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Stuart Jones
Australian Paralympic cyclist

Stuart Jones

Stuart Jones
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Intro Australian Paralympic cyclist
Is Athlete Sport cyclist
From Australia
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 1969, Brisbane, Australia
Age 54 years
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Stuart Jones (born 1969) is an Australian Paralympic cyclist who won silver medal at 2019 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.


Jones was born in Brisbane, Queensland and in 2019 lives Newcastle, New South Wales. In January 2014, he whilst riding to work to work he was clipped a parked car on the New England Highway at Beresfield, New South Wales. He suffered a fractured skull, two fractured vertebrae in his spine and torn tendons in his hand. His doctors discovered he had no movement down most  of the right side of his body, even after surgery to repair his spine. He underwent rehabilitation at Royal North Shore Hospital with a determination to walk and ride again.


Jones is classified as a T2 cyclist. His first major international competition was the 2018 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, South Africa where he finished ninth in the Men's Time Trial T2. In 2019, he won bronze medals at two World Cups in the Men's Time Trial T2. At the 2019 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, Netherlands, he won the silver medal in the Men's Time Trial T2.

In 2019, he is a member of the Newcastle Cycling Club

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