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Articles Related Topics Henderson, who pulled out of the Delhi Commonwealth Games citing safety concerns last week, had been forced to rest for four days instead of training ahead of Sunday's 262.7 km road race in Melbourne and Geelong, local media
Kiwi Nick Willi poses with his bronze medal for the men's 1500m at the National stadium during the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games on August 20. Willis will lead New Zealand's athletics team, which includes Olympic gold medallist Valerie Adams, at the
Most will not leave the `security bubble' of the Games village and stadia until they fly back out of Delhi. Middle-distance runners Nick Willis and Nikki Hamblin, shot putter Valerie Vili, shooter Greg Yelavich, boxer Joseph Parker and cyclist Hayden
New Zealand cyclist Greg Henderson has slipped to fourth place overall in the Tour of Britain. Henderson, who led on general classification after winning the second stage, was 11th in today's 171km fourth stage from Minehead to Teignmouth in Devon.
Julian Dean, Greg Henderson and Hayden Roulston will head the New Zealand challenge at next month's world road cycling championships in Melbourne. They will contest the men's road race in Melbourne on October 3 over a 263km course consisting of an
Star Kiwi cyclists Hayden Roulston and Julian Dean are both expected to be fit for the world championships despite their withdrawal from the Tour of Spain. Roulston and Dean withdrew with a week remaining in the final grand tour, with Roulston
The double Olympic medallist has packed his bags to meet up with his HTC-Columbia teammates in Seville after coming through an 80km training ride overnight. Speaking on his personal website, Roulston says the knee is sore, but everyday is better.
New Zealand cyclists Julian Dean and Hayden Roulston are taking contrasting routes to the Tour of Spain beginning on Sunday (NZ time). Dean, a Garmin Transitions rider, will use the tour to prepare for October's world championships in Melbourne while
The double Olympic medallist was involved in a multiple rider pile-up and collected a barrier. Roulston's knee has required 18 stitches and he's flown to Hamburg to allow his HTC-Columbia team doctors to have a good look at the deep gash in his leg.
The new deal will tie him to the HTC-Columbia team to the end of 2012. Renshaw has become one of road cycling's best lead-out riders, working for sprinters Mark Cavendish and Andre Greipel. But he was disqualified from last month's Tour de France for