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In the individual pursuit, Great Britain's legendary road and track rider Beryl Burton was just as dominant, with five titles between 1959 and 1966.
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The image was captured on the dashboard camera of a police vehicle following a pursuit through Cleckheaton in the early hours of last Monday.
Ford III said in a recent interview that any of his officers may initiate a pursuit for reasons specified in the department's pursuit policy, but that police officer must gain authorization to continue the pursuit.
They initially focused on three main issues: 1) How should agencies communicate as a pursuit moves across jurisdictions?
October - Bronze in team pursuit at Olympics in Sydney.
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He intended to back up Great Britain's defence of the team pursuit by pedalling for glory in the individual pursuit, the madison, scratch or points races.
The pursuit ended and the man was taken into custody at Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Paxton Street, the same intersection the pursuit began, Pisarzewicz said.
Evidence suggests that mutual pursuit of social and achievement goals is necessary to perform well academically (e.