Future Stars this weekend

Another generation of 'future stars' will be decided at the Manchester Velodrome this weekend in the culmination of the Revolution Future Stars competition, which has nurtured some of Britain’s most promising new talent with last season’s top riders making significant progress as part of British Cycling’s Olympic Development Programme.

Steven Burke won the competition, but on paper the biggest success has been runner up Andy Tennant, who went on to take the individual pursuit title at the 2005 Junior World Championships. Tennant and Burke have also enjoyed success in the Team Pursuit taking silver at the Junior World Championships and winning the Junior European Championships. Both riders are now part of the elite field.

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