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Victoria Williamson

Revised: June 2018

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About Victoria

At the age of 15, Victoria made the switch from athletics to cycling after one of her athletics coaches suggested her attributes were better suited to a different sport.

After producing some good results on power tests, Victoria was put on the Girls4Gold scheme – a female talent search which aimed to find female athletes with Olympic potential. From there, Victoria was accepting onto British Cycling’s Olympic Development Programme, progressing along the pathway onto the Academy Programme in 2011.

February 2013 marked Vicky's first elite UCI Track Cycling World Championships where she was paired up with Becky James in the team sprint - an impressive performance from the young duo saw them win the bronze medal.

Vicky was selected to ride at the UCI Track World Cup in Manchester in November 2013, and this time the pairing with Becky James saw the duo take the silver medal behind Germany.

Vicky also won a bronze medal in the team sprint at the world Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico - this time with first-year Academy rider Danni Khan who was making her world cup debut.

At the Under-23 European Track Championships, Vicky won silver in the team sprint and bronze in the sprint.

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Selected Career Highlights to Date


UEC Under-23 and Junior European Track Championships, Athens (Greece)
Silver, Team sprint
Bronze, Sprint


UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Guadalajara (Mexico)
Bronze, Team sprint


UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Manchester (UK)
Silver, Team sprint

UCI Track Cycling World Championships, Minsk (Belarus)
Bronze, Team sprint


UCI Track Cycling Junior World Championships, Moscow (Russia)
Silver, 500m time trial
Bronze, Sprint

UEC U23 European Track Championships, Anadia (Portugal)
Silver, 500m time trial


UEC U23 European Track Championships, St Petersburg (Russia)
Silver, Team sprint
Silver, Sprint (junior)
Silver, Keirin (junior)