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UCI Track World Cup 2014 Day 3



excerpts from UCI.ch

Second in the keirin the day before, the Oceania Champion Matthew Glaetzer won the first individual sprint of the season, dominating Great Britain’s Jason Kenny, triple Olympic Champion (individual in 2008 and team sprint 2008 and 2012).  The Australian confided: "I knew it was going to be super tough to beat Kenny because he seems to keep improving through a sprint competition. So to beat him after he knocked me out of the sprint in Glasgow was great."  Glaetzer will wear the UCI Track Cycling World Cup leader’s jersey in London December 5-7: "I am really satisfied with how I am racing at the moment. Each competition is growing me as an athlete and to have success at Oceanias and now this win here in Guadalajara, it is really encouraging for future competitions." 

Third in the keirin, the Colombian Fabian Hernando Puerta Zapata occupies the same spot on the podium in the individual sprint.

Omnium: Liss is regular

Two years after Glasgow, the young Lucas Liss, aged 22, claimed another victory in the UCI Track Cycling World Cup Omnium. Fourth in the Scratch, second in the individual pursuit, third in the elimination, winner of the kilometre and fourth in the flying start, the German athlete finished the Guadalajara event with 182 points. Australian Glen O’Shea finished second with 160 points, while Bobby Lea (USA) took third place, 10 points further back.  Not long graduated from the Junior ranks, Denmark’s Casper Philipp Pedersen finished fifth with 132 points.

Women

Keirin: Chinese double

Second the day before in the individual sprint, Guo Shuang (Team Max success Pro Cycling) won the keirin in Guadalajara. Ten years after her victory in Moscow, the 28-year-old Chinese athlete is still one of the major players on the circuit. Another Chinese Tianshi Zhong (China 361° Cycling Team) finished second while Australia’s Anna Meares (Team Jayco-AIS) took bronze.

Omnium: Leader’s jersey for D’hoore

Jolien D’hoore, silver medallist at the European Championships, tasted victory on the Guadalajara track. The Belgian took honours in the Omnium after finishing third in the Scratch, fourth in the pursuit and the elimination, and second in the 500 metres and flying start. She totalled 180 points, six points ahead of the Cuban Marlies Mejias Garcia. Poland’s Malgorzata Wojtyra finished third with 158 points. For her début in the Elite ranks, double UCI Junior Road World Champion and Omnium World Champion Amalie Dideriksen (Denmark) took fourth place with 124 points. She promises to quickly join the world’s best in the speciality.

The second round of the 2014-2015 UCI Track Cycling World Cup will take place in London (Great Britain) from December 5th to 7th.

Results

 
Men’s sprint – Gold medal race one    
 
1 Matthew Glaetzer (Australia)   2 Jason Kenny (Great Britain)    
 
Gold medal race two    
 
1 Matthew Glaetzer (Australia)     2 Jason Kenny (Great Britain)    
 
Bronze medal race one    
 
1 Fabian Hernando Puerta Zapata (Colombia)     2 Sam Webster (New Zealand)    
 
Bronze medal race two    
 
1 Fabian Hernando Puerta Zapata (Colombia)     2 Sam Webster (New Zealand)    
 
 
Men’s Sprint 5-8 Final    
 
5 Robert Forstemann (Germany)     6 Michael D’Almeida (France)     7 Peter Lewis (Australia)     8 Pavel Kelemen (Czech Republic)    
 
Men’s omnium: 1km Time Trial  
 
1 Lucas Liss (Germany) 0:01:01.381   2 Cameron Karwowski (New Zealand) 0:01:01.415   3 Glenn O’Shea (Australia) 0:01:02.411   4 Olivier Beer (Switzerland) 0:01:02.740   5 Casper Phillip Pedersen (Denmark) 0:01:02.815   6 Bobby Lea (United States) 0:01:03.030   7 Hao Liu (China) 0:01:03.077   8 Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal (Colombia) 0:01:03.094   9 Elia Viviani (Italy) 0:01:03.117   10 Ioannis Spanopoulos (Greece) 0:01:03.425   11 Mauro Abel Richeze (Argentina) 0:01:03.729   12 Raman Tsishkou (Belarus) 0:01:04.031   13 Jonathan Dibben (Great Britain) 0:01:04.088   14 Eiya Hashimoto (Japan) 0:01:04.614   15 Gideoni Monteiro (Brazil) 0:01:04.755   16 King Lok Cheung (Hong Kong) 0:01:04.847   17 Unai Elorriaga Zubiaur (Spain) 0:01:04.915   18 Frantisek Sisr (Czech Republic) 0:01:05.495   19 Vivien Brisse (France) 0:01:05.498   20 Maximo Rojas (Venezuela) 0:01:07.224
 
