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U.S. track team berths announced

USA Cycling has announced its automatic selections for the U.S. team attending the 2003 World Track Championships July 30-August 3 in Stuttgart, Germany. Many of the automatic selections earned their world's-team selections by winning their respective events at the 2003 Pan Am and World Championship Qualifier last weekend in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The U.S. team includes: Giddeon Massie (Colorado Springs) - team sprint, sprint,keirinJames Carney (Boulder, Colorado) - scratch raceColby Pearce (Boulder) - points raceStephen Alfred (Santa Cruz, California) - team sprint and keirinAnton

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By VeloNews Interactive

USA Cycling has announced its automatic selections for the U.S. team attending the 2003 World Track Championships July 30-August 3 in Stuttgart, Germany.

Many of the automatic selections earned their world’s-team selections by winning their respective events at the 2003 Pan Am and World Championship Qualifier last weekend in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The U.S. team includes:

Giddeon Massie (Colorado Springs) – team sprint, sprint,keirin
James Carney (Boulder, Colorado) – scratch race
Colby Pearce (Boulder) – points race
Stephen Alfred (Santa Cruz, California) – team sprint and keirin
Anton Quist – team sprint
Tanya Lindenmuth (Trexlertown, Pennsylvania) – sprint, 500 meters, keirin
Jennie Reed (Kirkland, Washington) – keirin
Erin Mirabella (Chula Vista, California) – points race
Sarah Uhl (Perkasie, Pennsylvania) – scratch race

USA Cycling will announce the final team, including discretionary selections, on June 27.