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National Cycling Velodrome handed over

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The National Cycling Velodrome has been handed over to the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago.
The Balmain facility was handed over on Tuesday after stringent checks were made on all competition surfaces.
The facility which sits next to the Aquatic Centre and the Ato Boldon Stadium has been outfitted with all the modern requirements for elite cycling and is expected to attract a number of foreign interests.
The inner parts of the facility can be used for other sports such as basketball, futsal, badminton, hockey and volleyball.
The National Aquatic Center is to be completed next, with the National Tennis center the last to be handed over to SPORTT.
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