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August 2/12 13:07 pm - 2012 Olympic Games: Track Day 1 results UPDATED


Posted by Editoress on 08/2/12
 

Track cycling has begun and today is the first of 6 days

Cycling Schedule

Racing is ongoing, and results will be updated as they become available

 

There are no Canadians racing today

 

Women's Team Sprint
 
Qualifying
1 China (Jinji Gong/Shuang Guo) 32.447 * Q
2 Great Britain (Victoria Pendleton/Jessica Varnish) 32.526 Q
3 Germany (Kristina Vogel/Miriam Welte) 32.630 Q
4 Australia (Anna Meares/Kaarle McCulloch) 32.825 Q
5 Netherlands (Yvonne Hijgenaar/Willy Kanis) 33.253 Q
6 France (Sandie Clair/Virginie Cueff) 33.638 Q
7 Ukraine (Lyubov Shulika/Olena Tsos) 33.708 Q
8 Venezuela (Daniela Larreal Chirinos/Mariesthela Carolina Vilera) 34.320 Q
9 Korea (Eunji Ji Lee/Hyejin Lee) 34.636
10 Colombia (Diana Maria Garcia Orrego/Juliana Gaviria) 34.870
 
First Round
1 China (Jinji Gong/Shuang Guo) 32.422 * Q
2 Germany (Kristina Vogel/Miriam Welte) 32.701 Q
3 Australia (Anna Meares/Kaarle McCulloch) 32.806 Q
4 Ukraine (Lyubov Shulika/Olena Tsos) 33.62 Q
5 Netherlands (Yvonne Hijgenaar/Willy Kanis) 33.090
6 France (Sandie Clair/Virginie Cueff) 33.707
7 Venezuela (Daniela Larreal Chirinos/Mariesthela Carolina Vilera) 34.145
8 Great Britain (Victoria Pendleton/Jessica Varnish) REL
1 and 2 will ride for Gold
3rd and 4th for Bronze
*=World record
 
Final
 
Ride for Gold
1 Germany (Kristina Vogel/Miriam Welte) 32.798
2 China (Jinji Gong/Shuang Guo) REL
 
Ride for Bronze
3 Australia (Anna Meares/Kaarle McCulloch) 32.727
4 Ukraine (Lyubov Shulika/Olena Tsos) 33.491
 
Men's Team Sprint
 
Qualifying
1 Great Britain (Philip Hindes/Chris Hoy/Jason Kenny) 43.065 + Q
2 France (Gregory Bauge/Michael D'almeida/Kevin Sireau) 43.097 Q
3 Australia (Matthew Glaetzer/Shane Perkins/Scott Sunderland) 43.377 Q
4 Russia (Denis Dmitriev/Sergey Borisov/Sergei Kucherov) 43.681 Q
5 Germany (Rene Enders/Maximilian Levy/Robert Forstemann) 43.710 Q
6 China (Changsong Cheng/Lei Zhang/Miao Zhang) 43.751 Q
7 New Zealand (Edward Dawkins/Ethan Mitchell/Simon van Velthooven) 44.175 Q
8 Japan (Yudai Nitta/Seiichiro Nakagawa/Kazunari Watanabe) 44.324 Q
9 Venezuela (Hersony Canelon/Cesa Marcano/Angel Pulgar) 44.654
10 Poland (Maciej Bielecki/Kamil Kuczynski/Damian Zielinski) 44.712
+=Olympic record
 
Round 1
1 Great Britain (Philip Hindes/Chris Hoy/Jason Kenny) 42.747 Q
2 France (Gregory Bauge/Michael D'almeida/Kevin Sireau) 42.991 Q
3 Germany (Rene Enders/Maximilian Levy/Robert Forstemann) 43.178 Q
4 Australia (Matthew Glaetzer/Shane Perkins/Scott Sunderland) 43.261 Q
5 New Zealand (Edward Dawkins/Ethan Mitchell/Simon van Velthooven) 43.495
6 China (Changsong Cheng/Lei Zhang/Miao Zhang) 43.505
7 Russia (Denis Dmitriev/Sergey Borisov/Sergei Kucherov) 43.909
8 Japan (Yudai Nitta/Seiichiro Nakagawa/Kazunari Watanabe) 43.964
1 and 2 will ride for Gold
3rd and 4th for Bronze
 
Final
 
Ride for Gold
1 Great Britain (Philip Hindes/Chris Hoy/Jason Kenny) 42.600*
2 France (Gregory Bauge/Michael D'almeida/Kevin Sireau) 43.013
 
Ride for Bronze
3 Germany (Rene Enders/Maximilian Levy/Robert Forstemann) 43.209
4 Australia (Matthew Glaetzer/Shane Perkins/Scott Sunderland) 43.355
*=World record


Men's Team Pursuit
 
Qualifying
1 Great Britain (Edward Clancy/Peter Kennaugh/Steven Burke/Geraint Thomas) 3:52.499 Q *
2 Australia (Glenn O'Shea/Jack Bobridge/Rohan Dennis/Michael Hepburn) 3:55.694 Q
3 New Zealand (Sam Bewley/Westley Gough/Marc Ryan/Jesse Sergent) 3:57.607 Q
4 Denmark (Lasse Norman Hansen//Rasmus Christian Quaade/Michael Morkov/Casper von Folsach) 3:58.298 Q
5 Russia (Evgeny Kovalev/Ivan Kovalev/Alexey Markov/Alexander Serov) 3:59.264 Q
6 Spain (Pablo Aitor Bernal Rosique/Sebastian Mora Vedri/David Muntaner Juaneda/Albert Torres Barcelo) 4:02.113 Q
7 Colombia (Juan Esteban Arango/Edwin Avila Vanegas/Arles Antonio Castro Laverde/Weimar Roldan Ortiz) 4:03.712 Q
8 Netherlands (Levi Heimans/Jenning Huizenga/Wim Stroetinga/Tim Veldt) 4:03.818 Q
9 Belgium (Gijs Van Hoecke/Dominique Cornu/Kenny de Ketele//Jonathan Dufrasne) 4:04.053
10 Korea (Seungwoo Choi/Sun Jae Jang/Keonwoo Park/Seonho Park) 4:07.210
*=World Record

Round One and Final on Friday

 

 


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