Australian Olympic champion dies at 39


Australian cyclist Stephen Wooldridge, an Olympic and world champion, has died at the age of 39. Wooldridge won team pursuit gold at the 2004 Athens Olympics and four world titles between 2002 and 2006. He held a number of administrative roles in the sport after his retirement. Cycling Australia chief executive Nick Green sent his condolences to the family and friends during of the cyclist. Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates added that Stephen was an exceptional cyclist and Olympic champion who will forever be remembered.


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