- Macey Stewart's interview after becoming the 2014 Time Trial World Champion at the UCI Road World Championships in Spain
- Campbell Flakemore, 2014 Under-23 Time Trial World Champion sitting in the hot seat at the UCI Road World Championships in Spain
- Lauren Perry and Macey Stewart, 2014 Junior World Champions in the teams pursuit (2nd and 3rd from left)
- Amy Cure in action in the 10km Scratch Race at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games
A National Training Centre program conducted by the Tasmanian Institute of Sport in partnership with Cycling Australia (CA) and Cycling Tasmania (CT).
Campbell Flakemore - 2014 World Under-23 Championships Time Trial highlights
Campbell Flakemore - Interview after becoming 2014 Under-23 Time Trial World Champion
Macey Stewart - 2014 World Junior Championships Time Trial highlights
Macey Stewart - Interview after becoming 2014 Junior Time Trial World Champion
Macey Stewart - 'In the starting gate' 2014
Lauren Perry - 'In the starting gate' 2014
Amy Cure - 'In the starting gate' 2014
Amy Cure - Winning the World Junior Scratch Race
To identify and develop talented Tasmanian cyclists through to competitive standards at an international level for Track and Road cycling.
TIS Silverdome complex, Launceston.
Caters for Track, Road, MTB* and BMX disciplines. The program provides access to coaching, equipment, sports science support, athlete career & education services, training camps and national and international competition.
* Will be assessed under TIS Individual Scholarship Program.
The cycling program operates under a specific selection criteria for Track and Road guided by Cycling Australia.
For a copy of the selection criteria, contact the Head Coach.
Scholarship period and standards are set on an individual basis by the TIS Head Coach. Cyclists are assessed continually on performances, results and potential to succeed at the international level.
New Scholarship Assessments:
Following major National and International cycling events potential new scholarships will be considered.
Some examples include;
- National Track Championships
- National Road Championships
- National BMX Championships
- National Road Series
- Oceania Championships
- UCI Events
OTHER TIS PROGRAMS:
Tas Pro Cycling Team Polygon:
A partnership has been formed until 2014 with Tas Pro Cycling, Team Polygon to provide a team structure for scholarship athletes to participate in National Road Series events (NRS) and other International events for both men and women.
TIS Cycling Emerging Talent Squad:
The TIS works closely with Cycling Tasmania and Cycling Australia to support an Emerging Talent Squad (ETS). The ETS is designed to support the development of junior athletes identified through the TIS Cycling Talent ID Program as well as via the cycling clubs within Tasmania.
The TIS Cycling ETS program has a two tier structure with tier one athletes receiving a TIS Emerging Talent Scholarship. The Emerging Talent Scholarship allows the athlete to access a higher level of support from within the TIS. To be rewarded a TIS Cycling Emerging Talent Scholarship (tier one ETS) Cycling ETS athletes must meet the below criteria.
TIS Emerging Talent Cycling Scholarship criteria:
- TIS Head Cycling Coach assessment on athlete's potential progress to full TIS Cycling Scholarship status within 12 months
- Athletes must show potential to progress toward the Cycling Australia Technical/Tactical Assessment criteria for their discipline
- Athletes must show the potential to reach the minimum Physical/Physiological Targets for emerging athletes as outlined in the Cycling Australia High Performance Selection Guidelines
- Athletes are expected to represent Tasmania and have demonstrated a strong individual performance at national championships and/or international events
- The athlete has demonstrated the core values of a potential high performance athlete
For further information regarding TIS Cycling ETS opportunities please contact Ronald.Bryan@tis.tas.gov.au