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Grant Programs Launched To Support Australian MTBer To World And Olympic Success

With the aim of supporting our best Elite and Junior Mountain Bike riders to their best performances on the world stage, two grant programs are announced today by the National body for the sport, Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA).


Commonwealth Games champion wants jersey back

Commonwealth Games champion Anton Cooper wants to regain his national jersey in what is promising to be an exciting showdown at the New Zealand Mountain Bike Championships in Rotorua tomorrow.


52nd NZ Halberg Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year Awards go to cricket and golf, with the Supreme going to Rowing, Coaching & Emerging Talent to cycling ......


Olympic champion returns to Penrith

London Olympic K1 gold medalist Daniele Molmenti headlines a star studded Italian team set to show their slalom prowess at the Australian Open this week.


A tough challenge for the elite men’s field in the State La Grande Swim at Akaroa on Sunday.

New Zealand Open water champion Kane Radford will be making his first appearance of the 2014/2015 State Ocean Swim Series. The Perth-based 24-year-old missed


Fast becoming known as the cycling city, Toowoomba will host a swag of national and international level events in 2015 including the Zarraffa’s Oceania Road Cycling Championships this week.


Meares relaxed ahead of twelfth UCI World Championship campaign

On the eve of her 12th World Championships campaign, ten-time world champion Anna Meares isn’t putting any additional pressure on herself to add another title to a bulging resume.


A world class field of more than 150 athletes will contest the Australian Open at Penrith Whitewater Stadium from 13 to 15 February.


Franks best of Kiwi BMX riders in Australia

Canterbury rider Daniel Franks proved the best of the New Zealand BMX riders at the latest round of the Australian series in Victoria at the weekend.


Australian Paralympic swimming great Matthew Cowdrey announces retirement

Australia’s most successful Paralympian Matthew Cowdrey has today announced his retirement from competitive swimming.