Dutch star Marianne Vos secured the overall women’s title on the International Cycling Union (UCI) Cyclo-Cross World Cup circuit for the first time with victory in Pontchâteau in France today.
Hosts New Zealand won the best overall nation award as the International Cycling Union Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge came to an end today.
Australia’s Richie Porte triumphed on the final stage of the Tour Down Under as Daryl Impey became the first rider to defend their title at the race.
Belgium’s Toon Aerts will be looking to extend his lead at the top of the men's standings when the penultimate International Cycling Union Cyclo-Cross World Cup event of the season takes place in Pontchâteau in France tomorrow.
Siblings Kai and Saya Sakakibara secured elite titles at the Oceania BMX Championships in New Zealand.
Eddie Dawkins and the madison duo of Campbell Stewart and Aaron Gate secured gold for hosts New Zealand as the International Cycling Union Track World Cup in Cambridge.
Belgium’s Jasper Philipsen was awarded victory on the fifth stage of the Tour Down Under after home favourite Caleb Ewan was relegated following the sprint finish in Strathalbyn.
Defending champions Corey Frieswyk and Sarah Walker will aim to defend their elite titles at the Oceania BMX Championships in New Zealand.
New Zealand got proceedings off to a strong start at their home International Cycling Union Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge today, picking up three gold medals from four events.
Defending champion Daryl Impey claimed victory on the fourth stage of the Tour Down Under to move into second place in the overall standings.
The fifth round of the International Cycling Union's Track Cycling World Cup will begin in Cambridge in New Zealand tomorrow, with two home athletes set to make their debut.
Peter Sagan of Slovakia won the third stage of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Tour Down Under to place pressure on event leader Paddy Bevin of New Zealand who is currently only one second ahead.
Former British cyclist Jess Varnish has been unsuccessful in her effort to prove that she was an employee of British Cycling and UK Sport at an employment tribunal.
New Zealand's Paddy Bevin claimed his first professional win on the second stage of the International Cycling Union's (UCI) Tour Down Under.
Cyclist Brajkovic does not have the "energy or money" to fight doping ban blamed on contaminated supplement
Slovenia's Janez Brajkovic said he does not have the "energy or money" to fight his doping ban despite blaming the positive result on a contaminated supplement.