OLYMPICS: Cyclist Amy Cure is bound for Britain

ADVOCATE: THE Australian Olympic Committee has this morning announced the 14 athletes to make up the Australian track cycling team for the London Olympics, with Coastal cyclist Amy Cure included in the squad.

As predicted, 19-year-old Cure will join Annette Edmondson, 20, Melissa Hoskins, 21 and Josie Tomic, 22, in the women's team pursuit squad.

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Twelve cyclists are on debut, with Jack Bobridge and Anna Meares the only cyclists remaining from the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

In the men’s endurance squad, Bobridge is joined by Edmondson's younger brother Alexander along with Rohan Dennis, 21, Michael Hepburn, 20, and Glenn O’Shea.

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