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May 30: Photos: All the Day 5 action
May 30: Day 5 wrap-up report
May 30: Photos: All the Day 4 action
May 29: Day 4 wrap-up report

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Results
May 30: Men sprint final
May 30: Men's Madison
May 30: Start list: Men sprint finals
May 30: Men sprint semis, 5-8, 9-12

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The Australian team in Stuttgart

Heroes Made In Melbourne

For the first time, the UCI Track Cycling World Championships will be held in Melbourne at the magnificent Vodafone Arena, May 26-30, 2004. See 200 of the world's finest athletes as they battle for the honour of the coveted World Champion's rainbow jersey, and a place in their country's 2004 Olympic team. More than 40 nations will contest 15 events, six for women and nine for men, in a dazzling display of speed, tactics and thrilling racing.

The steep-banked walls of the Vodafone Arena offer an excellent close-up view of track cycling, one of the world's most exciting spectator sports.

New world record the highlight of day 2

May 27, 2004: A world record and a historic win highlighted the second day of competition at the world track cycling championships at Melbourne's Vodafone Arena.

New Zealander Sarah Ulmer has temporarily deposed Leontien Zijlaard - van Moorsel as the queen of world pursuit racing after a blistering ride this morning. Ulmer was pitted against Zijlaard - van Moorsel in the qualifying round ride off and the New Zealander broke the Dutchwoman's world record for the 3000-metres set at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.

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Weekend finals sell out as Melbourne flocks to World's

May 27, 2004: Organisers of the 2004 UCI Track Cycling World Championships today announced Melbourne’s Vodafone Arena is officially sold out for the finals sessions being staged on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon.

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Melbourne unveils world first in TV technology

May 27, 2004: Last night a worldwide audience of hundreds of millions was introduced to VS Speedmarker, technology that allows television viewers to watch how competitors are faring against world records.

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New world record set in women's 3km IP

By Gerard Knapp

May 27, 2004: In the final qualifying heat of the women's 3km individual pursuit, New Zealand's Sara Ulmer has broken the world record with a time of 3.30.604, two-tenths of a second inside the record that was set by Holland's Leontien Zijlaard - Van Moorsel in a semi-final at the Sydney Olympics.

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