Men’s omnium: Flying Lap    
 
1 Cameron Karwowski (New Zealand) 0:00:12.824   2 Elia Viviani (Italy) 0:00:12.869   3 Casper Phillip Pedersen (Denmark) 0:00:12.914   4 Lucas Liss (Germany) 0:00:12.937   5 Glenn O’Shea (Australia) 0:00:13.076   6 Hao Liu (China) 0:00:13.103   7 Bobby Lea (United States) 0:00:13.128   8 Ioannis Spanopoulos (Greece) 0:00:13.129   9 Olivier Beer (Switzerland) 0:00:13.133   10 Raman Tsishkou (Belarus) 0:00:13.194   11 Jonathan Dibben (Great Britain) 0:00:13.205   12 Eiya Hashimoto (Japan) 0:00:13.239   13 Vivien Brisse (France) 0:00:13.349   14 Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal (Colombia) 0:00:13.374   15 King Lok Cheung (Hong Kong) 0:00:13.484   16 Unai Elorriaga Zubiaur (Spain) 0:00:13.492   17 Mauro Abel Richeze (Argentina) 0:00:13.504   18 Frantisek Sisr (Czech Republic) 0:00:13.54   19 Gideoni Monteiro (Brazil) 0:00:13.667   20 Maximo Rojas (Venezuela) 0:00:13.697
 
Men’s omnium: Points race    
 
1 Eiya Hashimoto (Japan) 72  pts 2 Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal (Colombia) 56   3 Unai Elorriaga Zubiaur (Spain) 56   4 Olivier Beer (Switzerland) 53   5 Maximo Rojas (Venezuela) 51   6 Ioannis Spanopoulos (Greece) 46   7 Elia Viviani (Italy) 39   8 Gideoni Monteiro (Brazil) 34   9 Casper Phillip Pedersen (Denmark) 33   10 King Lok Cheung (Hong Kong) 30   11 Bobby Lea (United States) 29   12 Mauro Abel Richeze (Argentina) 27   13 Raman Tsishkou (Belarus) 26   14 Glenn O’Shea (Australia) 26   15 Frantisek Sisr (Czech Republic) 21   16 Vivien Brisse (France) 21   17 Lucas Liss (Germany) 10   18 Hao Liu (China) 3   19 Jonathan Dibben (Great Britain) -17
 
Men omnium: Final overall standings    
 
1 Lucas Liss (Germany) 192  pts 2 Glenn O’Shea (Australia) 186   3 Bobby Lea (United States) 179   4 Elia Viviani (Italy) 178   5 Casper Phillip Pedersen (Denmark) 165   6 Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal (Colombia) 162   7 Olivier Beer (Switzerland) 154   8 Raman Tsishkou (Belarus) 152   9 Eiya Hashimoto (Japan) 150   10 Unai Elorriaga Zubiaur (Spain) 150   11 Cameron Karwowski (New Zealand) 136   12 Mauro Abel Richeze (Argentina) 133   13 Gideoni Monteiro (Brazil) 130   14 Ioannis Spanopoulos (Greece) 128   15 Hao Liu (China) 111   16 King Lok Cheung (Hong Kong) 102   17 Maximo Rojas (Venezuela) 87   18 Frantisek Sisr (Czech Republic) 69   19 Jonathan Dibben (Great Britain) 65   20 Vivien Brisse (France) 58   DNF Jasper De Buyst (Belgium)     DNF Martyn Irvine (Ireland)     DNF Artur Ershov (Russia)
 
Women’s omnium: 500m time trial    
 
1 Marlies Mejias Garcia (Cuba) 0:00:34.808   2 Jolien D’hoore (Belgium) 0:00:35.299   3 Malgorzata Wojtyra (Poland) 0:00:35.643   4 Yuanyuan Tian (China) 0:00:35.945   5 Simona Frapporti (Italy) 0:00:36.121   6 Anna Knauer (Germany) 0:00:36.141   7 Ausrine Trebaite (Lithunia) 0:00:36.327   8 Elissa Wundersitz (Austria) 0:00:36.546   9 Sarah Hammer (United States) 0:00:36.567   10 Tatsiana Sharakova (Belarus) 0:00:36.575   11 Lucie Zaleska (Czech Republic) 0:00:36.643   12 Laurie Berthon (France) 0:00:36.665   13 Kate Archibald (Great Britain) 0:00:36.853   14 Amalie Dideriksen (Denmark) 0:00:36.875   15 Racquel Sheath (New Zealand) 0:00:36.934   16 Racquel Sheath (Bahamas) 0:00:36.986   17 Evgeniya Romanyuta (Russia) 0:00:36.996   18 Xiao Juan Diao (Hong Kong) 0:00:37.074   19 Kirsten Wild (Netherlands) 0:00:37.113   20 Caroline Ryan (Ireland) 0:00:37.646   21 Sofia Arreola Navarro (Mexico) 0:00:38.479
 
