- Anna Maree Devenish Meares is an Australian retired track cyclist
- She currently resides in Adelaide in South Australia where the Australian Institute of Sport's Track Cycling program has its headquarters at the Adelaide Super-Drome
|Born:||21 September 1983 Comment |
|How old is Anna Meares in 2021? / Age: ||38 years
Who is Anna Meares? / Facts
- She has been the 500 metre track time trial world champion on four occasions, and a gold medallist at the Commonwealth and Olympic Games
- At the 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships Meares took the gold in the keirin - her 11th world title in total, which made her the most decorated female track cyclist of all time
- She was the flag-bearer and captain for the Australian team at the 2016 Summer Olympics, where she won a bronze medal in keirin
- This made her the first Australian to win individual medals in four consecutive Olympics
- On 16 October 2016 Meares announced her official retirement from her current competitive cycling career
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Last update: 16 October 2020
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