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DANISH TRACK SQUAD TRAINING PROGRAM
They must be tapering for World Championships this week.
THE WINNING MOVE OF THE DECADE
I know it’s old news now but…
“I thought I’ll give it a go and I breathed in, shut my eyes and went through the gap.” Sir Chris Hoy, Keirin World Champion. Seriously did that with his eyes closed. I love Hoy’s parents’ reaction in the upper left corner of this video. Priceless.
UPDATE: Check out Alfred’s YouTube Playlist for more highlights from last weekend’s World Championships in Melbourne. Full results are up at Tissot Timing.
I had let go of what I knew I was good at and spent time after time working on something I wasn’t so good at, and in the end, after all the toils and pain and struggles and sacrifice, I finally had achieved it. World Sprint Champion.
— Anna Meares, first Australian female to win a World Title in the Sprint.
Quoted from Anna’s personal recap of the World Champs in Apeldoorn. On her blog, she gives us a play-by-play account of her three days in competition and how she won three World Champion titles including the Sprint. Definitely worth reading!
Found on Cycling News.
Without a doubt Australia has proven that they have the strongest country in track cycling this year — earning eleven medals, eight of which are of the golden variety. The Aussies surely will be the ones to watch out for next year at the London Olympics.
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