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UCI Track Cycling World Championships Day 4 Results and Photos

by pedalmag.com
Kirsti Lay  ©  Guy Swarbrick
April 15, 2017 (Hong Kong) – Here are some results from Day 4 at the 2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships where Team Canada’s Kirsti Lay and Annie Foreman-Mackey set personal best times in the Women’s Individual Pursuit finishing 7th and 10th respectively but did not advance as only the top four move on to the medal rounds.

Kirsti Lay  ©  Guy Swarbrick
Kirsti Lay  ©  Guy Swarbrick

Canada’s Laura Brown and Steph Roorda were unable to contest the Women’s Madison as Roorda suffered a separated shoulder in a crash during the Elimination Race, round three of the Women’s Omnium. Aidan Caves was also sidelined with a broken collarbone resulting from a crash while racing the Men’s Team Pursuit Qualification round. The good news is both riders are ok and will be able to resume racing once they recuperate.

Annie Foreman-Mackey  ©  Guy Swarbrick
Annie Foreman-Mackey  ©  Guy Swarbrick

Annie Foreman-Mackey  ©  Guy Swarbrick

Sunday, the final day of competition, with see Kate O’Brien is competing in the Women’s Keirin.

Results

Women’s Individual Pursuit

Qualifications

1. Chloe Dygert (United States)    3:22.920
2. Ashlee Ankudinoff (Australia)    3:29.554
3. Rebecca Wiasak (Australia)    3:30.938
4. Kelly Catlin (United States)    3:31.073
5. Katie Archibald (Great Britain)    3:31.331
6. Jaime Nielsen (New Zealand)    3:31.653
7. Kirsti Lay (Canada)    3:32.936
8. Silvia Valsecchi (Italy)    3:33.088
9. Gudrun Stock (Germany)    3:34.325
10. Annie Foreman-Mackey (Canada)    3:34.955
11. Justyna Kaczkowska (Poland)    3:34.958
12. Eleanor Dickinson (Great Britain)    3:34.982
13. Marion Borras (France)    3:36.194
14. Kirstie James (New Zealand)    3:36.250
15. Francesca Pattaro (Italy)    3:37.531
16. Elise Delzenne (France)    3:38.744
17. Anna Turvey (Ireland)    3:40.484
18. Polina Pivovarova (Belarus)    3:41.497
19. Gloria Rodriguez Sanchez (Spain)    3:43.369
20. Annelies Dom (Belgium)    3:44.903
21. Yumi Kajihara (Japan)    3:47.356
22. Qianyu Yang (Hong Kong)    3:48.449
23. Ausrine Trebaite (Lithuania)    3:56.001
24. Daria Pikulik (Poland)    4:09.892

Fastest 2 riders race for Gold; and 3rd and 4th riders race for Bronze

Final

1. Chloe Dygert (United States) 3:24.641
2. Ashlee Ankudinoff (Australia)   3:31.784
3. Kelly Catlin (United States)  3:30.365
4. Rebecca Wiasak (Australia)

Women’s 500m Time Trial

Qualifications

1. Anastasiia Voinova (Russia)    33.325
2. Daria Shmeleva (Russia)    33.419
3. Miriam Welte (Germany)    33.450
4. Wai Sze Lee (Hong Kong)    33.647
5. Pauline Sophie Grabosch (Germany)    33.732
6. Martha Bayona Pineda (Colombia)    34.153
7. Tania Calvo Barbero (Spain)    34.209
8. Laurine Van Riessen (Netherlands)    34.276
9. Kyra Lamberink (Netherlands)    34.329
10. Jessica Salazar Valles (Mexico)    34.331
11. Olena Starikova (Ukraine)    34.337
12. Natasha Hansen (New Zealand)    34.375
13. Katy Marchant (Great Britain)    34.659
14. Helena Casas Roige (Spain)    34.693
15. Juliana Gaviria Rendon (Colombia)    34.774
16. Miriam Vece (Italy)    34.822
17. Migle Marozaite (Lithuania)    34.859
18. Yuli Verdugo Osuna (Mexico)    34.975
19. Tatiana Kiseleva (Russia)    35.638
20. Deborah Deborah (India)    35.841
21. Wing Yu Ma (Hong Kong)    37.128

Top 8 riders qualify for final.

Final
1. Daria Shmeleva (Russia)    33.282
2. Miriam Welte (Germany)    33.382
3. Anastasiia Voinova (Russia)    33.454
4. Wai Sze Lee (Hong Kong)    33.723
5. Pauline Sophie Grabosch (Germany)    33.855
6. Martha Bayona Pineda (Colombia)    34.291
7. Tania Calvo Barbero (Spain)    34.489
8. Laurine Van Riessen (Netherlands)    34.526

Women’s Madison
1. Belgium    44 pts
2. Great Britain    34
3. Australia    25
4. New Zealand    15
5. Italy    14
6. France    5
7. Mexico    5
8. United States    1
9. Russia    0
10. Ireland    0
11. Hong Kong    -20
DNF Ukraine
DNF Czech Republic
DNF Belarus
DNF Poland
DNS Canada (Laura Brown and Steph Roorda)





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