BAROSSA Council could spend up to $15,000 rebranding the Jack Bobridge Track, following the Gawler Olympic cycling star’s drug trafficking conviction last fortnight.
IN 2016, Jack Bobridge was on top of the world having won his second Australian road championship title and Olympic silver medal – now, three years later, the former Gawler cycling star has been sentenced to four-and-a-half years in jail for drug trafficking.
THE time needed to cycle from Gawler to the Barossa could soon be reduced, with Barossa Council carrying nearly $100,000 into the next financial year to improve the Jack Bobridge bike track.
ONE of the greatest international sports stars to come from the Gawler area – former cycling world champion Jack Bobridge – has faced accusations in court of selling the party drug MDMA.
FORMER Evanston Park resident-turned international cycling sensation Jack Bobridge has retired from the sport he loves due to the increasing severity of his rheumatoid arthritis.
EVANSTON Park cycling star Jack Bobridge is weighing up his future after an early withdrawal from the 2016 season, and his run-in with the recent World Anti-Doping Agency hacking.
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.
LOCAL cyclists Callum Scotson and Jack Bobridge have been selected to compete in the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.