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Graves clinches second World Masters' victory

Toowoomba's Nathan Graves has claimed a second gold medal at the 2017 World Masters Track Cycling Championships in Los Angeles.
Toowoomba's Nathan Graves has claimed a second gold medal at the 2017 World Masters Track Cycling Championships in Los Angeles. Kevin Farmer

TOOWOOMBA Nathan Graves continued his stunning World Masters track cycling debut in Los Angeles today with a second gold medal victory.

Graves helped celebrate his birthday with a win over fellow Aussie Cameron Campling in the 35-39 years sprint.

It was Graves' second victory from two rides this week at the 2017 world championships.

Graves' first ride in the masters' competition saw him also win gold in Tuesday's 1000m individual time trial.

He will compete in his final event of the championships this week as a member of the Australian sprint team.

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