Participants

Amy CURE

Amy CURE
    Cycling Track
Birth Date:  31 Dec 1992
Place of Birth:  BURNIE
Country of birth:  AUS
Age:  25
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  171
Weight (Kg):  59

Amy CURE - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Thu, 5 Apr 14:42
Women's 4000m Team Pursuit Qualifying
Finished
Thu, 5 Apr 19:37
Gold Medal Event Women's 4000m Team Pursuit Finals - Gold
Finished
Sat, 7 Apr 19:16
Gold Medal Event Women's 25km Points Race Finals
Finished
Sun, 8 Apr 20:24
Gold Medal Event Women's 10km Scratch Race Finals
Finished

Biographical Information


Highlights
Commonwealth Games
YearLocationEventRankResult
2014 Glasgow, SCO Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit 3 3:35.384
2014 Glasgow, SCO Women's Points Race 4 -
2014 Glasgow, SCO Women's Scratch 2 -

Olympic Games
YearLocationEventRankResult
2016 Rio de Janeiro, BRA Women's Team Pursuit 5 4:21.232

World Championships
YearLocationEventRankResult
2017 Hong Kong, CHN Women's Omnium 3 -
2017 Hong Kong, CHN Women's Points Race 11 -
2017 Hong Kong, CHN Women's Team Pursuit 2 4:19.830
2017 Hong Kong, CHN Women's Madison 3 -
2016 London, GBR Women's Team Pursuit 5 -
2015 Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, FRA Women's Scratch 2 -
2015 Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, FRA Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit 3 3:32.907
2015 Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, FRA Women's Team Pursuit 1 4:13.683
2014 Cali, COL Women's Points Race 1 -
2014 Cali, COL Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit 3 -
2014 Cali, COL Women's Team Pursuit 3 -
2013 Minsk, BLR Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit 2 3:40.685
2013 Minsk, BLR Women's Team Pursuit 2 3:19.913
2012 Melbourne, AUS Women's Points Race 10 -
2012 Melbourne, AUS Women's 3000m Individual Pursuit 4 3:33.642
2011 Apeldoorn, NED Women's Omnium 8 -
2011 Apeldoorn, NED Women's Team Pursuit 4 3:24.422

Nickname: Aims (cycling.org.au, 6 Mar 2017)
Hobbies

Going to the beach, family, friends and watching good movies (Facebook, 3 Oct 2017)


Occupation: Athlete (Twitter, 30 May 2017)
Languages spoken: English and Italian
Coach

PERSONAL: Matt GILMORE (AUS) (cycling.org.au, 6 Mar 2017)
NATIONAL: Jason BARTRAM (AUS) (cycling.org.au, 3 Oct 2017)


Sporting relatives

Sister Sarah IMMS (AUS) was a road and track cyclist. (theadvocate.com.au, 12 Aug 2016)


Other sports

A road cyclist, riding for team Wiggle High5. (wigglehighfive.com, 11 Oct 2016)


Injuries

Involved in a high-speed crash, three days before the Rio 2016 Olympics team pursuit campaign began. Battled hematomas, bruises and missing skin, but still managed to finish fifth. (examiner.com.au, 7 Feb 2017)


Reason: "I grew up on a farm and always loved riding my BMX bike. After seeing cycling close up at a local sports day, she decided to try racing." (bikemag.com.au, 12 May 2015)
Hero: Australian cyclists Anna MEARES and Shane PERKINS. (bikemag.com.au, 12 May 2015)
Additional information

COMMONWEALTH HISTORY
Competed in three events at Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Silver medallist in the scratch race, bronze medalist in the individual pursuit, and fourth in the points race. (amycure.com, 3 Oct 2017)


ACHIEVEMENTS
2015 team pursuit world champion.
2014 Female Track Rider of the Year.
2014 points race world champion.
2010 Australian Junior Female Cyclist of the Year, both track and road.
(cycling.org.au, 28 Mar 2011; cycling.org.au, 6 Mar 2017)


LIFE OVERSEAS
During the road season she lives in Antwerp, Belgium, with her fiance Anthony Pauwels. He is a physiotherapist and osteopath for the Belgian cycling team. (wigglehighfive.com, 11 Oct 2016)


HISTORY MAKING
The first cyclist in history to win World Championship medals in one meet, across six different events. (Twitter, 30 May 2017)


Social Media

Legend

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

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