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Drapac Announce Key Partners for 2014  31 Oct 2013
Drapac Professional Cycling will partner with bike manufacturer SwiftCarbon in a thee-year deal as the Australian-registered team expands its program to UCI Professional Continental level.Continuing with the team as technical sponsors will be Kask helmets, Champion System clothing, Shotz Sports Nutrition, Arundel, ON and Salice eyewear.Drapac's Team Manager, Jonathan Breekveldt said it was >>
Ryan Shows Olympic Class in Benchmark Final Victory  8 Oct 2013
Olympian Marc Ryan from Scotty Browns Vision Systems rode away from his breakaway companions to win the final round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series on the iconic 127 kilometre Hell of the South circuit in the Selwyn District near Christchurch today. Making his first appearance in the six race series Ryan was part of a 10 rider break and with 10 kilometres remaining and the pressure >>
Kiwis Solid on Day Two At UCI World Championships  25 Sep 2013
Australia's burgeoning young talent was to the fore on the second day of the UCI World Road Cycling Championships in Italy today. Their riders were first and fourth in the under-23 men and second and third in the junior women in an emphatic display. Best of the New Zealand riders were the Auckland pair of Devon Hiley and James Oram. Hiley, in her first world road championships, had a solid 15th >>
Cav Nails Stage Seven in Tour of Britain  24 Sep 2013
Mark Cavendish sprinted to victory in Guildford to win the Surrey stage of The Tour of Britain for the second successive year. The Omega Pharma Quick-Step rider enjoyed a perfect leadout from teammate Alessandro Petacchi to surge clear of his rivals at the foot of Guildford's cobbled, uphill High Street.Behind the Manxman came two fellow Tour of Britain stage winners from the 2013 race, Elia >>
Scully Takes Combativity Award in Tour of Britain Stage 4  21 Sep 2013
Mark Cavendish sprinted to a spectacular victory, a record eighth Tour of Britain stage win, in North Wales as Sir Bradley Wiggins retained the race lead.Wiggins came in safely in 22nd on the same time as Cavendish, as Sky pulled back an eleven rider break in the final kilometre to set up a bunch sprint.With the race all back together, Cavendish could head home Stage One victor Elia Viviani and >>
USA Back Cookson for UCI Presidency  20 Sep 2013
Brian Cookson's campaign to become the next President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) has today received yet another boost, this time in the form of USA Cycling, whose President and chief executive Steve Johnson has a vote at next week's election.The American body says it believes British Cycling head Cookson, who is incumbent Pat McQuaid's only challenger for the most powerful job in >>
Vogels Makes His Way Back Into Professional Cycling  18 Sep 2013
Henk Vogels, with over two decades of experience from Europe and the United States, joins Drapac Professional Cycling as directeur sportif in 2014. The team, which is set to re-join the Professional Continental ranks, welcomes Vogels' wealth of knowledge and experience in guiding and motivating athletes."I'm just super excited to get back into the driver's seat," Vogels said."I'm extremely >>
NZ Olympic Committee Give Approval to Tokyo Announcement  12 Sep 2013
Tokyo has been named host city for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in 2020 amidst cheers from the Japanese delegation to Buenos Aires and a nod of approval from New Zealand International Olympic Committee (IOC) Member Barry Maister. Aiming to "unite world-class innovation with traditional values under the motto of "Discover Tomorrow", New Zealand IOC Member Barry Maister believes that Tokyo will >>
Castelli Partners with Qhubeka for 2014  4 Sep 2013
Castelli has signed an exclusive partnership agreement with Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung for the 2014 and 2015 seasons. The sponsorship is further evidence of the Italian brand's dedication to making clothing that provides a competitive advantage. Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung is Africa's first UCI-registered Professional Continental team. With its dedicated approach to scientific >>
Villumsen Solo's To Route de France Victory  18 Aug 2013
BikeNZ cyclist Linda Villumsen soloed to victory on the final stage to claim the overall honours in the Route de France. Starting the final day one second behind Emma Johansson (Orica-AIS) on general classification, Villumsen bridged to an attack by American Evelyn Steven and then proved too strong, clearing out to win the 130km seventh stage by nearly six minutes. The New Zealander sealed >>
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