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2204 Results


Gallant Garfoot grabs fourth in time trial in Richmond

Queensland's Katrin Garfoot put in the ride of her life on Tuesday to finish to tantalizingly close to the podium in the women's time trial in Richmond, Virginia.


Villumsen Wins World Championship Time Trial

New Zealand rider Linda Villumsen produced the perfect performance today to get her hands on the world championship rainbow jersey that has eluded her on so many occasions


Interview - Del Woodford the week in Kiwi cycling

World Road Champs - outstanding performance by James Oram, review of the other U23s & Juniors..Georgia Cattrick. Plus a preview on the Kiwi’s racing the TT and road race.


2015 Road Worlds: Aussies Ready, willing & able

Eleven of Australia's best will line up on the Richmond start line this week at the 2015 UCI Road World Championships being held in the Virginian capital from September 20-27.


Nelson first hand cyclist ever to enter the K1

This year when you are hauling yourself up the Whangapoua hill in the K2 or the K1, and willing for the top to come, spare a thought for Timaru’s Jonathan Nelson.


Oram secures top-six finish in under-23 time trial

Young New Zealand professional James Oram has finished an outstanding sixth place in the under-23 time trial at the UCI Road Cycling World Championships in USA today.


Hull grabs time trial bronze; Scotson places seventh

Australia’s traditional success against the clock continued on the first day of national events at the 2015 UCI Road World Championships in Richmond, Virginia. New South Wales


Magic 8 ball - outlook good for Aussie women's team in Richmond

A strong eight rider Australian women's team is primed ahead of the 2015 UCI Road World Championships, which begin in Richmond, USA, September 20-27.


Strong interest from cycling stars for Track World Cup in Cambridge

Half of the expected number of nations has already confirmed their entry for December’s UCI Track Cycling World Cup in New Zealand.


Cooper & Corset claim Capital Tour in Canberra

Kiwi Joseph Cooper and Australian Ruth Corset claim the National Capital Tour part of the Subaru Cycling Australia National Road Series.