NZ VS AUSTRALIA AT THE 2014 OCEANIA CHAMPIONSHIPS
The 2014 Oceania Track Cycling Championships will be held at Invercargill's SIT Zero Fees Velodrome from 19 to 22 November.
For information from past Oceania Championships, visit our Oceania Track Archive.
Session 8 Friday 22 November - All that glitters was not gold for the New Zealand cycling team, who made strong gains this week despite playing second fiddle to the Australians on the final night of the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships at Invercargill.
Session 7 Friday 22 November - After producing the two fastest times ever in this country in qualifying, Kiwi star Eddie Dawkins takes on Australian Matthew Glaetzer in tonight’s sprint final at the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships at Invercargill.
Session 6 Thursday 21 November - World champion Aaron Gate has a fight on his hands in an exciting men’s omnium contest at the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships in Invercargill.
Session 5 Thursday 21 November - Talented teenager Dylan Kennett showed a glimpse of his outstanding ability as the omnium competition got underway on the third day of the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships at Invercargill this morning.
Session 4 Wednesday 20 November - The elder statesman of the New Zealand men’s track cycling programme, Marc Ryan, got to enjoy his moment in the sun when he took out the individual pursuit title on the second night of finals at the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships in Invercargill.
Session 3 Wednesday 20 November - Australian great Anna Meares showed her class to cruise into the final of the women’s keirin on the second day of the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships at Invercargill today.
Session 2 Tuesday 19 November - Southland sprinter Eddie Dawkins produced a stunning final lap to guide the New Zealand men’s team sprint to a well-earned win on the first session of the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships in Invercargill.
Session 1 Tuesday 19 November - New Zealand men’s team sprint broke the national record to top qualifiers on the first session of the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships in Invercargill.
Tuesday 19th November
|1||U19 Men Omnium Flying Lap||results|
|2||Women 4000m Team Pursuit Qualifying||results|
|2A||U19 Women 4000m Team Pursuit Final||results|
|4||U19 Men 3000m Individual Pursuit Qualifying||results|
|5||U19 Men Omnium Points Race||results|
|6||Women Team Sprint Qualifying||results|
|7||Men Team Sprint Qualifying||results|
|7A||Men Standing Lap||results|
|8||U19 Men 3000m Individual Pursuit Final||results|
|9A||Women U19 Team Sprint Final||results|
|9||Women Team Sprint Final||results|
|10A||U19 Men Team Sprint Final||results|
|10||Men Team Sprint Final||results|
|11||Women 4000m Team Pursuit Final||results|
|12||Men 4000m Team Pursuit Final||results|
|13||U19 Men Omnium Elimination||results|
|14||Women U19 500m Time Trial Final||results|
|15||Women 500m Time Trial Final||results|
|16||Men 1000m Time Trial||results|
|17||Women U19 7.5km Scratch Final||results|
|18||Women 10km Scratch Final||results|
|19||Men 15km Scratch Final||results|
Wednesday 20th November
|20||Women Keirin First Round||results|
|21||U19 Women Individual Pursuit Qualifying||results|
|22||Women 3000m Individual Pursuit Qualifying||results|
|23||Men 4000m Individual Pursuit Qualifying||results|
|24||U19 Men Omnium Individual Pursuit||results|
|24A||U19 Women Points Race Final||results|
|25||U19 Men Omnium 10km Scratch||results|
|26||U19 Men 1000m Time Trial||results|
|27||U19 Women 2000m Individual Pursuit Final||results|
|28||Women 3000m Individual Pursuit||results|
|29||Men 4000m Individual Pursuit||results|
|30||U19 Men Omnium Time Trial||results | standings|
|32||Women Keirin Final||results|
|33||U19 Men 20km Points||results|
Thursday 21st November
|34A||Women U19 Sprint Qualifying||results|
|34||Men U19 Sprint Qualifying||results|
|35||Women Omnium Flying Lap||results|
|36||Men Omnium Flying Lap||results|
|36A||Women U19 Sprint Quarter Final||results|
|37||Men U19 Sprint First Round||results|
|38||Men Keirin First Round||results|
|39||Women Omnium Points Race||results|
|40||Men Omnium Points Race||results|
|41||Men Keirin Repecharge||results|
|41A||Women U19 Sprint 5-8||results|
|43||Men Keirin Semi Final||results|
|44A||Women U19 Sprint Semi Final||results|
|44||Men U19 Sprint Semi Final||results|
|45||Women Omnium Elimination||results | standings|
|46||Men Omnium Elimination||results | standings|
|47||Men U19 4000m Team Pursuit||results|
|48A||Women U19 Sprint Final||results|
|48||Men U19 Sprint Final||results|
|49||Men Keirin Final 7-12||results|
|50||Men Keirin 1-6||results|
|51||Men U19 10km Scratch||results|
|52||Men 30km Points||results|
Friday 22nd November
|53||Men Sprint Qualifying||results|
|54||Women Sprint Qualifying||results|
|55||Men Sprint Eighth Final||results|
|56||Women Sprint Quarter Final||results|
|57||Men Sprint Quarter Final||results|
|58||Women Omnium Individual Pursuit||results|
|59||Men Omnium Individual Pursuit||results|
|60||Women Sprint Semi Final||results|
|61||Men Sprint Semi Final||results|
|62||Women Sprint 5-8 place||results|
|63||Men Sprint 5-8 place||results|
|63A||Women U19 Keirin First Round||results|
|63B||Men U19 Keirin First Round||results|
|64||Women Omnium Scratch||results|
|65||Men Omnium Scratch||results|
|66||Women Sprint Final||results|
|67||Men Sprint Final||results|
|68||Women Omnium Time Trial||results | standings|
|69||Men Omnium Time Trial||results | standings|
|69A||Women U19 Keirin Final||results|
|69B||Men U19 Keirin Final 7-12||results|
|69C||Men U19 Keirin Final 1-6||results|
|70||Women Points Final||results|
|71||Men Madison Final||results|
Monday 18 November - SIT Zero Fees Velodrome
18:00 Team Manager's Meeting
Tuesday 19 to Friday 22 November
10:30 and 18:30 - Track Championships
Note: The UCI Festival of Speed Tier 1 track event is to be held in Invercargill on Saturday 16 November to Sunday 17 November.
The best Elite and under-19 track cycling talent from New Zealand and Australia line up for four days of outstanding racing. With crucial world championship qualification points and Commonwealth Games' selection on the line, frenetic action is assured. Get the best seat in the house at Invercargill's newly-renamed SIT Zero Fees Velodrome for an up close and personal look at some of the best value-for-money sporting action this year.
Tickets to the Evening Finals sessions are just $10 for adults and $5 for Students/Senior Citizens with Morning Qualifying sessions just $5 for Adults with Students/Senior Citizens free.
You can also purchase a Week Pass which gets you in to every Oceania Championships session, along with all three UCI Festival of Speed sessions for just $90 for adults and $45 for Students/Senior Citizens.
Tickets are available through Stadium Southland, Surrey Park Invercargill, or on +64 3 217 1200.