Conor Leahy (cycling) stamped himself as a medal contender at his debut Commonwealth Games when he claimed his third consecutive national title in the individual pursuit in March defeating his childhood friend Oliver Bleddyn. In the process, he broke Jack Bobridge’s decade-old Australian record. Leahy then teamed up with Josh Duffy to win the Madison, a result the pair repeated at the Oceania Championships in March. The pair joined Graeme Frislie and James Moriarty to win the Oceania and Nations Cup team pursuit crowns. Leahy hails from Rockingham and attended Mandurah Catholic College. He joined the Peel District Cycling Club in 2014 and in 2017 won bronze in the individual pursuit at the Oceania Championships before defeating Lucas Plapp a year later in the final.
Sport / Discipline
Cycling - Track
Date of Birth
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