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  • n. Plural form of keirin.

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Examples

  • Baranoski picked up the nickname "Red Baron" during the Georgia keirins.

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  • A strategic decision was taken to concentrate only on Olympic events - sprints, keirins, team sprints, team pursuits and omniums for both sexes.

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  • As well as the men's and women's individual pursuits, the men's and women's points races and the men's Madison will all disappear in favour of sprints, keirins, team sprints, team pursuits and omniums for both sexes.

    Belfasttelegraph.co.uk - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • During the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, there were seven male and three female track events, but now the new schedule will focus on sprints, keirins, team sprints, team pursuits and omniums for both sexes.

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  • The new schedule focuses on sprints, keirins, team sprints, team pursuits and omniums for both sexes.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • The men's and women's individual pursuits, men's and women's points races and the men's Madison are to disappear in favour of sprints, keirins, team sprints, team pursuits and omniums for both sexes.

    Sportal.com.au - Latest News Headlines

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