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Wiggle High5 welcomes 2018 Amy Gillett scholarship winner Grace Brown

Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling is delighted to welcome 2018 Amy Gillett Cycling Scholarship recipient Grace Brown to the team. The 25-year-old from Camperdown, Victoria, will make her debut in the black and orange jersey at the Tour of California, between the 17th and 19th of May, and race the Thüringen Rundfahrt between the 28th of May and the 3rd of June.

“I’m very excited and proud to be given the opportunity to ride for Wiggle High5 under the Amy Gillet Scholarship,” Brown said. “This year is a big development season for me and to be able to join one of the top Women’s World Tour teams is beyond my expectations.”

Brown participated in several European races in 2017, as part of the High5-supported Australian National Team. She completed the Thüringen Rundfahrt and the Tour of Norway, as well as the challenging one-day UCI Women’s WorldTour races in Vårgårda, Sweden, and Plouay, France.

This will be the first time that the 25-year-old will have taken part in such races as part of one of the strongest professional teams in the World.

“I’m really looking forward to learning from my new team mates and experiencing how a top professional team operates. I’m keen to give everything I’ve got in the racing and help Wiggle High5 get some great results.”

The Amy Gillett Foundation was created in the memory of elite rider Amy Gillett, who was tragically killed by an out-of-control driver in Germany, in 2005, while training on the day before the Thüringen Rundfahrt. It works with all levels of government, road authorities, corporate, motoring, cycling and community safety organisations and the public to create a safer bike riding environment in Australia.

The Cycling Scholarship is awarded annually on fulfilment of criteria that includes current cycling achievements and future potential, personal aspirations and team development qualities.

“This scholarship is a legacy to Amy’s life and ambitions, and Grace has shown similar dedication and determination in her sport.” said Simon Gillett, patron of the Foundation and husband to the late Amy.

“Like all Amy Gillett Foundation Cycling Scholars, Grace has the potential to become a pro-athlete, and we are keen to see the passion she will bring to her role as a Foundation Ambassador.”

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