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Track Cycling comp speeds ahead

16 Mar 06 22:56
Day two of the Track Cycling competition will see three gold medals decided in the Men's 40k, Women's 25k Points Race and the Men's Keirin.

The morning session has the Men's 40k Points Race heats, while the evening program will eventually decide the Men's Keirin gold medallist.

The Men’s 40k Sprint Event contains many of the world’s best riders, which will provide some tense competition. Australia’s Ryan Bayley, Shane Kelly, and Ben Kersten will have the advantage of some strong home support, while England’s Jamie Staff and Jason Queally will be pushing them all the way.

Scottish trio Chris Hoy, Craig Mclean and Ross Edgar are also expected to be in the mix.

Australia’s Kate Bates is the favourite in the Women's 25k Points race and her coach Martin Barras touts her as ‘the best Points Racer in the world.’

The Women's Points Race could well be the stand out event of the night.

For more results, visit the Track Cycling schedule and results section of this Website.

- Games News Service

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