UCI Track World Championships
APELDOORN, Netherlands (AFP) - Collated results from the second day of the world track cycling championships on Thursday:
APELDOORN, Netherlands, March 24, 2011 (AFP) — Britain won the women's team pursuit gold medal after dominating the United States in the final at the world track cycling championships on Thursday.
APELDOORN, Netherlands (AFP) - Australia produced a team pursuit master class to beat Russia and defend their crown here at the 2011 world track cycling championships Wednesday.
Touching base with Garmin-Cervelo's track ace Jack Bobridge, who will return to pro road racing after this week's world track championships
PARIS (AFP) - Britain, France and Australia will be among the nations expected to give an early glimpse of their Olympic potential for London 2012 at the track cycling world championships this week.
No fewer than nine defending champions will line up for Australia at the world track cycling championships later this month in
Apeldoorn, Netherlands, Cycling Australia announced Tuesday.
Photographer Casey B. Gibson was on hand to document the final day of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Copenhagen.
Frenchman Gregory Bauge defends his sprint crown at track worlds.
Simona Krupeckaite wins the women's keirin at the world track cycling championships.
Olympic team pursuit champion Ed Clancy wins the men's omnium at the world track cycling championships.
Canada's Tara Whitten wins the women's points race title at track worlds, her second gold of the championships.
Former skier Tara Whitten of Canada won the women's omnium gold at the world track cycling championships in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Saturday.
Track cycling speed queen Victoria Pendleton eased the pressure on medal-shy Britain by winning her fourth consecutive and fifth career sprint title at the world championships Saturday.
Australian Cameron Meyer claimed his third gold of the world track cycling championships when he teamed up with Leigh Howard to win the men's Madison crown on Saturday.
France's defending world champion Gregory Bauge drew first blood in the battle for men's sprint supremacy when he dominated qualifying at the world track cycling championships Saturday.
There was a time when New Zealand's dreams of Olympic gold in track cycling revolved around the endurance and pursuit teams. But that is about to change.