One of Australia's most successful and popular sporting achievers, Anna Meares is a four-time Olympian (2004-2016). She is winner of six Olympic medals, a five-time Commonwealth Games champion, and a 35-time Australian track champion. She is the only Australian to have won individual medals at four consecutive Olympics. Since her retirement from competitive cycling in 2016, she has worked in the media and in a mentoring role with athletes across a number of sports, and been active in fundraising for the fight against motor neurone disease, which claimed the life of her long-time coach Gary West. Anna resides in Adelaide.