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12 min ago | The Age
Australian Olympic team chef de mission Kitty Chiller has called on other sports to step up and emulate the medal-winning prospects of swimming and cycling if the target of a top-five position on the overall tally at the 2016 Rio Games is to be achieved.
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The season's best rookie isn't even a pro yet. But that's set to change for Simon Yates in 2014 when he'll join Orica- GreenEdge alongside twin brother Adam.
CAMBEWARRA'S Bridget Mullany has swept the field at the recent NSW u19 Track Cycling Championships claiming four gold, one silver and two bronze medals.
Tour de France organizer ASO hired a ferry to host the press and race operations during the 100th Tour's first three stages.
Singapore's Cyclist Dinah Chan missed out on the chance to add to her medal haul at the Myanmar SEA Games, after being hit by a stomach complaint on Tuesday morning.
Team Sky rider Jonathan Tiernan-Locke is to face disciplinary proceedings after an analysis of discrepancies in his biological passport data demonstrated an anti-doping violation, the International Cycling Union has announced.
Anna Meares, left, and Becky James go head-to-head at the Track Cycling World Cup in Manchester in November Olympic sprint champion Anna Meares has praised Becky James for her achievements in 2013 and admitted she is daunted by the Welsh rider's rapid rise to prominence.
Victory on the 184km multi-lap course over the Cashmere Hills would give Roulston his fourth elite national road cycling title to join a select group.
Trek Factory Racing's Hayden Roulston will be hoping to celebrate his 33rd birthday by joining elite company in next month's Calder Stewart national road cycling championships and win a fourth road title.
First time: Olympian Rob Waddell, Livingstone Building director Mike Livingstone and New Zealand's track cycling world champion Aaron Gate make their way around the newly completed velodrome track.
An inspirational woman who works for Dinnington based children's charity Safe@Last has been given an MBE at Buckingham Palace.
Peter Selkrig does a turn in front in Sunday's Tamworth A Grade criterium with Phil Kelleher and Fraser Ashford behind.
World Champion cyclist Mark Cavendish says cycling can be like a form of torture and endurance races like the Tour de France "might be a bit sadistic" but he loves it.
The Verdi union said workers would strike at Amazon's logistic centres in Bad Hersfeld and Leipzig and also in Graben.
Luke Davison is aiming for a debut national crown at the 2013 Omnium National Championships in Melbourne which begin on Thursday.
An Englishman, James Moore, won the world's first bicycle road race in 1869 but he had moved to France with his parents when he was four and spoke English with a heavy French accent.