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26 Sep 2020 12:06
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cycling

    The women continue to lead the way for the New Zealand track cycling team in Cambridge

    The women continue to lead the way for the New Zealand track cycling team in Cambridge


    Natasha Hansen and Olivia Podmore are through to the last sixteen in the individual sprint however they will face each other in the next round.

    Fellow sprinter Eddie Dawkins has had a tough time in the mens keirin.

    Dawkins got impeded slightly going down the front straight into the bell lap

    He had to sit up on the bike which saw him lose momentum.

    Dawkins wont have to wait long, with the repechages due to run in the next half hour

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