Matthew Glaetzer (born 24 August 1992) is an Australian track cyclist.
|Born||24 August 1992|
Adelaide, South Australia
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Weight||86 kg (190 lb)|
|2016||Olympic Games||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||4th||Men's sprint||Lost bronze medal final to Denis Dmitriev|
|10th||Men's keirin||Came 4th in 7–12 final|
|4th||Men's team sprint||Lost bronze medal final to France|
Glaetzer is a Christian. He stated that he has been a Christian all his life, but drifted from God during his teens due to injuries. He rededicated his life to God a camp run by his local church. He also said God gave him the gift of cycling. Glaetzer leads a youth group at Influencers Church in Paradise, Adelaide.
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