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Maeve Plouffe

Maeve Plouffe (cycling) has a background in swimming and surf-lifesaving, Plouffe signed up for a Talent Identification Program when she was 13 with a view of becoming a rower. The data said she was a cyclist and although she was unsure of the move in 2015 within two years she was competing at the World Junior Track Cycling World Championships. Plouffe, a dual Australian-Canadian citizen, graduated to the national squad in 2019 where she competed in the World Cup in Brisbane before participating in her first World Championships in 2020 with a top 10 finish in the individual pursuit a highlight. She made her Olympic debut in Tokyo last year where she was a member of the team pursuit squad that finished fifth. The South Australian moved into the elite company this year claiming the Nations Cup title in Milton, Ontario in front of her Canadian family members, becoming the third rider to break the 3min20 sec barrier in the individual pursuit after USA’s Chloe Dygert and Germany’s Lisa Brennauer. She studied a double degree in law and marine biology at the University of Adelaide and rides with ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast team for which she won a stage of this year’s Tour Down Under.

Sport / Discipline

Cycling - Track

Birth Place

Randwick

Birth state

NSW

Date of Birth

08/07/1999

Age

23

Birmingham, 2022

Results History

GAMES SPORT / DISCIPLINE EVENT / PHASE OPPONENT PERFORMANCE RESULT MEDAL

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