2018 #OceaniaTrack Guide

150 of Oceania’s best cyclists will battle it out for 40 titles in elite and under 19 events across four action packed days of competition at the 2018 Oceania Track Championships in Cambridge, New Zealand, November 20-23.

With world champions, Olympic medallists, Commonwealth and National Champions lining up crowds will be treated to some of the world’s best cyclists. With World Championship and Commonwealth Games selection on the line the racing is as important as ever.

Championship Programme
Provisional Entry List
Event Manual

Day 1 | Monday November 20 – Session 1: 9:00AM | Session 2: 4:00PM

Competition will roar from the start gate on the opening day of competition with 12 Oceania titles awarded as the team events take focus. Elite and under 19 men’s and women’s team sprints and elite men’s and women’s and under 19 women’s team pursuit will be decided.

While the women’s time trials, elite points race and under 19 men’s omnium will also feature.

Elite Women Team Sprint
Elite Women Team Pursuit
Elite Women Points Race
Elite Women 500m Time Trial
Elite Men Team Sprint
Elite Men Team Pursuit
Elite Men Points Race
Under 19 Women Team Sprint
Under 19 Women Team Pursuit
Under 19 Women 500m Time Trial
Under 19 Men Team Sprint
Under 19 Men Omnium

Day 2 | Tuesday November 21 – Session 3: 9:00AM | Session 4: 4:00PM

Day two will see Oceania Champions crowned in another 12 events. Pursuiting will again be in focus with the individual pursuit for elite and under 19 women and elite men.

Elite and under 19 men and women will also tackle the scratch race and the under 19 women’s points race adding some bunch racing to the day. Competition concludes with the under 19 men’s team pursuit.

In sprint events elite and under 19 women will race the keirin, while the men will ride the time trial in both elite and under 19.

Elite Women Individual Pursuit
Elite Women Scratch Race
Elite Women Keirin
Elite Men Individual Pursuit
Elite Men Scratch Race
Elite Men 1km Time Trial
Under 19 Women Individual Pursuit
Under 19 Women Points Race
Under 19 Women Keirin
Under 19 Men Scratch Race
Under 19 Men 1km Time Trial
Under 19 Men Team Pursuit

Day 3 | Wednesday November 22 – Session 5: 9:00AM | Session 6: 4:00PM

Omnium and sprints will excite the crowds on the penultimate day of competition as seven champions will be decided. Oceania’s fastest will light up the board in the elite men’s and women’s and under 19 women’s sprint competition.

Endurance stars will have a chance to shine in the four-event omnium with the elite men’s and elite and under 19 women’s. While the under 19 men will tackle the individual pursuit.

Elite Women Omnium
Elite Men Omnium
Men Sprint
Under 19 Women Omnium
Under 19 Women Sprint
Under 19 Men Individual Pursuit
Under 19 Men Sprint

Day 4 | Thursday November 23 – Session 7: 9:00AM | Session 8: 3:00PM

Nine events will be decided on the final day of racing with the Madison in focus with events for both men and women in elite and under 19 with the under 19 races held for the first time.

The fastest riders in Oceania will be in action in the men’s keirin and women’s sprint. With under 19 men’s points race and under 19 women’s scratch race completing the programme.

Elite Women Madison
Elite Women Sprint
Elite Men Madison
Elite Men Keirin
Under 19 Women Madison
Under 19 Women Scratch Race
Under 19 Men Madison
Under 19 Men Points Race
Under 19 Men Keirin