The Team

Admiral Liv AWOL has expanded significantly for 2018, taking it from seven riders to seventeen across three categories. The core fourteen women will make up the team for the U23/Junior category, with three under 16 youth development riders.

Four riders with vast experience between them come in to not only boost the ranks at U23 level, but to help the team across multiple disciplines, giving guidance and leadership both on and off the bike. They are Charlotte Broughton, Clover Murray, Isla Rush and Sarah Lomas.

Liv AWOL team time trial (photo: Huw Williams)
Liv AWOL team time trial (photo: Huw Williams)

All seven team members from 2017 continue with the team at Junior level and they are Hannah BayesHannah Graveney, Connie Hayes, Sanvannah Hewson, Lauren Higham, Issy Torrie and Rosie Wallace.

Emily Bridson, Rosie Wallace, Connie Hayes, Lauren Higham, Hannah Bayes and Iona Moir (photo: Phil Moir)
Emily Bridson, Rosie Wallace, Connie Hayes, Lauren Higham, Hannah Bayes and Iona Moir (photo: Phil Moir)

And joining them at Junior level are Emily Bridson, Zoe Brookes and Elizabeth Marvelly.

The Youth Development programme, will include three Youth A riders, and they are Charlotte McGreevy, Iona Moir and Harley Pell. These girls will ride a mix of disciplines for Admiral Liv AWOL, but will still be members of their local clubs, for which they will ride other disciplines.

The Team’s Directeur Sportif is Patrick Hayes.

Featured photo by Phil Moir (Spring Training Camp in Peak District)

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