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Chloe Hosking Wins Australian National Champion Criterium Title

Chloe Hosking Wins Australian National Champion Criterium Title

Chloe Hosking (Rally Cycling) won her first elite women's criterium title at the 2020 Australian Road Championships in Ballarat, Victoria, on Friday evening after overpowering 21-year-old Ruby Roseman-Gannon (Brunswick Cycling Club) and Mitchelton-Scott's Gracie Elvin in a bunch sprint.

Like the elite men and under-23 men's criteriums before the women's race, Hosking and her rivals had to contend with extremely wet and windy conditions, which forced the organisers to shorten the combined elite and under-23 women's event by 10 laps to 30 laps due to the impending lack of light.

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(Photo credit: Con Chronis / Zac Williams)




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