Track World Cup

Australian Cycling Team eager for Brisbane to begin 

The 18-member Australian Team has completed its final training session ahead of the Brisbane 2019-2020 TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup.  The team, which boasts more than forty elite world titles, with ten reigning world champions and eight Olympians, will begin racing on Thursday with the team events, the team pursuit and team sprint.  Reigning …

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Australia’s Next Gen on show in Brisbane

The young talent of the Australian Cycling Team’s Podium Potential Academy (PPA) will be on display in a stunning Australian Team for the 2019-2020 TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup from December 13-15.  While the team boasts more than forty elite world titles, ten reigning world champions and eight Olympians, there is an added opportunity …

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Nine-time world champion Meyer chasing Madison glory

Nine-time world champion Cameron Meyer headlines a powerful Australian squad which will contest both the World Cup in Cambridge, New Zealand from December 6-8, followed by the 2019-2020 Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Brisbane from December 13-15.  Following the reintroduction of the Madison to the Games programme, Meyer has been lured back to cycling …

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Australian Team set to bring bling to Brisbane

Brisbane will be glittering with rainbows with ten reigning world champions confirmed in a stellar Australian Team for the 2019-2020 TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup from December 13-15. The Brisbane round of the World Cup offers valuable qualifying points for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and will be the Australians’ last race on home soil …

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Ankudinoff always aiming for more

She stands as Australia’s only female rider to have claimed four world titles in endurance events on the track, but Sydney’s Ashlee Ankudinoff remains in pursuit of one more victory.  “Olympic gold,” remarked Ankudinoff, 29, who made her Olympic debut at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.  Ankudinoff’s pursuit of a second Australian Olympic Team selection …

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