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Dewhurst blogs on the BDO Auck to Wellington cycle race - day 2

Two days done and five to go for Broadcaster and Commentator Andrew Dewhurst at the BDO wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge for 2015, and it has been a mixed bag for yours truly but I have loved every minute of it……well okay, maybe the climb

Trek World Racing professional, George Brannigan pulled out a superb ride to break the three minute barrier and retain his elite men’s downhill title at the National Mountain Bike Cham

Glover and Richter win the 8th Santa Cruz Coppermine Epic

Nelson local Ethan Glover wins the Santa Cruz Coppermine Epic for the third year in a row, in a time of 2:07:36. Glover also took the king of the mountain title, being the first rider up to the top of Fringed Hill.

Lisa Carrington eased to her seventh straight K1 200m title on the final day of the Canoe Racing New Zealand national championships at Lake Karapiro today.

2015 New Zealand Cycle Classic winner Taylor Gunman (NZL/Avanti Racing) and Lauren Kitchen (AUS/Hitec) have added the Oceania titles to their growing resume's while David Edwards (AUS/CharterMason)

Rising stars highlight NZ canoe racing champs

New Zealand's next generation of top paddling talent shone through on the second day of the Canoe Racing New Zealand national championships at Lake Karapiro today.

Aussie trio advance to K1W final

Jessica Fox, Alison Borrows and Rosalyn Lawrence have advanced to the K1W Australian Open final on Sunday after finishing in the top 10 on today’s semifinal.

Anton Cooper reclaims NZ national mountain bike title

Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Anton Cooper has reclaimed New Zealand Mountain Bike Championship honours after winning the elite men’s cross country race in Rotorua today.

Jackson Carman (AUS) and Kristina Clonan (AUS) have been crowned Oceania road race champions after victories on day two of the 2015 Zarraffas Coffee Oceania Road Cycling Championships in Toowoomba on Saturday.

Australian Slalom Canoe Open - Peschier the man to beat in C1

Frenchman Nicolas Peschier will be the man to beat in the C1M final at the Australian Slalom Canoe Open in Penrith on Sunday. The world number 21 built on his heat win on Friday