UCI Track World Cup #2 Aguascalientes Day 1 Results – Canada Wins Two Silvers UPDATED

by pedalmag.com

December 05, 2013 (Aguascalientes, Mexico) – The Canadian Women’s Team Pursuit squad consisting of Gillian Carleton, Jasmin Glaesser, Laura Brown, and Stephanie Roorda won silver in the final against Great Britain on Day 1 at UCI Track World Cup #2 in Aguascalientes, Mexico this evening. Glaesser won another silver for Canada when she placed second in the Points Race.

The Canadian squad qualified second behind the GBR squad earlier today setting up to gold medal match. The winning team of Dani King, Joanna Rowsell and Elinor Barker, and Kate Archibald broke the world record twice that night – once in qualifying and again in the final to stop the clock in 4:16.552, while Canada finished in 4:23.172.

Australia took home the bronze besting the United States in the bronze medal final in a time of 4:22.533.

In the men’s race Australia topped Denmark in the qualifications with Great Britain and New Zealand in third and fourth, respectively.

Glaesser took second in the Women’s Points Race behind Germany’s Stephanie Pohl (Ger), while Jarmila Machacova (Cze) took the bronze medal.

In the Men’s Team Sprint, Germany took the win in a time of 42.117 over Great Britain.

Results

Women’s Team Pursuit

Qualifications

1. Great Britain 4:19.115
Katie Archibald
Elinor Barker
Danielle King
Joanna Rowsell

2. Canada 4:19.629
Gillian Carleton
Jasmin Glaesser
Laura Brown
Stephanie Roorda

3. Australia 4:23.820
Isabella King
Amy Cure
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Melissa Hoskins

4. United States 4:24.279
Sarah Hammer
Kimberly Geist
Jennifer Valente
Ruth Winder

Women’s full qualification results here.

Final for gold

1. Great Britain 4:16.552
Katie Archibald
Elinor Barker
Danielle King
Joanna Rowsell

2. Canada 4:23.172
Gillian Carleton
Jasmin Glaesser
Laura Brown
Stephanie Roorda

Final for bronze

3. Australia 4:22.533
Isabella King
Amy Cure
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Melissa Hoskins

4. United States 4:24.483
Sarah Hammer
Kimberly Geist
Jennifer Valente
Ruth Winder

Men’s Team Pursuit

Qualifications

1. Australia 3:55.261
Luke Davison
Alexander Edmondson
Alexander Morgan
Mitchell Mulhern

2. Denmark
Rasmussen Alex Nicki Sylvest 3:57.229
Casper Michael von Folsach
Lasse Norman Hansen
Rasmus Christian Quaade

3. Great Britain 3:57.385
Owain Doull
Steven Burke
Jonathan Dibben
Samuel Harrison

4. New Zealand 3:57.757
Dylan Kennett
Pieter Bulling
Aaron Gate
Marc Ryan

Men’s full qualification results here.

Final for gold

1.     Australia     3:55.841
Glenn O’Shea
Alexander Edmondson
Alexander Morgan
Mitchell Mulhern

2.     Denmark     3:58.275
Alex Rasmussen
Casper Von Folsach
Lasse Norman Hansen
Rasmus Christian Quaade

Final for Bronze

3.     Great Britain     3:59.009
Owain Doull
Steven Burke
Jonathan Dibben
Samuel Harrison

4.     New Zealand     Lapped
Dylan Kennett
Pieter Bulling
Aaron Gate
Marc Ryan

Women’s Points Race

1. Stephanie Pohl (Ger)     20 points
2. Jasmin Glaesser (Can)     13
3. Jarmila Machacova (Cze)     12
4. Anastasia Chulkova (Rus)     11
5. Wan Yiu Jamie Wong (HKG)     9
6. Sofia Arreola Navarro (Mex)     9
7. MASAGUE Dominguez (Cub)     8
8. Alzbeta Pavlendova (Slo)     5
9. Julie Leth (Den)     5
10. Kelly Druyts (Bel)     4
11. Marta Tagliaferro (Ita)     4
12. Laura Trott (GBR)     4
13. Caroline Ryan (Irl)     3
14. Amy Cure (Aus)     1
15. Ana Usabiaga Balerdi (EUS )     0
16. Elizabeth Newell (USA)     0
17. Ainara El Busto Arteaga (NAV )     0
18. Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro (Esp)     0
19. Malgorzata Wojtyra (Pol)     0
20. Valeriya Kononenko (Ukr)     -20
DNF Erica Peralta (Arg)
DNF Polina Pivovarova (Blr)

Full results here.

Men’s Team Sprint

Final for gold
1.     Germany     0:42.117
Rene Enders
Robert Förstemann
Joachim Eiles

2.     Great  Britain     0:43.325
Philip Hindes
Jason Kenny
Matthew Crampton

Final for bronze
3.     Australia     0:43.201
Nathan Hart
Shane Perkins
Matthew Glaetzer

4.     Netherlands     0:43.246
Jeffrey Hoogland
Hugo Haak
Matthijs Buchli

Final full results here.

Qualifications here.

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