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August 23/12 16:45 pm - UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships: Day 2, evening session report and results


Posted by Editoress on 08/23/12
 

Day 2 Evening session

A brave attack on the opening lap led to victory for Belarus rider Anton Muzychkin in the men’s scratch race on the second night of finals at the UCI Juniors Track Cycling World Championships in Invercargill, New Zealand tonight (local time).

Muzychkin joined with Columbia’s Jordan Parra Arias and Kazakhstan’s Robert Gaineyev with an attack on the first of 40 laps and they ultimately put a lap on the field with 27 laps remaining.

The Belarusian proved the strongest in the final sprint to win the gold medal with Parra Arias finishing with the silver and Gaineyev the bronze – all securing the first medals for their respective countries at the championships to date.

“I’m very far away from our home and I’m very happy to be a winner here. It’s an incredible feeling for me.”

“It was a very tight race, very dangerous. I’m very lucky because I was in front of the group.”

Australian Zachary Shaw produced a huge personal best to clock 1:02.303 in winning the men’s kilometre time trial.

New Zealand’s Dylan Kennett, a medallist in the omnium at the world championships in Moscow last year, set a national record of 1:02.957 to grab the early lead until Shaw’s great ride with Jakub Vyvoda (CZE) third.

It proved another top night for Australia with Taylah Jennings earning her fourth world junior title with victory in the points race. She dominated winning seven of eight sprints to claim the gold to go with the omnium and team pursuit honours she won last year and the world record win in the team pursuit last night.

“That was great. I was really happy with that ride tonight. To win a fourth rainbow jersey is special. My mum joked that we are running out of space on the walls,” Jennings said.

New Zealand’s Sophie Williamson, third in this event last year, finished strongly for second place with Amy Roberts (GBR) third.

The men’s omnium is led by Colombia’s Ferando Gaviria Rendon after three events on five points from Australian Tirian McManus on 13. The Colombian got back into the elimination race after a crash to finish second and extend his lead.

The women’s sprint semifinals will pit Paige Paterson (NZL) against Caitlin Ward (AUS) with Daria Scheleva (RUS) against Jennifer Valente (USA) in the other.

Day 2 evening session results

Men Scratch Race (10km)
1 Anton Muzychkin (BLR)
2 Jordan Parra Arias (COL)
3 Robert Gaineyev (KAZ)
4 Alexey Kurbatov (RUS) -1 lap
5 Taisei Kobayashi (JPN) -1 lap
6 Jose Luis Rodriguez Aguilar (CHI) -1 lap
7 Eric Johnstone (CAN) -1 lap
8 Evan Hull (AUS) -1 lap
9 Hamish Schreurs (NZL) -1 lap
10 Roman Lutsyshyn (UKR) -1 lap
11 Rico Zaugg (SUI) -1 lap
12 Jose Valero Gomez (MEX) -1 lap
13 Kellan Gouveris (RSA) -1 lap
14 Lindsay De Vylder (BEL) -1 lap
15 Romain Lambert (FRA) -2 laps
16 Luca Solda (ARG) lapped
DNF Okcheol Kim (KOR)
DNF Muhammad Firdau Suardi (MAS)
DNF Lucas Wardein (USA)
 
Women sprint
 
Quarterfinals
 
Heat 1
1 Paige Paterson (NZL) 2-0
2 Kate Dunlevey (NZL)
 
Heat 2
1 Jennifer Valente (USA) 2-0
2 Lidia Pluzhnikova (RUS)
 
Heat 3
1 Daria Scheleva (RUS) 2-0
2 Elis Ligtlee (NED
 
Heat 4
1 Caitlin Ward (AUS) 2-0.
2 Victoria Steel (NZL)
Winners advance to SemiFinals, losers race for 5-7
 
Final - Fifth to seventh place
5 Pluzhnikova
6 Dunlevey
7 Steel
 
Men Kilometre Time Trial
1 Zachary Shaw (AUS) 1:02.303
2 Dylan Kennett (NZL) 1:02.957
3 Jakub Vyvoda (CZE) 1:03.906
4 Alexander Dubchenko (RUS) 1:04.142
5 Joakim Albert (CAN) 1:04.363
6 Santiago Ramirez Morales (COL) 1:04.606
7 Matthew Rotherham (GBR) 1:04.825
8 David Sojka (CZE) 1:04.984
9 Edgar Ismael Verdugo Osuna (MEX) 1:05.096
10 Vladislav Fedin (RUS) 1:05.346
11 Chun Wing Leung (HKG) 1:05.413
12 Ryosuke Saeki (JPN) 1:06.097
13 Kaito Hotta (JPN) 1:06.615
14 Kaleb Koch (USA) 1:06.714
15 Siamen Zaikouski (BLR) 1:07.072
 
