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Monthly Archives: June 2012

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26 June Track League cancelled

Due to rain currently in Edinburgh and forecast for the remainder of this event, track league for 26 June 2012 has been cancelled.

Postponement of Scottish Championships this weekend

Following consultation with Scottish Cycling and the appointed Chief Commissaire, it has reluctantly been decided to cancel this weekends Scottish Track Championship meeting at Meadowbank. The weather forecast for both Saturday and Sunday is for persistent rain and heavy showers and the best forecast is that there may be a …

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Scottish Track Championships – Updated programme released

Following the closing of entries for the Scottish Track Championships the programme has been updated and amended to reflect the entries received. There is no change to which events are on which dates but some of the event orders and timings have been amended. The updated programme is available via …

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British Masters Preparation Track Sessions:

With the British Masters track championships taking place in Newport South Wales on the 29th June to the 1st of July, now is the time to get that final track time preparation done. With a traditional strong showing and impressive medal haul from Scottish riders over the years the masters …

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Meadowbank GP – World Class field head to Meadowbank

World junior champion John Paul defends the Edinburgh Grand Prix sprint title at Meadownbank this weekend against a field featuring riders from Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany, as well as the Great Britain Academy and a strong local contingent.   (Article by Colin Renton) Paul beat Spanish champion Itmar Esteban …

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David and Ralph chat about the Glasgow Velodrome !

David and Ralph chat about the Glasgow Velodrome ! Now that the cycling track has been finished at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow, BBC Scotland speaks to Sir Chris’ dad, David, and the most cheerful velodrome architect in the world, Ralph Schuermann, who say’s he’s particularly fond on …

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