Women’s omnium: Flying Lap  
 
1 Marlies Mejias Garcia (Cuba) 0:00:13.887   2 Jolien D’hoore (Belgium) 0:00:13.910   3 Kirsten Wild (Netherlands) 0:00:14.120   4 Sarah Hammer (United States) 0:00:14.164   5 Anna Knauer (Germany) 0:00:14.214   6 Malgorzata Wojtyra (Poland) 0:00:14.267   7 Tatsiana Sharakova (Belarus) 0:00:14.281   8 Laurie Berthon (France) 0:00:14.407   9 Xiao Juan Diao (Hong Kong) 0:00:14.463   10 Racquel Sheath (New Zealand) 0:00:14.494   11 Elissa Wundersitz (Austria) 0:00:14.533   12 Ausrine Trebaite (Lithunia) 0:00:14.559   13 Yuanyuan Tian (China) 0:00:14.612   14 Evgeniya Romanyuta (Russia) 0:00:14.618   15 Kate Archibald (Great Britain) 0:00:14.621   16 Amalie Dideriksen (Denmark) 0:00:14.650   17 Simona Frapporti (Italy) 0:00:14.662   18 Lucie Zaleska (Czech Republic) 0:00:14.723   19 Caroline Ryan (Ireland) 0:00:14.784   20 Sofia Arreola Navarro (Mexico) 0:00:14.956   21 Racquel Sheath (Bahamas) 0:00:15.005
 
Women’s omnium: Points Race    
 
1 Sofia Arreola Navarro (Mexico) 40  pts 2 Amalie Dideriksen (Denmark) 27   3 Kirsten Wild (Netherlands) 16   4 Jolien D’hoore (Belgium) 13   5 Marlies Mejias Garcia (Cuba) 9   6 Evgeniya Romanyuta (Russia) 8   7 Malgorzata Wojtyra (Poland) 8   8 Tatsiana Sharakova (Belarus) 7   9 Kate Archibald (Great Britain) 6   10 Ausrine Trebaite (Lithunia) 6   11 Elissa Wundersitz (Austria) 5   12 Laurie Berthon (France) 5   13 Sarah Hammer (United States) 5   14 Caroline Ryan (Ireland) 4   15 Simona Frapporti (Italy) 4   16 Xiao Juan Diao (Hong Kong) 3   17 Racquel Sheath (Bahamas) 3   18 Yuanyuan Tian (China) 1   19 Lucie Zaleska (Czech Republic)     20 Anna Knauer (Germany)     21 Racquel Sheath (New Zealand)
 
Women omnium: Final overall standings    
 
1 Jolien D’hoore (Belgium) 193  pts 2 Marlies Mejias Garcia (Cuba) 183   3 Malgorzata Wojtyra (Poland) 166   4 Amalie Dideriksen (Denmark) 151   5 Kirsten Wild (Netherlands) 150   6 Sarah Hammer (United States) 147   7 Anna Knauer (Germany) 116   8 Evgeniya Romanyuta (Russia) 112   9 Simona Frapporti (Italy) 104   10 Tatsiana Sharakova (Belarus) 101   11 Racquel Sheath (New Zealand) 100   12 Laurie Berthon (France) 95   13 Ausrine Trebaite (Lithunia) 83   14 Yuanyuan Tian (China) 78   15 Caroline Ryan (Ireland) 76   16 Elissa Wundersitz (Austria) 69   17 Kate Archibald (Great Britain) 67   18 Sofia Arreola Navarro (Mexico) 62   19 Lucie Zaleska (Czech Republic) 57   20 Xiao Juan Diao (Hong Kong) 56   21 Racquel Sheath (Bahamas) 26   DNF Minami Uwano (Japan)     DSQ Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro (Spain)    
Women keirin finals 1st – 6th     Result 1 Shuang Guo (Chn)     2 Tianshi Zhong (Chn)     3 Anna Meares (Australia)     4 Elis Ligtlee (Netherlands)     5 Anastasiia Voinova (Russia)     6 Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania)    
 
Women keirin finals 7th-12th    
 
7 Stephanie Morton (Australia)     8 Elena Brejniva (Russia)     9 Tania Calvo Barbero (Spain)     10 Monique Sullivan (Canada)     11 Miriam Welte (Germany)     12 Fatehah Mustapa (Malaysia)


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