Tracey Gaudry

Women’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race race secures 1.2 UCI status, bolsters Australia’s summer of racing

The women’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race has secured a UCI classification of 1.2, becoming the second Australian women’s race to obtain a ranking for 2016, which is bound to bolster the appeal of the nation’s summer season of racing for riders and fans alike. Deakin University has also  come on board as a sponsor […]

The future of the Tour Down Under: what the UCI WorldTour reforms might mean

After years spent trying to reform the WorldTour — the highest level of men’s professional road cycling — the UCI is just weeks away from what is likely to be an important milestone in that reform process. The proposed changes to the WorldTour, which are planned to come into effect at the start of the […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Team Sky wins Tour de Romandie TTT, Geraint Thomas claims yellow; Davide Rebellin wins stage 3 of the Presidential Tour of Turkey; The curious case of Alejandro Valverde; Ted King to retire at end of 2015 season; Tracey Gaudry leaves the Amy Gillett Foundation; “The […]


Coffee with a Champion: Tracey Gaudry

In this episode of Coffee with a Champion, Matt Keenan meets with Tracey Gaudry, CEO of the Amy Gillett Foundation and the president of the Oceania Cycling Confederation. Gaudry also happens to be an accomplished cyclist in her own right, having been the Australian national ITT champion in 1995 and 2000 and road race champion […]


UCI confirms women’s World Cup event in US in 2015, bigger plans globally for 2016

Continuing its push to develop and expand women’s cycling around the globe, the UCI has confirmed a round of the women’s World Cup in the US next season plus plans to step up the staging of events across Europe, North and South America, Asia and Oceania. The governing body presented a plan in Montreau, Switzerland, […]

Should the Oceania Tour and Asia Tour be merged?

As little as nine years ago there were 29 race days on the UCI Oceania Tour. Last year there were just seven. In the same period the Asia Tour had 154 days of racing and the Europe Tour had 610. And this weekend, the Oceania Road Championships take place in Toowoomba, marking the end of […]


Tracey Gaudry: three months into her Oceania presidency

Three months ago, Tracey Gaudry was elected president of the UCI Oceania Cycling Confederation, her work with the Amy Gillett Foundation and her background as a professional cyclist (and dual Olympian) making her a popular choice. So how is the job going, three months down the line? I sat down with Tracey ahead of the […]