UCI World Cup

Cycling Victoria
2-4 December 2010
 

Crank it Up: Formidable Aussie line up for Melbourne World Cup

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Dear Supporter,

The countdown is on with only 15 days to go until more than 300 of the world's best cyclists descend on Melbourne for the opening round of the UCi Track Cycling World Cup Classics.

The Australian Cyclones, led by Commonwealth Games stars Anna Meares and Cameron Meyer, were named today and will be joined by a host of international stars.

The Brits finished on top of the leader board at the recent European Championships in Pruszkow, Poland but surprise results saw them relinquish some of the gold medals and Olympic qualification points they were expected to win.

Meantime at the Asian Championships, which wrap up today, the shock results continued with the talented Malaysian lineup missing out on a berth in the final of the men's team sprint.

There's no better time to purchase your tickets to see all of the action, and go in the draw to win a Commonwealth Games jersey signed by the Aussie Cyclones team!

Australian Team Announcement

Cameron MeyerA formidable lineup of Australian talent is fired up to claim early Olympic qualification points and bragging rights at the first round of the 2010-2011 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics............more>

 

Win a Signed Jersey Commonwealth Games Jersey

Commonwealth Games JerseyYou can win a jersey signed by the Australian 2010 Commonwealth Games track cycling team if you buy your ticket to the Melbourne round prior to Friday, 26 November AND complete the online form to register for the draw..........more>

Asian Championships Wrap Up

Asian ChampionshipsThe recent European Championships, which featured 260 riders from 25 nations, threw up a mixed bag of results as riders battled to claim valuable qualification points for London 2012...........more>



European Championships Wrap Up

European ChampionshipsThe recent European Championships, which featured 260 riders from 25 nations, threw up a mixed bag of results as riders pushed for the first available qualification points for London 2012..........more>



Event Focus - Team Pursuit

Jack BobridgeThe teams pursuit is a true test of technique and teamwork. Three (women) or four (men) cyclists compete as a team and success relies on how well they work together ...........more>

 

 

 

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2010 Commonwealth Games photos copyright AFP PHOTO/Pedro UGARTE & Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY

 

 
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