ISO Distance Competition

  Congratulations to the College Sport Auckland ISO Distance Champions – Baradene College! Well done to all the staff and students across Auckland for getting involved in this challenge and keeping active during Alert Level 3.   Final Leader Board: School Kms Points* Baradene College 4972 3764 Glenfield College 1389 3149 Sacred Heart College 3524 2700 Horizon School 99 2424 ACG Parnell College 2032 1969 St Peter’s College 2279 1750 ACG Sunderland College 466 1665 King’s College 1694 1552 Mt Albert Grammar School 4772 1543 St Mary’s College 1438 1398... Read More

Baradene claim national team time trial honours

Cycling New Zealand: Baradene College took out the major girls honours in the team time trial on the opening day of the Cycling New Zealand School Road Championships in Manawatu. Baradene College won two of the three team time trial titles in the under-16 and under-20 grades and were third in the year 7-8 to complete an outstanding start to the championships. Nearly 600 riders from 84 schools are taking part in the 52nd annual schools championship, staged over three days with the team time trials on day one, road... Read More

Morton sisters make history at road cycling nationals

College Sport Media: Baradene College sisters Abigail and Ella Morton made history at the Cycling New Zealand Schools National Road Championships as the first sisters to win gold in their respective age groups, on the same day at Loburn, North Canterbury. It was a memorable day for the Morton family with sisters Abigail and Ella taking out the Under 20 girls and Under 15 girls titles. “It was a surreal feeling crossing the finish line knowing I came first,” Ella said after the race. “Knowing that me and my sister... Read More

Focus on cycling paying off for Prudence Fowler

College Sport Media: “I’ve kind of just narrowed it down to cycling now, so I can focus on that,” responds Prudence Fowler when asked for her preference of choice of sports. After all, the year 11 Diocesan School for Girls athlete has competed in swimming, triathlon, water polo and rowing to a high level. Last year she was in crews that finished fourth and seventh respectively in Coxed Four and Coxed Eight Maadi Cup A Finals and she was the Dio’s U15 Rower of the Year. “I have played three... Read More

National School Road Cycling Champions

The 50th National School Road Cycling Championships were held last weekend in Manawatu. Almost 700 cyclists from 83 schools competed in the three-day event which included a team time trial, road race and points race. The Sir Bernard Fergusson trophy for the U20 Boys Team Time Trial was hotly contested this year, with five teams finishing within 30 seconds of each other. Defending champions Palmerston North Boys High School were last to start, and failed to capture Auckland Grammar School who reversed their second placing from last year. Hamilton Boys’... Read More

Cycling Results

2020 TTT2 Results (Live) TTT1 Results Points Race Results   2019 Overall Results TTT6 Results (PDF) TTT5 Results (PDF) TTT4 Results (PDF) TTT3 Results (PDF) TTT2 Results (PDF) TTT1 Results (PDF)   2018 Overall Results Most Improved Series Results Points Race Results 2018 TTT6 Results (PDF) TTT5 Results (PDF) TTT4 Results (PDF) TTT3 Results (PDF) TTT2 Results (PDF) TTT1 Results (PDF)   2017 Points Race Results 2017 TTT4 Results (PDF) TTT3 Results (PDF) TTT2 Results (PDF) TTT1 Results (PDF)   Read More

Cycling Information

Points Race Entry Information 2020 Competition Information 2020 Marshal Allocation Marshal Map   Time Trial Series (TTT) Entry Information 2020 Marshal Allocation Marshal Map TTT 1 Start List TTT2 Start List       Read More

Young cyclists selected for Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Performance Hub

Fourteen teenage cyclists have been named to be part of the Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Performance Hub programme. The Hub, launched in Auckland this week, is the fourth of a planned eight hubs by Cycling New Zealand to form a network around the country offering a pathway to the future success of high performance cycling in New Zealand. It follows regional cycling performance hubs, sponsored nationally by Subway, established in Waikato-Bay of Plenty and Otago-Southland along with a national hub for Mountain Bike in Rotorua. Head Coach of the Barfoot... Read More