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    Olivia Podmore feels the women's sprint track cyclists are in a strong spot ahead of the start of their World Championships campaign this morning

    Olivia Podmore feels the women's sprint track cyclists are in a strong spot ahead of the start of their World Championships campaign this morning


    Podmore was in the start position for the team sprint during their World Cup win in Cambridge in December, with Natasha Hansen at second wheel.

    She says it takes a bit of getting used to.



    The team sprint starts at 6.30am.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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