Australia’s Olympic cyclist Grace Brown: ‘If I come fourth, I’ll be disappointed’ | Kieran Pender

<div><p>The time-trial specialist is in rich form heading towards the Paris Games and has high hopes of improving on her showing in Tokyo</p><p>Australian cyclist Grace Brown finished fourth in the women’s individual time trial at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021. She missed a spot on the podium, and a coveted Olympic medal, by a mere seven seconds.</p><p>Brown has been making up for lost time ever since. At the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in mid-2022, she won gold; at the world championships a month later, on home soil in Wollongong, <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2022/sep/26/masks-magpies-and-a-silver-medal-at-the-cycling-worlds-with-grace-brown">she claimed the silver medal</a>. It was more of the same at last year’s world championships, again finishing second, and post-Tokyo Brown has won three consecutive national time trial titles.</p> <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/sport/article/2024/may/19/paris-olympics-2024-australia-cycling-team-grace-brown-interview">Continue reading...</a></div>

The time-trial specialist is in rich form heading towards the Paris Games and has high hopes of improving on her showing in Tokyo

Australian cyclist Grace Brown finished fourth in the women’s individual time trial at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021. She missed a spot on the podium, and a coveted Olympic medal, by a mere seven seconds.

Brown has been making up for lost time ever since. At the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in mid-2022, she won gold; at the world championships a month later, on home soil in Wollongong, she claimed the silver medal. It was more of the same at last year’s world championships, again finishing second, and post-Tokyo Brown has won three consecutive national time trial titles.

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she claimed the silver medal. It was more of the same at last year’s world championships, again finishing second, and post-Tokyo Brown has won three consecutive national time trial titles.

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The time-trial specialist is in rich form heading towards the Paris Games and has high hopes of improving on her showing in Tokyo

Australian cyclist Grace Brown finished fourth in the women’s individual time trial at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021. She missed a spot on the podium, and a coveted Olympic medal, by a mere seven seconds.

Brown has been making up for lost time ever since. At the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in mid-2022, she won gold; at the world championships a month later, on home soil in Wollongong, she claimed the silver medal. It was more of the same at last year’s world championships, again finishing second, and post-Tokyo Brown has won three consecutive national time trial titles.

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