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European racing opportunity for women’s NRS Thursday, 21 March 20190

European racing opportunity for women’s NRS

Cycling Australia (CA) is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for National Road Series (NRS) registered female cyclists to take part in a winter racing program in Belgium.
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CA announce 2019 Domestic Broadcast Details Wednesday, 20 March 20190

CA announce 2019 Domestic Broadcast Details

Kayo Sports to showcase a wide range of Australian cycling action to more people and more devices than ever before.

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Ben Dyball does the double with Oceania Road Race win in Tasmania Wednesday, 20 March 20190

Ben Dyball does the double with Oceania Road Race win in Tasmania

Ben Dyball (Australia) completed a golden double on the final day of competition at the 2019 Oceania Road Championships in Tasmania, March 17. The under 23 men's crown was taken out by Tyler Lindorff of Australia as New Zealand's Ella Wyllie picked up the under 19 women's title.
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CA, MTBA & BMXA investigating ‘One Cycling’ Monday, 18 March 20190

CA, MTBA & BMXA investigating ‘One Cycling’

Sport Australia commissioned a report last year by consultants Ernst and Young (EY) on behalf of the three primary cycling organisations in Australia.

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BEN DYBALL AND KATE PERRY WIN 2019 OCEANIA ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP TIME TRIALS Saturday, 16 March 20190

BEN DYBALL AND KATE PERRY WIN 2019 OCEANIA ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP TIME TRIALS

Australia won five of six titles on offer in the time trials on the opening day of the 2019 Oceania Road Championships in Tasmania. Australia’s Kate Perry and Ben Dyball claimed maiden Oceania titles, having previously won five Oceania medals in the discipline between them. Under 23 titles went to Sarah Gigante (Australia) and Liam Magennis (Australia) while Francesca Sewell (Australia) and Finn-Fisher-Black (New Zealand) claimed the under 19 crowns.
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International Women's Day acknowledgements Friday, 8 March 20190

International Women's Day acknowledgements

In celebration of International women’s day, we’re acknowledging four amazing women for their contribution to cycling, off the bike.
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