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Cadel Evans claims 'Oppy Medal'

Cadel Evans claims 'Oppy Medal'

14 November 2011

Cadel Evans became the first Australian to win the Tour de France in July 2011. In recognition of his historic achievement, Evans was awarded the Sir Hubert Opperman medal after being named the Jayco 2011 Australian Cyclist of the Year.

Full complement to hunt for first medal

Full complement to hunt for first medal

2 November 2011

Flying off the back of Cadel’s Tour de France success, the Australian men’s road cycling team has received another boost with a full complement of riders able to contest the first medal of the Games.

Bobridge and Porte impress at Worlds

Bobridge and Porte impress at Worlds

22 September 2011

Jack Bobridge and Richie Porte have secured a second starting place for Australia in the time trial at next year's Olympic Games after both finished in the top six at the 2011 UCI Road World Championships in Denmark.

Porte ready to push time trial stars

Porte ready to push time trial stars

21 September 2011

Richie Porte is quietly confident he can put up a fight for time trial favourites Fabian Cancellara and Tony Martin at the world road cycling championships in Copenhagen.

Meares, McCulloch keep Aussies winning

Meares, McCulloch keep Aussies winning

25 March 2011

Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch continued Australia's winning ways at the track cycling world championships by capturing

Meares, McCulloch keep Aussies winning

Meares, McCulloch keep Aussies winning

25 March 2011

Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch continued Australia's winning ways at the track cycling world championships by capturing

Australia retains team pursuit crown

Australia retains team pursuit crown

24 March 2011

Australia made a brilliant start to the track cycling world titles in the Netherlands by posting an emphatic victory in the men's team pursuit on Wednesday night.

Meyer one half of a dominating duo

Meyer one half of a dominating duo

18 March 2011

As Australian cycling's stocks plummeted at the Beijing Olympics, two teenagers used the Games as a launching pad for their skyrocketing careers.Next year, Cameron Meyer and Jack Bobridge will be at the core of a team set to provide much sterner opposition for the British cycling powerhouse at the London Olympics.

Meyer one half of a dominating duo

Meyer one half of a dominating duo

18 March 2011

As Australian cycling's stocks plummeted at the Beijing Olympics, two teenagers used the Games as a launching pad for their skyrocketing careers.Next year, Cameron Meyer and Jack Bobridge will be at the core of a team set to provide much sterner opposition for the British cycling powerhouse at the London Olympics.

Olympic swell building- March Blog

Olympic swell building- March Blog

1 March 2011

As Thorpe leapt off the blocks the dash to London 2012 kicked up a notch. The ripples were felt across the sporting globe and our papers were awash with news of more sporting comebacks throughout February. With additional Government funding flooding into 10 Olympic sports