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The team pursuit, the Keirin and the women?s team sprint: on day two of the Copenhagen World Cup no less than three gold medals became Great Britain property.

The team pursuit victory was even more remarkable given one of the four components of the team was young Steven Burke. Chris Newton pulled out after forming part of the team that qualified for the finals, as Burke lived up to the challenge of racing with the more experienced trio of Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas and Paul Manning in style, helping secure GB?s third gold from three World Cups.

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THE RESULTS
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WOMEN?S 500M TIME TRIAL
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MEN?S TEAM PUSUIT
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WOMEN?S POINTS RACE
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MEN?S KEIRIN
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MEN?S KILOMETRE TIME TRIAL
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WOMEN?S TEAM SPRINT
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MEN?S SCRATCH RACE

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