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Van Velthoven Storms to Keirin Title  3 Feb 2013
The cyclist known as Rhino Simon Van Velthooven - charged through a world class field to claim an exciting keirin final at the BikeNZ national track cycling championships in Invercargill tonight.The London Olympic bronze medallist showed his fighting qualities, to force his way around a superb field and hold off the challenge from the super-slick Sam Webster by the narrowest of margins in front >>
Sprint Team Heads to Mexico  29 Dec 2012
The four-strong team to compete will be Eddie Dawkins (Invercargill), Matt Archibald (Invercargill), Sam Webster (Auckland) and Ethan Mitchell (Auckland) with coach Justin Grace. BikeNZ will continue to send minimum numbers to the early season World Cups in a relatively quiet year of international racing, following on from Cameron Karwowski attending the first World Cup in Cali and Dylan Kennett >>
BikeNZ Name Powerful Track Squad for London Games  27 Apr 2012
New Zealand has named its biggest and arguably strongest track cycling team ever for the London Olympic Games. The New Zealand Olympic Committee today announced a 15-strong team plus reserves for London. The team is built around the riders who achieved podium performances at the recent world championships in Melbourne and reflects Bike NZ's continual gains on the world's stage.  >>
Shanks & Van Velthooven Boost Medal Haul on Final Night  9 Apr 2012
Alison Shanks celebrated her second rainbow jersey with an emphatic victory in the individual pursuit to seal New Zealand's most successful ever world track cycling championships.Shanks dominated her final of the 3000m individual pursuit over old adversary Wendy Houvenaghel (GBR) to repeat the world championship title won in the same event in 2009.It brought the New Zealand tally to five medals, >>
Two Stunning World Championship Medals for Kiwis  5 Apr 2012
All that glitters is not gold as the New Zealand team found out with two outstanding bronze medals on the opening night of the UCI Track Championships in Melbourne tonight.The men's team pursuit quartet of Marc Ryan, Sam Bewley, Aaron Gate and Westley Gough rode a splendidly judged race to claim the bronze medal over Russia, after being behind by 1.5 seconds at the halfway mark in the 4000m >>
Kiwis Make Bronze Final in Melbourne World Championships  4 Apr 2012
New Zealand are through to the medal ride in the men's team pursuit on the first day of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne today.The quartet of Aaron Gate, Sam Bewley, Westley Gough and Marc Ryan clocked 3:59.156 in the 4000m team pursuit and will meet Russia in the bronze medal ride at the Hisense Arena tonight.World champions Australia take on the Olympic champions Great >>
Records Tumble at Wellington Velodrome  20 Feb 2012
Wellington Track Championships Records tumble over two great days of competitionFebruary 16, 2012 Perfect conditions helped riders across all disciplines set new regional records and personal bests over two days of competition at the 2012 Wellington Track Cycling Championships held at Hataitai Velodrome on February 12 and 14. In the under 17s Ollie Jones set a new Wellington record in >>
Wellington Track Champs Date Set  23 Jan 2012
The 2012 Wellington Track Cycling Championships will be held on Sunday February 12 and Tuesday 14 at the Hataitai Velodrome and tight battles are expected for the clutch of titles that are up for grabs. Riders in different age grades will compete across a range of disciplines from short sharp match sprints to endurance races like the points race and individual pursuit. Laykold Cup winner >>
Two Medals for NZ Cyclists  20 Feb 2011
The New Zealand women's pursuit team have won the UCI Track World Cup title and set a new fastest time on the opening night of finals at the last round in Manchester today. The trio of Alison Shanks, Lauren Ellis and Jaime Nielsen had to be content with second place in the final behind hosts Great Britain who went within in whisker of the world record. Experienced South Canterbury >>
Kiwi Trackies Go For Gold  19 Feb 2011
New Zealand will ride off for gold in the final of the women's team pursuit on the opening night of finals at the last round of the UCI Track World Cup in Manchester later this morning (NZ time). The trio of Alison Shanks, Lauren Ellis and Jaime Nielsen were second fastest qualifier, just 2/100th of a second behind the host Great Britain combination with both teams going under New Zealand's old >>
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