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Cycling Scotland uses Revolution 45 as Commomwealth Games preparation

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A strong line-up of Scottish Cycling track stars head to London this week ahead of the final round of the Revolution Series. The action is spread across two days with three sessions of racing at the newly opened Lee Valley VeloPark at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th March 2014.

The impressive line-up includes Scottish Cycling supported track sprint riders Chris Pritchard, Jonny Mitchell, Kenneth Ayre, Jonathan Biggin and Scottish Cycling National Champion Callum Skinner.  As there are no female sprint events at this round of Revolution, Scottish sprint cyclist Jenny Davis will be trying her hand at the Omnium alongside newly crowned World Champion Katie Archibald.

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Gary Coltman, Scottish Cycling’s Head of Performance said “The final round of the Revolution Series is an excellent opportunity for many of our athletes to compete against world class competition and experience the atmosphere of the newly opened Lee Valley Olympic velodrome.

“The Commonwealth Games is fast approaching and presents a once in a lifetime opportunity for many of our elite athletes, to represent Scotland in the Commonwealth Games on home soil.”

Aside from the strong sprint line-up Scottish Cycling endurance athlete Mark Stewart will be competing in the Madison, Scratch and Points races whilst Jack Carlin will be in action in the Hoy Bikes Future Stars event.

Scottish Cycling Team

Women

Endurance 
Katie Archibald
Jenny Davis

Men

Endurance
Mark Stewart

Sprint
Callum Skinner
Chris Pritchard
Jonathan Mitchell
Kenneth Ayre
Jonathan Biggin

Future Stars
Jack Carlin 

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