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Neva Day beats World's standard in LA

Qualifying trials no problem for 37 year old debutant

Automatic qualification for USA's newest track prospect

 

The two-day USA Cycling World Team Trials at the ADT Event Center in suburban Los Angeles began Friday as Neva Day, from Manhattan Beach, California (South Bay Wheelmen) met a time standard to automatically qualify her for the 2007 UCI Track World Championships in Mallorca , Spain , to take place from March 29 - April 1 2007.

37-year-old Day competed in her first international-level competition the previous weekend at the UCI Track World Cup, also in Carson , with an eighth-place finish in the women’s 3-kilometer individual pursuit.  Friday, she clocked a 500-meter split of 32.643 and a finishing time of 2:29.859 in the women’s 2-kilometer mass start test to automatically qualify for the U.S. team that will head to Spain this spring.

 

 

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