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NZ announce track teams

BikeNZ has taken the wraps off the teams of riders that will represent the country in track cycling throughout for the remainder of 2006 and into '07. Two teams included in the announcement will represent New Zealand in the opening two rounds of the 2007 UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Sydney, where it will focus on meeting qualification criteria for world championship and Olympic events, and Moscow, which will be approached with the aim of developing its riders. The third team will contest the 2007 Oceania Track Championships in Melbourne this November.

Sydney World Cup team
- Jason Allen (Blenheim), Hayden Godfrey (Christchurch), Marc Ryan (South Canterbury) Pete Latham (Te Awamutu), Westley Gough (Waipukurau), Greg Henderson (Dunedin)
Women - Alison Shanks (Dunedin), Catherine Cheatley (Wanganui)

Moscow World Cup team
Darren Shea (Christchurch), Westley Gough, Sam Bewley (Rotorua), Jesse Sergent (Feilding), Marc Ryan

2007 Oceania Track Championships
Elite Men
- Jason Allen (Blenheim), Tim Bennett (Putaruru), Neil Campbell (Auckland), Adam Coker (Auckland), Ian Densie (Christchurch), Greg Henderson (Dunedin), Pete Murray (Morrinsville), Glenn Rewi (Christchurch), Nathan Seddon (Dunedin), Adam Stewart (Christchurch), Damian Wiseman (Auckland)
U19 Men - Eddie Dawkins (Invercargill)
Elite Women - Catherine Cheatley (Wanganui), Juliet Earle (Christchurch), Rosy McCall (Auckland), Jocelyn Rastrick (Christchurch), Alison Shanks (Dunedin)
U19 Women - Rachel Chester (Christchurch), Sequoia Cooper (Invercargill), Cathy Jordan (Invercargill), Phillipa Swain (Christchurch)

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