Malcolm Rudolph competes in the Oceania Road Championships Helidon time trial, Friday, February 13, 2015. Photo Kevin Farmer / The Chronicle
Malcolm Rudolph competes in the Oceania Road Championships Helidon time trial, Friday, February 13, 2015. Photo Kevin Farmer / The Chronicle Kevin Farmer

Fraser Coast's elite cyclists rule in Brisbane

CYCLING: They are three of the Fraser Coast's best sporting exports, and this week they stood together atop the dais after the Murrarie Criterium.

Malcolm Rudolph continued his super run of results at the Balmoral Cycling Club event to claim his tenth win of the season, just ahead of fellow Maryborough product and BORA-hansgrohe World Tour rider Jay McCarthy.

Both men rode for Fraser Coast Cycling Club.

In third was Hervey Bay's Commonwealth Games gold medal-winner Jordan Kerby.

Kerby was cut by the Australian Cycling Team earlier this year, and has joined New Zealand's cycling program in the hope of qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.



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