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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cycling

    Several of New Zealand's top road cyclists will skip this month's world championships in Belgium

    Several of New Zealand's top road cyclists will skip this month's world championships in Belgium


    Olympians George Bennett and Patrick Bevin, along with fellow riders Dion Smith and Georgia Williams are unavailable.

    The men's elite team is Tom Scully, Shane Archbold, Jack Bauer and Connor Brown, while Niamh Fisher-Black leads the women's team with Mikayla Harvey, Ella Harris, Michaela Drummond and Henrietta Christie.

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