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May 27/04 5:57 am - Track World Cup: Day 2


Posted by Editoress on 05/27/04
 

Track Worlds Melbourne, Australia

Day 2

Women's Keirin

Qualifying

Heat 1
1. Shuang Guo (China)
2. Elisa Frisoni (Italy)
3. Oxana Grishina (Russia)
4. Katrin Meinke (Germany)
5. Maya Tachikawa (Japan)
6. Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania)

Heat 2
1. Jennie Reed (USA)
2. Clara Sanchez (France)
3. Diana Garcia Orrego (Colombia)
4. Susan Panzer (Germany)
5. Rosealee Hubbard (Australia)
6. Anastasia Tchulkova (Russia)

Repechage

Heat 1
1. Susan Panzer (Germany)
2. Oxana Grishina (Russia)
3. Maya Tachikawa (Japan)
4. Anastasia Tchulkova (Russia)

Heat 2
1. Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania)
2. Katrin Meinke (Germany)
3. Diana Garcia Orrego (Colombia)
4. Rosealee Hubbard (Australia)

Ride Off for 7th-12th
7. Katrin Meinke (Germany)
8. Oxana Grishina (Russia)
9. Rosealee Hubbard (Australia)
10. Anastasia Tchulkova (Russia)
11. Maya Tachikawa (Japan)
12. Diana Garcia Orrego (Colombia)

Gold Medal Ride Off
1. Clara Sanchez (France)
2. Elisa Frisoni (Italy)
3. Jennie Reed (USA)
4. Susan Panzer (Germany)
5. Shuang Guo (China)
6. Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania)


Men's Individual Pursuit

Heat 1
1. Luke Roberts (Australia) 4:24.384
2. Volodymyr Dyudya (Ukraine) 4:25.510

Heat 2
1. Robert Bartko (Germany) 4:22.702
2. Paul Manning (Great Britain) 4:25.041

Heat 3
1. Robert Hayles (Great Britain) 4:22.045
2. Christian Lademann (Germany) 4:29.664

Heat 4
1. Sergi Escobar Roure (Spain) 4:19.908
2. Fabien Sanchez (France) caught

Bronze Medal Final
3. Robert Bartko (Germany) 4:20.928
4. Luke Roberts (Australia) 4:20.947

Gold Medal Final
1. Sergi Escobar Roure (Spain) 4:19.382
2. Robert Hayles (Great Britain) 4:20.337


Women's Individual Pursuit

Qualifying
1. Sarah Ulmer (New Zealand) 3:30.604. (**World Record)
2. Olga Slyusareva (Russia) 3:33.926
3. Katie Mactier (Australia) 3:34.145
4. Elena Tchalykh (Russia) 3:35.347
5. Leontien Zijlaard Van Moorsel (Netherlands) 3:35.349
6. Karin Thurig (Switzerland) 3:36.998
7. Katherine Bates (Australia) 3:37.630
8. Emma Davies (Great Britain) 3:40.623
9. Lada Kozlikova (Czech Republic) 3:42.498
10. Maria Luisa Calle (Colombia) 3:42.778
11. Marion Clignet (France) 3:43.809
12. Adrie Visser (Netherlands) 3:44.651
13. Apollinaria Bakova (Russia) 3:44.839
14. Erin Mirabella (USA) 3:45.124
15. Juliette Vandekerckhove (France) 3:45.138
16. Meifang Li (China) 3:46.189
17. Hanka Kupfernagel (Germany) 3:46.407
18. Tatiana Shishkova (Moldavia) 3:51.224
19. Sofiya Pryshchepa (Ukraine) 3:52.551
20. Uyun Muzizah (Indonesia) 4:02.458
21. Cherifa Adda (Algeria) 4:52.102


Men's 1000M Time Trial

1. Chris Hoy (Great Britain) 1:01.599
2. Arnaud Tournant (France) 1:01.957
3. Theo Bos (Netherlands) 1:02.055
4. Stefan Nimke (Germany) 1:02.238
5. Ben Kersten (Australia) 1:02.299
6. Shane Kelly (Australia) 1:02.314
7. Sören Lausberg (Germany) 1:02.452
8. Teun Mulder (Netherlands) 1:02.681
9. Carsten Bergemann (Germany) 1:02.723
10. François Pervis (France) 1:02.742
11. Craig McLean (Great Britain) 1:02.743
12. Alois Kankovsky (Czech Republic) 1:02.763
13. Masaki Inoue (Japan) 1:03.910
14. Grzegorz Krejner (Poland) 1:04.132
15. Ruben Donet Gregori (Spain) 1:04.318
16. Kamil Kuczynski (Poland) 1:04.733
17. Keiichiro Yaguchi (Japan) 1:04.827
18. Christian Stahl (USA) 1:05.452
19. Radoslav Konstantinov (Bulgaria) 1:08.064

Report, Andy Lee USA Cycling

Jennie Reed (Kirkland, Wash.) claimed the first medal for the U.S. at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships this evening taking bronze in the women's keirin. After winning her first round heat in the morning session, Reed placed third behind world champion, Clara Sanchez (FRA) and silver medalist, Elisa Frisoni (ITA) in the finals.

"I'm pretty happy with a bronze medal," Reed said afterwards. "Tactically, the keirin is such an unpredictable race and I gave it everything I had so I'm quite happy."

In the only other activity for the U.S. team this evening, Christian Stahl (Bethany, Conn.) placed 18th in the men's kilometer time trial with a time of 1:05.452. Chris Hoy (GBR) edged world record holder, Arnaud Tournant (FRA), for the world title with a winning time of 1:01.599. Theo Bos (NED) took the bronze medal.

Stahl was a member of the team sprint squad that placed 11th in yesterday's team time trial and his performance today likely means that the U.S. will not be granted a start position in the men's kilometer time trial at the Olympic Games.

Reed's bronze medal performance has no Olympic implications as the women's keirin is not an Olympic discipline event.

 


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