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Sports:

Games: 22 summer games in 18 countries
Events: 29

Participants: 195 (160 men and 35 women)
Youngest Participant: Geoff Smith (17 years, 338 days), 1960 Summer Games
Oldest Participant: Stuart O'Grady (38 years, 357 days), 2012 Summer Games
Most Medals (Athlete): Brad McGee and Anna Meares (5 medals)

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29 Events

Rk Event Participants Gold Silver Bronze Total Top Medalist(s)
1 Men's Road Race, Individual 58 1 1 Clyde Sefton (1 medal)
2 Men's Road Race, Team 9
3 Men's Individual Time Trial 5 1 1 Michael Rogers (1 medal)
4 Men's 100 kilometres Team Time Trial 30
5 Men's Sprint 22 1 3 3 7 Gary Neiwand (2 medals)
6 Men's 1,000 metres Time Trial 14 2 3 2 7 Dunc Gray and Shane Kelly (2 medals)
7 Men's Keirin 4 1 1 1 3 3 athletes with 1 medal
8 Men's Tandem Sprint, 2,000 metres 8 2 2 4 athletes with 1 medal
9 Men's Team Sprint 10 1 1 3 athletes with 1 medal
10 Men's Individual Pursuit, 4,000 metres 10 2 2 4 Brad McGee (3 medals)
11 Men's Team Pursuit, 4,000 metres 52 2 2 2 6 Dean Woods (3 medals)
12 Men's Points Race 7 1 1 Stuart O'Grady (1 medal)
13 Men's Madison 4 2 2 4 athletes with 1 medal
14 Men's Omnium 1
15 Men's 50 kilometres 4
16 Men's Mountainbike, Cross-Country 6
17 Men's BMX 6 1 1 Sam Willoughby (1 medal)
18 Women's Road Race, Individual 15 2 2 Kathy Watt and Sara Carrigan (1 medal)
19 Women's Individual Time Trial 5
20 Women's Sprint 3 1 2 1 4 Anna Meares (3 medals)
21 Women's 500 metres Time Trial 3 1 1 2 Michelle Ferris and Anna Meares (1 medal)
22 Women's Keirin 1
23 Women's Team Sprint 2 1 1 Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch (1 medal)
24 Women's Individual Pursuit, 3,000 metres 4 2 2 Kathy Watt and Katie Mactier (1 medal)
25 Women's Team Pursuit, 3,000 metres 3
26 Women's Points Race 3 1 1 Lucy Tyler-Sharman (1 medal)
27 Women's Omnium 1 1 1 Annette Edmondson (1 medal)
28 Women's Mountainbike, Cross-Country 5
29 Women's BMX 4