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CYCLING.

, The, Australian cycling, "crack," A. JGlark, is rapidly confirming all. the good things said of him prior to his advent in Paris. On three succeeding Sundays hehas.won international events at the Velodrome d'Hiver,, beating, amongst others, riders of the calbre of Van den Born,, Kadela, Rattichj Heller, Devois* soux, and.Saliwab. Recently he won Eis race in great style, covering the last- 200 metres (220 yds) in the fast time of 12 l-ss. . . • Clark improves every time he rides, and when the open-air season comes along the stars of the speed merchants will find him a. very, tough nut to crack. His great chum, Maefarland, predicts the very highest path honours for the Australian, and the American is about as good a judge of cyclists as may be found in either hemisphere.

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CYCLING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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