The nine-time sprint world champion and three-time Olympic medalist will not press on through this year's Olympic Games.
Grégory Baugé says his motivation is lacking following his controversial loss in London
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Baugé unfulfilled in match sprint finals and lets his frustration show
The French three-time world champion had to settle for silver in the team sprint in London
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APELDOORN, Netherlands (AFP) ─ France's Gregory Bauge won the world sprint title after beating Britain's Jason Kenny 2-0 in the final of the blue riband event of the world track cycling championships Friday.