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Elliott goes back-to-back in the ‘Warrnambool’

Nathan Elliott created history as the first man to win back-to-back Anchor Point Melbourne to Warrnambool cycling classics with one of the bravest and most daring rides in the 102-year history of the race. Elliott was part of a six-rider...

2017 Melbourne to Warrnambool: Results (All Grades)

1. 1 Nathan ELLIOTT (IsoWhey Sports SwissWellness) 6h34:23 2. 184 Sam WELSFORD* (Northern Districts WA CC) +2 3. 133 Tommy NANKERVIS (Stitch and Dart) +2 4. 13 Tom ROBINSON (NSWIS) +2 5. 105 Nicholas LEONARD (Anchor Point South Coast) +2 6. 5 Michael FREIBERG (IsoWhey Sports SwissWellness) +2 7. 83 Toby ORCHARD* (Nero Racing Team Edition) +2 8. 27 Sean WHITFIELD* (Oliver's Real Food Racing) +2 9. 95 Julian THOMSON* (AMR Renault Racing...

Alexandra Manly continues to grow with ORICA-SCOTT and looks ahead to 2018

UCI Women's WorldTour team ORICA-SCOTT has confirmed the re-signing of the talented Australian road and track starlet Alexandra Manly for the upcoming 2018 season. A successful 2017 saw Manly win bronze and silver medals in the madison and the team pursuit for Australia at...
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Rachel Neylan to add experience to new Movistar Team

Following Monday's confirmation of eight riders signing contracts with the Movistar Team's first ever women's roster, the squad managed by Eusebio Unzué now announces Rachel Neylan (Sydney, AUS; 1982) as their latest addition for 2018. With only ten years in...
Cycling: 28th Tour of Italy 2017 / Women / Stage 6 Amanda SPRATT (AUS)/ Roseta degli Abruzzi - Roseta degli Abruzze (116,6km)/ Women / Giro Rosa / © Tim De Waele

Amanda Spratt settled within ORICA-SCOTT

ORICA-SCOTT are pleased to announce the re-signing of the Santos Women's Tour winner Amanda Spratt for the 2018 season. The 30-year-old has been with the Australian outfit since it's inception in 2012 and has developed a lot over the past seasons, always a...

Brendon Davids Wins Stage 3, Moves Into Jelajah Malaysia Yellow Jersey

Oliver's Real Food Racing (Aus) notched their first stage win at Jelajah Malaysia thanks to a dominant performance from Brendon Davids in the third stage today. Davids, who switched from mountain bike to road recently, was in fine form in...
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Ryan Thomas Takes Yellow At Jelajah Malaysia

Terengganu Cycling Team (TSG) notched their second stage win in a row at Jelajah Malaysia thanks to an impressive performance from Adiq Husainie Othman today. Adiq won the second stage covering 145.3km from Lumut to Kuala Kurau in a time...

Patrick Bevin Set to Bolster BMC Racing Team’s 2018 Roster

BMC Racing Team General Manager Jim Ochowicz today announced the signing of Patrick Bevin, 26, for the 2018 season.   Bevin, who is a former New Zealand Time Trial Champion, is the first New Zealander rider to join the team in...
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FedUni announced as naming rights partner for Cycling Australia Road National Championships

Cycling Australia is pleased to announce a three-year partnership with Federation University Australia (FedUni) that sees the University become the naming rights sponsor of the Road National Championships in Ballarat from 2018-2020. Cycling Australia Chair and University alumnus The Hon...
Cycling: 16th GP de Plouay-Bretagne 2017 / Women Arrival / Sarah ROY (AUS)/ Ploulay - Ploulay (121,5 km) / GPPB / © Tim De Waele

Sarah Roy’s rise set to continue with ORICA-SCOTT until 2019

2017 Tour of Britain stage four winner Sarah Roy will continue to race in ORICA-SCOTT colours for another two years with the Australian outfit happy to announce the confirmed contract renewal for the former national criterium champion. A fantastic season for the team has...