 
 
Women Points Race
1 Taylah Jennings (AUS) 37 pts
2 Sophie Williamson (NZL) 22
3 Amy Roberts (GBR) 14
4 Valentina Paniagua Areiza (COL) 4
5 Hyeonji Oh (KOR) 4
6 Kseniia Dobrynina (RUS) 3
7 Nadia Latzgo (USA) 3
8 Audrey Labrie (CAN) 1
9 Valentina Monsalve Giraudo (CHI) 0
DNF Maryia Haletskaya (BLR)
DNF Eunice Valera Espinosa (MEX)
 
Men Omnium
 
Flying Lap
1 Jon Dibben (GBR) 13.578
2 Fernando Gaviria Rendon (COL) 13.632
3 Tirian Mcmanus (AUS) 13.691
4 Tayla Harrison (NZL) 13.808
5 Jose Alfredo Aguirre Infante (MEX) 13.891
6 Vladyslav Kreminskyi (UKR) 13.902
7 Aidan Michael Caves (CAN) 13.911
8 Raman Tsishkou (BLR) 13.935
9 Dmitry Strahov (RUS) 13.960
10 Jonas Rickaert (BEL) 13.965
11 Takuya Takashi (JPN) 14.123
12 Nikita Klevanov (KAZ) 14.312
13 Jevandre Pauls (RSA) 14.377
14 Alexander Freund (USA) 14.57
15 Luciano Zito (ARG) 14.621
16 Maxime Froidevaux (SUI) 14.63
 
Points Race
1 Fernando Gaviria Rendon (COL) 34 pts
2 Raman Tsishkou (BLR) 30
3 Dmitry Strahov (RUS) 26
4 Jon Dibben (GBR) 23
5 Takuya Takashi (JPN) 17 (-1 lap)
6 Tirian Mcmanus (AUS) 9 (-1 lap)
7 Vladyslav Kreminskyi (UKR) 4 (-1 lap)
8 Jose Alfredo Aguirre Infante (MEX) 1 (-1 lap)
9 Jonas Rickaert (BEL) 1 (-1 lap)
10 Jevandre Pauls (RSA) 1 (-1 lap)
11 Maxime Froidevaux (SUI) 0 (-1 lap)
12 Aidan Michael Caves (CAN) 0 (-1 lap)
13 Tayla Harrison (NZL) 0 (-1 lap)
14 Nikita Klevanov (KAZ) 0 (-1 lap)
15 Luciano Zito (ARG) 0 (-1 lap)
16 Alexander Freund (USA) 0 (-1 lap)
 
Elimination
1 Vladyslav Kreminskyi (UKR)
2 Fernando Gaviria Rendon (COL)
3 Dmitry Strahov (RUS)
4 Tirian Mcmanus (AUS)
5 Jose Alfredo Aguirre Infante (MEX)
6 Jonas Rickaert (BEL)
7 Tayla Harrison (NZL)
8 Aidan Michael Caves (CAN)
9 Takuya Takashi (JPN)
10 Jon Dibben (GBR)
11 Maxime Froidevaux (SUI)
12 Nikita Klevanov (KAZ)
13 Raman Tsishkou (BLR)
14 Jevandre Pauls (RSA)
15 Alexander Freund (USA)
16 Luciano Zito (ARG)
 
Standings after 3/6 events
1 Fernando Gaviria Rendon (COL) 5 pts
2 Tirian Mcmanus (AUS) 13
3 Vladyslav Kreminskyi (UKR) 14
4 Jon Dibben (GBR) 15
5 Dmitry Strahov (RUS) 15
6 Jose Alfredo Aguirre Infante (MEX) 18
7 Raman Tsishkou (BLR) 23
8 Tayla Harrison (NZL) 24
9 Jonas Rickaert (BEL) 25
10 Takuya Takashi (JPN) 25
11 Aidan Michael Caves (CAN) 27
12 Jevandre Pauls (RSA) 37
13 Nikita Klevanov (KAZ) 38
14 Maxime Froidevaux (SUI) 38
15 Alexander Freund (USA) 45
16 Luciano Zito (ARG) 46

 


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