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16 Dec 2018 11:27
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cycling

    Eight more medals for New Zealand on day two of the Oceania track cycling championships in Adelaide

    Eight more medals for New Zealand on day two of the Oceania track cycling championships in Adelaide


    Ellesse Andrews has won gold in the women's individual pursuit, as has Lawrence Pithie in the under-19 men's individual pursuit.

    Emma Cumming's managed silver in the women's time trial, as has Cameron Manley in the under-19 men's time trial.

    Campbell Stewart's secured bronze in the men's omnium, along with Zac Williams and Olivia Podmore in the men's and women's time trials, and Nicole Shields in the women's individual pursuit.

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