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Sanchez wins stage 4 of the Tour of the Alps, Siutsou best in Croatia: Daily News Digest

by Shane Stokes

April 20, 2018

Sanchez soloes to win stage 4 of the Tour of the Alps; Siutsou wins stage 3 of the Tour of Croatia; Cycling world pays tribute to BMC Racing Team owner Andy Rihs; Marco Haller out for months after being hit by car, French amateur shot; Buchanan comments on lack of bike brand, undergoes surgery; Brown awarded Amy Gillett scholarship, Wiggle High5 provides development spot; Silca tease upcoming Sicuro Titanium Bottle Cage; Wiggle-CRC rejects claim Chain Reaction company is in meltdown; Video: Chris Froome post-race interview, stage 4 Tour of the Alps 2018; Video: Tour of the Alps 2018 – Day 3: big surprise in Meran; Video: As A Midlife Cyclist

Brown awarded Amy Gillett scholarship, Wiggle High5 provides development spot

by Simone Giuliani

The Amy Gillett scholarship has been awarded to Grace Brown, who made a powerful impression in the past year with a strong debut into the National Road Series and podium performances among the influx of professional riders during Australia’s summer of racing.

In previous years the cornerstone of the scholarship, which is awarded to an up and coming Australian rider, has been a guaranteed block of European racing with the Australian High5 National Development team. However, with Cycling Australia pulling its support of the development squad this year the question was how would the scholarship holder get that valuable overseas experience?

To make sure the development opportunity remained for the Australian rider who received the scholarship, Wiggle High5 owner Rochelle Gilmore stepped into the void, just as she did when initial plans were announced to cut the development team in 2015.

The scholarship provides the opportunity to live, train and compete internationally with the Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling Team with support from Cycling Australia.

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