Posted by Editor on 10/2/98
Masters World Track Championships, Manchester, England
(courtesy Albert Zwolinski)
Well, it took awhile, but we finally have the last results for the Masters Track Worlds. Gord Singleton took his second Gold medal of the championships, beating Gil Hatton of the USA in the Men's 40-44 age category. Canada's Norm Sheil won a silver medal in the Men's 65+ Sprint, to go with the gold (Points Race) and silver (Pursuit) that he won earlier. Unfortunately, the Olympic Sprint didn't go quite as well, with neither squad (Gord Singleton was on a composite squad in the Open category, and Singleton and Sheil were on another team in the 135+ category) qualifying for the final rounds. Congratulations to both riders.
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