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Let's Ride rolls out a range of new school riding programs in 2018

A host of exciting new introductions will roll out in 2018 in Cycling Australia (CA) flagship children’s riding program, Let’s Ride.

Gilbert gets boost ahead of junior worlds

Kiwi kayaker Callum Gilbert will head into next week’s under-23 canoe slalom world championships with his tail up after a top-30 finish in the latest World Cup in Germany.

Athletics NZ roundup

Athletics NZ roundup including North and South Island Cross Country Championships, Kiwi track results from overseas and results of road races from around New Zealand

XTERRA Victoria - Kiwi Kieran McPherson wins

Kiwi Kieran McPherson wins XTERRA Victoria off-road triathlon against Josiah Middaugh at Durrance Lake in British Columbia, Canada on Sunday. Leads Xterra Pan Am Tour

ITU Tiszy Coldwell wins, mens cancelled

British triathlete Sophie Coldwell reigns supreme in Tiszy, while mens race in cancelled mid way due to a storm

Tour de France - Kiwi in polka dot jersey

Kiwi pro cyclists Dion Smith had a historic day on the roads in stage 2 of the Tour de France. Smith slipped into the breakaway and was looking for the points of the mountain in the only listed climb of the day.

Tour de France: Peter Sagan wins stage two, takes yellow jersey

After being so narrowly beaten to the top spot on yesterday’s opening stage of the Tour de France, the UCI World Champion, Peter Sagan, wasn’t going to be denied today.

60th birthday of SCOTT Sports on stage two of Tour de France

SCOTT is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2018. To commemorate, Mitchelton-SCOTT will ride today's second stage at the Tour de France with SCOTT helmets in retro design and wear SCOTT sunglasses of the original design of 1988.

Tour de France Stage 1 - Fernando Gaviria wins

Tour de France favourite Chris Froome crashes in the opening stage, while Colombian Fernando Gaviria won the opening stage .

Schilling, Illes win 2018 Multisport World Championships

Danish triathlete and Olympian Andrea Schilling produced the race of his career to earn the duathlon world title while Sandrina Illes from Austria seized the title in the elite women’s race.