Cyclist, Sporting Mentor, TTT World Championships Winner

Age: 24

Height: 182cm

Weight: 71kg

Pro Since: 2013

Lives: On season: Girona Spain

Off season: Adelaide, Australia

Born on the 28th May 1990 and raised in Adelaide, South Australia. At a young age sports seemed to be a part of day to day life.

A state swimmer who then traded in bathers for bikes at the age of 16. Picked up through a Talent Identification (TID) testing he never looked back.

Excelling on both track and road he has been a senior World Champion twice on the track and been to both Olympic (2012) and Commonwealth Games (2010).

Turning professional in 2013 with American outfit Garmin Sharp off the back of a stella 2012 which saw him win Silver at Track Wold Championships, London Olympics and the World U23 ITT.

He then went on to have a breakout season in 2013. Starting the Tour De France after standout performance in at Critérium du Dauphiné, placing 2nd in the ITT and riding himself into the leaders jersey ahead of the tour de france contenders. He rode in the leaders jersey for 2 more stages before loosing it to eventual winner Chris Froome but held onto best young rider jersey. Later in the season he went on to win a stage at the Tour of Alberta and then the tour overall.

Strong Individual Time Trial performances throughout 2013 saw him earn a place at the Road World Titles for Australia. Time Trialling further then he ever had he came in 11th, a sure sign there is a new kid on the block. The new era of road cycling is bring with it some serious talent. Rohan Dennis is very much one.