Caitlin Ward (cycling) act as a pilot for Jess in the para-cycling sprint and time trial events in Birmingham, and last represented Australia at the 2019 UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Brisbane before narrowly missing selection for the Tokyo Olympics. She suffered a series of major injuries between 2015 and 2018 – including glandular fever and a broken ankle, before winning the women’s sprint and keirin at the national titles in 2019, beating Kaarle McCulloch. More recently, she took bronze in the team sprint with Victoria at the 2022 nationals and was fourth in the women’s 500m time trial. Caitlin, who hails from Mount Eliza on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, became keen on cycling after doing the Great Victorian Bike Ride when she was in grade 5 in primary school. She has a Bachelor of Human Movement from the University of South Australia.
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Cycling - Track
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