Ruby Roseman-Gannon (cycling) has made her first Commonwealth Games team off the back of a stellar Australian championship in 2022 where she won the criterium title and finished third in the road race. The BikeExchange-Jayco rider topped it off by finishing second on her world tour debut on stage 1 of the Setmana Ciclista Valenciana in Spain. Roseman-Gannon has grown up around cyclists. Her family lived down the road from Brunswick Velodrome in Melbourne and from age five her father Andrew took her to his club at the track. There she raced alongside fellow Commonwealth Games team member Lucas Plapp and Tokyo Olympian Sarah Gigante. By her early teens, Roseman-Gannon showed promise as both a track and road cyclist. When she was 16, she finished third in the criterium at the under-19 national championships before winning the under-23 title in 2019 and again in 2020. Midway through her neuroscience degree at the University of Melbourne, she was selected to join the Australian track cycling academy.
Sport / Discipline
Cycling - Road, Cycling - Track
Date of Birth
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