Participants

Chloe HOSKING

Chloe HOSKING
    Cycling Road
Birth Date:  01 Oct 1990
Place of Birth:  BENDIGO
Country of birth:  AUS
Age:  27
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  158
Weight (Kg):  57

Events and Medals


Sport Event Rank
CRD Cycling Road Women's Road Race 1 Gold

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Biographical Information


Highlights
Commonwealth Games
Year Location Race Rank
2014 Glasgow, SCO Road Race 26
2010 Delhi, IND Road Race 3

Olympic Games
Year Location Race Rank
2012 London, GBR Road Race OTL

World Championships
Year Location Race Rank
2017 Bergen, NOR Road Race 59
2016 Doha, QAT Road Race 7
2011 Copenhagen, DEN Road Race 6

Occupation: Athlete (chloehosking.wordpress.com, 26 Sep 2017)
Education: Communication online at Griffith University
Languages spoken: English
Coach

NATIONAL: Martin BARRAS (AUS) (cycling.org.au, 27 Sep 2017)


Injuries

Serious hand injury after a crash July 2015 which saw her season finish early. (wigglehighfive.com, 26 Sep 2017)


Reason: "When I was 12, shin splints brought me to cycling. Dad was an enthusiastic club cyclist and my sister and I would go and watch him race almost every weekend. When I got injured playing field hockey, I asked my dad if he could set me up on a bike; and as the saying goes, the rest is history." (chloehosking.wordpress.com, 26 Sep 2017)
Additional information

DECISION APPEAL
Cycling Australia only selected five female riders for the 2017 Road World Championships in Bergen, Norway, instead of a full team of seven. Despite being the top-ranked Australian rider, she was not selected and appealed the decision with fellow rider Rachel NEYLAN (AUS). An independent panel overturned the decision and both riders competed at the World Championships. (canberratimes.com.au, 14 Sep 2017)


ACHIEVEMENTS
First Australian woman to win on cycling's biggest stage in Paris, when she claimed victory in the 2016 La Course by Le Tour de France. (sbs.com.au, 25 Jul 2016)


COMMONWEALTH HISTORY
Enjoyed a successful Commonwealth Games debut, taking the bronze medal in the road race at Delhi 2010. (d2010results.thecgf.com, 27 Sep 2017) Four years later, could only finish 26th in the road race at Glasgow 2014. (g2014results.thecgf.com, 27 Sep 2017)


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Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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