Aussie Women Ready to Take On the Best at Commonwealth Games

Australia’s women are all set to take on the Commonwealth's best triathletes in Birmingham on day one of the Commonwealth Games.

Aussie Women Ready to Take On the Best at Commonwealth Games

The women’s race will be just as hotly contested with current world number one Georgia Taylor-Brown of England, contending with Tokyo Olympic Champion, Bermuda’s Flora Duffy as she looks to be the first triathlete to successfully defend their Commonwealth Games title after her success in 2018.

Australia’s women show a mix of experience and rookie energy with McShane joining her second Commonwealth Games Australian team after her 11th placed finish at the 2018 Gold Coast Games, while Van Coevorden and Linn will be making their Games debut. All have the potential to deliver eye-catching performances over the sprint distance.

Van Coevorden will don the green and gold, wearing race number six, and is ready to prove her strengths in the green and gold.

After last year … it was pretty cool that finally my results could get me onto a major Games team. It’s a really exciting time. I’m looking forward to getting out there and proving I deserve to be on that team … I really want to put my best foot forward.
1FloraDuffy BER
2GeorgiaTaylor-Brown ENG
3SophieColdwell ENG
4BethPotter SCO
5SianRainsley ENG
6NatalieVan Coevorden AUS
7NonStanford WAL
8NicoleVan Der Kaay NZL
9EmyLegault CAN
10OliviaMathias WAL
11AinsleyThorpe NZL
12CharlotteMcshane AUS
14DominikaJamnicky CAN
15SimoneAckermann RSA
16ShanaeWilliams RSA
17SophieLinn AUS
18AndreaHansen NZL
19EricaHawley BER
20HannahNewman RSA
21SophiaGreen SCO
22AmelieKretz CAN
23IssyMorris WAL
24PragnyaMohan IND
25JulieStaub MRI
26DanicaBonello Spiteri MLT
27ImkeJagau NAM
28Sanjana SunilJoshi IND
29AnriKrugel NAM
30Aisha NasserBaksh KEN
31Mercy Jane AdorkorPappoe GHA
32StavriPericleous CYP
33JennaRoss TTO
34AndrianaTukuvia SOL