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Tuesday, 24 October 2017 15:11

No Turning Back For Teneil

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The undisputed queen of local cycling is now the darling of the Caribbean, and isn't ready to give up that mantle just yet.

Teneil Campbell is anxious to grow and develop further in the sport, and credits her training for getting her thus far.

Campbell's form both on the track and the road has been simply phenomenal so it wasn’t a great surprise she did the double over in Martinique.

But she has designs on even greater success, and is keen to put in the hard yards, even at the UCI Centre in Switzerland if possible.

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