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Ian Browne
also called "Joey" Browne is a former Australian track cyclist who along with Tony Marchant won the 2000 m tandem event at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne

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  1. born 22 June 1931

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  2. Unusually tall and strongly built for a cyclist, Browne had little formal training and won his first Australian title in 1953 in the 10 mile event

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  3. In his retirement, Browne continued his involvement in the sport, using his vast experience to serve the sport as an administrator

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  4. Browne did not team up with Marchant until early in 1956 and they promptly won the tandem event at the national championships to earn national selection

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  5. The pair were eliminated after losing their first two races but were given a reprieve when the Soviet Union pair were hospitalised in a crash and forced to withdraw

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