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Well, not only cyclingnews is responding, evidently. Hardly any website. It's the worst communication concerning an importing track cycling event for a long time. Even the official website doesn't give any results or a link and the European Cycling Organization, http://www.uec.ch, just gives a few general results. Apparantly only the Brits, but primarely focussing on their own competitiors (http://www.britishcycling.org.uk), do their utmost best.
So won Kévin Sireau the 200m qualification with a modest 9,989s with respect to his World Record, before Jason Kenny in 10,019s, Watcher 10,155s, Levy 10,172s and Daniel in 10,181s.
 
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Frans Rutten said:
Well, not only cyclingnews is responding, evidently. Hardly any website. It's the worst communication concerning an importing track cycling event for a long time. Even the official website doesn't give any results or a link and the European Cycling Organization, http://www.uec.ch, just gives a few general results.

With my last visit I stumbled much to my great surprise on a completely reshaped website, now http://www.uec-federation.eu, with a profound coverage of the European Track Cycling Championships in Minsk. Not as detailed as by Tissot Timing with the UCI World Track Cycling Championships, but it's getting there.
 

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