The Oceania Road and Time Trial Championships will be held from March 16-18th 2012 in Queenstown, New Zealand. The Central Otago Wakatipu Cycling Club will be proud to welcome all athletes, families and friends to this international cycling event and help to showcase some of the finest scenery and recreation the country has to offer. We are excited to continue the rich history and value of this important race and look forward to crowning the future Oceania Champions.
2012 OCEANIA ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
18/03/2012 - The Oceania elite men’s cycling road race honours proved a winning double for Canterbury riders. Christchurch rider Paul Odlin outlasted a classy field over a demanding course near Queenstown to claim the elite men’s title over 153kms today. <full report>
Meanwhile sprint finishes decided both women’s honours in the UCI Oceania road cycling championships near Queenstown on Saturday. Australians prevailed in both the junior and elite women’s titles raced in ideal conditions around a challenging circuit near Arrowtown. <full report>
Results from the road races at the 2012 Oceania Road Championships
16/03/2012 - The Australians have dominated proceeding at Nugget Point, winning 12 of the 15 medals from Friday's Time Trials at the Distinction Hotel Oceania Road Championships in Queenstown. <full report>
Alex McGregor won yesterday's elite round of the cycling series on the South Island's West Coast near Hokitika, while series leader Cameron Karwowski (H&J's Outdoor World Avanti Plus) was fourth, enough to hold on to the elite series leader's jersey.
The Southland-based para-cycling pairing of Phillipa Gray and pilot Kylie Young will make their world championship debut together in Mexico this week, along with fellow Southland sighted pilot Laura Fairweather who will debut with para-cycling's newest star Emma Foy.