2423 Results

Sprinters on form as Kiwi women lead the way in Olympic quest

The sprinters led the way for New Zealand on the final day of the opening UCI Track World Cup in Paris.

William Green flies in and upstages favourites in Hell of the South

William Green upstaged all the pre-race favourites to win Cycle Surgery Hell of the South. Sharlotte Lucas was an impressive solo winner

The winners have been crowned at the 12th edition of the Whaka100.

Course records have been broken as top mountain bikers took on the Whaka100 Mountain Bike Marathon presented by CamelBak at the Whakarewarewa forest in Rotorua today.

Dawkins finds sprint silver lining as Cumming emerges in Paris

Powerful Kiwi sprinter Eddie Dawkins produced a superb silver medal performance to light up the Vantage New Zealand team on the penultimate day of the opening UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Paris.

Trentin shows his late season form to win stage five of the Tour of Guangxi

After consistent top ten sprint finishes so far in the Tour of Guangxi, European champion Matteo Trentin got everything right on today’s penultimate stage to claim his first victory for Mitchelton-SCOTT and his first victory in the European jersey.

Urs Huber and Sarah White are the 2018 Crocodile Trophy Champions

Urs Huber wins his fifth Crocodile Trophy Champion title today in Port Douglas after eight days and 27:38:30,7 of racing and sets a new record in the 24-year history of the event

Whaka100 - Rotorua Isuzu Shoot Out

Day one of Whaka100 weekend was a success with the Rotorua Isuzu Shoot Out taking place at the Whakarewarewa forest in Rotorua today.

Silver smile and record for women, last tangle in Paris for men team sprint

The Vantage New Zealand elite track cycling team’s girl power led the way to the podium on day two of the opening Tissot UCI World Cup in France.

Crocodile Trophy stg 7 - Swiss domination

Konny Looser wins today's finish sprint by one meter against Urs Huber. The stage was a classic 102 km marathon from Skybury Coffee to Wetherby Station in Mount Molloy had started with a mellow 30 km

Cycling showdown for double header Calder Stewart Banks Peninsula Bays

The elite men’s race is shaping up as a showdown between New Zealand’s best domestic based riders and a number of professionals returning from long overseas seasons as the Calder Stewart Cycling series hits Canterbury for its final double header week