Rochelle Gilmore

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Rochelle Gilmore
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Rochelle Gilmore in 2010
Personal information
Full name Rochelle Gilmore
Born (1981-12-14) 14 December 1981 (age 35)
Sutherland, New South Wales, Australia
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road & Track
Role Rider
Rider type Endurance
Professional team(s)
2001 Autotrader.com[1]
2003 Ausra Gruodis Safi
2004 Team S.A.T.S.
2005–2006 Safi – Pasta Zara – Manhattan
2007–2008 Menikini – Selle Italia – Gysko
2009 HP-Teschner
2009–2011 Lotto Ladies Team
2012 Faren-Honda Team
2013–2015 Wiggle–Honda

Rochelle Gilmore (born 14 December 1981 in Sutherland, New South Wales) is an Australian former racing cyclist currently living in Italy. She is the owner and manager of Wiggle High5.[2][3][4]

Gilmore previously rode for G.S. Safi-Pasta Zara-Manhattan. She splits her time between the road circuit and the track World Cup. In 2006, she won a stage at the Geelong Women's Tour, took second in the Commonwealth Games points race (behind teammate Kate Bates), and earned top five finishes in a Giro d'Italia Femminile stage, the Geelong World Cup, and the Liberty Classic. Gilmore is often referred to in the media as the 'bridesmaid', as she constantly finished runner-up in many events. In the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, she broke the jinx and won the gold medal in the 112 km Road bicycle racing event. After her retirement she said she felt she achieved her maximum potential during her career through hard work and extensive preparation.[5]

In her teens she competed in Track Cycling (Velodrome) but has specialised in road racing for more than 10 years.

In addition to founding Wiggle-Honda, in January 2015 Gilmore announced the launch of the High5 Dream Team, an Australian women's team competing in Australia's National Road Series aiming to help riders progress to road racing in Europe and to fill a gap created by Cycling Australia suspending its women's development programme due to financial problems.[6]

In a blogpost for cyclingnews.com in November 2015 Gilmore announced that she had retired from competition.[5]

Palmarès[edit]

