Clark helps NSW trackies

One of Australia's most famous track cyclists, Six-day legend Danny Clark, is lending a hand to up...

One of Australia's most famous track cyclists, Six-day legend Danny Clark, is lending a hand to up and coming riders from the New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS). Clark will be in Sydney on Friday to work with NSWIS riders including Mark Renshaw, Chris Sutton and Olympic gold medallist Stephen Wooldridge on their Madison racing skills.

NSWIS cycling head coach, Gary Sutton is the man responsible for bringing Clark to Sydney. "Danny Clark is one of the premier cyclists in the world and I believe that the knowledge he will be able to pass on to our riders will be invaluable," said Sutton. "Australia has a great record in the Madison at an international level. We hope that by drawing on the expertise of athletes such as Clark, we will be able to build on this record well into the future."

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