Last Updated: October 1, 2012 2:45pm
Jody Cundy: Took the bronze in the men's team sprint
Jody Cundy won bronze in the men's team sprint at the British National Track Championships at the weekend.
The Paralympian was part of the NW Region A squad, alongside multiple national champion Craig MacLean and Matt Crampton. The team beat VC St Raphael's Rowan Elliot, Andrew Leveton and David Heald.
It was the final race of the 2012 Championships, with the country's top sprinters all involved.
The men's team sprint title went to the NW Region B squad of Lewis Oliva, David Daniell and Peter Mitchell in 45.036. They were only two tenths of a second in front of the City of Edinburgh RC team of John Paul, Bruce Croall and Callum Skinner, the new Sprint champion.
Sky Sports scholar Cundy tweeted after the race - @jodycundy: 3 man 3 efforts done! And on the last one I was done! Bronze medal with @craigmaclean5 @matcrampton . Good fun racing with those guys!
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