YOUNG Evanston Park cycling star Callum Scotson is enjoying some time at home after six months of racing in Europe.
TWO local cyclists can hold their heads high after winning silver in the men’s 4000m team pursuit at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games on Saturday.
THEY have come a long way since starting their sporting careers in Gawler but, now, three local athletes are preparing to do their country proud at the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games.
LOCAL cyclists Callum Scotson and Jack Bobridge have been selected to compete in the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.
EVANSTON Park’s star cycling brothers Miles and Callum Scotson were part of Australia’s team pursuit squad that took out the world title at the 2016 UCI Track World Championships in London last week.
STAR Evanston cycling siblings Miles and Callum Scotson were part of South Australia’s record-breaking pursuit team that took home gold at the Track National Championships at the Adelaide Super-Drome earlier this month.
EVANSTON Park cycling star Jack Bobridge will enter the 2016 Tour Down Under full of confidence after winning his second Australian national road championship title on Sunday.
It was an action-packed long weekend of sport, with a number of local individuals, teams and associations competing in events across the state.