The Drapac EF p/b Cannondale Holistic Development team is proud to announce that team member Alexander Smyth will be representing his country of heritage, Malta, at the upcoming 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Alexander will be competing in the Men’s Road Race, coming up against a strong field of riders from England, South Africa, and host country, Australia.
Alexander said of the opportunity, “It brings me great joy to take part in the Commonwealth Games, and be able to represent both my heritage and compete in the country where I have grown up.
The Maltese community has always supported me in the past, and their commitment to the riders and the team is appreciated by all the athletes”.
Alexander has been cycling professionally at a continental level for several years; signing with the Drapac EF p/b Cannondale Holistic Development team for the 2018 season. As part of the educational requirements of racing for Drapac EF, Alexander is currently studying a combined bachelor of business and science at RMIT.
“The Commonwealth Games is the biggest competition that I will have competed in to date, and the Drapac team has been a big supporter of my personal development so far, this year”, said Smyth on his 2018 season so far with Drapac EF.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games Men’s Road Race will be held at Currumbin Beachfront on the Gold Coast on Saturday the 14th of April, commencing at 12.30pm.
Drapac EF wishes Alexander and all competitors the best for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
For any further information, please contact the Drapac EF p/b Cannondale Holistic Development team at email@example.com