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Fourteen Americans names for second track World Cup

By:
Cycling News
Published:
November 26, 2011, 21:51 GMT,
Updated:
November 26, 2011, 21:55 GMT
Edition:
First Edition Cycling News, Monday, November 28, 2011
Race:
UCI Track World Cup II
American Sarah Hammer took the omnium points race win by lapping the field twice.

American Sarah Hammer took the omnium points race win by lapping the field twice.

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Team will head to Cali in Colombia

Fourteen Americans will be competing in round two of the UCI Track World Cup set for Cali, Colombia on December 1-3. The Unidad Deportiva Alberto Galindo Velodrome will play host to the final Track World Cup event of 2011 and the second of four of the season.

After eight riders gained valuable experience in round one in Kazakhstan last month, 14 of America's top track cyclists will contest 10+ events next weekend in Cali. Multi-time world champion Sarah Hammer (OUCH Pro Cycling) will led the women's team pursuit squad and contest the omnium as she begins her quest for Olympic gold. A combination of Lauren Tamayo (Peanut Butter & Co TWENTY 12), Dotsie Bausch (OUCH Pro Cycling) and Jennie Reed (OUCH Pro Cycling) will join Hammer in the women's team pursuit as they look to continue their success after setting the world record in 2010 and collecting the world championship silver medal in 2011. The US will also field a young men's team pursuit squad.

National record holders Michael Blatchford (Project 2012) and Jimmy Watkins (Momentum Cycling) will be joined by Kevin Mansker (Project 2012) in the men's team sprint while also contesting several additional sprint events. Liz Carlson (Black Dog Pro Cycling Team) and Dana Feiss (Home Depot Center) will team up in the women's team sprint and contest additional sprint events.

US team for UCI Track World Cup #2 in Cali
Sarah Hammer (OUCH Pro Cycling) - team pursuit, omnium
Lauren Tamayo (Peanut Butter & Co TWENTY 12) - team pursuit
Dotsie Bausch (OUCH Pro Cycling) - team pursuit
Jennie Reed (OUCH Pro Cycling) - team pursuit
Gregory Daniel (Chipotle) team pursuit
Mathew Lipscomb (Fulton Flyers) - team pursuit, points race
Ian Moir (Yahoo Cycling Team) - team pursuit, omnium
Zachary Noonan (FCS-Metro Volkswagen) - team pursuit
Liz Carlson (Black Dog Pro Cycling Team) - team sprint, sprint, Kerin
Dana Feiss (Home Depot Center) - team sprint, sprint, Kerin
Michael Blatchford (Project 2012) - team sprint, sprint
Jimmy Watkins (Momentum Cycling) - team sprint, sprint, Kerin
Kevin Mansker (Project 2012) - team sprint
TJ Mathieson (Momentum Coaching Group/pb Atomic) - kilo

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