Cycling New Zealand believes its track cyclists are on target as they progress towards next year’s Rio Olympics. The team finished a successful world championship at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines near Paris
In front of a very large crowd, Lauren Hall from USA national team won the final stage, her second in the tour after a perfect lead out by her team into the middle of Masterton city centre earlier today.
With snow falling outside the National Velodrome in Paris, there was a silver lining for Australia inside with three silver medals from four finals won on the penultimate evening of the UCI Track World Championships in France.
It was a display of pure pursuiting brilliance by Ashlee Ankudinoff (NSW), Amy Cure (TAS), Annette Edmondson (SA) and Melissa Hoskins (WA) as they soared to Australia‘s first world title of the 2015 UCI Track Cycling Championships.
Trust House women’s tour NZ - Another hard day’s racing and still the USA team show Tayler Wiles from USA national team took the 106km stage and the leader's yellow jersey on a hot day of racing featuring a total of four climbs.
Less than twenty-four hours after cheering from the sidelines as her endurance squad team mates obliterated the world in the team pursuit, Canberra’s Rebecca Wiasak claimed a rainbow jersey all her own at the Track Cycling Worlds
With all five riders in the Top 5 on GC from the USA cycling team, the Australian riders decided to get aggressive on Stage 3 of the Trust House women’s tour of New Zealand. They threw plenty at Team USA and were rewarded with stage success.