Stephen Hodge (cyclist)

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Stephen Hodge
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Born (1961-07-18) 18 July 1961 (age 57)
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Stephen Hodge (born 18 July 1961)[1] is an Australian former cyclist. He was a professional between 1987 and 1996.


After retirement, he became Vice President of Cycling Australia.[2] Hodge was a Founding Member and a Board member of the Amy Gillett Foundation.[3]


In 2012, in wake of the Lance Armstrong doping allegations he admitted that he doped during his professional career, and stepped down from his position with Cycling Australia.[4]