Sam Fox (cycling) rising star of the Australian men’s team and has been competing at the national titles since he was 15. Hailing from Trevallyn, the Tasmanian started riding when he was three and first raced in a twilight criterium in nearby Launceston when he was eight. He won the Tasmanian all-school championship in 2016 and the following year pulled off a stunning victory in the Junior Oceania titles in Toowoomba. Fox’s first national title came last year when he claimed the U-23 crown not long after he finished second to Dan McConnell in the 100km Otway Odyssey. He will make his Commonwealth Games debut after a fourth placing at this year’s Oceania titles finishing behind McConnell and New Zealand duo Anton Cooper and Ben Oliver.
Sport / Discipline
Cycling - Mountain Bike, Cycling - Road
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