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Mathew Hayman: The time has come...

2016 Paris-Roubaix champion and Mitchelton-SCOTT road captain Mathew Hayman has penned a note on his cycling future. Hear from him below:


New Zealand track cyclists eye start to international season

New Zealand track riders take their first pedal strokes of the international season at the Oceania Championship in Adelaide next month.


IAAF air quality monitors

The IAAF has today reached a substantial milestone in its campaign to raise awareness of the effects of air pollution, with the installation of its first stadium air quality monitor in Monaco.


Hales, Paterson win XTERRA Trail Run Nationals

Brett Hales from Layton, Utah and Lesley Paterson from Scotland won the 14th annual XTERRA Trail Run National Championship half-marathon at Snowbasin Resort on Sunday, September 16, 2018


Yates wins first Grand Tour and the first for an Australian-owned men’s team

26-year-old Simon Yates has rolled across the line in Madrid to claim his maiden Grand Tour at the La Vuelta a Espana, creating history in the process as the first Grand Tour victory for an Australian-owned team, Mitchelton-SCOTT.


Mayer broke the decathlon world record

World champion Kevin Mayer broke the decathlon world record* at the Decastar meeting in Talence on Sunday (16), scoring 9126 at the final IAAF Combined Events Challenge fixture of 2018.


Moving Closer to the sub 2 Hour Marathon

Not since the days of the first sub-four-minute mile has one barrier attracted so much focus in the world of athletics, but talk of the first sub-two-hour marathon has reignited after Eliud Kipchoge’s 2:01:39


McPherson, Snyder Win XTERRA Pan America Tour Elite Titles

XTERRA Pan American Tour made up of 12 events, won by Kiwi Kieran McPherson & Fabiola Corona from Mexico


Middaugh, Paterson win XTERRA Pan Am Championship

Josiah Middaugh from Eagle-Vail, Colorado and Lesley Paterson from Scotland captured the 15th annual XTERRA Pan American off-road triathlon elite


World Rowing Champs Silver & Bronze

The Women’s Double Sculls wins Silver and the Men’s Double Sculls takes home Bronze amongst incredibly tough competition in Plovdiv, Bulgaria today.