British sprinters miss out on medals on frustrating day in Apeldoorn

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The success of day one gave way to frustration in the GB camp on day two as the British track sprinters failed to hit the heights the endurance riders had hit the day before.

Sir Chris Hoy, reportedly in great shape, had to call it a day after the sprint qualification due to a chest infection. The Scot had qualified fourth fastest with a 10.177 second ride but knew that something was wrong.

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