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THIS WEEK: Tokyo qualifying on the line at Baseball Premier 12; cycling and fencing...

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Winter doesn’t always mean snow and ice, as the World Cup seasons for Track Cycling and Fencing begin this week. Plus a major qualifying...

CYCLING Preview: 116th World Track Championships set in Poland

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One of the oldest competitions in Olympic sport is the World Track Cycling Championships, which was first contested way back in 1893. Some 450...

CYCLING Preview: Fifth track cycling World Cup on in New Zealand

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One thing you can say for the track cyclists in the 2018-19 UCI World Cup: they are getting a lot of frequent-flyer miles! The fifth...

CYCLING: Lavreysen ends Glaetzer’s streak in London World Cup Sprint

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It took four tries, but someone finally beat Australia’s Matthew Glaetzer in a World Cup sprint. Competing in London’s Lee Valley VeloPark, Glaetzer made it...

CYCLING Preview: Look for the Union Jack on the podium in London World Cup

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The fourth of six UCI Track Cycling World Cup events takes place in London (GBR) this week, with a strong British squad expected to...

CYCLING: Glaetzer stays perfect in Berlin Track World Cup

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The third leg of the UCI Track Cycling World continued to confirm that Australia’s Matthew Glaezter is the world’s finest sprinter. The 2018 World Champion...

CYCLING Preview: Track World Cup resumes in Berlin

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The track cyclists have been off since October, but are gathered in Berlin (GER) for the third stage in the 2018-19 UCI Track Cycling...

CYCLING: Glaetzer & Lee repeat as Sprint champs at Track Cycling World Cup

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Australia’s reigning Sprint World Champion Matthew Glaetzer won his second straight UCI Track Cycling World Cup to highlight the second leg of the World...

CYCLING: World champs Glaetzer and Wild win in Track World Cup opener

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The echo of the 2018 World Championships was heard in the opening of the 27th edition of the UCI Track World Cup in Saint-Quentin...

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