Donohoe & Cooke crowned para-cyclists of the year

Alistair Donohoe and Carol Cooke have been named the elite para-cyclists of the year at the 2015 Cycling Australia Awards on Friday night.

VIS para-cyclist Alistair Donohoe has been named the male elite para-cyclist of the year for the second year in a row at the 2015 Cycling Australia Awards on Friday night.

Donohoe defended his road race rainbow jersey and won a second world title in the scratch race on the track.  He also claimed silver in the road time trial and track individual pursuit and 1km time trial.

The Female Elite Para-Cyclist of the year award was presented to fellow VIS athlete Carol Cooke, who also claimed the award in 2013. This year Carol won her third consecutive time trial world title and collected silver in the road race, as well as winning four World Cup gold

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