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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cycling

    New Zealand sprint coach Rene Wolff is unfazed by the struggles of the men's sprint team in the UCI track cycling World Cup at Cambridge

    New Zealand sprint coach Rene Wolff is unfazed by the struggles of the men's sprint team in the UCI track cycling World Cup at Cambridge


    Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster and Eddie Dawkins were fastest in qualifying but fragmented badly in their second run, leaving Dawkins to effectively run three laps on his own.

    They bounced back to grab bronze, with a jaded Dawkins switched to lead out with Webster anchoring the team.

    Wolff says while they were disappointed with fourth in Hong Kong and now a third in Cambridge, he's not concerned.

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