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Belarus, Colombia to host track cycling worlds

Updated: January 27, 2012, 13:08

AIGLE, Switzerland (AP) Belarus and Colombia have been awarded hosting rights for track cycling's world championships.

The International Cycling Union says Belarusian capital Minsk will host in 2013 and Cali, Colombia, in 2014.

But the UCI has canceled the inaugural World Cycling Forum that was planned for this year. No host city had been chosen.

The 2012 UCI Congress will be held in Maastricht, Netherlands, during the road world championships.

The UCI management committee made the decisions Friday in Koksijde, Belgium, ahead of the cyclo-cross world championships staged this weekend.

The 2015 cyclo-cross worlds were awarded to Czech city Tabor.

Greenville, S.C., will host the 2014 Paracycling worlds road races.

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