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  •   Home > News > Sports >  Subscribe to NZCity's Cycling articles  Cycling
    Scotty Hopson's inclusion in the Breakers side tonight comes at the expense of Glen Rice Junior
     9 December 2019
    Scotty Hopson's inclusion in the Breakers side tonight comes at the expense of Glen Rice Junior
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    Both New Zealand riders missed out on the final of the womens keirin at the UCI World Cup in Cambridge
    8 Dec 2019: Both New Zealand riders missed out on the final of the womens keirin at the UCI World Cup in Cambridge... more
    Sam Webster has lost the first race of his men's sprint quarter-final at the UCI Track World Cup in Cambridge
    8 Dec 2019: Sam Webster has lost the first race of his men's sprint quarter-final at the UCI Track World Cup in Cambridge... more
    The best third place of his career
    8 Dec 2019: The best third place of his career... more
    The women continue to lead the way for the New Zealand track cycling team in Cambridge
    7 Dec 2019: The women continue to lead the way for the New Zealand track cycling team in Cambridge... more
    Solid starts to day two of the UCI World Cup in Cambridge for Natasha Hansen and Olivia Podmore
    7 Dec 2019: Solid starts to day two of the UCI World Cup in Cambridge for Natasha Hansen and Olivia Podmore... more
    A bronze medal is little consolation for another messy night at the velodrome for the New Zealand men's team sprint
    7 Dec 2019: A bronze medal is little consolation for another messy night at the velodrome for the New Zealand men's team sprint... more
    New Zealand sprint coach Rene Wolff is unfazed by the struggles of the men's sprint team in the UCI track cycling World Cup at Cambridge
    7 Dec 2019: New Zealand sprint coach Rene Wolff is unfazed by the struggles of the men's sprint team in the UCI track cycling World Cup at Cambridge... more
    The women's team pursuit has assured at least one medal for New Zealand on the opening night at the UCI World Cup in Cambridge
    6 Dec 2019: The women's team pursuit has assured at least one medal for New Zealand on the opening night at the UCI World Cup in Cambridge... more
    A record breaking start at the World Cup cycling meet in Cambridge
    6 Dec 2019: A record breaking start at the World Cup cycling meet in Cambridge... more

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