43 Aussies set to take on the World

Australia will have 43 representatives when the 2019 UCI MTB World Championships kick off on 28 August.


This year’s Championship will be held in Mont Sainte-Anne, Canada with over 700 riders expected to converge on the Quebecois city.


11-time national champion Tracey Hannah headlines the team having already claimed two World Cup wins this season and leads the standings in the women's downhill category after five rounds.



She’ll be aiming to build on her Bronze medal performance at the 2017 Championships.


She is joined by fellow downhill racer Troy Brosnan who will be aiming to return to the podium at a World Championships for the first time in five years.



Riders List


Cross-Country Women: Holly Harris (Elite) Rebecca McConnell (Elite); Katherine Hosking

(U23); Sarah Tucknott (U23); Megan Williams (U23); Zoe Cuthbert (Junior); Holly Lubcke

(Junior); Phoebe Thompson (Junior); Emily Wooster (Junior).


Cross-Country Men: Cameron Ivory (Elite); Sebastian Jayne (Elite); Daniel McConnell

(Elite); Reece Tucknott (Elite); Luke Brame (U23); Callum Carson (U23); Matthew Dinham

(U23); Cameron Wright (U23); Piper Albrecht (Junior); Nick Chisholm (Junior); Zach Larsson

(Junior); Cooper Jessen (Junior); Liam Johnston (Junior); Domenic Paolilli (Junior); Corey

Smith (Junior).


Downhill Men: Troy Brosnan (Elite); Dean Lucas (Elite); Connor Fearon (Elite); Jackson

Frew (Elite); Michael Hannah (Elite); Jack Moir (Elite); Ben Zwar (Elite); Oliver Zwar (Elite);

Darcy Coutts (Elite - Reserve); Kye A'Hern (Junior); Will Arblaster (Junior); Joshua Arcus

(Junior); Ethan Corney (Junior); Cooper Downey (Junior); Luke Meier-Smith (Junior); Jaxon

Sawyer (Junior).


Downhill Women: Sian A'Hern (Elite); Danielle Beecroft (Elite); Tracey Hannah (Elite);

Cassie Voysey (Junior).


Images courtesy Matt Rousu Photography.


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