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Cycling New Zealand will once again host a round of the Tissot UCI Track World Cup in December 2019, bringing the best of international track cycling back to Cambridge.

For New Zealand cycling enthusiasts, this will be the last opportunity to see the Vantage New Zealand elite team compete against international competition on home soil before the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, beginning in July.

UCI TRACK CYCLING WORLD CUP PROVES SUCCESS ON AND OFF TRACK

UCI TRACK CYCLING WORLD CUP PROVES SUCCESS ON AND OFF TRACK

Cycling New Zealand is delighted that it produced world-class performances on the track and a world-class event with the Tissot UCI Track World Cup that finished in Cambridge today.

KIWI MATE VS MATE IN SPRINT DECIDER OF CAMBRIDGE WORLD CUP

KIWI MATE VS MATE IN SPRINT DECIDER OF CAMBRIDGE WORLD CUP

It was a case of mate vs mate when Kiwi sprinters Sam Webster and Ethan Mitchell went to a deciding third race to secure a spot in the semifinals of the individual sprint on the final day of the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge.

TOP JUNIOR CYCLISTS PLAY THEIR PART IN TRACK WORLD CUP

TOP JUNIOR CYCLISTS PLAY THEIR PART IN TRACK WORLD CUP

Five unfamiliar faces will have come familiar to television audiences all over New Zealand and the world as they appeared in the award ceremonies at the TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge from 18-20 January.

DAWKINS, HANSEN THROUGH TO SEMIFINALS ON IN DAY TWO WORLD CUP ACTION

DAWKINS, HANSEN THROUGH TO SEMIFINALS ON IN DAY TWO WORLD CUP ACTION

Kiwi sprinters Eddie Dawkins and Natasha Hansen have progressed to the evening semifinals in the keirin and sprint respectively on the second day of the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge.

NEW ZEALAND CYCLISTS ADD TWO MORE GOLD TO TALLY AT WORLD CUP

NEW ZEALAND CYCLISTS ADD TWO MORE GOLD TO TALLY AT WORLD CUP

New Zealand scored two more victories, both in exciting fashion by the Madison paring on Campbell Stewart and Aaron Gate, and the sprint star Eddie Dawkins, on the second night of finals at the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge.

THREE GOLD MEDAL RECORD TRIUMPHS FOR NEW ZEALAND CYCLISTS

THREE GOLD MEDAL RECORD TRIUMPHS FOR NEW ZEALAND CYCLISTS

New Zealand cycling made an emphatic statement that it is again a world-class force after dominating the team events on the opening night of the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Cambridge.

VANTAGE NEW ZEALAND MEN’S TEAM PURSUIT BREAK NATIONAL RECORD

VANTAGE NEW ZEALAND MEN’S TEAM PURSUIT BREAK NATIONAL RECORD

Records fell in the day one morning session at round five of the Tissot UCI Track World Cup in Cambridge. New Zealand set a new National Record in the men's team pursuit as Canada broke the All Comers Record in the women's team pursuit.