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August 3, 1987 | WENDY OLSON, Times Staff Writer
When the United States matches wheels with the Soviet Union in a dual track cycling competition Oct. 2-4 at the Olympic Velodrome in Dominguez Hills, it will be the first time the two have ever met in head-to-head cycling competition, and, depending upon next year's international cycling calendar, it may be the last time they meet before the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.
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August 3, 1987 | WENDY OLSON, Times Staff Writer
When the United States matches wheels with the Soviet Union in a dual track cycling competition Oct. 2-4 at the Olympic Velodrome in Dominguez Hills, it will be the first time the two have ever met in head-to-head cycling competition, and, depending upon next year's international cycling calendar, it may be the last time they meet before the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.
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August 30, 1986
Scott Berryman of Santa Ana was released from a Colorado Springs, Colo., hospital after staying overnight with a concussion suffered during competition at the World Cycling Championships.
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August 10, 1986 | Associated Press
Scott Berryman lost his first race in the men's match sprints at the U.S. National Track Cycling Championships Saturday but won the last one and took the gold medal. Berryman, of Boulder, Colo., had to work his way back into the winner's bracket through the repechage rounds. He won two straight races from Olympic gold medalist Mark Gorski of Indianpolis in the semifinal round, then beat silver medalist Nelson Vails of New York in the final.
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October 3, 1987 | JULIE CART
Cycling teams from the United States and the Soviet Union will meet for the first time in dual-meet competition today and Sunday in the Michelob Challenge at the Olympic Velodrome at Cal State Dominguez Hills in Carson. Among those on the U.S. team are 1984 Olympic gold medalist Mark Gorski, silver medalist Nelson Vails and current national sprint champion Scott Berryman. Among the women are three-time world champion Connie Paraskevin-Young and Olympic silver medalist Rebecca Twigg-Whitehead.
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August 8, 1986 | Associated Press
Defending national men's pursuit champion Carl Sundquist of Indianapolis kept the red-white-and-blue champion's jersey Thursday night by beating Tim Bengston of Los Angeles in the final at the U.S. National Track Cycling Championships. But his defense might have been settled during the semifinals when he defeated 1984 Olympic pursuit gold medalist Steve Hegg of Dana Point, Calif.
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August 19, 1988 | Associated Press
David Brinton pulled away from Steve Hegg on the final lap to win the men's individual pursuit championship and a spot on the U.S. Olympic cycling team Thursday night. Brinton, of North Hollywood, was timed in 4:47.07 and finished 1.60 seconds ahead of Hegg, the 1984 Olympic gold medalist in the 4,000-meter event. The final featured five lead changes before Brinton took charge with just over a lap to go. Hegg, of Dana Point, was timed in 4:48.06.
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March 24, 1986 | CHRIS DE LUCA
Peter Gillig of Denmark knows there is always a gamble in the sport of bicycle racing. He knows that a rider needs a clever strategy almost as much as a quick sprint. Sunday at the UC San Diego Criterium bicycle races, Gillig had plenty of sprint but not enough strategy, as Matthew Doval broke away from the pack in the final two laps to beat Gillig and the field of about 80 riders at the 35-lap, 45.5-mile criterium. Mark Caldwell finished second and Richard Mclung was a close third.
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July 10, 1988 | KENT McDILL, United Press International
Mark Gorski is living a child's dream, riding a bicycle as long as he likes every day. Gorski, the 1984 Olympic gold medalist in the 100-meter match sprints, hopes he can continue to live that dream a little longer before facing the real world. Another gold medal would help and Gorski plans to battle Ken Carpenter, Scott Berryman, Nelson Vails and Steven Phillips for the opportunity to go to the Seoul Olympics when the U.S.
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