Working with a team that carries a rich history in cycling
We’re incredibly excited to be working with the Australian Cycling Team, treating athletes competing in the Women’s Track Endurance races at the 2022 Commonwealth Games taking place in Birmingham.
As one of the Australian Cycling Team’s dedicated massage therapists in the build-up to the games, Rhiannon is extremely proud to be working with a team and a country that carries a rich history in cycling.
World leaders at the Olympics and Commonwealth Games
With both the men’s and women’s teams boasting fifth place in the all-time olympic medal tables, the men’s team have recently brought home a brace of silver and bronze medals for Team Pursuit in the 2012, 2016 and 2020 olympics respectively. The women’s cycling team have also achieved a number of notable accolades over the years, and fans of the sport will no doubt remember Australia’s Anna Mears winning the gold medal in the 2012 London Olympics in the individual sprint.
The Commonwealth Games are no exception for the Australian Team, who have consistently been the best nation in cycling for every Commonwealth Games from 1978 to 2018 bar one (New Zealand, 1990). Australia currently top the all-time medal table for the Commonwealth Games, with a total of 232 medals won, followed by England who are currently in second place with 121.
Ones to watch at the 2022 Commonwealth Games
With Australia being ‘ones to watch’ again this year, Rhiannon is pleased to be working with athletes such as Georgia Baker, Sophie Edwards, Chloe Moran, Maeve Plouffe and Alyssa Polites.
We would like to wish the Australian Cycling Team the very best of luck at the Commonwealth Games, and we look forward to supporting you throughout the competition.