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Waratahs At The Track Champs

2021 NSW MASTERS TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Waratahs were well represented at the NSW Masters Track Championships held at Dunc Gray Velodrome over the weekend of 26th - 28th February.  We shared a small area in the arena and were joined by former Waratah Hugh Gray and ‘manager’…

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Harry Rourke MMAS9 Cyclist Of The Year

NSW MMAS9 CYCLIST OF THE YEAR 2020

The awards for the Masters categories of the 2020 NSW Cyclist of the Year were presented at the recent NSW Masters Track Championships.  Harry Rourke was very surprised and honoured to receive the award for MMAS9 category, while representing the Waratahs.  The award is determined by accruing points for results in state, national and world championships in road and track events. 

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Waratahs Team Persuit Team 2021

NSW Masters Team Pursuit Championships

Our Team Pursuit Team, Mark Scribbens, Jim Grey, Terry Freshwater and Stephen Joyce. Third fastest time, but not enough starters to support a medal ride off. Entries close at midnight Sunday 22 February for the remaining events in the NSW…

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NSW Team Pursuit change of Date

The NSW Team Pursuit Championships will now be held at Dunc Grey Velodrome on Friday, 19 February, 2021. The individual event is on the following Friday, 26 February, 2021. If you have two mates and think that you are quick…

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Waratah Anniversary Jersey

25th Anniversary Jersey

We're pleased to announce that Waratah Masters is releasing a special edition 25th anniversary jersey. Yes, it’s our 25th year. Some of our members can no doubt recall the early days, when we raced at Homebush Bay. Since then, we’ve…

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Club Christmas Function

The Club’s annual Christmas function this year will on Sunday 2 December 2018 at the Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club, 1156 Victoria Road, West Ryde.  It will be a lunchtime function commencing at 12.00pm for 12.30pm. The format will be similar to…

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Postcard from a Weekend Away

When a colleague found out what I was up to this coming weekend, her comment was “you are going to freeze”.

Well, maybe if you only looked at the data such as predicted low temperature and high winds for the Tamworth region.  However, this is cycling, this is racing more precisely, you do not choose the conditions, you simply prepare for them, and I like to mention the Swiss approach whilst at it: “there is no such thing as bad weather, but there is bad equipment”.  And you surely needed to be ready with two days of 100 plus kms of racing in a row: a Handicap race in honour of a young rider tragically killed and a Scratch race.

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