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The squad directed by Rochelle Gilmore look to win the Subaru National Road Series team’s classification for the third year in succession.
The High5 Dream Team will combine youth with experience for 2017 Campaign. Two-time Individual Pursuit World Champion Rebecca Wiasak is back for a third season in High5 Dream Team colours, where she will be joined once again by Lucy Kennedy, Tessa Fabry, and Samantha de Riter. The quartet welcome new recruits Emily Roper, Jessica Pratt, Chloe Moran, Ruby Roseman-Gannon and Kristina Clonan. Canberra’s Rebecca Wiasak is eagerly anticipating a new season with the High5 Dream Team. Team Owner Rochelle Gilmore is excited by the quality of the team selected for 2017.
"The success of the High5 Dream Team in 2015 and 2016 has been overwhelming. The staff and athletes have exceeded my expectations both on and off the bike. The team is all about reaching the highest level of professionalism on and off the bike and we’ve managed to achieve that, resulting in another year ranked as the Nation’s No.1 NRS team. We’re starting the 2017 season with a great mix of talent and we’re super motivated to try and win the NRS series for a third year straight. I have no doubt that the new composition for 2017 is capable of achieving the team’s athletic ambitions while also focusing on how to best promote women’s cycling and give our wonderful partners satisfactory return on investment.”
This search for the top athletes in women’s cycling can only be met with a desire to outfit the team with the best components available to ensure a competitive advantage. This being said, Campagnolo Super Record EPS and Campagnolo wheels will accompany the team in its battle towards the goals of this season.