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New Zealand's Commonwealth Games team announced

The New Zealand Olympic Committee has announced that New Zealand is sending the maximum number of cyclists allowed to represent the country at the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games. Included in the 33-strong cycling team are 15 road cyclists, 12 track cyclists and 6 cross country mountain bikers. Some riders will ride in both road and track events.

The team

Jason Allen (Blenheim)
Clinton Avery - MTBXC (Rotorua)
Richard Bowker (Auckland)
Tamara Boyd (Christchurch)
Toni Bradshaw (Auckland)
Fiona Carswell (Christchurch)
Sonia Foote - MTBXC (Rotorua)
Timothy Gudsell (Te Awamutu)
Justin Grace (Auckland)
Hayden Godfrey (Christchurch)
Melissa Holt (Cambridge)
Greg Henderson (Dunedin)
Logan Hutchings (Papamoa)
Michelle Hyland (Cambridge)
Rosara Joseph - MTBXC (Wellington)
Joanne Kiesanowski (Christchurch)
Peter Latham (Te Awamutu)
Kashi Leuchs - MTBXC (Dunedin)
Gordon Mccauley (Auckland)
Glen Mitchell (USA)
Mike Northcott - MTBXC (Taupo)
Robin Reid (Blenheim)
Hayden Roulston (Ashburton)
Marc Ryan (Timaru)
Nathan Seddon (Dunedin)
Catherine Sell (Wanganui)
Adam Stewart (Christchurch)
Alison Shanks (Dunedin)
Sarah Ulmer (Cambridge)
Paddy Walker (Auckland)
Elizabeth Williams (Auckland)
Susie Wood (Nelson)
Robyn Wong - MTBXC (Wellington)


Michael Flynn - Section Manager
Terry Gyde - Head Track Coach
Tim Carswell - Track Sprint Coach
Jacques Landry - Head Road Coach
Susie Pryde - Women’S Endurance Coach
John Lee - Men’S MTB Coach
Paul Holloway - Physiotherapist
Tessa Sollart - Physiotherapist
Steve Wallis - Mechanic
Selby Marshall - Mechanic

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