A battle between two of the world’s track cycling powerhouses will kick start Australia’s summer of cycling at the 2015 Oceania Track Championships in Adelaide from October 8-11.
Both Australia and New Zealand are on a high after finishing one-two in the track competition at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games in July.
Australia edged their traditional ANZAC rivals in Glasgow to finish on top of the track cycling medal table with seven gold and 20 total medals. New Zealand claimed 11 medals on the boards, including four gold.
The 2015 Oceania Track Championships are hosted by the Oceania Cycling Confederation and Cycling Australia.
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Tickets available at the door for all sessions.
- $15 Adults / per day
$5 Concession / per day
- Children Under 12 free
About the Championships
Age Categories Even though the titles are being conducted in 2014, they are the 2015 Championships and therefore the under 19 category is open to cyclists who turn 17 or 18 years age in 2015 (ie cyclists born in 1997 and 1998).
Entry Criteria The Championships are open to National teams, UCI registered teams, Australian State or Institute teams, NZ centre teams, club teams and individual entries. Individual entries will require the endorsement of their State Coach/Selector before their entry is accepted.