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Tasmanian Christmas Carnivals


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New naming rights sponsor for Tassie Carnivals

B & E Personal Banking UCI Sprint Series

Sports Carnivals of Tasmania, (SCAT) is excited to announce that B&E Personal Banking have provided additional sponsorship to be the naming rights sponsor of the UCI sprint series during the Basslink Christmas Carnival Series.  The UCI sprint series will be held over three major carnivals, Latrobe, Launceston and Devonport.

Only the elite riders will get a chance to compete for the $1000 on offer for the UCI events which include a menís sprint, menís keirin, menís Olympic sprint and womenís point score. 

With elite cyclists competing from all over the world as a lead up to the Beijing Olympics, the UCI events are sure to be a real crowd pleaser.  Grant Atkins, President of SCAT believes that the UCI series will add to the carnivals and is thrilled that B&E Personal Banking has chosen to be the naming rights sponsor for the events.  ďB&E Personal Banking is a great supporter of the carnivals and in particular of the cycling program and this is a real boost to the series.  The action should be fast and furious, as it allows the crowds to see some of the best cyclists in the world compete.  This UCI series is just the beginning of making the Tasmanian Christmas Carnivals the place to be for cyclists all around the world and this is already showing with over 230 cyclists registered to compete at LatrobeĒ.

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