Scott Sunderland (cyclist, born 1988)

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Scott Sunderland (born 16 March 1988) is an Australian professional racing cyclist, who last rode for UCI Continental team Bennelong SwissWellness Cycling Team.

Scott Sunderland
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Scott Sunderland
Personal information
Full nameScott Sunderland
NicknameScotty, Sundo[1]
Born (1988-03-16) 16 March 1988 (age 32)
Busselton, Western Australia
Height178 cm (5 ft 10 in)[2]
Weight92 kg (203 lb; 14.5 st)[2]
Team information
DisciplineRoad
RoleRider
Rider typeSprinter
Professional teams
2007Toshiba Australia[3]
2009Team Toshiba[3]
2011Team Jayco–AIS[3]
2015Team Budget Forklifts
2016Team Illuminate
2017–2018IsoWhey Sports SwissWellness

Sunderland has represented Australia at the World Cup events including at Los Angeles in 2008, where he won the 1 km time trial[4] and at Manchester in 2009.[5] He is an Australian Institute of Sport[6] and Western Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder. His aunt, Jenny Sunderland, competed at the 1972 Munich Olympics in gymnastics.[6]

CareerEdit

At the 2012 Summer Olympics he was part of the Australian men's sprint team that finished 4th.[7] In August 2013 it was announced that Sunderland would switch from the Australian track cycling team's sprint programme to the endurance squad.[8] He won the men's 1000 m time trial at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.[9]

In November 2014 Sunderland was announced as part of the Team Budget Forklifts line-up for 2015 alongside fellow members of the Australian endurance track squad Luke Davison, Glenn O'Shea, Jack Bobridge and Mitchel Mulhearn, riding a domestic programme with a focus on achieving success on the track at the 2016 Summer Olympics.[10] In December 2016 he was announced as part of the IsoWhey Sports SwissWellness squad for the 2017 season.[11]

Major resultsEdit

TrackEdit

2003
National Novice Track Championships
1st   500m time trial
2nd Flying 200m[1]
2nd Sprint
3rd Scratch
3rd Team pursuit[1]
2004
Oceania Junior Track Championships
1st   Kilo
1st   Sprint
1st   Team sprint
National Novice Track Championships
1st   500m time trial[1]
1st   Flying 200m[1]
1st   Sprint[1]
1st   Team pursuit[1]
2nd Individual pursuit[1]
2005
Oceania Junior Track Championships
1st   Keirin[1]
1st   Kilo[1]
1st   Team sprint[1]
National Junior Track Championships
1st   Flying 200m[1]
2nd Kilo
2nd Sprint
3rd Team sprint
Australian Youth Olympic Festival
1st Sprint[1]
1st Team sprint[1]
1st Time trial[1]
UCI Juniors World Championships
3rd Kilo
3rd Team sprint
2006
UCI Juniors World Championships
1st   Kilo
2nd Sprint
2nd Team sprint
Oceania Track Championships
1st   Kilo
1st   Team sprint
National Junior Track Championships
1st   Kilo
1st   Sprint
1st   Team sprint
3rd Keirin
2007
Oceania Track Championships
1st   Kilo
3rd Team sprint
National Track Championships
3rd Kilo
3rd Team sprint
3rd Team sprint, 2006–07 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Manchester[1]
2008
1st Kilo, 2007–08 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Los Angeles[1]
2008–09 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Melbourne
1st Team sprint[1]
2nd Kilo[1]
2nd Team sprint, National Track Championships[1]
2009
2009–10 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Melbourne
1st Kilo[1]
1st Team sprint[1]
National Track Championships
2nd Keirin[1]
3rd Kilo[1]
2010
Commonwealth Games
1st Kilo
2nd Sprint[1]
Oceania Track Championships
1st   Kilo[1]
1st   Team sprint
National Track Championships
1st   Keirin[1]
2nd Sprint[1]
2nd Team sprint, 2009–10 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Beijing[1]
2011
2nd Team sprint, 2011–12 UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Astana[1]
2nd Keirin, National Track Championships[1]
2012
1st   Team sprint, UCI Track Cycling World Championships
2013
2nd Keirin, National Track Championships[1]
2014
1st Kilo, Commonwealth Games[1]
2013–14 UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Guadalajara
1st Kilo[3]
1st Team pursuit[3]
3rd Kilo, National Track Championships[1]

RoadEdit

2003
3rd Criterium, National Novice Road Championships[1]
2004
National Novice Road Championships
1st   Road race[1]
1st   Time trial[1]
1st   Criterium[1]
2nd Team time trial[1]
2014
1st St. Kilda, Shimano Super Criterium Series[12]
2015
1st Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic[13]
3rd Criterium, National Road Championships
2017
1st Stage 1 Tour de Langkawi[14]
1st Stage 3 Tour de Korea
Tour de Hongrie
1st   Points classification
1st Prologue & Stage 5
1st Stage 2 Tour of China II
2nd Criterium, National Road Championships[15]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am "HPU > Rider Profiles > Male > Scott Sunderland". Cycling Australia. Retrieved 18 December 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Scott Sunderland". wais.org.au. Western Australian Institute of Sport. Retrieved 2 October 2015.
  3. ^ a b c d e "Scott Sunderland". Cycling Archives. Retrieved 18 December 2014.
  4. ^ Two golds for Australia at track champs Archived 23 May 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Australia goes for youth at world cup
  6. ^ a b "Busselton flyer the wheel deal in sprint". The West Australian. 30 July 2012. Retrieved 30 December 2020.
  7. ^ "Scott Sunderland Bio, Stats, and Results". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 12 July 2017.
  8. ^ Homfray, Reece (13 August 2014). "World champ Scott Sunderland switches to endurance to help Australia chase team pursuit cycling glory". Herald Sun. Retrieved 18 December 2014.
  9. ^ "Glasgow 2014 - Scott Sunderland Profile". g2014results.thecgf.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 12 July 2017.
  10. ^ "Bobridge back on the track with Team Budget Forklifts". cyclingnews.com. 10 November 2014. Retrieved 18 December 2014.
  11. ^ Price, Steve (21 December 2016). "IsoWhey Sports SwissWellness p/b Cervelo Announce Full 2017 Team Roster". IsoWhey Sports SwissWellness. Retrieved 17 January 2017.
  12. ^ "Wells, Sunderland crowned winners at Shimano Super Criterium". sbs.com.au. 14 December 2014. Retrieved 10 January 2015.
  13. ^ "Sunderland wins Melbourne Warrnambool Cycling Classic". Cyclingnews.com.
  14. ^ Woodpower, Zeb (21 February 2017). "Scott Sunderland wins 2017 Tour de Langkawi opener". cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 11 March 2017.
  15. ^ Woodpower, Zeb (4 January 2017). "Ewan wins sprint to take second criterium title". cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 17 January 2017.

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