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Masters track nats shifted to Colorado

The 7-Eleven Velodrome in Colorado Springs, Colorado, will host theU.S. Cycling Federation’s Masters National Track Cycling ChampionshipsAugust 6-10, according to USA Cycling.The original venue, the Superdrome in Frisco, Texas, was closed in Mayafter a deteriorating surface rendered the track unsafe for riders.The race dates and event schedule for the championships remain unchanged,and the registration deadline has been pushed back one week to July 30,according to national events director Eric Moore. For more informationon the revised event, see USACycling's website.“This is still ranked

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The 7-Eleven Velodrome in Colorado Springs, Colorado, will host theU.S. Cycling Federation’s Masters National Track Cycling ChampionshipsAugust 6-10, according to USA Cycling.The original venue, the Superdrome in Frisco, Texas, was closed in Mayafter a deteriorating surface rendered the track unsafe for riders.The race dates and event schedule for the championships remain unchanged,and the registration deadline has been pushed back one week to July 30,according to national events director Eric Moore. For more informationon the revised event, see USACycling’s website.“This is still ranked as one of the fastest tracks in the world, andwe’re hoping some records get broken here,” said John Cotton, lead venuesoperation specialist at the 7-Eleven Velodrome. “We really believe it willbe an absolutely terrific event.”In related news, USA Cycling awarded the 2003 Masters National TrackChampionships to the Kenosha Velodrome Association, which had submitteda bid to host this year’s championships.“The folks in Wisconsin worked hard to organize the necessary supportbefore submitting their bid for 2002, so we are confident that with a fullyear to plan, the masters nationals in 2003 will be a success,” said MattMurphy, USAC national events manager.