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Kiwis Top All at World Championships Qualifying   19 Feb 2015
The young New Zealand men's team pursuit produced a thrilling effort to top all qualifiers on the first day of the UCI track world championships near Paris. The quartet of Dylan Kennett, Pieter Bulling, Alex Frame and Marc Ryan, in their first ever competition, topped all qualifiers in the men's 4000m team pursuit at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. Earlier the proven quartet of Rushlee Buchanan, >>
Records Fall at Burkes Cycles Speed League  27 Jan 2015
Three records fell in perfect conditions at the Wellington Velodrome at the first round of the Burkes Cycles Speed League Summer Series which also incorporated the regional Sprint Championships. Wellington's under 17 team smashed the 3000 team pursuit record by 18 seconds, setting a new mark of 3.53.99. Liam Cooper, Thomas McCallum, George Jackson and Sam Tillotson rode smoothly throughout >>
NZ Track Team Gain Valuable Experience in Cali  19 Jan 2015
New Zealand's rookie track cyclists have enjoyed a strong opening day in the third and final UCI track cycling World Cup in Cali, Colombia. Katie Schofield and Natasha Hansen combined to qualify fourth in the women's team sprint and will fight out for the bronze medal tomorrow. In their first outing together at any level, the women's team pursuit, that includes teenagers Bryony Botha and >>
Gough Back to World Cup Duties  2 Nov 2014
Double Olympian Westley Gough makes his return to international competition after selection for the BikeNZ track team for the opening UCI World Cup in Mexico next month. Gough, Southland's Cameron Karwowski, Waikato's Rushlee Buchanan and Otago's Katie Schofield make their return to international track competition while Waikato's Racquel Sheath will make her World Cup debut. The 16-strong >>
Cheatley Heads up BikeNZ Track Program  15 Sep 2014
With their successful Commonwealth Games behind them, BikeNZ is gearing up for the final two year campaign to the 2016 Rio Olympics. A key is to complete their high performance track coaching structure to allow Dayle Cheatley to focus on his role as Head Coach over the three track squads that BikeNZ is targeting towards Rio 2016. Today BikeNZ announced that Tim Carswell is appointed as men's >>
Track Stars Look Toward Rio  8 Sep 2014
New Zealand's leading cyclists will put their Commonwealth Games endeavours behind them, as they prepare to take the first steps towards the Rio Olympics at the Avantidrome this month. Most of the Glasgow medallists will be in action in the first Olympic qualifying event, the Avanti BikeNZ Cup and Avanti BikeNZ Classic from 18-20 September in Cambridge. The event has drawn entries from >>
NZ Juniors Achieve More Success  11 Aug 2014
New Zealand bagged two further medals on the second night of finals at the UCI Juniors Track World Championships in Korea today. Waipukurau teenager Regan Gough won a silver medal in the 4000m individual pursuit, while the women's team pursuit matched the men by winning a bronze medal. Gough, who rode in three team pursuit races on the first day, bounced back to qualify second fastest behind >>
Super Sam Man of Gold  26 Jul 2014
Sprint cyclist Sam Webster earned his second gold medal of the Commonwealth Games with a superlative display of power and tactical nous at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome today. The Aucklander won the individual sprint gold medal, beating the Olympic champion Jason Kenny to do it, and New Zealand satisfaction was complete when his team-mate, Eddie Dawkins, claimed the bronze. Webster, a member of >>
NZ World Champions Take Commonwealth Gold  25 Jul 2014
The crack men's sprint cyclists won New Zealand's first gold medal of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. The men's team blitzed their English rivals in the final to the delight of the many New Zealanders in the crowd at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome. New Zealand flags dotted the scene and there was plenty of cheering and encouragement. The New Zealanders Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster and Eddie >>
Dawkins Hitting Form Ahead of Glasgow  12 Jun 2014
New Zealand's Commonwealth Games sprinters had a successful start to their racing preparations for Glasgow. Three of the sprinters completed a clean sweep of the podium in the keirin final at the UCI Keirin Cup competition at the outdoor velodrome in Trexlertown in Pennsylvania where the squad is based. Eddie Dawkins, Sam Webster, Matt Archibald and Ethan Mitchell all won their first round >>
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