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Live National Road Series content to reach more fans than ever before

Cycling Australia (CA) is excited to announce it will deliver the National Road Series (NRS) directly to more fans than ever before with the 2018 season to feature the most live content ever produced.


Australia to stirring silver in Mixed Relay Worlds in Hamburg

Defending champions Australia showed their “never say die spirit” to come from behind with a blinding finish to snatch silver in the ITU Triathlon World Mixed Relay Championship in Hamburg last night.


Five top-10 world-ranked riders in team for Mountain Bike World Championships

With five riders in the top-10 in the world, Cycling New Zealand and MTBNZ have named arguably their strongest ever team for the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships.


Pioneer - Linda Villumsen racing

The open women’s category at the 2018 Pioneer Mountain Bike Stage Race might have found an early favourite, with news that 2017 third place getter Amy Hollamby has convinced multiple Commonwealth Games and World Championships road cycling medalist Li


Tour de France stg 9 - John Degenkolb wins

John Degenkolb won a thrilling ninth stage of the Tour de France over cobbles that saw Greg van Avermaet extend his lead and Richie Porte withdraw


Natalie Van Coevorden earns Mixed Relay World Champion debut

Wollongong’s Natalie Van Coevorden has been rewarded for her consistency in 2018 and will make her debut in Australia’s team to defend its ITU Triathlon Mixed Relay World Championship in Hamburg tonight.


Bella’s fairytale bronze in Denmark

Australia’s Annabel Luxford has turned back the clock at the Multisport World Championships in Denmark’s home of Hans Christian Andersen with a hard fought bronze medal in the Long Distance event in Fyn.


ITU Hamburg wins to Beaugrand & Mola

Cassandre Beaugrand powers to first WTS while Mario Mola makes it three in a row in Hamburg. Aussie Jacob Birtwhistle 5th..


Middaugh Coaching Corner - Training Between Tightly-spaced Races

One of the greatest challenges as both a coach and an athlete is training between several tightly-spaced races. Short local races can fit well into a regular training program


Groenewegen sprints to second stage victory in Tour de France

Dylan Groenewegen has claimed his second consecutive stage victory in stage 8 of the TDF, Greg Van Avermaet in yellow for Roubaix stage