Current City:




Gold Coast, Queensland  

Gold Coast, Queensland 

Studying Public Health


Climbing, Races of Attrition

Career Highlights:

  • 3 rd place Giro Rosa Team Time Trial (’17)

  • 6th place National championships road race (’17)

  • 1st place U23 National Road Championship (’16)

  • 1st place in U23 general classification in Internationale Thüringen Rundfahrt der Frauen (’15)

  • 1st place in U23 general classification in La Route de France (’15)

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About Jenelle:


Jenelle Crooks, who is currently studying Public Health part time, has competed professionally since 2016 as part of the Mitchelton Scott team, with results that include a 3rd place in the Team Time Trial at the Giro Rosa (2017) and 1st place in the youth general classification at the Internationale Thuringen Rundfahrt der Frauen (2015). After a short break from international competition, Jenelle has returned to racing and has already demonstrated considerable form Down Under.

Q&A with Jenelle: 

Why cycling?:

I love how cycling can be so many things, social, competitive, challenging, fun, and a way to be free...

What's your motivation/inspiration (especially on a tough weather day)? 

Knowing that I’ll be a step closer to achieving my goals, and the satisfaction of getting home from a really tough ride!

Favorite ride:


Springbrook on the Gold Coast, or anywhere riding with good friends. 

Career highlight:

Winning two U23 general classifications in 2015, in my second time racing in Europe. I really surprised myself and it helped kick start my riding even further. 

2020 goals:

To transition smoothly back into the pro peloton after having 2019 at home! Also focus on getting some good individual and team results. 

When not riding, I like to...:

I enjoy going to the beach! Going to Pilates class with mum, or simply spending time with friends and family.

Favorite warmup song:

Depends on my mood, can be anything from ABBA – Taylor Swift 

Favorite post-ride food:

Nice big Sandwich and a smoothie

Any advice to future / aspiring cyclists?

Always make sure you’re enjoying yourself!

Little known fact...:

I have a black belt in Taekwondo.