Inducted in to WPSC Hall of Fame 2008 for his contribution to Sport:
Brett entered competition cycling as a 15 year old in the U17 division and in his second year of cycling dominated the Victorian Track championships in Melbourne with gold medals in individual pursuit, time trial, sprint-point- score and scratch race. This led to selection in the state team.
In 1996 he won the Melbourne Cup on Wheels in record time as a 16 year old. Success after success in both track and road events led to Brett winning gold in the U19 4000m teams pursuit in Capetown in 1997.
At the end of Year 12 he went straight to the Australian Institute of Sport in Adelaide.
Brett career really took off and he went on to win many title including teams pursuit events at Junior World Titles, Commonwealth games World Cup and World title events.
In the 2004 Summer Olympics he reached gold in the team pursuit and is currently training to possibly complete in Beijing this year, while at the same time concentrating on road cycling at the highest level.
In 2005, Brett won the Prologue in the Giro D'Italia (Tour of Italy) when riding for team Panaria and has since transferred to the Milram team and competed in his first Tour de France in 2007.