News29 Aug 2014

Podcast: Scrymgeour asks fans to back women's cycling

Kristy Scrymgeour is a former professional athlete, turned, journalist, press officer, team manager, advocate, fan and everything between.

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News29 Aug 2014

Book Review: The Cycling Anthology, Volume 4

If you like cycling and like reading, though hopefully not at the same time, the latest edition of The Cycling Anthology, reviewed by Anthony Tan, could be for you.

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News29 Aug 2014

Orica-GreenEDGE backs Chaves as Matthews loses Vuelta lead

Orica-GreenEDGE may have lost the Vuelta a Espana race lead, but the team is still in a strong position with Esteban Chaves moving up to fifth overall.

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News29 Aug 2014

Valverde reclaims race lead, as cream rises to the top

Alejandro Valverde once more leads the Vuelta a Espana after putting his signature kick to good use to zip away from his rivals in the finale of the race's sixth stage.

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THURSDAY 28 AUGUST 2014

News28 Aug 2014

Travis Meyer to return to racing at Tour of China

Travis Meyer will make his return to racing at the UCI 2.1 Tour of China I after being hit by a car while training in April.

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News28 Aug 2014

Podcast: Vuelta a Bling, MPCC, Worlds and chatting with Wiasak

In this week’s show we talk Vuelta, 'Bling' and 'Dega', discuss the topic of cortisone, the MPCC, consider Australia’s team or possible team headed to Ponferrada and end with a chat with Rebecca Wiasak about the women’s NRS and how women’s cycling is progressing in Australia.

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News28 Aug 2014

Commonwealth track stars return to road at Tour of Gippsland

Victoria’s Gippsland region is set to shine next week when 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games gold medallists spin into town.

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News28 Aug 2014

Tour of Gippsland start list

Provisional starters for the Tour of Gippsland, 3 - 7 September, part of the Subaru National Road Series.

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News28 Aug 2014

Boasson Hagen to join MTN-Qhubeka in 2015

Edvald Boasson Hagen will race for the professional continental team MTN-Qhubeka in 2015 after five years with Team Sky.

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News28 Aug 2014

Degenkolb doubles his Vuelta tally, Matthews leads

John Degenkolb won his second stage in as many as days at La Vuelta a España despite the protestations of one of his rivals. Australia's Michael Matthews meanwhile retained the overall lead although admitted he struggled to grapple with the crosswinds the plagued the day's racing.

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WEDNESDAY 27 AUGUST 2014

News27 Aug 2014

Increasing depth in women's peloton evident in World Cup results

One round remains in the 2014 UCI Women's Road World Cup, and so far, eight different riders have won each of the eight rounds.

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News27 Aug 2014

Upcoming cycling on SBS

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SBS will broadcast eight stages of the Vuelta a Espana live in September in addition to daily highlights of the third Grand Tour of the year.

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News27 Aug 2014

Australian long list named for UCI Road World Champs

Cycling Australia has announced the elite and under 23 men's long team selections for the 2014 UCI Road World Championships which will be held in Ponferrada, Spain, 21-28 September 2014.

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News27 Aug 2014

Matthews keeps Vuelta lead as Degenkolb wins Stage 4

Australia's Michael Matthews finished third on Stage 4 of the Vuelta a Espana to retain the overall lead while John Degenkolb won the sprint finish.

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TUESDAY 26 AUGUST 2014

News26 Aug 2014

Specialized-Lululemon excel in Swedish World Cup

Specialized-lululemon, Chantal Blaak and Lizzie Armitstead were the big winners when the women's peloton headed north to Sweden for the Open de Suede Vargarda World Cup.

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