Brenton Jones is an Australian Professional Cyclist who has raced around the world in some of the biggest events that cycling has to offer.
Starting on the Mountain Bike and representing Australia as a Junior in the 2009 World Championships, Brenton then signed his first Professional Road contract in 2015 and has been riding and racing full-time in Europe since then.
Brenton was based in the UK and raced with Britain’s JLT Condor Cycling Team in 2017 where he notched an impressive 10 victories that season.
In 2018/2019, he raced for a French Professional Continental Team, Delko Marseille Province, where he raced the Paris-Roubaix twice and lived in France for 2 years.
One of Brenton’s career highlights was winning the Australian National Criterium Championship in 2019, a big goal that he’d been striving to win his whole career.
In 2020 Brenton rode for British Team Canyon DHB Soreen where he was based in the UK and raced in Europe before the COVID-19 Pandemic cut his racing short. He signed for Team Canyon DHB SunGod in 2021, but due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions during the year, decided to remain in Australia and race for Team Inform TMX Make for the reminder of the 2021 season.
A passionate and qualified Level 1 Cycling Coach, Brenton has successfully coached riders of all ages and abilities to improve their riding skills, confidence and become faster. The knowledge and experience he has gained from being a professional cyclist with years of racing under his belt is what helps Brenton to support his skills as a coach.
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BALLARAT, AUSTRALIA -JANUARY 04: during the 2019 Fed Uni Road National Championships Mens Elite Criterium at Ballarat on January 4, 2019, in Victoria, Australia. PHOTO: CON CHRONIS
By 14, Bec was already clocking impressive times of 53:44 for 10km. At 16, she was selected to represent Australia at the 2018 World Race Walking Championships in China where she placed 16th in the 42-person field. She continued to progress in 2019, now under 49 minutes for the 10km walk. In early 2020 she was set for a big year of international junior teams, but COVID shut down competition worldwide.
Bec is an extremely talented endurance athlete and has also competed in triathlon and marathon swimming. She has placed top 5 in multiple triathlon national championships as well as competing at the 2018 World Triathlon Championships. She has also been to five national open water championships, with her best placing fourth.
Bec competed in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the 20km racewalk, is a national/international ITU triathlete and national open water swimmer.
Some of her outstanding achievements include:
- Tri Vic elite junior of the year 2 years in a row
- School Sport Vic Lindsey Gaze Award for Sports Leadership in 2019
- Sports excellence scholarship fund (SESF) ambassador and mentor.
- Swim instructor at Kingswim.
Bec is currently studying a Bachelor of Biomedical Science degree at Monash University.
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B. Physiotherapy (Hons)
As a physiotherapist professional, Tory's focus is on creating good and effective movement patterns and then using this to improve overall athlete performance.
Tory is available to work with CCTS athletes to maintain or restore health and fitness through physical examination, diagnosis, prognosis, athlete education, physical intervention, rehabilitation and disease prevention.
Physiotherapy is more than just managing dysfunction or injury, Tory works with individual athletes to tailor programs to get the best out of each individual experience in Pilates and at the gym.
Tory provides manual therapy as required to achieve optimal recovery.
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