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Last Updated: Thursday, 3 March, 2005, 13:33 GMT
Hoy to head track bid in America
Hoy won the time-trial at the World Cup event Manchester
Olympic gold medallist Chris Hoy will lead the British challenge at the World Track Cycling Championship in Los Angeles between 24-27 March.

Hoy, the defending champion in the kilometre time-trial, and keirin world title holder Jamie Staff have both been included in the 15-strong squad.

The Scot is seen as Britain's best chance of winning a medal in the absence of Bradley Wiggins.

Wiggins will miss out as he is taking two years off from track racing.

British team

Men: Mark Cavendish, Ed Clancy, Matthew Crampton, Steve Cummings, Ross Edgar, Rob Hayles, Chris Hoy, Craig MacLean, Paul Manning, Chris Newton, Jason Queally, Jamie Staff.
Women: Emma Davies, Nikki Harris, Victoria Pendleton.

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