Paralympic cyclists test out the London Velodrome

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

London, England — Yesterday, with less than a day before the start of the 2012 Summer Paralympics, Paralympic cyclists spent time training at London's Olympic Park Velodrome. Cycling on the track starts on Thursday.

Tandem cyclists from Spain
Image: Laura Hale.
Amputee cyclists from Spain
Image: Laura Hale.
A cyclist prepares to ride
Image: Laura Hale.
Tandem cyclists from Spain
Image: Laura Hale.
Members of the Spanish team in the center part of the velodrome
Image: Laura Hale.
A pair of Spanish amputee cyclists
Image: Laura Hale.
A cyclist on the track
Image: Laura Hale.
A Czech cyclist on the track
Image: Laura Hale.
A Spanish cyclist drafting behind his tandem team members
Image: Laura Hale.
A Czech cyclist on the track
Image: Laura Hale.
Team GB cycling in place
Image: Laura Hale.
Team GB cycling in place
Image: Laura Hale.
A German cyclist on the track
Image: Laura Hale.
A Spanish cyclist on the track
Image: Laura Hale.



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