Culling continues strong track form

WINNER: Alice Culling on the bike during the Track Attack event at the Darebin International Sports Centre on Sunday. Picture: John Gondek

WINNER: Alice Culling on the bike during the Track Attack event at the Darebin International Sports Centre on Sunday. Picture: John Gondek

Ararat cyclist Alice Culling continued her strong track form at the Cycling Victoria Track Attack event in Melbourne on Sunday.

It was a new team-based event with Culling involved in the Victorian Institute of Sport A team.

It was Culling’s final major meet before the 2017 Track National Championships next month.

Culling said the event was in a format that took some adjusting.

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“The Track Attack event was quite strange to work together to try and collect points as a team,” she said.

Culling competed in the elimination race as well as the tempo race.

The 17-year-old will now turn her focus to the national titles in Brisbane.

Culling said she is looking forward to being involved in her first elite national championships.

"Training has been going pretty well and I think I have peaked my form,” she said.

“My times times are all good and it should be a good experience.”

The national championships will be hosted from March 2-5.

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