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UCI Women’s WorldTour announced

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has announced the UCI Women’s WorldTour calendar for the next season.

Challenge Wanaka to host national champs again

Challenge Wanaka will once again host the New Zealand National AquaBike Championship on Saturday 16th February 2019.

Mitchelton-SCOTT names Tour de France team

Kiwi Jack Bauer in Australian outfit Mitchelton-SCOTT's line up at the Tour de France, as they are poised to deliver results across the three-week race as it maintains its focus on the general classification.

Climbers boost record AIMS Games entries

A record 10,851 intermediate-aged competitors have entered September’s week-long long tournament in Tauranga, coming from more than 320 schools all over New Zealand and the Pacific.

Tour de Suisse: Porte Wins Yellow Jersey

Aussie pro cyclist Richie Porte sealed the overall victory in his debut at the Tour de Suisse

Vidaraid Adventure Team – Champions at the ARJAdventure Race Japan!

Team Vidaraid Adventure wins the latest round of the Adventure Racing World Series - ARJAdventure Race Japan!

Gran Fondo World Tour - Norway

Knut Sande and Luise Jjungnickel take top position for Styrkeproven Peugeot Grand Prix in the Norwegian stage of Gran Fondo World Tour. Jonas Orset keep the leader position with the second position on the event.

Stannard wins final stage at the Giro d’Italia U23

Australian Rob Stannard produced an outstanding time trial to win the final stage of the 2018 Giro d’Italia U23 and climb his way into third place overall for Chinese Continental team Mitchelton-BikeExchange

Australian Sarah Roy with victory on stage three of the Women’s Tour

A stage winner in 2017, Australian Sarah Roy has repeated the feat for Mitchelton-SCOTT on stage three of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour, sprinting to the win from a reduced leading group in Royal Leamington Spa.

Tour de Suisse: Aussie Digs Deep on Stage 7 to Retain Yellow Jersey

Strong teamwork and good legs from Richie Porte saw the Australian climb to third place on the Arosa summit finish on stage 7 of the Tour de Suisse, to retain the race lead with two stages remaining.