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London 2012 Olympic Games BMX Day 3 Men/Women Semi-Finals & Final Results

by pedalmag.com
August 10, 2012 (London, UK) – Here are the results from Day 3 at the BMX competitions at London 2012 following the men’s and women’s semi finals and then the finals that crowned this year’s Olympic gold medalists Maris Strombergs (Latvia), defending men’s champ, and Mariana Pajon (Colombia) for the women.

Results

Men

Semifinal

Heat 1
1. Connor Fields (United States of America) 6 pts
2. Raymon van der Biezen (Netherlands) 8
3. Liam Phillips (Great Britain) 9
4. Andres Eduardo Jimenez Caicedo (Colombia) 12
5. Edzus Treimanis (Latvia) 14
6. Quentin Caleyron (France) 18
7. Rihards Veide (Latvia) 18
8. Khalen Young (Australia) 25

Heat 2
1. Sam Willoughby (Australia) 5 pts
2. Twan van Gendt (Netherlands) 8
3. Maris Strombergs (Latvia) 10
4. Carlos Mario Oquendo Zabala (Colombia) 11
5. David Herman (United States of America) 15
6. Joris Daudet (France) 16
7. Roger Rinderknecht (Switzerland) 19
8. Marc Willers (New Zealand) 26

Final
1. Maris Strombergs (Latvia) 0:37.6
2. Sam Willoughby (Australia) 0:37.9
3. Carlos Mario Oquendo Zabala (Colombia) 0:38.3
4. Raymon van der Biezen (Netherlands) 0:38.5
5. Twan van Gendt (Netherlands) 0:44.7
6. Andres Eduardo Jimenez Caicedo (Colombia) 0:53.4
7. Connor Fields (United States of America) 01:03.0
8. Liam Phillips (Great Britain) 02:11.9

Women

Semifinal

Heat 1
1. Caroline Buchanan (Australia) 4 pts
2. Shanaze Reade (Great Britain) 5
3. Brooke Crain (United States of America) 14
4. Laetitia le Corguille (France) 15
5. Stefany Hernandez (Venezuela) 15
6. Alise Post (United States of America) 18
7. Sandra Aleksejeva (Latvia) 19
8. Lauren Reynolds (Australia) 19

Heat 2
1. Mariana Pajon (Colombia) 3 pts
2. Magalie Pottier (France) 6
3. Laura Smulders (Netherlands) 11
4. Sarah Walker (New Zealand) 12
5. Aneta Hladikova (Czech Republic) 16
6. Romana Labounkova (Czech Republic) 17
7. Vilma Rimsaite (Lithuania) 19
8. Squel Stein (Brazil) 28

Final
1. Mariana Pajon (Colombia) 0:37.7
2. Sarah Walker (New Zealand) 0:38.1
3. Laura Smulders (Netherlands) 0:38.2
4. Laetitia le Corguille (France) 0:38.5
5. Caroline Buchanan (Australia) 0:38.9
6. Shanaze Reade (Great Britain) 0:39.2
7. Magalie Pottier (France) 0:39.4
8. Brooke Crain (United States of America) 0:40.3





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