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Thursday Feb 28, 2013 The success of the BikeNZ team at the world championships in Belarus last week has created further financial challenges for the sport's administrators. The team, including new omnium world champion Aaron Gate, silver medallist
New Zealand's Aaron Gate has won gold in the omnium at the World Track Cycling Championships in Belarus...He was even on points with defending champion Glenn O'Shea (AUS) and two points ahead of the Olympic champion Lasse Norman Hansen (DEN). Gate
Olympic bronze medallist Aaron Gate is in medal contention after the first day of the omnium at the Track Cycling World Championships in Minsk, Belarus. Gate, riding in his first major omnium, is in third place after three rounds behind defending
Laura Trott 3 February 2013 Last updated at 13:10 GMT Olympic cycling set for Rio Games extension Trott delighted with second gold medal The Olympic track programme was altered between the Games of Beijing 2008 and London 2012 to create gender
McCormick dominated the race, lapping the field and winning the key sprints in the 30km points race. However his wheel was clipped on the final lap causing a heavy crash.
It proved a quiet night for New Zealand riders on the second day of finals at the Oceania track cycling championships in Adelaide last night. Young riders Georgia Williams (Auckland) and Steph McKenzie (Southland) were the only medallists on a night
Monday November 19 2012 Ireland's Martyn Irvine has won two silver medals at the UCI Track World Cup in Glasgow. Irvine, who represented Ireland in the six-event Olympic omnium at the London velodrome, opted to skip that event this time to ride in
New Zealand has added two silver medals to its tally on the second night of the junior world track cycling championships in Invercargill tonight. Waimate's Dylan Kennett took .7sec off his personal best on the way to setting a New Zealand junior
New Zealand cyclist Jo Kiesanowski is 11th at the halfway stage of the women's omnium at the Olympic velodrome in London today. Kiesanowski finished a disappointing 16th in the flying lap, and seventh in both the points race and the elimination race.
Tara Whitten is in medal contention after the first day of the six event women's cycling omnium at the London Olympics. The Edmonton native finished eighth in the day's third and final event, the elimination race, dropping her to fourth overall with