- 2008 Beijing - (sprint)
- 2004 Athens - 1st (500m time trial), 3rd (sprint)
- 1st (kierin), 2nd (team sprint), 3rd (individual sprint) - 2012 World Track Championships (Melbourne, Australia)
- 2nd (team sprint), 2nd (individual sprint), 6th (kierin) - 2012 London World Cup (London, United Kingdom)
- 1st (individual sprint), 1st (team sprint), 1st (kierin) - 2012 Australian Track Championships (Adelaide, Australia)
- 1st (team sprint), 2nd (individual sprint), 6th (kierin) - 2011 Astana World Cup (Astana, Kazakhstan)
- 1st (individual sprint), 1st (team sprint), 1st (keirin) - 2011 World Track Championships (Apeldoorn, Netherlands)
- - 2011 Manchester World Cup (Manchester, United Kingdom)
- 1st (individual sprint), 1st (kierin), 2nd (team sprint) - 2011 Australian Track Championships (Sydney, Australia)
- Winning gold in the 500m time trial at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.
- Winning silver in the sprint at the Beijing 2008 Olympics.
- Triple world championship crown in 2011.
- Anna Meares became a household name when she won a gold medal in the 500m time trial and a bronze in the sprint at her first Olympics appearance in Athens in 2004.
- Four years later she made a remarkable return to the track following a horrific race crash in which she broke her neck. Just 7 months after the severe injury threatened to end her career, Meares won silver at her second Olympic appearance in Beijing in the sprint where she went down in the final to Britain's Victoria Pendleton. The medal was the only one Australia claimed on the track in an otherwise disappointing Olympic campaign.
- After winning the individual sprint, team sprint and kierin at the 2012 Australian Track Championships, Meares went on to claim a gold, silver and bronze at the 2012 World Track Championships in Melbourne. She won the kierin, led Australia to a silver in the team sprint and finished with bronze after being knocked out in the semi-final in the individual sprint. Meares also broke the world record for the flying 200m in qualifying for the individual sprint.
- Meares and teammate Jack Bobridge will be the only Australian track cyclists in London with Olympic experience so she will be looking to lead the cycling team on and off the track.
- Meares has won four gold, a silver and a bronze in three consecutive Commonwealth Games appearances in Manchester, Melbourne and Delhi.
Years on national team
Gary West (2008 - current)
Primary Training Base
Institute/AcademySouth Australian Sports Institute, Adelaide
Australian Institute of Sport, Adelaide
Middlemount Primary School (QLD, Australia)
Middlemount High School (QLD, Australia), Rockhampton State High School (QLD, Australia)
Bachelor of Learning Design - Central Queensland University