Stephanie MortonStephanie Morton made her Olympic debut at Rio 2016 after winning gold at the London 2012 Paralympic Games as the Pilot for Felicity Johnson in the 1km time trial tandem event. Four years later at Rio, Morton teamed up with cycling legend Anna Meares in the women's team sprint, where the duo placed fourth. Morton finished her Games campaign with two 13th place finishes in the women's keirin and individual sprint.
In 2016, Morton established herself as one of the fastest women in the world, consistently posting the fastest flying 200m times, including the World Championships where she also finished fourth in the team sprint (with Meares), seventh in the keirin and eighth in the sprint.
In 2017, Morton had her most successful World Championships campaign to date in Hong Kong, winning duel silver in the individual sprint and team sprint with Kaarle McCulloch, as well as placing fourth in the keirin.