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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cycling

    World champions Aaron Gate and Ellesse Andrews headline a 16-strong track and road cycling team that's off to the Paris Olympics

    World champions Aaron Gate and Ellesse Andrews headline a 16-strong track and road cycling team that's off to the Paris Olympics


    Joining Gate as part of the men's track endurance quartet are Campbell Stewart, Tom Sexton and Keegan Hornblow.

    The women's track endurance team comprises Bryony Botha, Ally Wollaston, Nicole Shields and Emily Shearman.

    World Tour riders Niamh Fisher-Black, Kim Cadzow, Laurence Pithie and Corbin Strong make up the four-strong road team, but there's no space for George Bennett or Finn Fisher-Black, who have been named as reserves.

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