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Reading Track League Bordeaux Paris Meeting 20 August 2010


As tradition dictates, Reading Track League’s Bordeaux-Paris tribute meeting on the May Bank Holiday weekend was postponed to the August Bank Holiday and, as tradition dictates, the rain clouds gathered in an attempt to push it into September.

Results and pictures

Preston Park Track League 5 May 2010


On the eve of the general election, there was an exceptional turn-out of 78 riders despite the cold conditions, and each race in another action-packed meet had several candidates for victory. In the search for an outright winner tonight, my vote was definitely going to the joint league leader Felix English. The in-form junior had put in a barn-storming performance last week when he won every race in which he took part, and he had clinched the final stage of the Isle of Man International Junior Tour the previous weekend.

British National Track Championships 2009 – Day 3

Day 3 of the British National Track Championships saw three titles decided with the Men's Sprint, Women's Scratch and Men's Individual Pursuit on the timetable. With Chris Hoy returning to the track for only the second time since his World Cup accident in Copenhagen in February, some were asking how quickly - if ever - he would regain his form.

Full report and results to follow

Pictures by Chris Maher

British National Track Championships 2009 – Day 2


Some familiar faces on Day 2 of the British National Track Championships as the program was again dominated by the Women's Sprinters and the Men's Endurance riders. Newly crowned 500m Time Trial Champion Victoria Pendleton went in the Sprint whileAlex Dowsett and Ed Clancy who performed so well in the Kilo yesterday had hopes of medals in the Men's Scratch.

Photos by Chris Maher

Herne Hill Womens Omnium 2009


Full results and photos available.

For the second week in a row the weekend’s weather has been superb for racing and this weekend saw the opening round of the National Women’s Omnium Series. A field of 19 starters took to the venue that was originally built back in 1891 and hosted the 1948 Olympic Games.

Welwyn Track League 15 May 2009


Friday's meeting of the Welwyn Track League was brought to a premature end as rain, which had threatened all day, finally arrived during the latter stages of the first Senior A League 10 lap scratch race.

The race was shortened to 9 laps and was won by Bryan Taylor by inches from Lewis Atkins with Mark Baxter in third place. There was the usual high turnout of riders and all categories completed one race before racing was abandoned for the evening.