NEWS: Venues sought for 2019 key matches

Expressions of interest are sought from clubs and others to host the following key matches in 2019 Rounds of the HSBC UK | Elite GP British Club Championships CS Cup Play Off Final Home Internationals & Women’s Regional Pairs The closing date for submissions for the above is 2nd December 2018 and should be made to the British Cycling Competition […]

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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: Statement from Lwy Czestochowa

Konrad Cinkowski from the Czestochowa club has released the following statement: During the European Championship finals in Częstochowa and Poczesna in the audience and pits were lots of well known faces from cycle speedway world. Mike Hack, working as secretary in International Cycle Speedway Federation was of them. In Poland, Hack was working double duty. Not only he was one of […]

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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: Official Statement

ICSF General Secretary Mike Hack has released the following statement regarding the recent European Championships. The statement is in English as well as Polish: Dear All Now that everyone has had time to return home and settle down after the European Championships, I wish to thank everyone involved in organizing and participating in the tournament. From my own observations and the […]

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CLUB NEWS: Mixed fortunes for Hawks in Poland

Hehtersett Hawks/Myhill Decorators representatives in the European Championships in Poland had mixed fortunes but certainly put Hethersett on the map in Czestochowa, Poczesna and Bagely. In the Open Individual Championship Harley Hamill gave the best performance finishing 11th in his Elimination Round with 10 points. This put him through to the Repechage stage but competition was tough there and he […]

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2018 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: Bas going for gold

Press officer for the upcoming European Championships, Konrad Cinkowski, talks to 33/18 News about Dawid Bas, the runner-up in the 2016 Championships at Poole and current Poole and South West and Wales rider. This season’s results of Dawid Bas on Polish and British tracks can make his opponents worry. Świętochłowice born Bas is in good form this season and will be […]

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PREVIEW: European Women’s Championship Final

Konrad Cinkowski from the Czestochowa club takes us through his preview of the Women’s European Championships Final. The final of the Women’s Individual European Championships (29.07, 12:00, Sunday, Gmina Poczesna) might be the only tournament in cycle speedway where we’re not going to see a Polish competitor with any medal. With absence of Żaneta Siemianowska – competitors from England are favourites in this […]

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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: Withdrawing riders asked to contact ICSF

ICSF General Secretary Mike Hack has been in touch with an important message regarding next week’s European Championships Should there be any British riders withdrawing from the championships, please will they inform Paul West immediately, so that he can notify Mike, and the Polish Federation Vice Chairman, Tomasz Wlodarczyk. This is particularly important for the Open Individual Championships, as the Polish […]

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MATCH REPORT: Wales take home first senior Home International since 2007

The South East Regional Centre at Great Blakenham was the venue for the 2018 Home Internationals and Women’s Regional Pairs a week last Saturday. It was the Women’s Pairs which opened the day’s proceedings and featured pairings from the North & Scotland, South East & Eastern and South West & Wales regions. The Midlands were unable to raise a team […]

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RESULTS: Results from a busy weekend of racing

The weekend of July 7th & 8th saw a busy weekend of racing, highlighted by the Home Internationals & Women’s Regional Pairs at Great Blakenham. Results from those events and Sunday’s regional racing below: Women’s Regional Pairs North & Scotland 37 (Emily Burgess 23,Laura Watson 14) South & South Wales 34 (Lauren Hookway 17, Miah Lang 17) South East & […]

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HOME INTERNATIONAL: England team news

England Senior team manager Wayne Aris has gone with home track specialists and experience as he reveals his England team for the home International at Great Blakenham on the 7th July. Josh Brooke (c), Chris Jewkes, Lewis Osborne, Ash Hill, Adam Peck make up his team of 5, featuring three Great Blakenham riders. Wayne commented: “I have gone with three home track riders in Josh, […]

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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: Spaces still available for Women’s event

ICSF Secretary Mike Hack has been in touch to advise that there are 5 places still available for the European Individual Women’s Championship at Czestochowa and Poczesna, Poland, on 27th to 29th July. The age restriction has also been extended to include Girls born 2004 & 2005. If anyone knows of any riders who would now be interested in riding, […]

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DRAWS: Home Internationals & Women’s Regional Pairs

The draws are in for the Home Internationals and the Women’s Regional Pairs which will take place at the South-East Regional Centre, Great Blakenham on Saturday July 7th. Next week we will start to reveal the teams! All team managers are asked to submit their sides, along with some words to: newsroom@3318news.co.uk Full details below: 11:00 Womens Pairs To be […]

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NEWS: European Club Championship Statement

ICSF Secretary, Mike Hack, has issued the following statement regarding the recent European Club Championships: “On behalf of the ICSF, I wish to congratulate members of the East Park club for their considerable efforts in successfully staging the recent European Club Championships weekend. Thanks go to British Cycling and the Polish Federation for arranging for their clubs to participate, along with […]

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INTERNATIONAL: Gamage appointed England Over 40s Team Manager

Great Britain Veteran’s and Women’s Team manager, Geoff Gamage (pictured with the GB senior team), has been appointed as Team Manager for the England Over 40s team. As Team GB Over 40’s Manager he has an extensive knowledge of the veteran scene which he foresees will get stronger internationally as both Poland and Australia have riders “coming of age” starting […]

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