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Cycling - 30. April 2013.

Joanna Rowsell, Laura Trott and Dani King to race in IG London Nocturne

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Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling is delighted to announce that Olympic champions Joanna Rowsell, Laura Trott and Dani King will compete in the Elite Women's Criterium at the IG London Nocturne on Saturday 8th June, where they will race in the strongest-ever elite women's field at Smithfield Market in London in less than six weeks' time.

British fans who attend the Nocturne will be hugely excited at the chance to see a trio of British medal winners compete on the streets of London, rather than the Olympic Velodrome, after their victory at the London 2012 Olympics.

"I'm really excited about this race, there are always so many fans lining the streets, and we'll want to put on a great performance," said double Olympic champion Trott. "The IG London Nocturne will be important for us leading into the National Championships - it will be our last real test against a competitive field."

"The IG London Nocturne will be the first time Wiggle Honda officially races as a team in the UK, in front of a massive British audience," added team manager Rochelle Gilmore. "This is a really big and important event for our team. We're extremely excited about racing in front of a home crowd against a strong line-up of professional women."

FACE Partnership MD James Pope, the event organiser, said: "We are committed to promoting women's cycling, and I am delighted that the Nocturne will feature the strongest women's professional team."

The 2013 IG London Nocturne promises to be the biggest and best yet: elite competition will be accompanied by the usual favourites like the Time Out London Folding Bike Race and the Brooks Penny Farthing Race.
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