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Australia’s Matthew Glaetzer defends Time Trial title at commonwealth games

Matthew Glaetzer

Australia’s Matthew Glaetzer successfully defended his Commonwealth 1000m Time Trial title at Lee Valley VeloPark.

The 29-year-old secured his second gold of Birmingham 2022 – after victory in the Team Sprint – as he crossed the line in a time of 59.505 seconds.

Glaetzer, who had won six Commonwealth medals in total before this event, beat compatriot Thomas Cornish by 0.531secs, with Trinidadian Nicholas Paul completing the podium after he won gold in the men’s keirin on Saturday.

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