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Aussie team fires in Geelong!
Cameron Meyer (WA) finished third after a bold attack inside the closing kilometre nearly snared him and the KordaMentha Australian National Team victory at the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, Sunday January 29th. The young squad headed by the experienced Meyer finished with four riders in the leading group of 23, earning them victory in the team classification. It was the second time in as many weeks the Australian National Team has won the team classification at a World Tour race. Following the UniSA National Team taking the honour at the Tour Down Under last weekend.
http://www.cycling.org.au/News/All-News/KordaMentha-Australian-National-Team-shines-at-Cadel-Evans-Great-Ocean-Road-Race

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Reigning Paralympic champion David Nicholas (QLD) headlines the 2017 National Team which features a host of Australia's heroes from the Rio Games including five medallists. #AussieCycling

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In great news for his progress, Aussie BMX rider Sam Willoughby has now returned to his home with fiancé Alise Post and has commenced home therapy that continues to result in small gains in sensation and function. Cycling Australia and BMX Australia encourages donations, great or small, and any message of support to assist in Sam remaining strong throughout his road to recovery. #StrengthFor91

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It is so great to see the Cycling Australia community rallying to support High Performance Unit Track Sprint Coach, Gary West, who has been hit by the debilitating disease MND. We invite you to join us at the MND SA Track Classic this Friday night - with ALL proceeds from the night going to MND SA.

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Meyer & Earle to lead an exciting group of rising Aussie cyclists in the UniSA-Australia team for the Santos Tour Down Under. #TDU

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An All Comers record to reigning world champions Jessica Gallagher (VIC) and Pilot Madison Janssen (QLD) and a national record to teenager Allan Gordon (NSW) highlighted the final day of action at the 2017 Cycling Australia Para-Cycling Track National Championships at Melbourne’s DISC Velodrome.

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International Track Cycling returns to Hisense Arena. The Madison headlines an action packed day of track cycling at Melbourne’s Hisense Arena which also includes the 119th Austral Wheelrace Carnival and UCI Category 1 Sprints and Keirins from 6:30pm this Saturday night.

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Amanda Spratt and Steele von Hoff confirm they’ll be lining up in a few weeks time for a shot at a third national title, while Gracie Elvin, Adam Hansen, Katrin Garfoot, Brendan Canty, Peta Mullens, Jay McCarthy, Tiffany Cromwell plus Cameron and Travis Meyer a few of the names on the early entry lists.#RoadNats

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“It’s an amazing feeling to be chosen in such a quality team to race the world’s best on home soil,” said Hamilton. “It’s a great opportunity for us to showcase ourselves against the world tour but also to learn and gain experience from the best cyclists in the world.”

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This week at DISC in Melbourne - reigning world champions and Paralympic bronze medallists Jessica Gallagher (VIC) and Pilot Madison Janssen (QLD) will sport their rainbow jersey for the first time! #ParaTrackNats
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