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Jonathan Edwards introduces action from cycling's World Track Championships.

Three gold medals are on offer on this penultimate day. There will be a new champion in the women's sprint, with the 2012 British winner Victoria Pendleton having since retired.

The women's points race and men's omnium will also be decided. Ed Clancy won Olympic bronze for Great Britain in 2012 and he will be eager to at least match that result after narrowly missing out on a World Championship medal.

The first three races of the six-stage omnium will also be contested in the women's event, in which Britain's new track star Laura Trott is the Olympic and defending world champion.

Release date:

1 hour, 45 minutes

Last on

Sat 23 Feb 2013 17:15


Role Contributor
PresenterJonathan Edwards
CommentatorSimon Brotherton
Production DepartmentLowri Jones

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