• Cameron Meyer and Sam Welsford of Australia compete in the final of the Men's 50km Madison event during the 2019 Brisbane Track World Cup (Getty Images AsiaPac)Source: Getty Images AsiaPac
Cycling Australia has announced the Australian riders selected for the 2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships held 26 February – 1 March 2020 in Berlin, Germany.
Source:
Cycling Australia
20 Dec 2019 - 5:57 PM 

2019 team sprint world champions Stephanie Morton and Kaarle McCulloch headline the sprint selections with 2018 sprint world champion Matthew Glaetzer, Rio Olympian Nathan Hart, and Matthew Richardson.

Glaetzer claims World Cup bronze after cancer diagnosis
Australian Matthew Glaetzer has claimed bronze at the UCI Track World Cup in his first race since being diagnosed with cancer.

The men's endurance contingent includes reigning team pursuit world champions Samuel Welsford, Alexander Porter, Kelland O'Brien, Leigh Howard and Cameron Scott, plus nine-time career world champion Cameron Meyer.

Aussie pursuit teams inspired by injured mentor's absence
Sidelined by brain surgery, Australian track cycling coach Tim Decker has still been able to make his presence felt at the Brisbane World Cup round.

Reigning women’s team pursuit world champions Ashlee Ankudinoff, Georgia Baker, Amy Cure, Annette Edmondson and Alexandra Manly are confirmed, with Maeve Plouffe set to make her World Championship debut.

Sprint

Stephanie Morton - SA - 2019 team sprint world champion
Kaarle McCulloch - NSW - 2019 team sprint world champion
Matthew Glaetzer - SA - 2018 sprint world champion
Nathan Hart - ACT - 2019 World Championships team member
Matthew Richardson - WA - 2019 World Championships team member

Endurance

Ashlee Ankudinoff - NSW - 2019 individual & team pursuit world champion
Georgia Baker - TAS - 2019 team pursuit world champion
Amy Cure - TAS - 2019 team pursuit world champion
Annette Edmondson - SA - 2019 team pursuit world champion
Alexandra Manly - SA - 2019 points race & team pursuit world champion
Maeve Plouffe - SA - World Championship debut
Leigh Howard - VIC - 2019 team pursuit world champion
Cameron Meyer - WA - nine-time career world champion
Kelland O'Brien - VIC - 2019 team pursuit world champion
Alexander Porter - SA - 2019 team pursuit world champion
Cameron Scott - NSW - 2019 team pursuit world champion
Samuel Welsford - WA - 2019 scratch & team pursuit world champion