Track cyclists showcase fine form

A number of VIS athletes competed in the Victorian Senior Track Grand Prix championships over the weekend with several impressive performances.

VIS cyclists showcased their fine form at the Victorian Senior Track Grand Prix, held at DISC over the weekend.

Kell O’Brien won the 3km individual pursuit in the U19 men’s category with Thomas McDonald 2nd and Ryan Schilt 3rd.
 
Brit Jackson won the U19 women 500m TT and then placed 2nd in the combined women’s sprint.
 
Ryan Schilt won the 1km TT with Kell 2nd and Thomas McDonald 3rd.
 
John Cochrane won the Elite men’s sprint with Braeden Dean 2nd.
 
Conor Rowley qualified fastest in the U19 men’s sprint and placed 2nd in the final with Ryan 3rd.

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