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Hong Kong’s Sarah Lee shrugs off early frustration to win women’s sprint gold in Paris World Cup

S.China Morning Post Sunday, 21 October 2018
Veteran Sarah Lee Wai-sze shrugged off her early disappointment in the team spirit by proving she is still one of the best sprinters in the world by becoming the women’s sprint champion at the track World Cup series in Paris on Saturday. In the opening round of the 2018-19 track cycling season, Lee came up with her first gold medal in the series since her last victory in Cali, Colombia in 2012. Lee defeated Stephanie Morton of Australia in the final with a 2-0 win in the best-of-three tie...
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