Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

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Commonwealth Games - Glasgow -  23 July - 3 August 2014

The Glasgow 2014 Cycling programme will showcase the disciplines of Mountain Bike, Road and Track, including four Para-Sport events. It promises an adrenaline-packed mix of speed, endurance and tactics, something selected New Zealand riders are more than ready for.

Keep an eye on this page for Commonwealth Games updates and progress!

SKY Sport will be screening the Commonwealth Games live (with replays available the following day). 

Please click here to view the screening schedule for cycling - our events are highlighted. 


Linda Villumsen bettered her Delhi silver, bringing home the gold in the women's time trial. Jaime Nielsen achieved 4th, and Reta Trotman 11th. Jesse Sergent came 5th in the men's time trial. Read the full story here. 

Time Trial photos are now up in our gallery here. 


Jack BauerRushlee Buchanan
Greg Henderson Emily Collins 
Jesse Sergent Joanne Kiesanowski 
Mike Northey Reta Trotman

Linda Villumsen

Road Race and Time Trial events will hit the open roads of Glasgow, using specific road circuit courses. They’ll be taking the tourist route through Glasgow, but forgive them if they don’t pause to admire the architecture. When you’re travelling at these speeds, all you can see is the finish line.

The road race is scheduled for the 3 August.


Anton Cooper and Sam Gaze have won New Zealand's first gold-silver combination, taking out the tops spots in the men's cross country race! 

Karen Hanlen finished 6th in the women's cross counrty race, and Kate Fluker 8th - their top 8 result was hard-won after a few minor crashes on course.

Read the full story here. 

MTB photos are up in our gallery here.


Anton Cooper    Kate Fluker
Sam GazeKaren Hanlen


New Zealand won two track cycling medals on Day 1 of competition: Gold in the Team Sprint and bronze in the Team Pursuit. Read the full story here. 

Day 2 saw Sam Webster win gold in the Men's Sprint, with Eddie Dawkins claiming the bronze. Marc Ryan earned the bronze medal in the Individual Pursuit. Read the full story here. 

On Day 3 our track cycling lads added another 4 medals to the tally: Tom Scully won gold in the points race, with Aaron Gate earning the bronze.  In the men’s 1000m time trial, Simon van Velthooven and Matt Archibald grabbed silver and bronze behind Australian Scott Sunderland, the defending champion. Read the full story here. 

The final day of Track competition did not disappoint, with Shane Archbold winning gold in the men's scratch race. Sam Webster earned silver in the hotly contested keirin. Read the full story here. 

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