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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cycling

    High hopes in the ranks of the men's Team Pursuit heading in the the track cycling program in Japan

    High hopes in the ranks of the men's Team Pursuit heading in the the track cycling program in Japan


    In February, the Team Pursuiters nailed a time of 3.46.81, nearly eleven seconds quicker than the time that Aaron Gate and his team rode to take bronze at the London games in 2012.

    Gate, who is set to become a triple Olympian, says he's rapt with how they're tracking and it's the most excited he's ever been for a pinnacle event



    Aaron Gate says they will probably have to break Denmark's world record 3.44.672 if they hope to medal.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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