State of the Nation: Analysing Australia's women's 2021 World Championships team

HARROGATE ENGLAND SEPTEMBER 28 Arrival Amanda Spratt of Australia Celebration Jessica Allen of Australia Lauren Kitchen of Australia Tiffany Cromwell of Australia during the 92nd UCI Road World Championships 2019 Women Elite Road Race a 1494km race from Bradford to Harrogate 125m Yorkshire2019 Yorkshire2019 on September 28 2019 in Harrogate England Photo by Tim de WaeleGetty Images
Jess Allen, Amanda Spratt, Lauren Kitchen and Tiffany Cromwell after Spratt won bronze in 2019. Three of those riders are on the team again this year. (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

Ahead of the 2021 UCI Road World Championships, Cyclingnews is taking a deep dive into the key teams for the elite road races. 

We've looked at the men's teams from the United States, Great Britain and Australia along with the women's teams from Great Britain and the United States. Now it is time to take a closer look at the Australian women's squad. 

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Simone Giuliani
Australia Editor

Simone is a degree-qualified journalist that has accumulated decades of wide-ranging experience while working across a variety of leading media organisations. She joined Cyclingnews as a Production Editor at the start of the 2021 season and has now moved into the role of Australia Editor. Previously she worked as a freelance writer, Australian Editor at Ella CyclingTips and as a correspondent for Reuters and Bloomberg. Cycling was initially purely a leisure pursuit for Simone, who started out as a business journalist, but in 2015 her career focus also shifted to the sport.