Alistair
Donohoe

A multiple para-cycling World Champion on both the road and track, Donohoe has shown that he also has the talent to compete in elite cycling, with strong results against some of the best in the world at the 2019 Herald Sun Tour. At just 24 years of age, Donohoe shows a determination and maturity beyond his years and his dedication to his cycling career is second to none. Donohoe currently splits his time between Melbourne and the Sunshine Coast as refocuses on the 2021 Paralympics in Tokyo.

25
Height
170
Home Town
Nhulunbuy, NT
Training Base
Melbourne / Sunshine Coast
Speciality
Sprinter

15th Overall
Herald Sun Tour
3.Feb.2020

4th / Stage 4
Herald Sun Tour
2.Feb.2019

18th Overall
Herald Sun Tour
5.Feb.2017
Alistair Donohoe

Favourite Race

Tour of Flanders

Career Highlights

U23 World Championships, Paralympics, Cadels Great Ocean Road Race

If not for cycling, what career would you have chosen

Fireman

Hidden talents

I’m quite the cook

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13.Jun.2020

ARA | Pro Racing Sunshine Coast rising star Maeve Plouffe takes the team’s first victory in the online national road series.

1.Jun.2020

Alistair Donohoe says he’s still finding his feet in virtual racing, after another promising display in the third event of the online National Road Series.

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Sophie Edwards
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Sam de Riter
Ryan Thomas
Ruby Rosemann-Gannon
Michael Rice
Michael Potter
Michael Freiberg
Matt Rice
Maeve Plouffe
Liam Magennis
Daniel Di Domenico
Cameron Scott claims 2nd in Melle Pro Kermesse in Belgium.
Cameron Scott
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Armani Drake
Anya Louw
Alex Martin-Wallace
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