Photo finish! Lea Sophie Friedrich claims victory for Germany in Women’s Keirin final! | Eurosport

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Watch Lea Sophie Friedrich claim a fantastic victory for Germany in Women’s Keirin final at the 2022 European Track Cycling Championships.

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