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Track/News20 Dec 2014

Ankudinoff, Edmondson conquer national omnium titles

Alexander Edmondson defended his national omnium title and Ashlee Ankudinoff notched up a career hat-trick of omnium crowns at the Darebin International Sports Centre, Melbourne on Friday.

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Road/News20 Dec 2014

Dowsett confirms Hour record plans, joins Bobridge, Dennis

Alex Dowsett will make an attempt to break the revised world hour record in February, next year, the Brit has announced.

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Road/News20 Dec 2014

Uran charts course for a Giro and Tour double

Etixx-Quick-Step’s Rigoberto Uran has detailed his 2015 plans, which will take him the start lines of both the Giro d’Italia and Tour de France.

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FRIDAY 19 DECEMBER 2014

Road/News19 Dec 2014

Roulston chasing history at New Zealand championships

Hayden Roulston will be chasing a slice of history at the New Zealand Road Championships in Christchurch next month.

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Road/News19 Dec 2014

Movistar names Tour Down Under team

Movistar will return to the Santos Tour Down Under in 2015 with an experienced squad of riders eager to make their mark.

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Track/News19 Dec 2014

Edmondson, Ankudinoff lead omnium national champs

Alexander Edmondson (SA) and Ashlee Ankudinoff (NSW) lead the race for national omnium honours after three from six rounds in the event held on Friday at the Darebin International Sports Centre in Thornbury, Melbourne.

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Video19 Dec 2014

Bobridge aims for the hour record

Jack Bobridge will be the first Australian to attempt the revitalised world hour record.

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Road/News19 Dec 2014

Under suspension Santambrogio positive again

Mauro Santambrogio appears a two-time loser in the anti-doping game after returning an ‘Adverse Analytical Finding’ shortly before his current ban had expired.

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THURSDAY 18 DECEMBER 2014

Road/News18 Dec 2014

Hansen documents another Lotto training camp

Lotto-Soudal hardman Adam Hansen brought his usual levity and idiosyncratic insight to yet another team pre-season training camp.

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Track/News18 Dec 2014

Bobridge confident of smashing hour record

Individual pursuit world record holder Jack Bobridge has confirmed he will attempt to break the world hour record on Saturday 31 January, at the Darebin International Sports Centre in Melbourne.

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Road/News18 Dec 2014

Avanti to draw on Kiwi talent for New Zealand Cycle Classic

National Road Series champion Joe Cooper will headline the Avanti Racing team for the UCI 2.2 New Zealand Cycle Classic in January.

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Road/Blog18 Dec 2014

From Cobra to cobbler

He’s so over the top that if cycling did not have Riccardo Ricco it would have to invent him.

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WEDNESDAY 17 DECEMBER 2014

Road/Blog17 Dec 2014

Furka Pass: Shaken not stirred

“Bond, James Bond,” Sean Connery uttered in the way only he could to the disgruntled Honor Blackman as she inspected her shredded tyres by the roadside of the Furka Pass.

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MONDAY 15 DECEMBER 2014

Road/Blog15 Dec 2014

Cycling is the best of the sporting rest

Last week was a depressing one for cycling, with the Astana fiasco representative of many of the sport's seemingly intractable problems.

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Road/Blog15 Dec 2014

Five things that couldn't help but inspire you in 2014

There were five key moments that defined the 2014 road cycling scene for Al Hinds. You may or may not agree.

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FRIDAY 12 DECEMBER 2014

Video12 Dec 2014

Koen de Kort Interview

The Dutchman has made an off season home in Melbourne and will race the St Kilda Supercrit.

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Video12 Dec 2014

Steele Von Hoff Interview

The Australian sprinter is set for a change of team and has some clear goals.

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Video12 Dec 2014

Greg Henderson Interview

The gregarious Kiwi has rebounded from injury and will race the Santos Tour Down Under.

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THURSDAY 11 DECEMBER 2014

Road/Blog11 Dec 2014

Meanwhile, at the cricket

As the cycling world falls into its umpteenth doping crisis this year, month, day, err, hour, fuelled by fresh allegations over the advice that banned doctor Michele Ferrari did or didn’t give to nearly 40 cyclists a few moons ago, Michael Clarke, Australia’s cricket captain was injected with, well who knows what exactly, “legally” to miraculously recover from a innings-ending back injury, score a hundred, and be an all-out hero.

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