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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : October 8 2008
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, October 9, 2008 21 SYDNEY - 2008 Sydney, Australia 14th - 19th October 2008 Hosted by the Bankstown Sports Club at the Dunc Gray Velodrome, Bankstown Sydney. FREE SPECTATOR ENTRY and FREE ON SITE PARKING Dunc Gray Velodrome, Carysfield Rd. Bass Hill. Just off the Hume Hwy. Last year we successfully staged the largest ever World Masters Track Cycling event... now it's back! Be part of the experience! BANKSTOWN SPORTS CLUB CELEBRATING 50 YEARS See World Class track cycling at its very best. Bring your family and friends to experience the excitement and spectacle of the world's best masters cyclists competing for world championships in one of the worlds best velodromes. Morning, afternoon and evening sessions every day. Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th October FREE Cycling Expo. Sunday is family day with great prizes and fun for all. www.cyclingmasters.com.au ADVERTISEMENT World Masters Championships and Expo comes to Bankstown. The 14th annual UCI Track Cycling Masters World Championships 2008 will be staged at the Dunc Gray Velodrome, Bass Hill from the 14th -- 19th October. This year's event will include a Cycling Expo on the weekend of the Championships, 18th-19th October. Hosted by the Bankstown Sports Club, last years event staged for the first time ever in Australia was an outstanding success, attracting a record number of 425 riders, including 190 international competitors from 25 countries. This year organisers are again expecting a large number of riders to enter. The Championships showcases the world's best track cycling riders with spectacular, exciting racing with the venue open to spectators for all sessions FREE of charge, with FREE on site parking. The Cycling Expo is also FREE entry with a FAMILY DAY on Sunday 19th as part of Bankstown Sports Club's 50th year celebrations. ON SUNDAY (October 19th) THERE WILL BE A LUCKY DOOR PRIZE OF CYCLING EQUIPMENT INCLUDING A BIKE FRAME. ALSO KIDS ACTIVITIES AND FUN. The Championships are for riders 30 years and over, competing in 5 year age categories for both men and women with each age group competing over 5 individual disciplines. These include the event disciplines of Time Trial, Sprint, Pursuit, Points Race and Scratch Race. Men can also participate in the Team Sprint event. There will be almost 90 world championships contested over the 6 days of competition. Additional information is available on the official website. www.cyclingmasters.com.au
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