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Swiss mountain biking legend Christoph Sauser’s last Absa Cape Epic Suth Africa as a professional rider ended in triumph
Published: 22/03/2015 by Steve Knowles
Three New Zealand national records have been sent tumbling at Australasia’s highest profile track meeting
Published: 21/03/2015 by Steve Knowles
Switzerland’s Christoph Sauser is 87km away from becoming the first person to win the Absa Cape Epic five times
Heat, dust, headwinds and a mechanical hiccup could not prevent Swiss Christoph Sauser and Czech Jaroslav Kulhavy from winning Stage 5 of the Absa Cape Epic - South Africa
Trans-Tasman rivalry at Mt swim, with top Kiwi Charlotte Webby vs leading Australian Samantha Watts
Dan Barry won todays Coffee Culture Le Race Christchurch outsprinting Richard Lawson to win in two hours and forty seven minutes.
This evening’s Veolia Slopestyle took Queenstown Bike Festival 2015 to new heights with a global field of riders thrilling a packed downtown crowd.
Queenstown put on a show for today’s Torpedo7 Coronet Enduro both in terms of the quality of the field and the perfect ‘bluebird’ weather.
Published: 20/03/2015 by Steve Knowles
South Africans Philip Buys and Matthys Beukes notched up the first South African win in the 2015 Absa Cape Epic after an audacious early break on Wednesday’s rugged 111km Stage 4.
Sport NZ has today launched a new Strategic Plan (2015-20) aimed at ensuring New Zealand remains one of the world’s most successful sporting nations.