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Hanlie – fighting to the end
The power of the media is extraordinary, and this was illustrated perfectly at the recent Cape Argus Pick ‘n Pay Cycle Tour when the television commentator announced that the petite but powerful Hanlie Booyens had been involved in a big accident at the 30km mark and “her bike had broken in two”.
Women's cycling
No men allowed!
The boom in SA women’s cycling continues unabated, and now there is a special women’s training camp available to develop and strengthen all those weak areas in a woman’s cycling armoury.
Women's cycling
Gilmore claims opening World Cup honours
Sydney's Rochelle Gilmore has claimed opening World Cup honours with victory in round one in Geelong at the weekend.
Women's cycling
Olympic podium on show in Geelong
The top four finishers from the Athens Olympic Games women's road race will line up in Geelong for the opening round of the International Cycling Union's (UCI) Road World Cup on Sunday, 27 February, and the preceding Geelong Tour being raced from 22-24 February.
Women's cycling
Ronel set for take-off
Ronel van Wyk is all set to clinch a deal with a major sponsor to set up her own team for the 2005 season.
Women's cycling
Liberty Life appoints new manager
Liberty Life and its sponsors have confirmed Marc Russell as the new team manager for their Ladies Cycling team for the 2005 season.
Women's cycling: The queen abdicates!
Women's cycling: Third time lucky for Elsa
Women's cycling: A cycling woman scorned…
Women's cycling: SA’s women all want to go to Eden
Women's cycling: Onweer, gevaar bring einde aan vroue-jaers se toer
Women's cycling: SA vroue byt vas in Italië
Women's cycling: SA vroue oorgehaal vir sukses in Italië
Women's cycling: SA women make headlines in Italy
Women's cycling: Finishing touches
Women's cycling: Liberty’s new signing

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