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Chloe
Hosking

Chloe Hosking is one of the most successful active sprinters in the peloton. With 36 professional wins to her name, the Australian boasts impressive palmarès with standout results, including four stages in the Women’s Tour Down Under and winning La Course in 2016. Chloe brings added firepower to Trek-Segafredo and a wealth of experience after more than a decade of racing in the upper echelon of women’s professional cycling. She is entering her 13th professional season with Trek-Segafredo. Chloe won three races in the pandemic-shortened 2020 season but battled Covid-19 and health issues relating to the virus for most of the 2021 season. When she was finally healthy enough to return, she sprinted to a poignant victory in Stage 4 at the Tour of Norway, her first with Trek-Segafredo. Chloe added another win in Tour de l'Ardèche and came close in The Women's Tour, taking three podiums. Undoubtedly, Chloe is looking to add more to her palmarès in 2022.

Date of birth

01/10/1990

From
Australia
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What was the biggest obstacle you have overcome?

Covid. It was more mentally tough. I was never physically super sick, but I was being told that I had to take it easy. Australia is so far away, and it’s even further when we can’t get in, and my family can’t come here. So I felt alone – really alone – for a lot of the time.

If you could be any animal, what would you be and why?

A dog, so I would get daily walks and regular treats.

If you could borrow one cycling aptitude from any of your Trek-Segafredo teammates what would it be and from whom?

Elisa's (Longo Borghini) attitude to racing after the restart of the season in 2020 - she rode like every race could be her last and didn't waste an opportunity.

What is your favorite Bontrager or Trek equipment?

I love the Aeolus wheels.