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The realisation he will not be part of one of New Zealand's best Olympic medal prospects next year has sent Hayden Roulston into a spin. The two-time Olympic medallist last night lashed out at BikeNZ's selection process after withdrawing from the
Hayden Roulston has pulled out of the national track cycling squad in order to focus on his road cycling commitments in 2012. BikeNZ head cycling coach Tim Carswell says the demand on Roulston would have been too high, had he tried to do both.
Next week's Oceania cycling championships in Invercargill loom as a virtual Olympic trial and a shadow New Zealand Olympic squad will be named after the event...A New Zealand squad will be chosen after the Oceania championships to compete at next
The Champs offer Olympic qualifying points in some events and form a key component of selection towards London. Roulston is part of the men's endurance squad as he divides his time between the track and the road in the build up to the Games.
A dejected Hayden Roulston pulled out of the Tour of Southland yesterday due to illness. What was initially reported as kidney stones is understood to have been a kidney infection which came on after he had completed stage four from Tuatapere to Te
You go to Belgium for three things chocolate, beer and bike racing. Chris Macic can tell you just how hard it is to be a competitive cyclist in a country where the way of the bike is a religion. Like any number of promising New Zealanders before him,
Meenhorst was a part of a five-man breakaway group that attacked off the front of the peleton with around 25 kilometres out from the finish in Te Anau The Kia Motors rider just had the legs to hold off Subway's Paul Odlin and PureBlack's Sham Rodger.
When Hayden Roulston looks ahead to 2012, all he sees is promise. When the rest of the Tour of Southland field look at him, they must be wondering how they can possibly beat him this week. The four-time winner and defending champion won his first
Clinton Avery endured a fair bit of suffering to claim the first stage of the 2011 PowerNet Tour of Southland yesterday as he avenged a "one-inch" loss at the same finish line last year...Motivated by tour veteran Gordon McCauley, of Barry Stewart
Defending champion Hayden Roulston will wear the Tour of Southland's yellow jersey during the first road stage after his Calder Stewart team took out the prologue, a 4.2km team trial around Invercargill's Queens Park, this afternoon. Roulston was