Maeve
Plouffe

Maeve joined the team in 2019 and immediately turned heads by winning the Brisbane Blast UCI Criterium. She continued her sharp progress and was selected for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic team while studying a Science / Law degree.

21
Height
171
Home Town
Adelaide
Training Base
Adelaide
Speciality
All-rounder

2nd
National Championships Australia WU23 - ITT
5.Jan.2018

3rd
Oceania Continental Championships WU23 - ITT
23.Mar.2018

32nd
Santos Women's Tour
14.Jan.2018

Cycling Goals

To win an Olympic gold medal or world title

If not for cycling, what career would you have chosen

After cycling, I’d love to work in environmental law/advocacy, or undertake research in the marine biology field

Career Highlights

To date, I am a 7 x Australian and Oceania Champion in the Madison, Teams Pursuit, Omnium and Road TT. I am also a current member of the Australian Cycling Team Podium Potential Academy.

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27.Aug.2020

Maeve Plouffe clinched victory in the National Road Series Tour de Brisbane criterium, ahead of a super strong field in the first NRS race of the season.

3.Aug.2020

ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast will take their training up a gear ahead of the season restart with an “intense” camp in the Bunya Mountains.

13.Jun.2020

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

Zack Gilmore
Taj Jones
Sophie Edwards
Sebastian Barrett
Sam de Riter
Ryan Thomas
Ruby Rosemann-Gannon
Michael Rice
Michael Potter
Michael Freiberg
Matt Rice
Liam Magennis
Daniel Di Domenico
Cameron Scott claims 2nd in Melle Pro Kermesse in Belgium.
Cameron Scott
Ashley Mackay
Armani Drake
Anya Louw
Alistair Donohoe
Alex Martin-Wallace
Alastair MacKellar