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Southland Riders off to Moscow  3 Apr 2009
Southland U19 cyclists Cameron Kowalski and Hamish Tomlinson have both been named in the New Zealand U 19 track cycling team to compete at the Junior World championships in Moscow in August.Both riders performed admirably at the recent Raboplus National track Championships which won them their selection. Hamish has been selected in the team pursuit squad and is a strong contender to ride the 8000 >>
New Zealand Rich in Precious Metal!  30 Mar 2009
New Zealand completed their most successful campaign at the UCI World Track Cycling Championships that finished in Pruszkow, Poland today. They were out of the medals on the final day with defending champion Hayden Godfrey finishing seventh in the five-event omnium and Lauren Ellis 12th in the women's points race. The BikeNZ squad finished with three medals and a fifth placing which surpassed >>
Kiwi Teams Pursuit Back up Beijing Medal  28 Mar 2009
The NZ teams pursuit quartet of Wesley Gough, Jesse Sergent , Marc Ryan and Peter Latham have backed up the bronze medal won last year in Beijing by bringing home the bronze from the World Championships in Poland. The young team bettered the Brits in the ride for 3rd and 4th by 1.5 seconds averaging 59.9kmh. It was a strong performance by the NZ team in bringing down the reigning Olympic >>
Silver for Womens Team Pursuit  27 Mar 2009
New Zealand's rookie women's team pursuit combination ran an experienced Great Britain team to the wire to claim a silver medal on the second day of the UCI World Track Cycling Championships in Poland. The trio of Alison Shanks, Jaime Nielsen and Lauren Ellis got to within a wheel of the defending world champions at the 2000m mark but the experience of the Great Britain team made the >>
More Records Fall at Raboplus Track Nationals  6 Mar 2009
Another New Zealand record has fallen at the RaboPlus New Zealand Track Championships with Southland's Eddie Dawkins smashing his previous 1000m Time Trial record in tonight's final in Invercargill. Dawkins time of 1:02.157 lowered the record he set two years ago by over a second and a half and gave him his second national title of the champs' following his win in the Sprint final on >>
Raboplus Track Championships  4 Mar 2009
Olympian Alison Shanks has lowered her New Zealand Individual Pursuit record for the second time in a day at the RaboPlus New Zealand Track Championships in Invercargill. The Otago rider's time of 3.30.543 as she defended her New Zealand title over 3000m was just over half a second faster than the record she smashed by five seconds in this morning's qualifying session. "I was expecting to >>
Phinney Shatters US Pursuit Record  14 Feb 2009
U.S. National Team member Taylor Phinney (Boulder, Colo.) shattered the U.S. national record in the men's 4,000-meter individual pursuit Friday at the UCI Track World Cup in Denmark. Phinney, clocked a time of 4 minutes, 15.223 seconds in the qualifying round, surpassing the previous mark of 4:19.800 set by Mariano Friedick in 1996. Entering Friday's competition, Phinney's personal best was >>
Cycling Auckland Announce Track Line Up  10 Feb 2009
Cycling Auckland have put their roster together for the upcoming NZ Track Championships. The Blues look to be sending a full team being present in all events. The Aucklands will look forward to the faster boards of Invercargill after posting their times on the cement of Auckland. OPEN MEN Please mark with an X the event they will be >>
Cycling Otago Name Team for 2009 Track Nationals  8 Feb 2009
Cycling Otago has put to press their arsenal of riders for the 2009 Track Nationals at the ILT Velodrome in Invercargill. The roster of riders heading south to the world class facility also features riders of the same calibre. The likes of Shanks and Chapman are but to feature two but the list runs strong throughout the team. A pleasant surprise is the return of the popular Mark Spessot. The >>
Kiwi Girls Qualify Fastest  19 Jan 2009
The rookie BikeNZ women's team have stunned the competition to top qualifiers in the team pursuit on the final night of competition at the UCI World Cup in Beijing today. The trio of Alison Shanks, Kaytee Boyd and Lauren Ellis clocked a superb 3:28.044 to be fastest of all qualifiers and will ride off against hosts China for the gold medal at the Laoshan Velodrome overnight. It is the first >>
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