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Australia's Sprinter's USA Update

Australian sprinters continue winning in the USA

Lehigh Valley Velodrome - Trexlertown

Cycling Australia Website

It was a repeat of Los Angeles last week in the women's sprint, for Queensland pair Anna Meares and Chloe McPherson, who again went head to head in the final.

"It was a strongly contested final between the two with some excellent tactical riding and very uncompromising racing," said Australian Coach, Martin Barras. "Chloe really took it to Anna but her experience won the day in two straight heats."

To cap off the night's racing Meares won the scratch race.

The squad now heads to Germany, the next race for the squad will be the Cottbus International on Friday August 25th.


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