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  • Chris Hoy learned on girl’s bike

    Cyclist Sir Chris Hoy’s first bicycle was a girl’s bike the Olympic gold medallist’s mother reveals.

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    • Date: 17 Apr 2012

    GB success will continue – Clancy

    Ed Clancy believes GB cyclists will deliver Olympic success even if performance director Dave Brailsford leaves his role.

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    • Date: 17 Apr 2012

    Hoy takes audacious keirin gold

    Sir Chris Hoy concludes the World Track Cycling in Melbourne with a stunning ride to win the men’s keirin gold medal.

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    • Date: 12 Apr 2012

    Brailsford ponders sprint options

    British Cycling performance director Dave Brailsford refuses to reveal his sprint selection strategy for Sir Chris Hoy and Jason Kenny.

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    • Date: 12 Apr 2012

    Boonen wins Paris-Roubaix classic

    Belgian Tom Boonen becomes only the second rider to win the Paris-Roubaix classic for the fourth time.

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    • Date: 10 Apr 2012

    Thomas should snub Games – coach

    British Cycling head coach Shane Sutton says Geraint Thomas should race in the Tour de France instead of going for a second Olympic gold.

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    • Date: 8 Apr 2012

    Year ban hurt me – champion Bauge

    Gregory Bauge, who beat Jason Kenny to track cycling’s sprint world title in Melbourne, says the fallout from his year-long ban still ‘hurts’.

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    • Date: 8 Apr 2012

    Bemused Hoy admits lack of desire

    Sir Chris Hoy tells BBC Sport he “wasn’t as up for it” as much as earlier in the year after finishing behind Jason Kenny in the World Track Cycling sprint in Melbourne.

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    • Date: 7 Apr 2012

    Trott wins gold as Kenny pips Hoy

    Laura Trott wins omnium gold for Britain as Jason Kenny beats Sir Chris Hoy on his way to sprint silver at the World Track Cycling.

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    • Date: 7 Apr 2012

    Wounded Pendleton wins world gold

    Track cyclist Victoria Pendleton overcomes a bruising collision with Australia’s Anna Meares to win world sprint gold in Melbourne.

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    • Date: 6 Apr 2012