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5 Questions with Emily Petricola

November 13, 2018

Emily Petricola is a WC4 classified para-cyclist striving to make the Australian National Para-Cycling team for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. In 2007, following the sudden onset of numbness throughout her body, Emily was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. She was 27. Subsequent and frequent MS attacks severely impacted Emily’s sight and balance. Further debilitating symptoms she…

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11 November 2018 – SKCC Criterium Results – Remembrance Day

November 12, 2018

PLACEGETTERS SPRING/SUMMER 2018/2019 @REITHERALASTAIR   RACE DATE: 11 November 2018 VENUE: South Melbourne EVENT: SKCC Criterium NUMBER OF RIDERS: 212 WEATHER CONDITIONS: Fine and sunny A Grade Men - stage 1 (51 starters) 1. Liam Pino (Brunswick CC) 2. Ryan Schilt (International) 3. Henry Dietz (Brunswick CC) A Grade Men - stage 2 (51 starters) 1. Ryan Schilt (International) 2. Hal Hunter…

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5 Questions with Leann Jones

November 2, 2018

  At SKCC we are so very fortunate to have lots of amazing and motivating supporters and Leann is another of these, thank you Leann!!!  The club is thankful and grateful for your loyalty and leadership on the Tearaway Tuesday rides which is an incredibly popular ride amongst our members!  We wanted to share a…

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KOM Financial Advice Women’s Sprint Series

October 29, 2018

              Women's KOM Financial Advice sprint series Place Name Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 TOTAL 1 Faz Zamani 6 7 13 2 Peta Mullens 8 3 11 3 Matilda Raynolds 5 5 10 4 Fiona Clothier 7 2 9 5 Erika Gosney 7 1 8 6 Sarah Gigante…

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28 October 2018 – KOM Financial Advice Women’s Series – Race 1

October 29, 2018

PLACEGETTERS SPRING/SUMMER 2018/2019 RACE DATE: 28 October 2018 VENUE: South Melbourne EVENT: SKCC Criterium NUMBER OF RIDERS: WEATHER CONDITIONS: Fine and sunny A Grade Men (64 starters) 1. Conor Murtagh (Brunswick CC) 2. Ryan Schilt (International) 3. Jordan Villani (SKCC) A Grade Women (17 starters) 1. Peta Mullens (Bendigo CC) 2. Matilda Raynolds (SKCC) 3. Sarah Gigante (Brunswick CC) B…

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5 Questions with Helen Johnson

October 17, 2018

Helen and her husband have 3 children aged 11, 13 and 14 and Helen started cycling in 2013 or 2014 as a way to keep fit because running started to take its toll. Helen’s hubby also rides and was keen to join him on his bike! Helen found her way to SKCC in late 2016;…

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14 October 2018 – SKCC Criterium Results

October 17, 2018

PLACEGETTERS SPRING/SUMMER 2018/2019 James McPherson Photography   RACE DATE: 14 October 2018 VENUE: South Melbourne EVENT: SKCC Criterium NUMBER OF RIDERS: 224 WEATHER CONDITIONS: Fine and sunny A Grade (57 starters) 1. Rico Rogers (SKCC) 2. Ryan Schilt (Brunswick CC) 3. James Mowatt (SKCC) Women A (10 starters) 1. Matilda Raynolds (SKCC) 2. Ella Atkinson  (MCL) 3. Neve Bradbury (SKCC) B Grade…

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7 October 2018 – SKCC Crit Season Opener

October 7, 2018

PLACEGETTERS SPRING/SUMMER 2018/19 RACE DATE: 7 October 2018 VENUE: South Melbourne EVENT: SKCC Criterium NUMBER OF RIDERS: 181 WEATHER CONDITIONS: Fine and sunny A Grade (54 starters) 1. Henry Dietze (Brunswick Cycling Club) 2. Patrick Eddy (Bendigo & District CC) 3. Connor Sens (Bendio & District CC) Women A (7 starters) 1. Sarah Gigante (Brunswick Cycling Club) 2. Nicky St Clair…

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5 Questions with Yow Keat Tham

September 20, 2018

  Keat joined SKCC around the end of 2014 after signing up to do a sprint distance triathlon having not ever ridden a road bike!  A colleague of Keat’s was a member of SKCC and suggested he join the club to get some experience and to learn how to properly ride on the road. While…

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5 Questions with Matt Pringle

August 22, 2018

Matt was talked into riding, and then racing, by a close friend when he’d finished rowing and found running wasn’t an option anymore (medical term is cactus knees).  Matt can still remember his first race on the old SKCC criterium circuit when someone said simply, hold Kevin Ford’s wheel and don’t let go!!  Next was…

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