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Australian National Track Cycling Championships - CN

Sydney, Australia, April 27 - May 2, 2004

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Australian Track Cycling Championships

Australia's top track riders will contest the national track championships from April 27-May 2 at the Dunc Gray Velodrome in Sydney. The Championships will also act as the selection trial for Australia’s multi-disability cyclists for the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games. Australia already boasts five world record holders in multi-disability events and all will be racing at the championships.

Four-time world champion, Shane Kelly, fresh from his World Cup victory in Manchester, will lead the charge for Victoria, while for New South Wales 2002 sprint World Champion Sean Eadie returns after an injury-plagued 2003. Eadie is eager to impress national selectors and secure an Olympic berth.

Queensland’s Anna Meares, a seven time Australian champion, will be the woman to beat in the sprint events. Sydney’s Rochelle Gilmore has returned to Australia from Europe in a bid to secure her third straight Australian title in both the points and scratch race events.

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