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March 24/10 11:04 am - Track Worlds: Day 1 results


Posted by Editoress on 03/24/10
 

The 2010 Track World Championships opened this afternoon in Copenhagen with the qualifying round of the women's Individual Pursuit.  American Sarah Hammer, the 2006 and 2007 world champion who was injured at the Beijing Games, proved that she is back in contention with a qualifying time over 2.5 seconds ahead of second place Wendy Houvenaghel (Great Britain), with defending champion Alison Shanks (New Zealand) third.  Canada's Tara Whitten, the Pan Am champion, finished ninth.

"It's not as good a ride as I was hoping for," admitted Whitten.  "Going in the last heat was a real benefit, because I knew what time I needed [to reach the medal round], and it would have to have been a PB [personal best].  I went out strong, but just couldn't hold it."

Whitten also revealed that her focus has shifted from the Pursuit to the Omnium, an event that she won the silver medal in at last year's world championships.

"I've been really concentrating on the Omnium, which means some less focus on the Pursuit and more on the speed events that make up part of the Omnium, because now the Omnium is an Olympic event."

Hammer and Houvenaghel will ride for gold tonight, while Shanks races Vilija Sereikaite (Lithuania) for bronze.

 

Results will be updated at the end of every event.  Check back for full event results regularly

 

 

Women's Individual Pursuit
 
Qualifying
1 Sarah Hammer (USA) 3:27.826
2 Wendy Houvenaghel (Great Britain) 3:30.377
3 Alison Shanks (New Zealand) 3:31.259
4 Vilija Sereikaite (Lithuania) 3:31.905
5 Ellen Van Dijk (Netherlands) 3:33.704
6 Lesya Kalitovska (Ukraine) 3:36.159
7 Jaime Nielsen (New Zealand) 3:37.212
8 Vera Koedooder (Netherlands) 3:37.466
9 Tara Whitten (Canada) 3:38.315
10 Fan Jiang (China) 3:38.519
11 Pascale Schnider (Switzerland) 3:39.111
12 Ah Reum Na (Korea) 3:39.518
13 Sarah Kent (Australia) 3:40.779
14 Verena Joos (Germany) 3:41.092
15 Dalila Rodriguez Hernandez (Cuba) 3:41.277
16 Charlotte Becker (Germany) 3:42.068
17 Elissavet Chantzi (Greece) 3:44.802
18 Ausrine Trebaite (Lithuania) 3:45.286
19 Vaida Pikauskaite (Lithuania) 3:45.782
20 Debora Galvez Lopez (Spain) 3:46.051
21 Nontasin Chanpeng (Thailand) 3:54.945
22 Wan Yiu Jamie Wong (Hong Kong) 3:59.093

Fastest 2 riders race for gold,

and 3rd and 4th riders race for bronze

 
Final
 
Ride for Gold and Silver
1 Sarah Hammer (USA) 3:28.601
2 Wendy Houvenaghel (Great Britain) 3:32.496
 
Ride for Bronze
3 Vilija Sereikaite (Lithuania) 3:32.085
4 Alison Shanks (New Zealand) 3:32.733


 

Women's 500m Time Trial
 
Final
1 Anna Meares (Australia) 33.381
2 Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania) 33.462
3 Olga Panarina (Belarus) 33.779
4 Willy Kanis (Netherlands) 33.801
5 Sandie Clair (France) 33.992
6 Kaarle Mcculloch (Australia) 34.349
7 Miriam Welte (Germany) 34.407
8 Jinjie Gong (China) 34.538
9 Lisandra Guerra Rodriguez (Cuba) 34.674
10 Junhong Lin (China) 34.803
11 Wai Sze Lee (Hong Kong) 34.974
12 Jessica Varnish (Great Britain) 34.992
13 Virginie Cueff (France) 35.017
14 Monique Sullivan (Canada) 35.334
15 Yvonne Hijgenaar (Netherlands) 35.418
16 Rebecca Angharad James (Great Britain) 35.515
17 Olga Streltsova (Russian Federation) 35.601
18 Gintare Gaivenyte (Lithuania) 35.603
19 Helena Casas Roige (Spain) 35.778
20 Renata Dabrowska (Poland) 35.864
21 Elisa Frisoni (Italy) 36.255

 

Men's Team Sprint
 
Qualifying
1 France (Gregory Bauge/Michaël D'almeida/Kévin Sireau) 43.373
2 Germany (Robert Förstemann/Maximilian Levy/Stefan Nimke) 43.458
3 Great Britain (Ross Edgar/Chris Hoy/Jason Kenny) 43.802
4 China (Changsong Cheng/Lei Zhang/Miao Zhang) 44.017
5 New Zealand (Edward Dawkins/Adam Stewart/Sam Webster) 44.450
6 Russia (Sergey Borisov/Denis Dmitriev/Sergey Kucherov) 44.498
7 Australia (Daniel Ellis/Jason Niblett/Scott Sunderland) 44.578
8 Netherlands (Teun Mulder/Yondi Schmidt/Roy Van Den Berg) 44.630
9 Poland (Maciej Bielecki/Kamil Kuczynski/Damian Zielinski) 44.820
10 Japan (Kota Asai/Yudai Nitta/Kazunari Watanabe) 45.136
11 Canada (Stephane Cossette/Travis Smith/Joseph Veloce) 45.523
12 Czech Republic (Tomas Babek/Adam Ptacnik/Denis Spicka) 45.674
13 Greece (Vasileios Reppas/Christos Volikakis/Zafeirios Volikakis) 45.730
14 Ukraine (Danylo Dutkevych/Artem Frolov/Andrii Vynokurov) 45.795
15 Spain (David Alonso Castillo/Itmar Esteban Herraiz/Alfredo Moreno Cano) 46.071
16 Italy (Valerio Catellini/Francesco Ceci/Luca Ceci) 46.436
Fastest 2 teams race for gold,
and 3rd and 4th riders race for bronze
 
Final
 
Ride for Gold and Silver
1 Germany (Robert Förstemann/Maximilian Levy/Stefan Nimke) 43.433
2 France (Gregory Bauge/Michaël D'almeida/Kévin Sireau) 43.453
 
Ride for Bronze
3 Great Britain (Ross Edgar/Chris Hoy/Jason Kenny) 43.590
4 China (Changsong Cheng/Lei Zhang/Miao Zhang) 44.002

 

 

Men's Points Race
 
Final
1 Cameron Meyer (Australia) 70 pts
2 Peter Schep (Netherlands) 33
3 Milan Kadlec (Czech Republic) 27
4 Chris Newton (Great Britain) 26
5 Ingmar De Poortere (Belgium) 24
6 Christophe Riblon (France) 17
7 Walter Fernando Perez (Argentina) 13
8 Roger Kluge (Germany) 13
9 Daniel Kreutzfeldt (Denmark) 10
10 Makoto Iijima (Japan) 8
11 Andreas Müller (Austria) 8
12 Carlos Torrent Tarres (Spain) 5
13 Lukasz Bujko (Poland) 3
14 Angelo Ciccone (Italy) 3
15 Ho Ting Kwok (Hong Kong) 0
16 Tristan Marguet (Switzerland)
DNF Zach Bell (Canada)
DNF Ioannis Tamouridis (Greece)
DNF Thomas Scully (New Zealand
DNF Artur Ershov (Russian Federation)
DNS José Ramon Infante Aguirre (Mexico)

 


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