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World Track Championships - CM
Melbourne, Australia, May 26-30, 2004
Event program and results
Tales from the track
News and gossip from day 1 of the Melbourne World Track Championships
Photo ©: Mark Gunter
By Karen Forman in Melbourne
abuzz with World Championship spirit - The cosmopolitan Australian city
of Melbourne was abuzz with excitement today as the 2004 World Track Championships
opened at Vodafone Arena.
Cup gold medalists have to be content with bronze at World's - Craig McLean
was cautiously optimistic after his British team qualified second fastest
in the first round of the men's team sprint, just 0.6 seconds behind the French
leaders, at Melbourne's Vodafone Arena velodrome today.
qualifies for Olympic team sprint - but knocked out of the medals - Host
country Australia has achieved its goal to qualify for the Olympics in the
team sprint, but failed to made it through the second round and into the medals
a crazy feeling" says new World Points Champ - New World Points Race Champion
Franck Perque didn't have a minute to absorb the news that he was indeed champion
of the world before he was surrounded by French speaking journalists tonight,
wanting to know just how he felt about the whole thing.
day for Renshaw - Australian first-year FdJeux.com roadie Mark Renshaw
had had high hopes for the points race at the World Track Championships in
Melbourne tonight, but bad luck intervened.
beats viral infection to get on track for Athens - There was a time that
doctors feared Chilean team pursuit specialist Enzo Cesario wouldn't ride
his bike again - let alone achieve his goal to ride at an Olympic Games.