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Tuesday Finals | Tuesday Qualifying

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NEWS ARCHIVE

Sprinter in race against time for London Olympics

The emergence of the New Zealand women's sprint programme at this week's Oceania championships has left Natasha Hansen in a race against time to be ready for the London Olympics. <read more>

As mechanic he is worth his weight in carbon

When Chris O'Connor was a little nipper he got so upset at not being able to fix his bike he ran into the house crying. <read more>

Successful week for NZ track competitiors

The Oceania Track Championships have finished up in Invercargill and the country's top cyclists are already on their way to Colombia. <read more>

Rhino barges his way into Olympic consideration

A number of New Zealand cyclists made big statements to their Olympic rivals this week with some hugely impressive performances at the Oceania track cycling championships but the biggest one Simon Van Velthooven made was with the New Zealand Olympic selectors. <read more>

Sam Webster elated by elusive win

Was Sam Webster happy to finally bank the men's sprint title at the Oceania Championships in Invercargill last night? <read more>

A new national sprint cycling king

Auckland's Sam Webster has taken out the men's sprint event on the final night of the Oceania track cycling championships in Invercargill. <read more>

Aussie star on track to another world title

Remember the name Caleb Ewan. You'll be hearing it a bit more in nine months. <read more>

Rhino thunders to gold in keirin

This week's Oceania track cycling championships have been about Kiwi riders making a statement of intent as the buildup to next year's Olympic Games gathers momentum. <read more>

Quick times boost for velodrome

New Zealand's world-class team pursuit times at this week's Oceania Championships could have an added bonus for the ILT Velodrome and next year's junior world track championships in Invercargill. <read more>

Kiwi cycle stars rewrite pursuit record books

New Zealand pursuiters Alison Shanks and Jesse Sergent were the star attractions at the Oceania track championships in Invercargill last night as they rewrote the record books. <read more>

Women's pursuiters focus on going faster

The New Zealand women's team pursuiters, fresh from posting the world's fastest time at sea level in their comprehensive victory over Australia at the Oceania Track Championships, have quickly turned their attentions to going even faster. <read more>

Kiwis put heat on world record

The New Zealand women's team pursuit team set the fastest time ever seen at sea level as the records tumbled on the opening day of the Oceania track cycling championships in Invercargill yesterday. <read more>

'No 2  wagon' maps out post-Olympic trials

Sam Bewley – the man they call Wagon – won't say which professional road team he is hitching himself to for next season but for now his focus is on New Zealand track cycling's Olympic campaign. <read more>

Team pursuit the focus for Shanks

21/11/2011 - There's no `I' in team for New Zealand cyclist Alison Shanks. The Commonwealth Games gold medallist and 2009 world champion in the individual pursuit has swapped that event to focus on the team pursuit which will be contested in next year's London Olympics. <read more>

Roulston Withdraws from NZ team

20/11/2011 - New Zealand road cycling champion Hayden Roulston has withdrawn from the track squad to focus his attentions on his road racing career. <read more>

Archbold - I'll go it alone

20/11/2011 - Shane Archbold has become used to being a marked man during his short cycling career and even the potential challenge of Olympic medallist Hayden Roulston at next week's Oceania Games in Invercargill doesn't worry him too much. <read more>

Coach in a hurry fast tracks team to London

19/11/2011 - Justin Grace wants cycling in New Zealand to live in the fast lane. The BikeNZ coach has fought a battle to create a world-class group of track sprinters with sights firmly fixed on the podium at the 2012 London Olympics. <read more>

Dawkins sets sights on London

19/11/2011 - When Eddie Dawkins went down heavily in the Russian industrial town of Tula midway through this year, his Olympic hopes came to a painful, skin-tearing halt. <read more>

Oceania Champs loom as virtual Olympic trial

18/11/2011 - Next week's Oceania cycling championships in Invercargill loom as a virtual Olympic trial and a shadow New Zealand Olympic squad will be named after the event. <read more>

Depth of cycling poses selection problems

16/11/2011 - The depth of New Zealand track cycling is causing some welcome problems as BikeNZ looks ahead to next year's London Olympics. <read more>

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