HerStory

Alexis Jaye RHODES

Also known as: Alexi

Born: 1/12/1984

Special Achievements:

2002 - First Alice Springs female cyclist to win World Junior Championship.


Resources

  • References

    Tlozek, Eric.  “Golden Rhodes:  Alexis rides to glory at Cup.”  Centralian Advocate 18 May 2004:  32-31.


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    Tlozek, Eric.  “Rhodes’ fast track to titles.”  Centralian Advocate 7 May 2004:  48.


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    Howard, Jonathon.  “Alex gains skills in US.”  Centralian Advocate 31 October 2008:  3.


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    Menzies, Steve.  “Rhodes to fight for selection.”  Centralian Advocate 9 January 2009:  51.


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    Menzies, Steve.  “Alex against top riders.”  Centralian Advocate 6 January 2009:  22.


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    Menzies, Steve.  “Rhodes gives up on race win.”  Centralian Advocate 13 January 2009:  27.


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    “Alexis’ top award.”  Centralian Advocate 27 February 2007:  31.


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    White, David.  “Alexis grabs world crown.” and “From Alice to big stage.”  Centralian Advocate 27 August 2002:  32, 27.


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    White, David.  “Rhodes picks up SA honour.”  Centralian Advocate 14 February 2003:  52.


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    “Social.”  Centralian Advocate 29 January 2002:  12.


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    Maharaj, Rajiv.  “Alice rider selected for World Titles.”  Centralian Advocate 14 May 2002:  26.


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    Nicholls, Barry.  “Alice trio win Aussie awards.”  Centralian Advocate 13 December 2002:  60, 56.


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    Aloia, Andrew.  “Roads test Alexis.”  Centralian Advocate 28 January 2005:  59.


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    “Alexis wins.”  Centralian Advocate 21 January 2005:  53.


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    Aloia, Andrew.  “Rhodes to ride under Tuscan skies.”  Centralian Advocate 15 February 2005:  28, 25.


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    Lines, Chris and Conway, Doug.  “The girl who’ll never give up:  Hope rises for Alexis.”  Centralian Advocate 22 Juy 2005:  1, 3, 56, 53.


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    Rogers, Chelsea and AAP.  “Alexis comes out of her coma.”  Centralian Advocate 26 July 2005:  1-2.


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    Aloia, Andrew.  “Alexis wants to walk with PM.”  Centralian Advocate 12 August 2005:  56-55.


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    Aloia, Andrew.  “Comeback girl Alexis beats pain for Games.”  Centralian Advocate 7 February 2006:  28, 26.


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    “Alexis’s first ride since road tragedy.”  Centralian Advocate 13 December 2005:  25.


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    King, Gavin.  “Cyclist eye on safety.”  Centralian Advocate 16 September 2005:  17.


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    Stehbens, Lee.  “Alexis plays part in ‘gold for Amy’.”  Centralian Advocate 21 March 2006:  11.


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    McLean, Greg.  “Run Down:  NT cycle star fights for life after horror crash kills teammate.”  Northern Territory News 20 July 2005:  1, 4.


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    Rogers, Chelsea.  “Alexis putting crash in past.”  Centralian Advocate 18 April 2006:  2.


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    Lulham, Amanda.  “Europe snaps up our Alexis.”  Centralian Advocate 17 October 2006:  1-2.


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    Aloia, Andrew.  “Europe’s roads lure Alexis.”  Centralian Advocate 29 December 2006:  36, 34.


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    “Sports Star of the Year Awards.”  Centralian Advocate 24 February 2007:  9.


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    Pogonowski, Stephen.  “Reputations ride on titles.”  Centralian Advocate 30 July 1999:  48.


  • References

    Enough Rope With Andrew Denton: Season 2006.  17 April 2006.  Louise Yaxley and Alexis Rhodes.  [www.abc.net.au/tv/enoughrope/transcripts/s1618112.htm]


  • Image - Alexis Rhodes

    Taken by Oberschlesien at the Australian Open Road Cycling Championships in Buninyong in January 2008. Uploaded on January 16 2008.

    Wikimedia Commons: Category:Alexis Rhodes