Caroline Buchanan is an Australian cyclist who has won multiple world championships in BMX and mountain biking. She represented Australia at the 2012 and 2016 Summer Olympics in the women's BMX event.
|Event(s):||Bicycle motocross(BMX), Mountain biking|
|World finals:||5 x BMX and Mountain Bike World Champion|
|Olympic finals:||London 2012 Olympic Finalist|
About Caroline Buchanan
Australian BMX and mountain biker who represented her country at the 2012 Olympic Games. She's won several World Championships and more than a dozen National Championships.
Caroline Buchanan Before Fame
Inspired by her brother, she started riding BMX when she was five years old and picked up mountain biking about a decade later. She also played netball and soccer growing up.
Achievement of Caroline Buchanan
In 2013, she won both the Four Cross and BMX World Championships, becoming the first Australian to do so. She also won the Sir Hubert Opperman Trophy that same year.
Caroline Buchanan Family Life
She grew up in Canberra, Australia with her older brother Sam.
Associations of Caroline Buchanan
She and Brooke Crain both competed in women's BMX at the 2012 Games.
Information related to Caroline Buchanan
- Four-cross mountain bikers
- UCI Mountain Bike World Champions (women)
- UCI BMX World Champions (elite women)
- Australian female cyclists
- Olympic cyclists of Australia
- BMX riders
- Cyclists at the 2012 Summer Olympics
- Cyclists at the 2016 Summer Olympics