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Joshua Duffy

Joshua Duffy (cycling) enjoyed a stellar national track championships in 2022 – winning the scratch race, time trial and the Madison (with Conor Leahy) – ahead of his Commonwealth Games debut in Birmingham where he won bronze as a member of the team pursuit. 

Before the Games, the rising star and powerful rider also teamed up with Leahy to claim the Oceania Madison crown and the pair were joined by Graeme Frislie and James Moriarty to win the continental team pursuit crown at the Nations Cup in Canada.  

Duffy was born in Brisbane but grew up in Tasmania, attending St Patrick’s College in Launceston where his year 9 maths teacher was his father Mike. He took up track cycling in 2014 after he was spotted by the Tasmanian Institute of Sport identification program.  As a 16-year-old, he shocked seasoned professionals to win the Devonport Wheel in 2016 and two years later claimed the first of consecutive Launceston Wheels.

The Launceston City Cycling Club member is based at the AIS Track Cycling academy in Adelaide where he is coached by Brett Aitken who won gold in the team pursuit and points race at the Victoria 1994 Commonwealth Games.

Sport / Discipline

Cycling - Track

Birth Place

South Brisbane

Birth state

QLD

Date of Birth

24/06/2000

Age

23

Birmingham, 2022

Results History

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