Anna Meares
Anna Meares
04/17/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
James Haasz
Anna Meares
Anna Meares
04/17/2017 at 10:23. Facebook
James Haasz
James Haasz
The result wrapped up Cure’s busy week which saw her find the podium three times and take her career world championship medal tally to eleven – the most by an Australian female cyclist behind legend Anna Meares (27 medals).
Anna Meares 04/16/2017

Cure creates world championship history

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Brad Jago
James Haasz
Rick Armstrong
Ross Denford
PJ Heaton
In a true display of Aussie grit and determination, Amy Cure and Alex Manly staged an epic fight in the women’s Madison to win bronze after the team crashed heavily twice during the 120-lap race. It was a memorable first ever women’s Madison event, with the 16 nations treating the fans to an energis...
Anna Meares 04/16/2017

#TWC2017 True Aussie grit seals bronze for Cure & Manly

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Two days after grabbing an emotional silver in the team event, Sydney’s Ashlee Ankudinoff soled to the individual pursuit silver medal and her sixth career world championships medal. It was a welcomed return to the individual race against the clock for Ankudinoff, 26, and to the podium after claimin...
Anna Meares 04/16/2017

#TWC2017 Ankudinoff solos to pursuit silver

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John Mitchell
Garry Smith
Dot Rowley
Luciano Rizzi
Garry Smith
Marjorie Barnes
Stacey Jarvis
In one of the most mesmerising and heart-breaking finals even seen at a World Championships, the USA staged an amazing final lap comeback to stun the crowd and the Australian team. With just one lap remaining in the enthralling 16-lap final, 2015 world champions Ashlee Ankudinoff (NSW) and Amy Cure...
Anna Meares 04/13/2017

#TWC2017 Silver linings for women's team pursuit

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David MacAllister
David Hobson
John Mitchell
Australia charged to a sixth team pursuit world crown in eight years with an emphatic win over trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand in the final in Hong Kong. There was no shortage of rainbow experience on the final start line for Australia with 2010 world champion Cameron Meyer (WA) and defending champi...
Anna Meares 04/13/2017

#TWC2017 Australia surges to title defense

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Charles Chow
David Paton
Julian Bennett
David Hobson
Brad Jago
Luiz Dias
The 2017 UCI Track World Championships will be held in Hong Kong from April 12-16. Day 1 - Wednesday 12 April Snapshot What’s on 3 finals - men’s & women’s team sprint, women’s scratch; plus team pursuit qualifying. Schedule Aussies in action Ashlee Ankudinoff (NSW), Amy Cure (TAS), Rebecca Wiasak (...
Anna Meares 04/12/2017

#TWC2017 Three rainbows on offer on day one in Hong Kong

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David Hobson