Gilmore wearing her Team Honda kit at the Jayco Bay Cycling Classic in 2010
2014 – Wiggle Honda 2014 season
2013 – Wiggle Honda 2013 season
7th Overall Bay Classic Series[7]
8th Overall Santos Women's Cup[8]
2012
2nd Grand Prix cycliste de Gatineau[9]
2nd Liberty Classic[10]
4th Overall Bay Classic Series[11]
5th Overall Tour of Chongming Island[12]
5th Tour of Chongming Island World Cup[13]
5th Noosa Criterium[14]
2011
1st Overall GC Jayco Bay Classic (VIC)
1st Stage 1 Jayco Bay Classic (VIC)
1st Stage 3 Jayco Bay Classic (VIC)
2nd Stage 4 Jayco Bay Classic (VIC)
3rd Ronde van Gelderland (NED)
4th Stage 1 Giro del Trentino Alto Adige – Sudtirol (ITA)
4th GP Stad Roeslare (BEL)
4th Elite Road Race Oceania Road Championships (VIC)
5th Stage 1 Energiewacht Tour (NED)
5th Stage 4 Energiewacht Tour (NED)
6th Stage 1 Tour of Chongming Island (CHN)
6th Stage 2 Jayco Bay Classic (VIC)
8th Tour of Chongming Island World Cup (CHN)
8th Stage 3 Tour of Chongming Island (CHN)
9th Drentse 8 van Dwingeloo (NED)
11th Elite Criterium Cycling Australia Road National Championships (VIC)
12th Stage 1 Giro dÍtalia Internazionale Femminile (ITA)
2010
1st Road Race Commonwealth Games
2nd 2010 Ronde van Gelderland (NED)
2nd Omloop van Borsele (NED)
3rd Tour of Chongming Island UCI Women's Road World Cup,(CHN)
3rd Stage 2 Tour of Chongming Island (CHN)
3rd Stage 3 Tour of Chongming Island (CHN)
4th Stage 1 Tour of Chongming Island (CHN)
6th Stage 1 Holland Ladies Tour (NED)
9th Stage 2 Holland Ladies Tour (NED)
10th Omloop Door Middag-Humsterland
2009 – Lotto-Belisol Ladiesteam 2009 season
1st Stage 1, Tour of New Zealand, Wellington (NZL)
1st Stage 2, Tour of New Zealand, Wellington (NZL)
2008
2nd Stage 4, Tour of New Zealand, Wellington (NZL)
3rd Drentse 8 van Dwingeloo, Dwingeloo (NED)
2nd GP Liberazione (ITA)
2nd Gran Premio Comune di Fabricco (ITA)
3rd Stage 1, Le Tour du Grand Montréal, Châteauguay (CAN)
3rd Stage 4, Le Tour du Grand Montréal, Petite-Italie (CAN)
1st Stage 1, Tour de Prince Edward Island, Summerside (CAN)
1st Stage 3, Tour de Prince Edward Island, North Rustico (CAN)
2nd Stage 4, Tour de Prince Edward Island, Stratford (CAN)
1st Stage 5, Tour de Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown (CAN)
3rd Stage 3, Giro d'Italia Femminile, Alt. Malalbergo (ITA)
1st Sparkassen Giro , Criterium (GER)
2nd Sparkassen Giro Bochum, Bocum (GER)
1st Maastricht, Omnium (NED)
2nd Stage 1, Trophée d'Or Féminin, Mehun-sur-Yèvre (FRA)
2nd Stage 3, Trophée d'Or Féminin, Saint-Amand (FRA)
2007
3rd Scratch, Australian National Track Championships, U23
2nd Stage 2, Geelong Tour, Portarlington (AUS)
3rd Stage 3, Geelong Tour, Lara (AUS)
2nd Stage 4, Geelong Tour, Barwon Heads (AUS)
2nd Gran Prix International Dottignies (BEL)
2nd Drentse 8 van Dwingeloo, Dwingeloo (NED)
2nd Stage 1, Tour de Prince Edward Island, Summerside (CAN)
2nd Stage 5, Tour de Prince Edward Island (CAN)
2nd Stage 4, Giro d'Italia Femminile, Novara (ITA)
3rd Stage 6, Giro d'Italia Femminile, Cornaredo (ITA)
2nd Stage 7, Giro d'Italia Femminile, Ceriano Laghetto/Cogliate (ITA)
3rd Stage 3, Thüringen-Rundfahrt der Frauen, Greiz (GER)
1st Stage 1, Route de France Féminine, Neufchatel en Bray (FRA)
1st Oceania Cycling Championships, Road, Invercargill (NZL)
2006
1st Stage 2, Geelong Tour, Portarlington (AUS)
2nd Points race, 2006 Commonwealth Games
3rd Stage 9, Giro d'Italia Femminile, Abbiategrasso (ITA)
2005
2nd Scratch, Australian National Track Championships, U23
3rd Points race, Australian National Track Championships
1st Sydney, Points race (AUS)
2nd Stage 3, Geelong Tour, Barwon Heads (AUS)
1st Geelong Women's World Cup, Geelong (AUS)
2nd Gran Premio della Liberazione
