There is a new generation of Australian Para-cyclists taking the world by storm, and among them is 23-year-old Paige Greco.

Never was this more apparent than at the 2019 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, where Paige set three world records in two days, was crowned world champion in the women’s 500m time trial C3 and women’s 3km individual pursuit C3, and won a silver medal in the women’s scratch race C3.

And as impressive as she is on the track, Paige is no one-trick pony. Cementing her superstar status, Paige won another three gold medals on the 2019 UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup circuit, and rainbows in the women’s time trial C3.

Even more unbelievably, at this stage in the last Paralympic cycle, Paige was on track to represent Australia in Para-athletics at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Fast-forward four years, and the switch from Para-athletics …

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Date of birth
19 February 1997
Past Paralympic Games

Tokyo 2020

Physical Impairment – Right hemiplegic cerebral palsy
How acquired
Adelaide, SA
Started competing
First competed for Australia
Sport career highlights

At the 2019 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Apeldoorn, Netherlands breaking 3 world records and winning the C3 3km individual pursuit and C3 500m time trial at my first international championships

Greatest sporting moments

Simone Biles winning floor routine at the 2016 Rio Olympics

Heroes/role models

Kelly Cartwright , Simone Biles, Serena Williams and my parents

Favourite quote
You don't know what your capable of until you're in the moment


  • Sport: Para-cycling Discipline: 3000m individual pursuit Classification: C3
  • Sport: Para-cycling Discipline: Road race Classification: C3
  • Sport: Para-cycling Discipline: Time trial Classification: C3

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