Look at our star Athletes!

The athletes (below) have all achieved success at national or international levels. We’re super proud of them all!

Charlotte Spurway

Charlotte gets named in the U19 New Zealand Track Team to compete in the Oceania championships!
Finishes third at the U17 Tour of Canberra, riding for New Zealand.
A successful 2019 Track Nationals, saw Charlotte get a bronze in the U17 points race and be part of the winning Team Pursuit and Madison pair.
Charlotte wins the 2018 U17 National School Road race.

Jacob Turner

Jacob wins the 2019 Oceania xco U17 mountain bike championships, held in Bright, Victoria!
Jacob placed second at the 2018 U17 Oceania xco mountain bike Championships.

Sharlotte Lucas

Sharlotte wins the 2019 Oceania Road championships held in Tasman!
Sharlotte Signs for professional World Tour Team Tibco-SVB for 2019.
In 2018 Sharlotte Lucas placed forth at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Won the Oceania Road Race and placed 2nd in the 2018 Elite National Road Race championships.
3rd at the 2016 NZ Elite National Time Trial Champs and 2nd at the 2015 Elite National Road Race.

Sharon Prutton

2015, 2016, 2017 and now 2019 National Masters Road and Time Trial Champion.
Sharon is also the 2015 Masters World Time Trial Champion, along with placing second in the Road Race.
Placed 3rd at the 2016 X-Terra World Championships.

Nick Sinclair

Won the U16 boys 2019 BMX National champions in the cruiser class, while taking forth in the 16″.

Daniel Wilson

Won the U24 Mens 2019 BMX National champions in the cruiser class.

Seonaigh Conchie

Seonaigh wins the 2019 National Aquabike Championships!
Seonaigh placed 2nd at the X-Terra World Championships 2016.

Ella Harris

In 2018 Ella Harris won the 2018 U23 NZ National Club championships Road race, won Le Race and signed for Professional World Tour Team Canyon-Sram for 2019.
Ella placed 3rd in the U19 National Road Race Champs 2016.

Marc Prutton

Places Third at the 2019 National club road cycling championships.
Wins the 2019 National ITU Off-Road Triathlon championships, age 30-39yrs.
Wins the 2018 National ITU Off-Road Triathlon championships, age 30-39yrs.
Places Third at the World ITU Off-road triathalon world champs.

Jeremy Heathfield

Jeremy Heathfield won the 2017 NZ National M5 Men’s Time Trial.

Sam Bell

Sam placed 5th at the 2017 Duathlon AG World Championships.
Sam won the National Duathlon Champs in 2015.

Sue Lazar

Sue won the National Masters Time Trial Champs in 2015.

Ione Johnson

Ione won sliver at the U19 Oceania Track Meet in 2015.

Glen Currie

Known as the multisport World Championships. Glen placed 3rd in the 1Day Coast to Coast in 2014.

Tahlia Hansen

Tahlia Hansen won the 2012 U15  National BMX championship and placed second at the world champs.