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2011 Pan-Am Games Track Day 3 Results

by pedalmag.com

October 19, 2011 (Guadalajara, Mexico) – Here are some results from the third day on the track at the Pan-Am Games in Mexico. Stephanie Roorda, fresh off her gold medal ride with the Canadian Women’s Pursuit Team, is competing in the Omnium while Jacob Schwingboth racing in the men’s Omnium (his first) did not start following crashes in yesterday’s races.

Results

Women’s Omnium

Flying 250
1. Marlies Mejias (Cuba)    14.404
2. Stephanie Roorda (Canada)    14.706
3. Angie Sabrina Gonzalez (Venezuela)    14.75
4. Sofia Arreola (Mexico)    14.967
5. Lorena Maria Vargas (Colombia)    15.17
6. Paola Andrea Muñoz (Chile)    15.266
7. Talia Aguirre (Argentina)    15.553
8. Maria Fernanda Bone (Ecuador)    15.566
9. Janildes Silva (Brazil)    15.67
10. Marcela Rubiano (Costa Rica)    16.135

Points Race
1. Angie Sabrina Gonzalez (Venezuela)    35 pts
2. Sofia Arreola (Mexico)    32
3. Lorena Maria Vargas (Colombia)    26
4. Marcela Rubiano (Costa Rica)    23
5. Maria Fernanda Bone (Ecuador)    20
6. Janildes Silva (Brazil)    15
7. Stephanie Roorda (Canada)    13
8. Paola Andrea Muñoz (Chile)    12
9. Marlies Mejias (Cuba)    12
DNF Talia Aguirre (Argentina)

Elimination
1. Angie Sabrina Gonzalez (Venezuela)
2. Sofia Arreola (Mexico)
3. Paola Andrea Muñoz (Chile)
4. Lorena Maria Vargas (Colombia)
5. Marlies Mejias (Cuba)
6. Stephanie Roorda (Canada)
7. Talia Aguirre (Argentina)
8. Janildes Silva (Brazil)
9. Maria Fernanda Bone (Ecuador)
10. Marcela Rubiano (Costa Rica)

Men’s Omnium

Individual Pursuit
1. Juan Esteban Arango (Colombia)    04:23.9
2. Ruben Companioni (Cuba)    04:30.2
3. Walter Fernando Perez (Argentina)    04:31.2
4. Luis Mansilla (Chile)    04:32.8
5. Carlos Daniel Linares (Venezuela)    04:36.2
6. Cesar Salvador Vaquera (Mexico)    04:38.2
7. Manuel Oseas Rodas (Guatemala)    04:38.4
8. Jorge Luis Perez (Dominican Republic)    04:41.1
9. Robson Dias (Brazil)    04:42.7
DNF Jose Carlos Ragonessi (Ecuador)

Scratch Race
1. Manuel Oseas Rodas (Guatemala)
2. Jose Carlos Ragonessi (Ecuador)
3. Juan Esteban Arango (Colombia)
4. Luis Mansilla (Chile)
5. Cesar Salvador Vaquera (Mexico)
6. Robson Dias (Brazil)
7. Walter Fernando Perez (Argentina)
8. Jorge Luis Perez (Dominican Republic)
9. Ruben Companioni (Cuba)
DNF Carlos Daniel Linares (Venezuela)

1Km Time Trial
1. Juan Esteban Arango (Colombia)    1:01.177
2. Luis Mansilla (Chile)    1:04.015
3. Ruben Companioni (Cuba)    1:04.320
4. Walter Fernando Perez (Argentina)    1:05.043
5. Robson Dias (Brazil)    1:05.385
6. Carlos Daniel Linares (Venezuela)    1:05.687
7. Jorge Luis Perez (Dominican Republic)    1:05.701
8. Jose Carlos Ragonessi (Ecuador) )    1:07.238
9. Cesar Salvador Vaquera (Mexico)    1:07.434
10. Manuel Oseas Rodas (Guatemala)    1:10.107

Omnium Final Standings coming

 





2 Comments For This Post

  1. Ben Aroundo, ON, Canada says:

    Somewhat fast flying 200 (14.7)(my 48 year old wife has done a 13.) but ineffective racing skills or strategy. Who prepared her for this? We have to hire EXPERIENCED coaches that come from a SUCCESSFUL coached background with at least 20 years of RACING experience. Let’s hire some from Europe until our coaches come up to snuff. Just knowing someone’s power output or LT is not going to make it. We have to use the same criteria they use for hiring hockey coaches. Cycling was not born yesterday.

  2. DavidBrent, QC, Can says:

    You’re kidding right? It’s a flying 250 not a flying 200 in the omnium. And last time I checked Britain was in Europe.

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