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The Dream Team Kick Starts Their Summer Season At The Noosa Gp

After the toughest European season of Rochelle Gilmore’s career (due to crashes) she is feeling refreshed, healthy and injury free leading into this weekend’s Noosa GP.

The Dream Team has returned for the 2011/12 summer with the additional strength of the current OLYMPIC GAMES Champion, Nicole Cooke.

Nicole Cooke is Welsh and resides most of the year in Switzerland, she often comes out to Australia during our summer to visit family and to benefit from the perfect weather! This summer Nicole would like to take advantage of the Australian criterium racing as a part of her 2012 Olympic preparation.

Whilst Nicole and Rochelle have just enjoyed a nice break following the European season, the Dream Team’s Peta Mullens should be in flying form following a successful enduro MTB season!

The Dream Team will be made up of three renowned sprinters; current Olympic champion- Nicole Cooke, current Commonwealth champion- Rochelle Gilmore, Australia’s top Enduro MTB rider- Peta Mullens and their strong reliable domestique – Myfanwy Galloway.

Peta Mullens

Peta Mullens

Due to Lauren Kitchen’s immediate departure from the Dream Team last week, the Dream Team’s 5th position/rider is yet to be selected and confirmed prior to the Noosa GP. Lauren had to withdraw from the team ahead of Noosa due to her professional signing with Rabobank for the 2012 European season.

The Dream Team are very motivated and excited to be racing at this year’s Subaru Noosa Cycling Grand Prix.

‘It’s the first race of the Australian summer season so we don’t know the form or level of our competitors but we’re all excited about our new team and very motivated to start racing again in Noosa’ says the Honda ambassador, Rochelle Gilmore.

The Dream Team are scheduled to race the Noosa GP, NSW Crit Series, Jayco Bay Classic, National Criterium & the Tour Down Under criteriums.

Rochelle Gilmore

Rochelle Gilmore

Dream Team for the Noosa GP;

Nicole Cooke: Olympic & World Champion
Rochelle Gilmore: Commonwealth Champion
Peta Mullens: Australian Champion
Myfanwy Galloway: Professional Cyclist & Domestique

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