Archibald and Mora hold leads in endurance races in UCI Track Champions League

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11.28.2021


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Katie Archibald wins women's Scratch race at round 2 of UCI Track Champions League

Katie Archibald wins women’s Scratch race at round 2 of UCI Track Champions League (Image credit: SWPix)
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Picture by Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com - 27/11/2021 - Cycling - UCI Track Champions League Round 2 - Lithuania / Cido Arena, Panevėžys, Lithuania - Germany's Emma Hinze leads on her way to winning her semi final women's sprint.

Germany’s Emma Hinze leads on her way to winning her semi final women’s Sprint (Image credit: SWPix)
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Picture by Will Palmer/SWpix.com - 27/11/2021 - Cycling - UCI Track Champions League Round 2 - Lithuania / Cido Arena, Panevėžys, Lithuania - Poland's Mateusz Rudyk is chased down by the Netherland's Harrie Lavreysen during the men's sprint first round.

Poland’s Mateusz Rudyk is chased down by the Netherland’s Harrie Lavreysen during the men’s Sprint first round (Image credit: SWPix)
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Picture by Will Palmer/SWpix.com - 27/11/2021 - Cycling - UCI Track Champions League Round 2 - Lithuania / Cido Arena, Panevėžys, Lithuania - Spain's Sebastian Mora-Vedri celebrates victory in the men's Elimination race.

Spain’s Sebastian Mora celebrates victory in the men’s Elimination race (Image credit: SWPix)
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Picture by Will Palmer/SWpix.com - 27/11/2021 - Cycling - UCI Track Champions League Round 2 - Lithuania / Cido Arena, Panevėžys, Lithuania - The Netherland's Harrie Levreysen celebrates winning the men's Keirin final.

The Netherland’s Harrie Levreysen celebrates winning the men’s Keirin final (Image credit: SWPix)
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Cido Arena in Panevėžys, Lithuania

Racing at the UCI Track Champions League in Lithuania for round two (Image credit: SWPix)

The UCI Track Champions League resumed for round 2 at the Cido Arena in Panevėžys, Lithuania on Saturday. 

Germany’s Emma Hinze and Great Britain’s Katie Archibald continue to lead the overall standings in the women’s sprint and endurance categories, respectively. 



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