|Born||5 May 1996|
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2016||Attaque Team Gusto|
After joining the team for the 2018 season, Hindley made his debut for Team Sunweb at the 2018 Volta ao Algarve. In August 2018, he was named in the startlist for the Vuelta a España. In May 2019, he was named in the startlist for the 2019 Giro d'Italia.
Hindley started the 2020 season well by winning two stages and the general classification in the Herald Sun Tour in February. He started the Giro d'Italia in October. He moved up to third place on the general classification after finishing third on Stage 15. He won stage 18 which was considered the "Queen stage" crossing the Stelvio Pass. He moved up to second place overall after the stage and also took the lead in the young riders classification. He finished second to Tao Geoghegan Hart on the mountainous stage 20 to move into the overall lead with the same time as Geoghegan Hart. The final stage of the Giro was a 15.7 kilometre time trial. Hindley finished with a time 39 seconds slower than Geoghegan Hart, which meant Hindley finished the Giro in second place overall.
Hindley moved to the Bora–Hansgrohe team for the 2022 season. Early in the season he managed a top 5 finish in the 2022 Tirreno-Adriatico. Two months later he won his first Grand Tour, the Giro d'Italia. Hindley rode strongly during the first two weeks of the race and won stage 9, a high mountain stage. For the majority of the third week he stood in 2nd place, just a few seconds behind Richard Carapaz. On the penultimate mountain stage he was able to drop all of the GC contenders including Carapaz and ride himself into the lead with a comfortable margin going into the final ITT. For the second time in his career he rode the final ITT of the Giro d'Italia while wearing the Maglia Rosa, but this time he seized the moment and won the race. He is the first Australian to win the Giro and just the second Australian to win a grand tour, following Cadel Evans who won the Tour de France.
- Oceania Junior Road Championships
- 3rd Road race, Oceania Junior Road Championships
- 3rd Road race, National Junior Road Championships
- 10th Time trial, Oceania Under-23 Road Championships
- 1st GP Capodarco
- 2nd Overall An Post Rás
- 2nd Taiwan KOM Challenge
- 5th Overall Tour de l'Avenir
- 6th Flèche Ardennaise
- 1st Overall Toscana-Terra di Ciclismo
- 1st Mountains classification
- 1st Stage 1a (TTT)
- 1st Overall Tour of Fuzhou
- 1st Stage 4
- 2nd Overall Herald Sun Tour
- 2nd Trofeo Città di San Vendemiano
- 3rd Road race, Oceania Road Championships
- 3rd Overall Giro Ciclistico d'Italia
- 1st Stage 7
- 4th Overall Rhône-Alpes Isère Tour
- 4th Gran Premio Industrie del Marmo
- 9th Overall Tour Alsace
- 10th Overall Tour de l'Avenir
- 10th Gran Premio Palio del Recioto
- 2nd Overall Tour de Pologne
- 1st Overall Herald Sun Tour
- 2nd Overall Giro d'Italia
General classification results timelineEdit
|Grand Tour general classification results|
|Tour de France||—||—||—||—||—|
|Vuelta a España||32||—||—||—||—|
|Major stage race general classification results|
|Volta a Catalunya||71||—||NH||DNF||13|
|Tour of the Basque Country||—||—||—||—|
|Tour de Romandie||—||—||—||—|
|Critérium du Dauphiné||—||—||—||—|
|Tour de Suisse||—||—||NH||—|
|—||Did not compete|
|DNF||Did not finish|
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Team Sunweb today announced signing the Australian duo of Jai Hindley and Michael Storer, who will join the German WorldTour team in 2018.
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