18 Welsh cyclists confirmed in the Great Britain Cycling Team squad for 2014/15

18 Welsh cyclists confirmed in the Great Britain Cycling Team squad for 2014/15

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18 Welsh athletes confirmed as part of the Great Britain Cycling Team squad for 2014/15 as announced by British Cycling today.

Shane Sutton OBE, technical director for British Cycling, said: “Following on from the recent Academy programme intake announcement I’m pleased that we have been able to confirm the full squad for the 2014/15 period.

“The podium programme is looking in a healthy position with just under two years to go until Rio 2016 and I’m happy to see Katie Archibald, Tre Whyte, Kyle Evans and Grant Ferguson graduate to the podium programme, all of whom impressed with their results from last season. It’s also good to have the additions of Ciara Horne and Mark Christian to the squad which enforces our policy that the door is never closed to talented riders.

“The women’s academy endurance programme is beginning to take shape now and, under the guidance of coach Darren Tudor at the Newport velodrome, the riders are really starting to develop with the ultimate aim of feeding into the elite squads. Amy Roberts, who recently moved up to Manchester to train with the podium riders, is an outstanding example of this. I’m also encouraged that we can continue to support young female riders with a road focus, such as Lucy Garner and Anna Christian, who both made selection for the elite road world championships this year.

“In addition to the coaching structure changes which have previously been communicated, I’m pleased to welcome Julian Winn back to the team as the interim mountain bike coach.

“On the para-cycling squad, Jon Gildea plus the tandem pairing of Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby step up to the podium programme. We have also appointed Jon Pett, formerly the programme manager at the English Table Tennis Association, as the para-cycling programmes manager to lead the team into Rio.

“Looking further down the pathway, the Olympic Development Programme has accepted 42 riders for this funding year and the newly-created Olympic Development Apprentice scheme, which will be fully operational by the end of the year, has 83 riders identified to be accepted as apprentices which should provide us with a healthy pool of talent looking beyond Rio.”

Olympic Podium Programme

BMX

Kyle Evans
Liam Phillips
Tre Whyte

Mountain Bike
Grant Ferguson
Annie Last

Men’s Track Sprint
Matt Crampton
Kian Emadi
Phil Hindes
Jason Kenny
Lewis Oliva
Callum Skinner

Women’s Track Sprint
Becky James
Katy Marchant
Jess Varnish
Victoria Williamson

Men’s Track Endurance
Steve Burke
Mark Christian
Ed Clancy
Owain Doull
Jon Dibben
Andy Tennant

Women’s Track Endurance
Katie Archibald
Elinor Barker
Ciara Horne
Joanna Rowsell
Laura Trott

Men’s Road
Mark Cavendish
Steve Cummings
Alex Dowsett
Andy Fenn
Chris Froome
Pete Kennaugh
Luke Rowe
Ian Stannard
Ben Swift
Geraint Thomas
Sir Bradley Wiggins
Adam Yates
Simon Yates

Women’s Road
Lizzie Armitstead
Hannah Barnes

Paralympic Podium Programme
Steve Bate
Jody Cundy
Karen Darke
Adam Duggleby
Neil Fachie
John Gildea
Corrine Hall
Rachel James
Crystal Lane
Craig MacLean
Pete Mitchell
Helen Scott
David Stone
Dame Sarah Storey
Lauryn Therin
Sophie Thornhill
Lora Turnham

Olympic Academy Programme

BMX
Charlotte Green
Quillan Isodore

Mountain Bike
Alice Barnes
Beth Crumpton
Iain Paton
Mike Thompson

Track Sprint
Danni Khan
Rosie Blount

Women’s Endurance
Anna Christian
Lucy Garner
Emily Kay
Manon Lloyd
Emily Nelson
Amy Roberts

Men’s Endurance
Germain Burton
Gabriel Cullaigh
Scott Davies
Matt Gibson
Jake Kelly
Chris Latham
Chris Lawless
Mark Stewart
Oliver Wood

Paralympic Academy Programme
Brian Alldis
Megan Giglia
Simon Price
David Smith
Jaco van Gass

Olympic Development Programme

BMX
Ryan Hutchinson
Eddie Moore
Wilfred Njuguna
Blaine Ridge Davis
Paddy Sharrock
Bethany Shriever

Mountain Bike
Frazer Clacherty
Ella Conolly
Thomas Craig
William Gascoyne
Ffion James
Mark McGuire
Evie Richards
Daniel Tulett
Emily Wadsworth

Track Sprint
Lauren Bate-Lowe
Sophie Capewell
Alex Jolliffe
Frank Longstaff
Jack Plumley
Tom Scammell
Joseph Truman
Hamish Turnbull

Men’s Endurance
Rhys Britton
Matthew Bostock
Seb Dickens
Nathan Draper
Joseph Fry
Ethan Hayter
Joe Holt
Joey Walker
Matthew Walls
Reece Wood
Fred Wright

Women’s Endurance
Megan Barker       
Abigail Dentus
Eleanor Dickinson
Grace Garner
Elizabeth Holden
Abby-Mae Parkinson
Rebecca Raybould
Jessica Roberts

Paralympic Development Programme
Steve Arnold
Jennifer Browning
Hannah Dines
Hannah Hunt
Sally Hurst
Louis Rolfe
Elizabeth Saul
Caroline Wareing

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