http://vemployee.com/disqusion/69-slovar-starorusskiy-yazik.html The Revolution returns to Manchester for Round 2 with the ‘traditional’ one day programme – featuring a full sprint programme with match sprinting and keirins as well as the usual mix of elite endurance and Hoy Bikes Future Stars.
http://art-gallery.dtx.ru/discus/sposob-prigotovleniya-kabachkovoy-ikri.html The Elite Endurance competition sees Ed Clancy return, joining European champion Andreas Graf, 2013-14 Points race star Peter Kennaugh and his Sky teammate Luke Rowe.
In the Women’s competition, Jo Rowsell abandons her role as a pundit to return to the racing – facing Laura Trott who took a clean sweep in the Women’s Omnium in Round 1 as well as Elinor Barker, Katie Archibald, Ciara Horne and Amy Roberts who took Gold with Trott in last weekend’s World Cup Team Pursuit.
Leading the continental opposition – Laura Berthon of France, who rode the Omnium in Mexico last week and fellow Omnium specialist Giorgia Bronzini of Italy.
The sprint line-up, too, is mouth-watering with triple World Champion Francois Pervis doing battle with recent World Cup Team Sprint winners Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes.