Australian talent Ruby Roseman-Gannon has committed her future to Team Jayco AlUla by signing a new two-year contract through to the end of 2025. The 24-year-old turned pro with the Australian team at the start of 2022 and has gone from strength to strength, continuing to knock on the door of a big victory.
With a fourth-place finish overall at the Santos Tour Down Under and at the challenging one-day WorldTour race the Classic Lorient Agglomération earlier this year, the former Australian criterium champion has shown flashes of what she is capable of at the highest level of racing. Team Jayco AlUla management is confident that Roseman-Gannon will soon be consistently achieving big wins.
Team Jayco AlUla women’s team is set to see an increase in its roster size in 2024, fortified with added strength and depth in numbers. The squad is looking forward to seeing Roseman-Gannon grow into one of the team’s leaders.
Brent Copeland – Team Jayco AlUla General Manager said, “Ruby is a rider that we believed in from the beginning and we immediately saw the mindset that she has and the seriousness that she has. She is a true professional. She knows what she wants and she is going to become a winner.
It’s great that Ruby has believed in our project and has signed up for another two years and we can build a team around her, because we see her as one of our leaders in the future.”
Ruby Roseman-Gannon said of her contract extension, “It’s been a really enjoyable two years in the team. I came from Australia with minimal European experience and with the help of the team and through race exposure, I think I’ve really developed my physical and technical abilities. I’m excited for the next seasons because I think we’ve got some strong additions, but we’re also keeping a solid core group from the past seasons.
Personally, I feel like I’ve been consistently good, but I really want to make that next step up to some bigger results. I’m motivated to work really hard and also help to create an environment where the whole team can be at their best.”
Date of birth: 8th November 1998 (24)
Contract Extension to 2025
4th Classic Lorient Agglomération (2023)
3rd LOTTO Thüringen Ladies Tour – stage 6 (2023)
4th LOTTO Thüringen Ladies Tour – Overall (2023)
4th Santos Women’s Tour Down Under – Overall (2023)
5th Simac Ladies Tour – Overall (2023)
7th Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race (2023)