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Alice Robinson claims second top 10 result of the season

Alice Robinson of Queenstown of has finished in ninth place at the FIS World Cup Giant Slalom held in Italy overnight. This is Robinson’s second ninth place finish for the 2021 season.


Gravel & Tar

Aaron Gate and Olivia Ray showed their offroad prowess to claim the honours in the UCI 1.2 category Gravel & Tar races in the Manawatu.


Zoi Sadowski-Synnott “stoked” 2nd place LAAX Open FIS World Cup

Zoi Sadowski-Synnott is "stoked" to have claimed the silver medal at the LAAX Open FIS Slopestyle World Cup overnight in Switzerland, finishing less than two points behind winner Jamie Anderson (USA).


Groves takes third on Santos Festival of Cycling stage two as Durbridge retains race lead

Stage one winner Australian Luke Durbridge maintained his overall race lead at the Santos Festival of Cycling as teammate Kaden Groves sprinted to third on a tough stage two in Lobethal.


AOC Response to Tokyo rumour

Both Japanese Prime Minister Suga and IOC President Bach have this week strongly reaffirmed their commitment to the Tokyo Olympic Games going ahead in July this year.


Santos Festival of Cycling stage 1 - Durbridge first victory of 2021

Australian time trial champion Luke Durbridge soloed to an emphatic victory on the opening stage of the Santos Festival of Cycling to take Team BikeExchange's first victory of the 2021 season.


International cycling focus on Gravel & Tar races in Manawatu

The international cycling focus remains on New Zealand with the UCI 1.2 Gravel and Tar event for men and women in Manawatu on Saturday.


NZOC preparing team for vastly different Olympic Games

With Saturday January 23rd marking six months to the postponed Tokyo Olympic Games, the New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) is ramping up its preparations for a vastly different Olympic Games.


Ruahine Kayaks Rangitikei River Race 2021

The 2021 Ruahine Kayaks Rangitikei River Race was held in good conditions on January 17th, 78 paddlers hit the start line for this year’s event and a good solid day of paddling on the awa was had by all. With the majority of paddlers also competing a


Eyes Of The International Cycling World Were On Wairarapa & Wellington

Despite Covid-19 restrictions preventing many international riders from competing in last week’s thrilling New Zealand Cycle Classic, there was still plenty of international interest, says race director Jorge Sandoval.