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Cyclones storm to best ever results

Australia's cyclists have capped off a phenomenal week of success with two more gold medals on the final day of racing in the 2011 UCI Track World Championships in the Dutch city of Apeldoorn.

The Cyclones stormed to a record result of eight gold, two silver and one bronze medal with sprint sensation Anna Meares claiming victory in the keirin to secure a golden hat trick while defending champions Cameron Meyer and Leigh Howard overcame their 'marked men' status to take their second straight Madison crown.


Aussies grab double gold in Apeldoorn

The Australian Cyclones have grabbed two golds and a bronze medal on day two of competition at the 2011 UCI Track World Championships in the Netherlands to move to the top of the table after eight of 19 events.

Defending world champions Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch delivered a standout performance to defeat Great Britain's Jessica Varnish and Victoria Pendleton and claim their third straight team sprint world title.

The Australian pair clocked 33.237 to finish three tenths of a second up on their rivals and cement the hat trick. Meares set the pair up with a solid first lap of 18.688 which was half a second quicker than Varnish. McCulloch added another tenth of a second to the lead in the next half lap and hung on against Pendleton's barnstorming final 125 metres to seal the victory.


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