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  A chance to see many of the stars of the future. The majority of the riders are stepping up as first year under 19's from the under 17 ranks.


Derek Radzikiewicz

2015 Junior Oceania Champion in the sprint, keirin and team sprint. Now in his second year as a junior looks to repeat the double at national level. A quick turn of speed sees him the name to watch.

Ryan Schilt

Schilt, the under 17 national sprint champion from last year makes his first appearance as an under 19. Schilt also claimed silver in the time trial and keirin last year.

Conor Rowley

Bronze in the 500m time trial at under 17 last year and fourth in both the keirin and sprint. Made his debut as an under 19 at the Oceania Championships last year finishing second in the sprint and third in the keirin. As well as taking the team sprint title.

Elliot Stacey

Twelfth last year as a first year junior but Stacey has improved over the past year. Silver in the time trial and bronze in the sprint at the Oceania Championships.


Rohan Wight

Wight is the reigning Junior Oceania Champion in the individual pursuit and team pursuit and also claimed silver in the scratch race. In December Wight was on flying form to dominate the Omnium National Championships. Very strong against the clock and packs a strong enough sprint to also be competitive in the bunch races.

James Robinson

Oceania team pursuit champion and silver in the individual pursuit. A second year under 19 this year who will be a name to watch in the timed events. Second in the individual pursuit at Omnium Nationals in December.

Cameron Scott

One of the top riders at under 17 level both across the endurance and sprint events. Reigning National Champion in both the points and scratch race. Has a very quick finish and will be a rider to watch in the bunch races.

Thomas McFarlane

Reigning under 17 National Champion in the keirin also makes the step up to under 19’s in 2015. Claimed bronze in the sprint and just missed a medal in the time trial.

Thomas McDonald

Oceania team pursuit champion and bronze medallist in the individual pursuit is a contender for the individual pursuit title.

Ryan Schilt

As well as being the under 17 national sprint champion, Schilt is also the Oceania Champion in the points race and bronze medallist in the omnium. Packs a very quick finish.

Other names to watch: Matthew Jackson, James Tickner, Alex Rendell, Michael Storer, Ryan Schilt and Hayden Dicocco Grant.
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