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November 20/09 13:52 pm - Track World Cup #2 Day 2 - Melbourne, Australia


Posted by Editor on 11/20/09
 

Both Jacob Schwingboth and Travis Smith were in action today, with Travis first up to contest the Keirin. Travis drew a tough heat with stiff competition, including Shane Perkins (winner of the majority of sprint events at the Perth GP a week earlier where Travis finished sixth) and British rider Matthew Crampton. Travis was pressing very hard but could only manage a fourth best in the opening round heat, with the top two going through to the next round. However, Travis was up for a second chance to get in on the action in the repechage.

Travis geared down for the repechage with only three riders in the rep and one going through. Sam Webster from New Zealand and Barry Forde of Barbados were the other combatants. Smith drew number three and tried to take the number one spot behind the pace bike, but ended up in third to start the ride. With Forde laying off ever so slightly and weaving back and forth Travis seized the opportunity to dive under Forde as pace bike was now off the track. Forde then came down forcing Travis to back off. It was now down to two laps to go and Travis tried to go high and wide, with Forde going high to protect but Travis got the jump and got onto Webster's wheel. Fortunately, he ran out of gas on the second run to try to go around the Kiwi rider. This ended Travis's day, leaving him to prepare for the Sprints which begin tomorrow morning.

Jacob Schwingboth was up in the second heat for the men's Scratch race and the last event of the morning session. Jake was patient throughout the race and did not panic when six riders gained a lap on the field from three different breakaways. It was now down to the top four riders out of the remaining seven left to go through to the finals with a kilometer remaining in the race. Jake pounced on the opportunity and attacked from up high with a lap and half to go and strung the field out. Jake was just pipped at the line by three other riders, but it was enough for him to go through to the finals in the evening session.

This was Jacob’s first World Cup final, and he lined up against the likes of Chris Newton of Great Britain to contest the 15 kilometre Scratch race. The race averaged over 50 kph and was won by New Zealand rider Tim Sculley. In the end 11 riders gained a lap on the field and Jacob finished 13th but was very active in the race.

Within the first 10 laps of the race an Italian rider lapped the field solo after four laps of riding at 58 kph. Then a series of bursts from the group separated the men from the boys, and three more riders got away to lap the field. Race favourite Newton was still on equal laps but launched a massive attack. At this point that Jacob was already up the road a bit chasing another small group when Newton stormed by with four others in tow. The speed was too much for Jacob to match and he went back to the main group.

By now, six riders had lapped the main peloton, but the Newton-led five-some was losing steam as the end of the race closed in. Newton then attacked his group and gained his lap solo with eight laps remaining in the race. The four riders with Newton just made the connection the field with two laps remaining. Jacob then got on Newton's wheel, but the British rider's acceleration had been dulled by earlier efforts and Newton stalled as he moved up in the sprint.

Jacob managed about sixth or seventh in the bunch sprint for 13th overall, a fine effort for his first World Cup final. Some mistakes were made but there was some excellent riding as well, with lots to build on for future World Cups. Tomorrow is the final day of competition and Travis Smith will be lining up for the match Sprints.

Report courtesy CCA

Men's Scratch
 
Qualifying
 
Heat 1
1 Sebastian Cancio (Argentina)
2 Ho Ting Kwok (Hong Kong, China)
3 Tosh Van Der Sande (Belgium)
4 Ioannis Tamouridis (Greece)
5 Thomas Scully (New Zealand) -1 lap
6 Alex Buttazzoni (Italy) -1 lap
7 Mykhaylo Radionov (Ukraine) -1 lap
8 Kazuhiro Mori (Japan) -1 lap
9 Dale Parker (Australia) -1 lap
10 Ivan Kovalev (Russian Federation) -1 lap
11 Antonio Miguel Parra (Spain) -1 lap
12 Sipke Zijlstra (Netherlands) -1 lap
13 Loïc Perizzolo (Switzerland) -1 lap
 
Heat 2
1 Lukasz Bujko (Poland)
2 Ki Ho Choi (Hong Kong Pro Cycling)
3 In Hyeok Hwang (Korea)
4 Erik Mohs (Germany)
5 Chris Newton (Great Britain)
6 Cody O'Reilly (United States Of America)
7 Philip Nielsen (Denmark) -1 lap
8 Iban Leanizbarrutia Cruz (Cespa-Euskadi) -1 lap
9 Viktor Shmalko (Katusha) -1 lap
10 Jacob Schwingboth (Canada) -1 lap
11 Michael Freiberg (Salamander) -1 lap
12 Akmal Amrun (Malaysia) -1 lap
13 Simon Llewellyn (Ireland) -1 lap
DNS Andrew Williams (G-Race Institute of Speed) -1 lap
 
