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Michael Potter - Bronze Medal at Australian Nationals

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Congratulations to Michael Potter and all the other NSCC U23 riders who rode so strongly at the U23 Road Race at the National Road Race at Mt Buningyong today.
Michael stood out in a quality field - against many World Pro Tour team riders - winning the bronze medal.
The race was fiercely contested and took its toll with the peloton splitting into several bunches as the pace was electric.
Michael led the chasing bunch to bridge across to the two man break and had enough left in the legs to outsprint the quality field to take the bronze.

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NSCC Riders at National Road Championships in Ballarat

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Our club - with a proud racing tradition - wishes our representatives at this week's National Road Championships in Ballarat, all the very best.
This year we have no fewer than 5 riders in the road disciplines of Criterium and Road Race - all in the men's U23 category - showing that the club's future is bright with all these riders at the National pinnacle of racing.

This year's field (in alpha order) is:

Harrison Bailey (GPM Stultz)
- criterium and road race

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Congratulations to Michael Potter and Tom Green

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Two of NSCC's NRS stars - Michael Potter and Tom Green - have had their stunning 2017 seasons recognised by being selected in two elite racing teams for 2018.

Michael - who capped the year with the NSW U23 road title - has been selected in the new Australian Cycling Academy, based in Queensland. The Academy founders - Matt Wilson from Orica GreenEdge and Ben Kerstyn - have picked the cream of Australia's younger NRS stars to develop into our next crop of World Tour riders.

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L'Étape Australia 2017 race report

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On December 1st, a group of 14 intrepid NSCC riders headed down to Jindabyne to compete in the second L’Etape Australia event. Forecasts of horrendous weather were no deterrent, even though these forecasts had already caused the cancellation of the Tour of Bright. Concerns about high winds and flooding did, however, force the L’Etape organisers to shorten the course down from the original 157km to 102km – avoiding the final big climb up to Perisher.

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Calling All Club Racing Members - Annual Club Championships on Sunday 17th December

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Call to action for all club members - Sunday 17th December is the annual club championships at Beauie.

This is your chance to claim the ultimate prize in bike racing - the title of NSCC club champion.

What's at stake here is the opportunity to race against your mates, your training partners, and that annoying person who half-wheels you on bunch rides.

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