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Australia / NZ

Road and Track news and results from Australia

Mitchelton-SCOTT sign Brayan Chaves, joining brother Esteban Chaves in the GreenEDGE Cycling family for...

UCI Continental team Mitchelton-SCOTT has confirmed the signing of young Colombian climber Brayan Chaves for the 2018 season. Looking to follow in the footsteps of older brother Esteban Chaves, who rides for WorldTour outfit ORICA-SCOTT, 20-year-old Brayan is stepping up to the continental calendar with the...

2018 FedUni RoadNats course revealed

The final elements of the 2018 FedUni National Championships are now in place following a number of key announcements today that set the stage for a brilliant festival of cycling which will kick off the 2018 Summer of Cycling in just...

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...

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...
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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...

Australia opens 2017 Road World Championships campaign with bronze

Australia's campaign at the 2017 UCI Road World Championships in Norway opened on Monday with a bronze medal through Madeleine Fasnacht (Tasmania) in the under 19 women's time trial, while Callum Scotson (South Australia) narrowly missed a medal in the under 23 men's event finishing...

Ryan commits to women and youth with GreenEDGE Cycling

GreenEDGE Cycling, the overarching arm of men's UCI WorldTour team ORICA-SCOTT, owner Gerry Ryan has guaranteed the continued development of women's and youth cycling after a commitment to continue the organisation's women's and under 23 Continental teams for 2018. The...

Festival of cycling in Ballarat to ring in the 2018 cycling year

Ballarat will ring in the 2018 cycling year with the 2018 RoadNats to feature an invigorating line up of new categories, community events, activities and participation opportunities for all cyclists and cycling fans. The Championships will welcome two new categories...

Aussie teenage road trio set for world stage

A trio of country's brightest prospects will form the Cycling Australia Junior Team (Under 19) for the 2017 UCI Road World Championships in Norway. Teenagers Madeleine Fasnacht (TAS), Sebastian Berwick (QLD), and Mitchell Wright, (NSW) will each contest the road race and...

TRACK CYCLING

Cure creates world championship history

Tasmania’s Amy Cure, 24, made history by becoming the first person in track cycling history to win a medal in six different world championship...

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