3rd Stage 1b, Le Tour du Grand Montréal, Petite Italie (CAN)
2nd Rund um die Nürnberger Altstadt (GER)
2nd Stage 3a, Giro della Toscana Int. Femminile, Cantagrillo (ITA)
1st Points race, Oceania Games, Wanganui
3rd Scratch, Oceania Games, Wanganui
2004
1st Stage 4, Bay Classic, Geelong – Botanic Gardens (AUS)
3rd Stage 2, Geelong Tour (AUS)
2nd Stage 3, Geelong Tour (AUS)
3rd Stage 1, Vuelta Castilla y Leon, Valladolid (ESP)
2nd Manchester, Scratch (GBR)
2003
2nd Scratch, UCI Track Cycling World Championships
1st Stage 8, Giro d'Italia Femminile (ITA)
1st Stage 1, Geelong Tour, Rye (AUS)
3rd Primavera Rosa (ITA)
2nd Sydney, Scratch (AUS)
3rd Tjejtrampet (SWE)
3rd Sparkassen Giro Bochum (GER)
2nd Stage 2, Holland Ladies Tour (NED)
2002
2nd Scratch, UCI Track Cycling World Championships
3rd Stage 1, Bay Classic, Rye (AUS)
1st Stage 2, Bay Classic, Barwon Heads (AUS)
2nd Stage 3, Bay Classic, Geelong (AUS)
1st Stage 4, Bay Classic, Port Arlington (AUS)
1st General Classification Bay Classic (AUS)
2nd Moscou, Scratch (RUS)
2nd Canberra Women's Classic, Canberra (AUS)
3rd Stage 4, Tour de Snowy (AUS)
1st Stage 5, Tour de Snowy (AUS)
1st Stage 5, Tour de Snowy (AUS)
1st Sydney, Team Sprint (AUS); (with Rosealee Hubbard & Kerrie Meares)
2nd Points race, 2002 Commonwealth Games
2001
3rd Stage 2, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Féminin (FRA)
1st Stage 2, part b Giro d'Italia Donne (ITA)
3rd Canberra Women's Classic, Canberra (AUS)
1st GP Carnevale d'Europa (ITA)
2000:1st Points Race Qantas Cup (NSW)
1st Derby Qantas Cup (NSW)
1st Elimination Qantas Cup (NSW)
1st Elimination Qantas Cup (WA)
2nd Points Race Track World Cup (MAS)
2nd Scratch Race Qantas Cup (NSW)
2nd Points Race Qantas Cup (WA)
3rd Scratch Race Australian Titles (NSW)
4th Scratch Race Oceania Titles (AUS)
4th Points Race Australian Titles (NSW)
4th Sprint Qantas Cup (WA)
5th Sprint Australian Titles (NSW)
6th Time Trial Australian Titles (NSW)
7th Flying 200m Australian Titles (NSW)
9th Points Race Track World Cup (ITA)
18th National Road Series
1999
Australia1st U19 Scratch Race Australian Titles (WA)
Australia1st U19 Points Race Australian Titles (WA)
2nd Points race, UCI Track Cycling World Championships, Juniors (GRE)
3rd U19 Points race, Oceania Games, Sydney (AUS)
3rd U19 Time Trial Australian Titles Perth (WA)
3rd U19 Sprint Australian Titles Perth (WA)
3rd U19 Flying 200m Australian Titles Perth (WA)
20th Road Race World Junior Titles

References[edit]

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  6. ^ "New Australian women's cycling team High5 Dream Team launched". theguardian.com. 9 January 2015. Retrieved 1 December 2015. 
  7. ^ Aubrey, Jane (3 January 2013). "Ewan secures Mitchelton Bay Cycle Classic title". cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 27 September 2014. 
  8. ^ "2013 Santos Women's Cup" (PDF). Cycling Australia. Retrieved 27 September 2014. 
  9. ^ "Teutenberg wins Grand Prix cycliste de Gatineau". cyclingnews.com. 21 May 2012. Retrieved 27 September 2014. 
  10. ^ Hymas, Peter (3 June 2012). "Teutenberg wins Liberty Classic for fifth time". cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 27 September 2014. 
  11. ^ Aubrey, Jane (4 January 2012). "Hoskins holds on to final day lead to celebrate a deserved overall win". cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 27 September 2014. 
  12. ^ "Hoskins wins final stage to secure overall victory". cyclingnews.com. 12 May 2012. Retrieved 27 August 2014. 
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  14. ^ "McEwen wins Noosa Criterium". Cycling Central. 4 November 2012. Retrieved 27 September 2014. 

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