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'Essential' repairs to secure Manchester Velodrome's future will cost £26m, says city council

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Cut through the noise by getting the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox 'Essential' repairs to Manchester Velodrome intended to secure its long-term future and avoid future closures will cost £26m, the city council has revealed.

The building, part of the National Cycling Centre which serves as British Cycling’s headquarters, is seen as the most important ‘legacy outcome’ of Manchester’s hosting of the Commonwealth Games in 2002.

It is also said to have sparked the continued successes of Great Britain at Olympic, Paralympic and World Championship level, while four million people have visited since it opened in 1994 after being built the year before. READ MORE : Potential ‘catastrophic’ building failings at Manchester

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