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New Zealand's top female track cyclists are expecting the most competitive national championships ever next week when the Avantidrome in Cambridge hosts its first event. With the Bike New Zealand elite track cycling squad training at the centre for
Getty Images Tasmanian Amy Cure joined a select group with her victory in the women's 25km points race at the track cycling world championships in Colombia. The 21-year-old from the town of Penguin claimed her maiden world title, becoming just the
Medal is the high point of an otherwise frustrating day for New Zealand riders. Marc Ryan led from start to finish in his bronze-medal ride off. Photo / Getty Images Marc Ryan is getting used to the colour bronze, not that he's complaining about it.
A 16-strong squad will represent Britain in Aguascalientes from Thursday as part of the build-up to the 2014 World Championships in February. Britain won gold in both the women's and men's team pursuit in the opening round in Manchester last month. "
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
Veteran Olympian Clara Hughes was among the nine women named to the selection pool Wednesday by Cycling Canada Cyclisme for the road race and time trial at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Canada earned three spots through the International
Idaho (AP) — Tara Whitten led a Canadian sweep of the first three spots in the Exergy Tour prologue Thursday after American gold medalist Kristin Armstrong fell during the two-mile stage. Armstrong, the last of 103 riders to
From the podium, Clara Hughes spotted Luke and Stephanie Richardson in the crowd, blew them a kiss, and then it was on with the business of spraying her Specialized Lululemon teammates with champagne. Everything came up Clara in Saturday's time trial
Story continues below Scott Sunderland is the only Australian to make round two after he won his round-one heat. Matthew Glaetzer crashed out of his first-round heat, but was unhurt, while Perkins was fourth in his opening race. Perkins, Glaetzer and