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The return of 2014 Liege-Bastogne-Liege winner Simon Gerrans penciled in for the Vuelta al

The return of 2014 Liege-Bastogne-Liege winner Simon Gerrans has been penciled in for the Vuelta al País Vasco in early April following his elbow injury sustained at the Strade Bianche.

Para-cycling World Championships by the dozen for Gallagher

Australian Michael Gallagher a nine-time track and road world champion is looking to add to his tally at his twelfth straight UCI Para-cycling World Championships.

SHIMANO MTB Grand Prix Series at James Estate

250 racers lined up for the first SHIMANO Mountain Bike Grand Prix race in 2015 held Upper Hunter Valley, seven-hour winners Andrew Finlayson & Su Pretto..

Girdlestone to defend Le Race title in Christchurch

Seventeen year old South African born Christchurch cyclist Keagan Girdlestone is one year stronger to defend his Coffee Culture Le Race in Christchurch Saturday.

Absa Cape Epic stg 2 Czech Strongman Sails Through The Wind

Strong and cold winds turned Tuesday’s Stage 2 of the Absa Cape Epic South Africa into an exceptionally tough one with Czech strongman Jaroslav Kulhavy powered through it.

Matthews to lead ORICA-GreenEDGE ambitions at Milano-Sanremo

Multiple grand tour stage winner Michael Matthews will lead ORICA-GreenEDGE at the Milano-Sanremo, the first Classic of 2015, this Sunday.

Absa Cape Epic - Day Of Drama At Absa Cape Epic

In a day of drama, Christoph Sauser Monday laid down a significant marker in his bid to become the first person to win the Absa Cape Epic South Africa five times.

Absa Cape Epic Giger and Gujan Spring An Early Surprise

Swiss riders Fabian Giger and Martin Gujan (Novus OMX Pro) sprung something of a surprise in Sunday’s Absa Cape Epic Prologue South Africa.

World class standard set at Masters Track Nationals in Sydney

Australian Masters Track Cycling National Champs action concluded on Saturday with stand out performers from Kerry Knowler and Joanne Tralaggan

Sport and recreation still a big part of Kiwi lives

Sport and recreation continue to play a big part in the lives of Kiwis, according to the latest Active New Zealand survey released by Sport NZ today.