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Karen Hanlen will race for New Zealand at the 2013 Mountain Bike World Championships
Twenty-nine riders headed to South Africa
London Olympian Karen Hanlen and junior world champion Anton Cooper will lead a 29-strong New Zealand team at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in South Africa in August.
The team is dominated in numbers by downhill riders, headed by New Zealand's professional quartet of world number four ranked Brook MacDonald (Trek World Racing), 13th ranked George Brannigan (Trek World Racing), 15th ranked Sam Blenkinsop (Lapierre International) and 19th ranked Cameron Cole (Yeti Fox Shox).
The championships will be staged in Pietermaritzburg, 80kms from Durban, with the junior cross country on August 29, the U23 cross country and junior downhill on August 30, the elite cross country on August 31 and the elite downhill on September 1.
New Zealand team for 2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships
Elite men downhill
Elite women downhill
Junior men downhill
Elite men cross country
Elite women cross country
U23 men cross country
Junior men cross country
Junior women cross country