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Kiwi mate vs mate in sprint decider of Cambridge World Cup

It was a case of mate vs mate when Kiwi sprinters Sam Webster and Ethan Mitchell went to a deciding third race to secure a spot in the semifinals of the individual sprint on the final day of the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge.


2019 IAAF World Indoor Tour

The 2019 IAAF World Indoor Tour, a series of the six finest indoor meetings on the planet, kicks off one week from today with the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston on 26 January.


Tour Down Under Stage Five: Bevin Down But Hopefully Not Out

Tour Down Under Stage Five: Kiwi tour leader Patrick Bevin crashes, remounted and finished in the peloton then was taken to Calvary Wakefield Hospital


Humphrey and Colgrave Take St Helens Doubles

North West athletes Aaron Humphrey and Jack Colgrave have taken a pair of titles each at the final carnival of the 2018/2019 Fulton Hogan Tasmanian Christmas Carnival series in St Helens.


Australian brother and sister take out Oceania BMX titles in Te Awamutu

Australian brother and sister, Saya and Kai Sakakibara claimed elite titles at the 2019 Oceania BMX Championships in Te Awamutu on Saturday.


UCI Track Cycling World Cup - Two more gold medals for NZ cyclists

New Zealand scored two more victories, both in exciting fashion by the Madison paring on Campbell Stewart and Aaron Gate, and the sprint star Eddie Dawkins, on the second night of finals at the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge.


Kiwi wins round #2 of Australian Junior Series

Triathlon Australia Junior and Youth Series - New Zealander Brea Roddick and Charlotte Derbyshire (SA) delighting the crowd with a sprint finish


Tour Down Under - Ewan has to hand back stage success

Lotto Soudal rider Caleb Ewan first across the line, but only a few moments later, the Australian was relegated to the last place


Red Bull Defiance day 1 - Richie MCCaw crashes, Jones & Busch lead

Red Bull Defiance day 1 saw Richie MCCaw teammate crash heavily , while Cameron Jones and Daniel Busch take the lead


Port Nelson Sea Swim Luke Kelly and Sierra Thomas first home

After a huge weekend in Taupo at the New Zealand Open Water Championship, most of the top young swimmers took a break from the Port Nelson Series last week.