Oceania Cycling Confederation
In Oceania, this body is the Oceania Cycling Confederation, also shortened to OCC.
|Tracey Gaudry||Australia||2012 - Current|
|Michael Turtur||Australia||2008 - 2012|
|Ray Godkin||Australia||1986 - 2008|
Michael Turtur from South Australia was President of the Union Cycliste Internationale's Oceania Cycling Confederation from 2008 to 2012, taking over from Ray Godkin from Sydney, Australia, who retired from the position in late 2008 following 22 years as the President.
The vote was first split 2–2, but pressure was put on Guam to switch their vote by their own Olympic committee, and she won unanimously after Fiji followed. The two other voting members, Australia and New Zealand, supported Ms. Gaudry's candidacy from the start.
|Tony Mitchell||New Zealand||Vice President|
|Eric Tydingco||Guam||Vice President|
Representatives on UCI Management Committee
|Tracey Gaudry||Australia||2012 - Present||Automatically as OCC President|
|Tony Mitchell||New Zealand||2017 - Present||Elected at 2017 UCI Congress|
Oceania Cycling Championships
The Oceania Cycling Confederation organises all Oceania Cycling Championships. As of 2019 the OCC organises championships in track cycling, road cycling, mountain biking, BMX racing and Freestyle BMX.
The Oceania Cycling Confederation oversees the UCI Oceania Tour a series of UCI road races in Australia and New Zealand and organises the Oceania Pacific Calendar a series of races in the Pacific.
As of 2019 the Oceania Cycling Confederation comprises eight member federations - six full members and two associate members.
|Cook Islands||Cook Islands Cycling Federation|
|Guam||Guam Cycling Federation|
|New Zealand||Cycling New Zealand|
|Vanuatu||Vanuatu Cycling Federation|
|New Caledonia||Comite Regional de Cyclisme Nouvelle-Caledonie|
|Tahiti||Federation Tahitienne de Cyclisme|
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