Over 1,000 cyclists in Lae bike race

Held on Saturday, August 5th, and Sunday, August 6th, the Rosso Cup event saw 1,200 competitors gather at the Lae Showgrounds to demonstrate their stamina and skills in their respective categories of children under 16, senior men and women and Person Living With Disability.

Due to time constraints, the senior men’s finals have been pushed to Saturday, August 12th, including the corporate race.

With the gate fee set at K1 only, hundreds of residents entered the Showgrounds to cheer for their representatives.

ESP’s cycling movement

With 140 registered members, the youth keep themselves busy by engaging in community work and conducting awareness on trending matters such as violence and COVID-19.

Speaking at Windjammer Beach, spokesperson Jethro Ani, who hails from Dreikikir, said first and foremost, their dream is to host a bicycle workshop.

Buluminski cycling event set for Easter weekend

The event is organised by the Lihir Triathlon Club and includes distances of 69km on Day one, 96km on Day two and 98km Day three.

The Buluminski Highway is sealed all the way except for a section of 28km after the first 41km.

Day one event on Thursday, April 13 is a mixture of dirt and sealed road.

Day two scheduled on Friday, April 14 will see participants cycle on a 96km sealed road.

The final day on Saturday, April 15 participants will also cycle on a 98km sealed road.

Rio 2016: Quotes of the Games

Following two weeks of thrilling sports action, we take a look at some of the more memorable quotes from Rio 2016.


Words to inspire

Rio 2016: The moments that made the Games

While Rio 2016 endured more than its fair share of problems, the Games produced some iconic moments of sporting greatness that will live long in the memory.

From Neymar's penalty that lifted a nation, to Usain Bolt's 'treble treble' and Michael Phelps' 23rd gold, here we bring you 10 standout highlights.


Rio 2016: Two athletes disqualified after positive doping tests

Brazilian cyclist Kleber da Silva Ramos and Chinese Wimmer Chen Xinyi have been disqualified from Rio 2016 following positive doping tests.

Da Silva Ramos did not finish the men's road race, but tested positive for EPO and accepted a provisional suspension without requesting a hearing.