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NZ High Performance BMX Team Update  9 Mar 2007
The NZ High Performance BMX Team have spent the past two weekends racing in UCI continental series races in Australia. The weekend of February 24th / 25th saw the team competing in UCI series round #6, and also the South Australian State Championships in Adelaide, SA. The team's results from this event were; Sarah Walker 1st place Elite Women - UCI Continental Series Round #6 1st place >>
UCI Up To Some Big Stuff- BMX News  18 Feb 2007
UCI BMX RANKING The 2006/2007 ranking is already getting interesting, with the season already are going in full speed in the Latin America and Oceania. To view the latest individual ranking (dated 31.01.07), please visit; http://www.uci.ch/ucinet/uci.asp?page=rankings&discipline=bmx&ryear=2006&ridercategory=me&l=eng The Nations Ranking (and qualification for the Olympic >>
BMX Callisto Crashes and Madill Clashes  20 Jan 2007
Australian BMX rider Luke Madill's confidence in his form before Olympic selection was given a boost today when he beat one of America's top rider, Bubba Harris. Madill won the first Track Attack series in Park Orchards, Melbourne today while the 2005 World Champion, Harris placed sixth. Madill was challenged mic-race by young Daniel Johnstone but the experience of Madill shone through. Three >>
Bootes puts Olympic Selectors on notice  5 Jan 2007
Wade Bootes has put selectors for the Beijing Olympics on notice by winning the UCI Round 4 at Nerang on the Gold Coast today. The 31 year old Gold Coast rider dominated after the first corner to win the elite men's final. With the event doubling as a series race, Bootes also retains the lead in the Hog's Breath Café Probikx National Tour by a massive 120 points. "In today's competition everyone >>
BMX Cycling Australia Awards BMX Cyclist Of The Year  25 Nov 2006
Junga, Kamakazi, Pascoe and Mankowski Cited As The Best Female BMX Cyclist of the Year Renee Junga (Brisbane) - Junga topped the UCI Continental rankings for 2006 and reached the semi finals at the World Championships. She is Australia's top ranked female on the World Standings in sixth position. Junga received a standing ovation at her first public appearance since the crash at the World >>
BMX L1 Coaching Course  10 Nov 2006
Later this month, BMXNZ and BikeNZ, proudly supported by the Southern Trust, are staging a BMX Level 1 Coaching Course on the weekend on the 25th & 26th of November at the Kingsgate Hotel in Te Rapa, Hamilton. This 2 day course will be facilitated by BikeNZ's National BMX Coach, Grant White as well as a number of experienced presenters and covers the following: Roles & >>
BMX First Supercross secured for Australia  15 Oct 2006
In a World first, BMX Supercross will be held outside of Europe and USA when it comes to Adelaide in April 2008. BMX Australia has confirmed that the international cycling body, UCI BMX has given the fourth and final Supercross event just four months before BMX makes its debut as an Olympic sport in Beijing.The South Australian State Government and Events South Australia have been instrumental in >>
BMX World Champs 2011  9 Oct 2006
This note is to advise that BMX New Zealand has decided to apply to UCI for the rights to host the BMX World Championships in 2011. We have come to this decision based on a number of factors that tell us that the time is right for a world championship event to be hosted in New Zealand. We are confident that we have the expertise, and the support from outside the sport, to make an event of this >>
BMX UCI Round 2 Japan  9 Oct 2006
The race was the second round of the 2007 UCI Pan Pacific Continental Ranking Series and was held in Kasaoka, Japan. The results of our team of four riders were; Elite Men: 1st - Danny Callaug - USA 2nd - Matthew Cameron - New Zealand 3rd - Dale Holmes - GBR 4th - Tony Wilcock - New Zealand Elite Women: 1st - Sarah Walker - New Zealand 2nd - Stephanie Barragan - USA 3rd -  >>
BMX UCI Round 1Series  7 Oct 2006
The race was the first round of the 2007 UCI Pan Pacific Continental Ranking Series and was held in Taiyuan, China. The results of our team of four riders were; Elite Men: 1st - Steven Wong - Hong Kong 2nd - Tony Wilcock - New Zealand 3rd - Matthew Cameron - New Zealand Elite Women: 1st - Sarah Walker - New Zealand 8th - Lisa Horlor - New Zealand (suffered from food poisoning >>
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