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Bell 360 Invictus

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Charles R. Magel

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Sally Arnup

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2019 UEC European Track Championships

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Don Charles Gemoris Attygalle

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Joel Fallon

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2019 Kiskút Open – Doubles

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2019 TF7

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2019 CS Warsaw Cup

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Eda Zoritte

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Roshan Cools

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Amico Ricci

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Roger Sprague

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2019 Lucas Oil 150

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