Australia and Russia share spoils at junior track worlds

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Australia proved there is no lack of track cycling talent coming through their system with an impressive opening day at the junior track world championships in Invercargill, New Zealand.

After their senior track riders won just one gold medal at the London Olympics, their juniors out-did them on day one, winning two. It would have been three had their men's team sprint trio not been relegated for changing outside of the zone in their gold medal ride.

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