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Cavendish back on the track after surgery

Cav and Draper in New Year action

Mark Cavendish was out on the track at the weekend, taking part in the latest round of the Revolution series at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester.

It was Cavendish's first competitive outing since having shoulder surgery in September, to fix an injury he sustained in the Tour of Britain.

He lined up as part of a Great Britain quartet in the team pursuit.

They came second, losing out to a quartet from Team Wiggins by just one second.

Cavendish is aiming for a place in Team GB's track squad for this year's Rio Olympics.

He's hoping to take part in the Omnium.

Young Manx cyclist Nathan Draper, now a member of the British Cycling Academy, finished 12th in the flying lap event.

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