Int. Achievements

Outstanding International Achievements

 

We congratulate our Club members for their outstanding international achievements:

Robbie McEwen:

Tour de France:  Green Jersey 2002, 2004, 2006
Tour de France:  12 Stage wins.
Giro d’Italia:   12 Stage wins.
Tour Down Under:  14 Stage wins
Australian Champion:  2002, 2005

Awarded the Gold Coast Cycling Club's Medal of Honour for Oustanding International Achievements (2011)

 

 

Sara Carrigan OAM:

Olympic Games 2004: Gold medal (Road Race)
Australian Female Road Cyclist of the Year: 2002, 2003 and 2004.

Awarded the Gold Coast Cycling Club's Medal of Honour for Oustanding International Achievements (2011)

 

Darren Smith:

Olympic Games 1992: 16th place (Road Race)
Tour of Sweden 1992:  3rd
Tour de Spain Velta Vizcaya Bira 1992: 1st U23 rider, 2nd Overall 

Awarded the Gold Coast Cycling Club's Medal of Honour for Oustanding International Achievements (2011) and presented posthumously to Darren's father.

 

 

Danny Clark OAM:

4 times World Track Champion.  Between 1968 and 1973, won 13 individual National track championships (he was the Australian champion 32 times during his career).

Silver Medal 1970 Edinburgh Commonwealth Games and Silver Medal 1972 Olympic Games.

Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 1986 in recognition of his service to cycling.

International Omnium Classic winner 1987.

Awarded the Gold Coast Cycling Club's Medal of Honour for Oustanding International Achievements (2015)

 

Ken Mitchell:

Tour de France:  1955

Champion of Great Britain:  1953
2010:  Cycling Queensland's CEO Award for Outstanding Contribution to Queensland Cycling

Awarded the Gold Coast Cycling Club's Medal of Honour for Oustanding International Achievements (2011)

 

 

Steve Rooney:

Australian TT Champion: 1985 
4th Commonwealth Games: 1986
2nd Oceanic Games: 1986 
16th World Championships: 1987 
1st Australian Champion Crit (100km): 1989
13 Tours of New Caledonia 
6 Queensland Championships (Road & Track)
7 Race Wins in France

 

Katrin Garfoot:

1st Time Trial Oceania Championships, QLD: 2015
1st Stage 3 Women's Tour of New Zealand: 2015
2nd Stage 1 (TTT) Women's Tour of New Zealand: 2015
3rd Road Race Oceania Championships, QLD: 2015 
Bronze medal ITT Commonwealth Games, Scotland: 2014
2nd overall Gracia Orlova, CZE: 2014
3rd Chrono Champenois (ITT), France: 2014
1st Road Race Oceania Championships, AUS: 2013

 

 

 

Watch this space for the Gold Coast Cycling Club's Medal of Honour for Oustanding International Achievements (to be presented in February 2016)