Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Desire Burns to Win World Title

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Desire Burns to Win World Title

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Byline: Melanie Plane Melanie.Plane@capnews.com.au

LEW Marshall isn't going to settle for second best.

The Rockhampton masters track cyclist set himself a challenge to win at least one world title and he is determined to achieve it.

Marshall dominated at the recent 2014 South Australian Masters Omnium and Track Titles at Adelaide Super Drome last month and said he hoped his winning form would carry through to the Bendigo Madison Carnival and Australian Masters Track Cycling Championships next week.

"I was successful in winning gold in the Omnium Championship and also winning gold in the sprint, time trial, individual pursuit, scratch race and points race for the state track titles," Marshall said.

"It was the first time anyone has ever won all of the events at the state titles and I also broke some records.''

Having moved into the masters six division for riders aged 55-59, Marshall was preparing to face Australian and world title-holder Andrew Mills at the Australian championships. …

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