Track Cycling

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 events. Cure’s 2017 world championships campaign came to a close with a trademark fighting performance to...

Morton charges into final four in sprint

Less than twenty-fours hours after claiming silver in the team sprint, South Australia’s Stephanie Morton (SA) launched herself into the women’s sprint final four with a powerful and controlled demonstration on Thursday. The unassuming South Australian topped the women’s sprint...

Ankudinoff solos to pursuit silver

Two days after grabbing an emotional silver in the team event, Sydney’s Ashlee Ankudinoff soled to the individual pursuit silver medal and her sixth career world championships medal. It was a welcomed return to the individual race against the clock...

Russia wins second & third titles on Saturday

Russia topped the medal table on Saturday, the penultimate day of the 2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships presented by Tissot, in Hong Kong, winning two world titles and a bronze medal. Three other world titles were awarded, to...

Back and bigger than ever – ITS Melbourne

With the 2018 Commonwealth Games under a year away and Olympic Games Country qualification points on offer, a number of the world’s best track cyclists will be gunning for team selection and a great hit out when the International...

Steph & Kaarle storm to team sprint silver

Looking resplendent new Santini Cycling Wear team kits which were unveiled on the eve of the Championships, the Australian cycling team glittered on the opening day of the 2017 UCI Track World Championships in Hong Kong. Three-time world champion Kaarle...

Close silver for Gate, Mitchell creates history for No 5

New Zealand cyclist Aaron Gate went within a whisker of a second rainbow jersey while teammate Ethan Mitchell created history on the penultimate day of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Hong Kong. Gate, the 2013 omnium world champion,...

True Aussie grit seals bronze for Cure & Manly

In a true display of Aussie grit and determination, Amy Cure and Alex Manly staged an epic fight in the women’s Madison to win bronze after the team crashed heavily twice during the 120-lap race. It was a memorable first...

Steph surges to sprint silver

South Australia’s Stephanie Morton (SA) joined elite company on Friday by becoming just the fourth Australian woman to reach a world championship sprint podium. As the new Olympic cycle begins to gain momentum, Morton proved herself as a serious contender...

Australia surges to title defense

Australia charged to a sixth team pursuit world crown in eight years with an emphatic win over trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand in the final in Hong Kong. There was no shortage of rainbow experience on the final start line for...

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Cure claims tenth career world medal

Twelve hours after a winning silver in the team pursuit, Amy Cure (TAS) found the world championships podium for a second time as she...

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