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Entries for all IRONMAN races in Australia and New Zealand now open

IRONMAN racing is set to return to New Zealand and Australia in style in 2021, with all races across the region open for entry from today.


Very convincing victory for Caleb Ewan in his first Scheldeprijs

Australian pro cyclists Caleb Ewan from Lotto Soudal was supreme in the streets of Schoten, Belgium, in a mass sprint, which was marred by a serious crash.


Positive Tests - Mitchelton-SCOTT withdraws from Giro d’Italia

Australian team Mitchelton-SCOTT, in agreement with RCS Sport, has withdrawn its team from the current Giro d’Italia following the results of the first rest day RT-PCR tests.


Young Italian duo to join Mitchelton-SCOTT ranks in 2021

Australian Pro cycling team Mitchelton-SCOTT has signed young Italian duo Arianna Fidanza and Kevin Colleoni to join their women’s and men’s teams for the next two seasons.


Masters best of downhillers in bog at world championships

Taranaki’s Ed Masters proved the best of the Altherm Cycling New Zealand riders amid the carnage on the downhill course to bring down the curtain on the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Austria.


Vincent Luis makes it three from three in Arzachena

It was another fantastic World Cup with a stellar line up and brand new course on the Italian island of Sardinia, but the result was to be a familiar one.


Muddy conditions challenging for kiwi riders at world champs

A wet and slippery track brought about the expected carnage with most pre-race favourites including New Zealand champion Anton Cooper,


Flora Duffy dazzles in Arzachena World Cup

It was one of those performances you just had to take a step back and admire as Flora Duffy took the tough Arzachena World Cup course by the neck and raced


Yates withdrawn from Giro d’Italia following positive COVID-19 result

Tirreno-Adriatico champion Simon Yates will not start the eighth stage of the Giro d’Italia today following a positive COVID-19 result.


Masters best of kiwis to qualify for downhill final at world champs

Taranaki professional Ed Masters was the leading New Zealand downhill rider in qualifying at the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Austria.