Cycling New Zealand has named a 14-strong team to contest the UCI Junior World Track Cycling Championships in Switzerland, including second-time representative Corbin Strong and first-time sprinter Sophie-Leigh Bloxham, from Invercargill. Read Article
More than 160 track cyclists from more than 40 schools took part in the inaugural National School Track Championships in Cambridge this week, including brothers Ronan and Conor Shearing from James Hargest College, in Invercargill. Read Article
Well it has been a mighty big few weeks – but there is no rest for the wicked and tomorrow we head out to Fairweather Road with more than 70 secondary school students for the Southland-Otago Schools Road Champs – should be a great day of competition and fingers cross the rain clouds hold off! Read Article
Wow – what a Track National Championship series that was!
Everyone involved with team Southland, from the riders and coaches, to the parents, family and supporters and our super reliable band of willing volunteers – you are all super stars and you did yourselves proud. Read Article
Accommodation in Invercargill is booked solid as a run of big events keep visitors coming to the city.
This week track cyclist from around the country will descend on the city for the Age Group Track Cycling National Championships. Read Article
Kiwi teenage talent Campbell Stewart gave a hint of his prodigious future with a close fifth placing in the omnium on the penultimate day of the UCI track cycling world championships in the Dutch city of Apeldo Read Article