Final (60 laps)
1 Thomas Scully (New Zealand)
2 Lukasz Bujko (Poland)
3 Viktor Shmalko (Katusha)
4 Ioannis Tamouridis (Greece)
5 Alex Buttazzoni (Italy)
6 Chris Newton (Great Britain)
7 Ki Ho Choi (Hong Kong Pro Cycling)
8 Tosh Van Der Sande (Belgium) - 1 lap
9 Kazuhiro Mori (Japan) - 1 lap
10 Sebastian Cancio (Argentina) - 1 lap
11 Ivan Kovalev (Russian Federation) - 1 lap
12 Erik Mohs (Germany) - 1 lap
13 Jacob Schwingboth (Canada) - 1 lap
14 Dale Parker (Australia) - 1 lap
15 Cody O'reilly (United States Of America) - 1 lap
16 Mykhaylo Radionov (Ukraine) - 1 lap
17 Ho Ting Kwok (Hong Kong, China) - 1 lap
18 Iban Leanizbarrutia Cruz (Cespa-Euskadi) - 1 lap
19 Philip Nielsen (Denmark) - 1 lap
DNF In Hyeok Hwang (Korea)
 
Men's Keirin
 
First Round
 
Heat 1
1 Giddeon Massie (United States Of America)
2 Josiah Ng (Malaysia)
3 Haseem McLean (Trinidad and Tobago)
4 Yondi Schmidt (Netherlands)
REL Alex Bird (Australia)
 
Heat 2
1 Carsten Bergemann (Germany)
2 Azizulhasni Awang (Bike Technologies Australia)
3 Sam Webster (G-Race Institute of Speed)
4 Thomas Bonafos (France)
5 Barry Forde (Barbados)
 
Heat 3
1 Matthew Crampton (Great Britain)
2 Shane Perkins (Jayco)
3 Sergey Borisov (Russian Federation)
4 Travis Smith (Canada)
5 Tomohiro Fukaya (Japan)
 
Heat 4
1 Ross Edgar (Team Sky + HD)
2 Simon Van Velthooven (New Zealand)
3 Quentin Lafargue (Cofidis)
4 Jeong Gyo Jung (Korea)
5 Qi Tang (China)
6 Tomas Golan (Czech Republic)
 
First Round Repechage
 
Heat 1
1 Tomohiro Fukaya (Japan)
2 Haseem McLean (Trinidad and Tobago)
3 Jeong Gyo Jung (Korea)
 
Heat 2
1 Sam Webster (G-Race Institute of Speed)
2 Barry Forde (Barbados)
3 Travis Smith (Canada)
 
Heat 3
1 Alex Bird (Australia)
2 Thomas Bonafos (France)
3 Sergey Borisov (Russian Federation)
4 Tomas Golan (Czech Republic)
 
Heat 4
1 Qi Tang (China)
2 Quentin Lafargue (Cofidis)
3 Yondi Schmidt (Netherlands)
 
Second Round
 
Heat 1
1 Azizulhasni Awang (Bike Technologies Australia)
2 Shane Perkins (Jayco)
3 Qi Tang (China)
4 Ross Edgar (Team Sky + HD)
5 Giddeon Massie (United States Of America)
6 Tomohiro Fukaya (Japan)
 
Heat 2
1 Carsten Bergemann (Germany)
2 Simon Van Velthooven (New Zealand)
3 Josiah Ng (Malaysia)
4 Matthew Crampton (Great Britain)
5 Sam Webster (G-Race Institute of Speed)
6 Alex Bird (Australia)
 
Final 1-6
1 Carsten Bergemann (Germany)
2 Azizulhasni Awang (Bike Technologies Australia)
3 Josiah Ng (Malaysia)
4 Qi Tang (China)
5 Simon Van Velthooven (New Zealand)
REL Shane Perkins (Jayco)
 
Final 7-12
7 Ross Edgar (Team Sky + HD)
8 Alex Bird (Australia)
9 Sam Webster (G-Race Institute of Speed)
10 Matthew Crampton (Great Britain)
11 Tomohiro Fukaya (Japan)
12 Giddeon Massie (United States Of America)
 
Women's Points Race
 
Qualifying
 
Heat 1
1 Madeleine Sandig (Germany) 25 pts
2 Min Hye Lee (Korea) 23
3 Belinda Goss (Australia) 8
4 Joanne Kiesanowski (New Zealand) 6
5 Laura Mccaughey (Salamander) 6
6 Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) 5
7 Theresa Cliffryan (Veruducci Breakaway Racing) 4
8 Andrea Wolfer (Switzerland) 3
9 Anna Nagirna (Ukraine) 2
10 Shelley Olds (United States Of America) 1
11 Verena Absalyamova (Russian Federation) 1
12 Jessie Daams (Belgium)
13 Dulce Pliego (Mexico)
14 Rosy Mccall (G-Race Institute of Speed)
15 Ana Usabiaga Balerdi (Cespa-Euskadi)
 
