AusCycling Position Statement on International Activities Update 


In response to the ongoing nature of the global COVID-19 pandemic, AusCycling is updating its position on international competition activities. Last updated 28 September 2021.

Consideration has been given to a range of factors including, but not limited to, the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on:

  • The general environment and its effect on the population worldwide
  • International racing opportunities
  • Domestic and International Government travel restrictions, flight availability, and costs
  • Short and long-term health risks
  • Availability and scope of international travel insurance
  • AusCycling's duty of care towards its members and staff

In reviewing the policy, AusCycling acknowledges the continued COVID-19 vaccine rollout progression both domestically and internationally, and that international competition is taking place overseas. AusCycling recognises the need for some professional and elite level riders to continue to pursue their careers.

AusCycling will not be conducting national team campaigns or projects outside of Australia before 28 February 2022 and is finalising its updated position on international travel which will come into effect from 1 March 2022.

All riders selected for AusCycling National Teams to compete in UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) International events must be fully vaccinated and sign the AusCycling Endorsed Travel Informed Consent Form and/ or the Australian Cycling Team Covid Team Safe Policy.

AusCycling will continue to monitor the situation and will provide updates when new information is available and required.

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