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Thursday, August 26, 2004

Shane, Graeme, Stu & Flying Ryan

Two more golds complete Australian domination
The track portion of the Olympic cycling program concluded last night with the men's keirin and Madison, and the women's points race. Australia confirmed its status as the dominant nation in track cycling by adding two golds and a bronze to its tally of nine track medals (including five gold) in the keirin and Madison, while Russia added the women's points gold to the men's points title it won yesterday.

Olympics: Aussies dominate Olympic cycling with six golds.
Australia confirmed their status as the new force of world cycling after dominating the Athens Olympics with six gold medals, two of them on a memorable closing day's competition at the Velodrome.

Two more gold in cycling blitz.
Speed king Ryan Bayley and Graeme Brown claimed an Olympic double each tonight as Australia completed its dominance of cycling at the Games with six gold medals.
Bayley won the keirin in an electric show of speed to go with yesterday's sprint gold only minutes after 4000m team pursuit champion Brown teamed with Stuart O'Grady to win the madison race.


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