Graeme Frislie (cycling) cycled with his family but was inspired by the Tour de France to try his hand at racing. Growing up and attending school at Bacchus Marsh and Ballarat in regional Victoria, Frislie joined the Sebastopol Cycling Club in Ballarat and was soon winning local junior races. He moved to the Brunswick Cycling Club and credits his parents for driving him to Melbourne three-to-four times a week for training. He won silver in the omnium at the 2019 World Junior Championships before claiming the Australian under-23 criterium title in January just ahead of Australian teammate Josh Duffy. The pair were part of the quartet that won the Oceania and Nations Cup team pursuit titles this year. Frislie is coached in Adelaide by double Commonwealth Games gold medallist Brett Aitken.
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Cycling - Track
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