Event Type

International Competition

March 24 - 28 2023  Anna Meares Velodrome


2023 Oceania Track Championships

Friday 24th March - Tuesday 28th March 2023





Five days of track cycling action at the Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane which will decide the 2023 Oceania Track Champions.

Event Program

click here for provisional schedule.

click hereTechnical Guide


Elite - born 2004 or earlier

Under 19 - Born in 2005 & 2006.

Australia - A valid All Race License with a current UCI ID is required
New Zealand, Cook Islands, Fiji, Guam, Samoa, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu, - A valid International License is required


$175 per rider (+payment card fee)

The Championships are open to National Teams that form part of the Oceania Nations – Australia, Cook Islands, Fiji, Guam, New Zealand, Samoa, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu, UCI registered Teams, Australian State or Institute Teams, New Zealand Hub Teams and Individuals.

Complete the box for the events you are entering

These are to be confirmed at Event Permanence

For Team Events please submit your Team Pursuit & Team Sprint members to [email protected]

Entries Close midnight Sunday 19th March - NO LATE ENTRIES

  • Online Entry via EntryBoss only.

  • No late entries will be accepted


Training Schedule: Will be contained in the Technical Guide

Start lists & results will be available at :


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Anna Meares Velodrome
Sleeman Sports Complex, Tilley Rd, Chandler QLD 4155

Please note

The infield is a competition zone and access will be strictly limited to riders, handlers (i.e. coaches) and officials. Anyone accessing the infield will be required to have an accreditation pass. These will be checked at all infield entry points. All Team Officials are required to obtain appropriate accreditation through the Team Manager. This will be based on your team size.

Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)

A TUE is an exemption that allows an athlete to use, for therapeutic purposes only, an otherwise prohibited substance or method (of administering a substance). TUE approval may protect athletes from receiving a sanction if a prohibited substance is found in their sample.

Who needs to complete a TUE in-advance for Cycling? Athletes who are:

• Any member of the Registered Testing Pool, National Testing Pool or Domestic Testing Pool
• Any member of a National open team/squad including athletes with an impairment
• Any athlete registered to compete at the Elite National Championships (Road, Track, Mountain Bike Cross Country, Mountain Bike Downhill, Cyclo Cross, BMX Racing and BMX Freestyle
• Any athlete not included in the Registered Testing Pool, National Testing Pool or Domestic Testing Pool but participating in an International event.

If you are currently taking any medication, please check whether this substance is banned in or out of competition via www.globaldro.com/AU/search
Further information on the TUE process can be found on the Sport Integrity Australia (SIA) website https://www.sportintegrity.gov.au/resources/therapeutic-use-exemption or by calling 1300 027 23
and the UCI website website https://www.uci.org/therapeutic-use-exemption-tue/4nKy0SG3arDMW5fxagCjEI

Accommodation deals available with our Brisbane Cycling Festival Partners Accor

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Contact Information


For all entry and event queries
Louise Jones Head of Events | Track
email: [email protected]
Mobile: 0400 441 894

Rider ListTechnical Guide v2Schedule amended 25 march
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