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Kelland 0’Brien for men, Amber Plate for women

2023 a very good year for World Tour Team Jayco AlUla At the Australian Criterium Championships in Ballarat, Kelland O’Brien and Amber Pate became national champions.

On a short 1.1 kilometer circuit to be ridden several times, Jayco AlUla’s men’s team was outnumbered by Callum Scotson, Kelland O’Brien and sprinter Blake Quick. In the final kilometre, O’Brien took the lead and seemed to lead the sprint for Veloce but the latter remained behind his teammate.

Kelland O’Brien ” I can’t believe it. Scotton had a very good race. We wanted to make it tough and knew we had a strong sprinter to finish with Blake. I didn’t expect to win here. « »

It’s not just in the men’s event that Jayco AlUla does doubles. In the women’s field, victory went to Amber Pate, who was making her debut for the women’s team. She sprints in front of her teammate Alexandra Manly. Matilda Field completes the podium

Male ranking

1. O’Brien Kelland Team Jayco-AlUla in 58:26
2. Quick Blake Team Jayco-AlUla +00
3. Jones Taj Israel-Premier Tech +00
4. Jenner Samuel Team BridgeLane +00
5. Rees Brent Tandem Co & Attacker +00
6. Luke Daniel CCACHE x Par Küp + 00
7.Robotham Rhys Team BridgeLane +02
8. Cavanagh Ryan KINAN Racing Team +02
9. Scotson Callum Team Jayco-AlUla +27
10. Jensen Alpecin-Deceuninck plow + 05:00

Women’s ranking

1. Pate Amber Team Jayco-AlUla in 59:25
2. Manly Alexandra Team Jayco-AlUla +00
3. Matilda Roxsolt Liv SRAM + 00 Camp
4. Hosking Chloe Roxsolt Liv SRAM+00
5. Stewart Lucinda ARA Salta Capitale + 00
6. Roseman-Gannon Ruby Team Jayco-AlUla +00
7. Bennett Keely Team Bridgelane +00
8. Hanson Lauretta Trek-Segafredo +00
9. Sibley Ella Knights of Suburbia Racing +00
10. Raynolds Matilda St Kilda CC+00

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