Heat 2
1 Josephine Tomic (Australia) 10 pts
2 Dorronsoro Olaberria (Spain) 7
3 Jolien D'hoore (Belgium) 5
4 Eleonora Van Dijk (Netherlands) 5
5 Skye Lee Armstrong (Rodin) 4
6 Ausrine Trebaite (Lithuania) 4
7 Evgeniya Romanyuta (Russian Federation) 3
8 Marta Tagliaferro (Italy) 3
9 Elke Gebhardt (Germany) 2
10 Pascale Schnider (Switzerland) 1
11 Yekatsiryna Barazna (Belarus)
12 Lauren Franges (United States Of America)
13 Wan Yiu Jamie Wong (Hong Kong, China)
14 Jessie Maclean (Veruducci Breakaway Racing)
15 Ju Mi Lee (Korea)
DNF Adriana Martinez (Mexico) 20 pts
DNF Penny Day (PHN)
 
Final
1 Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) 16 pts
2 Shelley Olds (United States Of America) 11
3 Madeleine Sandig (Germany) 11
4 Evgeniya Romanyuta (Russian Federation) 10
5 Belinda Goss (Australia) 8
6 Dorronsoro Olaberria (Spain) 8
7 Joanne Kiesanowski (New Zealand) 6
8 Jolien D'hoore (Belgium) 5
9 Josephine Tomic (Australia) 4
10 Andrea Wolfer (Switzerland) 2
11 Eleonora Van Dijk (Netherlands) 2
12 Skye Lee Armstrong (Rodin) 2
13 Elke Gebhardt (Germany) 1
14 Yekatsiryna Barazna (Belarus) 1
15 Pascale Schnider (Switzerland) 1
16 Anna Nagirna (Ukraine)
17 Ausrine Trebaite (Lithuania)
18 Verena Absalyamova (Russian Federation)
19 Theresa Cliffryan (Veruducci Breakaway Racing)
20 Marta Tagliaferro (Italy)
 
Men's 1Km Time Trial
1 Scott Sunderland (Jayco) 1:02.171
2 Chongyang Wang (China) 1:02.204
3 Teun Mulder (Cofidis) 1:02.404
4 David Daniell (Great Britain) 1:02.708
5 Clemens Selzer (Austria) 1:03.693
6 Giddeon Massie (United States Of America) 1:03.706
7 Sascha Hübner (Germany) 1:03.737
8 Dong Jin Kang (Korea) 1:03.860
9 Thomas Bonafos (France) 1:04.461
10 Francesco Ceci (Italy) 1:04.679
11 Ethan Mitchell (G-Race Institute of Speed) 1:05.305
12 Takashi Sakamoto (Japan) 1:05.326
13 Muhammad Syamil Bahrum (Malaysia) 1:05.827


Men's Team Pursuit
 
Qualifying
 
1 Great Britain (Steven Burke/Edward Clancy/Andrew Fenn/Andrew Tennant) 4:01.914
2 Australia (Rohan Dennis/Luke Durbridge/Michael Hepburn/Cameron Meyer) 4:02.755
3 New Zealand (Sam Bewley/Westley Gough/Peter Latham/Marc Ryan) 4:03.166
4 Denmark (Michael Faerk Christensen/Jens Erik Madsen/Rasmus Christian Quaade/Christian Ranneries) 4:06.784
5 Netherlands (Levi Heimans/Tim Veldt/Jeff Vermeulen/Sipke Zijlstra) 4:10.063
6 Germany (Robert Bengsch/Henning Bommel/Marcel Kalz/Stefan Schäfer) 4:10.097
7 Poland (Pawel Brylowski/Dawid Glowacki/Piotr Kasperkiewicz/Grzegorz Stepniak) 4:10.949
8 Ukraine (Maksym Fonrabe/Sergiy Lagkuti/Maksym Polischuk/Vitaliy Shchedov) 4:11.450
9 Spain (Unai Elorriaga Zubiaur/Asier Maeztu Billelabeitia/David Muntaner Juaneda/Antonio Tauler Llull) 4:12.014
10 Switzerland (Silvan Dillier/Claudio Imhof/Loïc Perizzolo/Cyrille Thierry) 4:15.706
11 Korea (Hyeong Min Choe/Seung Woo Choi/In Hyeok Hwang/Sun Jae Jang) 4:21.585
 
Final for Gold and Silver
1 Australia (Rohan Dennis/Luke Durbridge/Michael Hepburn/Cameron Meyer) 3:59.599
2 Great Britain (Steven Burke/Edward Clancy/Andrew Fenn/Andrew Tennant) 4:01.935
 
Final for Bronze
3 New Zealand (Sam Bewley/Westley Gough/Peter Latham/Marc Ryan) 4:00.237
4 Denmark (Michael Faerk Christensen/Jens Erik Madsen/Rasmus Christian Quaade/Christian Ranneries) DNF


 


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