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U.S. Women Dedicated Team Pursuit Gold Medal to Kelly Catlin

U.S. Women Dedicated Team Pursuit Gold Medal to Kelly Catlin

Team USA is back atop the podium at the track cycling world championships less than a year after Catlin's death.

The women of the U.S. track cycling team have reclaimed the title of world championships after winning gold in the 4,000-meter team pursuit at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin on February 27. This year the team comprised of Chloe Dygert, Jennifer Valente, Lily Williams, and Emma White. 

Great Britain finished second in the women's team pursuit, while Germany came in third place.

Team USA placed seventh in the women's team pursuit last year after previously dominating in that discipline, winning gold three years in a row from 2016 to '18.

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