Carol Cooke



Sport:
 Paracycling

Event: Women's T1-2 Road Race/T1-2 Time Trial

University Connection: Executive Certificate - Logistics, Materials and Supply Chain Management (1999)

Carol began paracycling in 2011 at age 50 in Melbourne, VIC, Australia. She is now a 3 x Gold medal Paralympian and 9 x World Champion in Cycling and was named Female Elite Para Cyclist of the Year in 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019 by Cycling Australia.


Key facts...

  • 2 Paralympic Games, 3 gold medals and 9 World Championships
  • Ambassador for MS Australia
  • Motivational speaker and author of ‘Finding your Inner Gold’
  • Founded the MS 24 hour Mega Swim.
  • In 2014, she was honoured as a Member of the Order of Australia. 

Schedule

Women T1-2 Time Trial - Tuesday Aug 31, 4.30pm AEST
Women T1-2 Road Race - Thursday Sep 2, 2.00pm AEST

Results

Date Event Results
Tuesday 31st August  Cycling: Women T1-2 Time Trial  Silver Medal 
Thursday 2nd September  Cycling: Women T1-2 Road Race  TBA 
 

Read more

To learn more about Carol's journey, check out her Paralympic bio here


Watch

To watch Carol take to the track in Tokyo, head to 7plus!
 


Social Media

Follow Carol's journey on her Instagram

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