Cycling

Paralympics New Zealand appoints new cycling development coordinator

By Emily Goddard

Dale MacDonald has been appointed as New Zealand's Para-cycling national development coordinator ©Paralympics New ZealandParalympics New Zealand (PNZ) has appointed former professional cyclist Dale MacDonald as its new national development coordinator of the Para-cycling programme.

Australia's Para-cyclists for Glasgow 2014 announced

By Zjan Shirinian

Kieran Modra rode to glory at London 2012 with individual pursuit gold, at what was his seventh Paralympic Games ©Getty ImagesFive-time Paralympic gold medallist Kieran Modra is heading a team of four Para-cyclists named in Australia's squad for Glasgow 2014.

Campaign launched to enable cyclist to become first Ghanaian Paralympic medallist

By Nick Butler

Alem Mumuni was ultimately unable to compete at London 2012 but is hoping to qualify for Rio 2016 ©KriticalMassA campaign has begun to raise the necessary funds to allow Alem Mumuni, one of Africa's leading Para-cyclists, to bid to win Ghana's first ever Paralympic medal at Rio 2016.

Australia names squad for 2014 Para-cycling Road World Championships in United States

By Gary Anderson

Michael Gallagher (right) is one of 13 athletes named to the Australian squad for the Para-cycling Road World Championships ©Getty Images Australia has named 13 athletes in its squad for the International Cycling Union Para-cycling Road World Championships taking place in Greenville, United States this summer.

London 2012 champions Cooke and Nicholas take honours at Australian Para-cycling Championships

By Gary Anderson

Stuart Tripp was among a number of London 2012 stars to win at the Australian Para-cycling Road National Championships in Echuca ©Getty Images Paralympic and world champions Carol Cooke and David Nicholas have underlined their credentials with two wins apiece at the Australian Para-cycling Road Championships in Echuca.

Zanardi shines on home roads on Italian leg of Para-cycling World Cup

By Nick Butler

Two time London 2012 gold medal winner Alex Zanardi was on top form on home roads in Italy ©Getty ImagesTwo-time London 2012 champion Alex Zanardi was on fine form during the first round of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Road World Cup in Castiglione Della Pescaia, as he won both gold medals in his MH5 hand-cycling class. 

Final day of Para-cycling Track World Championships sees more success for British riders

By Gary Anderson

April 13 - Britain once again dominated at the Para-cycling Track World Championships in Mexico claiming three more world titles ©AFP/Getty ImagesThe final day of action at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Track World Championships concluded with three more world titles for Great Britain, who ended the event as the top ranked nation with seven gold, one silver and two bronze medals.

Britain continue record breaking performance at UCI Para-Cycling Track World Championships

By Emily Goddard

Sarah Storey rode to gold in the C5 3 kilometre pursuit in world record time at the 2014 Para-Cycling Track World Championships ©Getty ImagesApril 12 - Great Britain's Sarah Storey and Jody Cundy powered to gold in record-breaking performances at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-Cycling Track World Championships in Aguascalientes today.

Britain dominate kilo time trials with two golds and two world records at Para-cycling World Championships

By Gary Anderson

April 11 - Neil Fachie and pilot Pete Mitchell became the first riders in history to break the one minute barrier in the 1km pursuit ©Getty Images British competitors had a golden day at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Track World Championships in Mexico as the men's and women's kilo time-trial teams secured gold medals, with both setting world records in the process.
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