|Full name||Gary Sutton|
27 March 1955 |
Moree, New South Wales, Australia
|Discipline||Track & Road|
|1982||Termolan - Galli|
|1983||Termolan - Galli - Ciocc|
|1984||Clarence St. Cyclery|
|1985||Spenco - Gazelle|
|1989||PMS - Falcon|
Commonwealth Games Team Pursuit Gold Medal - 1978.Amateur World Points Race Champion - 1980.
Gary Sutton (born 27 March 1955) is a cycling coach and a former professional racing cyclist. In 1980, Sutton became the amateur World Champion in the Points Race.
Sutton was born in Moree, New South Wales. He competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics and the 1980 Summer Olympics. He was one of the four men to win gold for Australia at the 1978 Commonwealth Games along with his brother, Shane Sutton, who has worked as National Technical Director for British Cycling. Gary is also the father of Christopher Sutton, a professional racing cyclist.
After retiring from competition, Sutton became a coach, spending 26 years as a national coach with Cycling Australia. In May 2017, it was announced that Cycling Australia would not renew the contract for his position as women's endurance coach beyond the end of June. In August of the same year, USA Cycling announced that Sutton had been appointed as their track endurance head coach.
- 3rd Pursuit, Commonwealth Games
- 1st Prologue, GP Wilhelm Tell
- 1st Amateur Points Race 1980 Track Cycling World Championships
- 1st Herald Sun Tour
- 1st Stage 3, Yorkshire Classic (Harrogate)
- 1st Whitby
- 4th Newport, East Riding of Yorkshire
- 5th Yorkshire Classic (Harrogate)
- "Garry Sutton Olympic Results". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 1 August 2015. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
- Woodpower, Zeb (18 May 2017). "Gary Sutton let go from Cycling Australia coaching role". cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 4 March 2018.
- "USA Cycling announce Gary Sutton as head track endurance coach". cyclingnews.com. 22 August 2018. Retrieved 4 March 2018.
- "Goulburn to Sydney - Professional" (PDF). Cycling NSW.