The New Zealand track cyclist Allison Shanks produced a world class ride last night to win the individual pursuit at the Oceania championships in Invercargill.
Shanks shattered the NZ residents record, taking more than a second off her previous best time, and beating her 2009 world championship-winning time.
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Shanks coach Craig Palmer says the time would put her into the top six riders of all time.
The men's event was won by Jesse Sergent who also set a national record.
Natasha Hansen won the womens keirin, making it three titles from three events.