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Steph McKenzie makes it three from three

Jan 31st, ’15.  Congratulations to Southland’s Steph McKenzie who successfully took a clean sweep of individual titles.  Her victory in the keirin tonight, combined with her 500m time trial title and sprint gold came in a fascinating and unpredictable ... read more

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Regan Gough takes the points race crown
Mens points race - Regan Gough wins 150Jan 31st, ’15.  Junior world champion in the madison - Regan Gough - patiently bided his time to win the men’s points race as laps were gained and lost around him.  Catch up on the final event of the evening here.
Sam Webster wins men’s keirin
Mens keirin - Sam Webster wins 150Jan 31st, ’15.  He triumphed in the individual sprint yesterday, today Sam Webster also became the keirin champion.  Catch up on the action here.
Nick Bain - one of my best results
Nick Bain Nature Valley 150Jan 31st, ’15.  A hard day of breakaway work was rewarded by a trip to the podium for Nature Valley Avanti’s Nick Bain, who took second place on the podium at the end of stage 3 of the New Zealand Cycle Classic.  RoadCycling caught up with him after today’s stage.

Oram wins from break
Stage 3 - James Oram wins 150Jan 31st, ’15.  James Oram, riding for the New Zealand National Squad, has won stage three of the New Zealand Cycle Classic atop Valley Road.  Oram finished clear of Nature Valley Avanti’s Nick Bain in second and Taylor Gunman in third a further 27 seconds back; who succeeded in retaining his yellow jersey on the penultimate day of racing. 
Alex Frame’s rise from adversity
4km IP - Alex Frame 150Jan 31st, ’15.  After two days, and in his first competitive track event since 2012, Alex Frame is the newly crowned scratch race champion, and silver medallist in the individual pursuit.  After a torrid 2014 that he is looking forward to putting to the back of his mind, 2015 is a season full of possibilities.  We caught up with him after his scratch race win.
Steve Price on Avanti’s super team
Tour de Vineyards stage 1 - Joseph Cooper 150Jan 31st, ’15.  At the helm of the Avanti Racing team are two men, Andrew Christie-Johnston and Steve Price.  Together they are charged with leading a team packed with potential, and a host of New Zealand talent who we are set to see plenty of in 2015.  We caught up with Steve Price to get his take on the season ahead with the boys in blue.