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James Moriarty

James Moriarty (cycling) is a key member of Australia’s team pursuit quartet that won the Oceania Championship in April and the Nations Cup title in May, James Moriarty is competing at his first Commonwealth Games.  He took up cycling aged 8 when he dabbled in triathlons with his neighbours. He competed on the road for two years before his mother allowed him to compete in the velodrome. Moriarty hails from the Balmoral Cycling Club in Brisbane and attended the Citipointe Christian College in Carindale where his mother Georgie taught. He announced himself by winning the Queensland under-17 road race and criterium crowns in 2017 as well as claiming third in the road race. His first international meet was cut short when he broke his collarbone on the eve of the World Junior Championships in 2018 but competed in 2019 where he finished fifth in the points race and eighth in the Madison.

Sport / Discipline

Cycling - Track

Birth Place

South Brisbane

Birth state

QLD

Date of Birth

07/06/2001

Age

21

Birmingham, 2022

Results History

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