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SA track cyclist David Maree won't hold back on Olympic debut: 'I want to compete'

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South African cyclist David Maree for Enza (Tony Harding Photography)
South African cyclist David Maree for Enza (Tony Harding Photography)
Tony Harding Photography

South African track cyclist David Maree said he won't hold back when he makes his Olympic debut next month.

In May, he was selected for the SA team for this year's Tokyo Olympics, scheduled to get under way from 23 July to 8 August.

Maree, 31, has come a long way to make it to the biggest stage.

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