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WOOD Oenone

Nationality Australia Flag AUS Australia
Birth Date 24/09/1980
Gender Women
Height (m / in) 1.58/5'2''
Weight (kg / lbs) 54/119
Events Inscribed   Cycling Road Women's Individual Time Trial
Cycling Road Women's Road Race
Medals Won GOLD Medal GOLD -  Women's Individual Time Trial
SILVER Medal SILVER -  Women's Road Race

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
21 Mar
BRC Women's Individual Time Trial
Australia Flag AUS  - WOOD Oenone (1) 37:40:87 Completed
26 Mar
BOT Women's Road Race
Australia Flag AUS  - WOOD Oenone (2) 2:59:13 Completed

Place Of Birth Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Residence Canberra, New South Wales, Australia and Novellara, Italy
Occupation Athlete/Disability Support Worker
International Debut 2003 (World Road Championships, Canada)
Coach Warren McDonald (AIS women's coach)
Club Canberra Cycling Club (Australia) and Equipe Nurnberger Versicherung
Recent Results 2006 Australian Open Road Championships (Adelaide, South Australia, 14-Jan-2006)
3rd in the Road Race (2:46.45)
5th in the Road Time Trial (42:42.71)

UCI Road Race World Championships (Madrid, Spain, 24-Sep-2005)
3rd in the Road Race (3:08.52)
14th in the Road Time Trial (30:51.230)
Games History
has not competed
Games History
Athens 2004
4th in the Road Race (3:25.03)
6th in the Road Time Trial (32:16.00)
Other Oenone was late to cycling, not taking the sport up competitively until 2001. She had an impressive first year, bursting into the cycling world with a fourth place in the road race at the Australian Championships. By 2002 she was racing in Europe with the Australian Institute of Sport Squad, and by 2003 she had been awarded a full AIS scholarship.

So far she has been the 2004 and 2005 World Cup Champion, a 2004 Athens Olympic Games representative, a 2004 Australian Road Champion and the 2004 and 2005 Australian Time Trial Champion.

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