12 Facts About Alex Edmondson


Alexander Edmondson was born on 22 December 1993 and is an Australian road and track cyclist, who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam Team DSM.


Alex Edmondson won the silver medal in the team pursuit at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.


Alex Edmondson was born above a Chinese coffee shop in Borneo.


Alex Edmondson lived in both the Netherlands and the Sultanate of Oman before returning to Australia at the end of 1998.


At the age of 18, Alex Edmondson became the 2nd youngest cyclist ever to be selected for an Australian Olympic Team.


For recognition of his achievements Alex Edmondson was awarded a scholarship with the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.


In March 2014 Alex Edmondson competed in the 2014 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Cali, Colombia winning two World Titles in the individual pursuit and team pursuit.


Alex Edmondson is a dual Junior World Champion where his records still stand today.


Alex Edmondson believes it's critical that he is a champion both on and off the bike, and has become increasingly involved in community events since he returned from the Olympics.


Alex Edmondson talks about goal setting, pain is a short term hindrance and how important challenging yourself is.


Alex Edmondson has been a guest speaker at a number of events, including the Australian Cycling Executives, Cancer Council Breakfast, AOC Talk with a Champ program and an event called the Faces of the World Dinner for 400 people promoting multiculturalism and strength in diversity within South Australia.


Alex Edmondson was named in the start list for the 2017 Giro d'Italia.