Team GB continue to experiment with team sprint line-up ahead of Olympics

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British team selectors are still experimenting with the line-up for the men's track team sprint, and will use Ross Edgar as 'man one' during the London round of the UCI Track World Cup over February 17-19 where he will join Sir Chris Hoy and Jason Kenny.

Since the retirement of long-term man one Jamie Staff from the British set-up in March 2010, selectors have tried various permutations of the three-man team sprint line-up with limited success.

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