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Kiwis 'fizzing' for Track World's

The New Zealand team for the Track Cycling World Championships arrived in Los Angeles last weekend, most from the team base in Mexico where they were training at high altitude, while others came from New Zealand where Wellington's fog delayed the departure of a couple of members.

Michael Flynn, BikeNZ's High Performance Director, said the team is "fizzing" and is confident that the entire squad is capable of producing top individual and team performances during the World Championships and expects a number of top six finishes.

Reigning World Champion Greg Henderson is one of the Kiwis to watch as he looks to defend his World Championship title in the Men's 15km Scratch on Saturday night local time.

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