British Cycling has today announced its 16-strong Great Britain team for the forthcoming Paralympic World Cup event, which is to be held in Manchester between May 7-11.

The track cycling will be contended over two days of competition, May 7-8, and is the last international para-cycling track event that the GB team will compete in before the Beijing Paralympics.

The GB team have shown fantastic form already this year, breaking three World Records during the Paralympic Omnium event at the recent World track Championships.

GREAT BRITAIN TEAM SELECTION
Anthony Kappes (Piloted by Jonathan Norfolk), B/Vi ? Tandem Kilo and Tandem Sprint
Darren Kenny, CP3 ? 3km Pursuit, Kilo and Team Sprint
Rik Waddon, CP3 ? Kilo and Team Sprint
Mark Bristow, LC1 ? Kilo and Team Sprint
Gary Williams, LC1 ? 4km Pursuit
Jody Cundy, LC2 ? Kilo and Team Sprint
Simon Richardson, LC3 ? 3km Pursuit, Kilo and Team Sprint
Russell White, LC1 ? 4km Pursuit, Kilo and Team Sprint
Ian Sharpe (Piloted by Paul Hunter) B/Vi – Pursuit
Simon Jackson – (Piloted by Barney Storey), B/Vi ? Tandem Kilo and Tandem Sprint
Aileen McGlynn ? (Piloted by Ellen Hunter), B/ViF ? Tandem Kilo and Pursuit
Sarah Storey LC1/2/CP4? Pursuit and 500m Time Trial

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