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August 20/15 10:23 am - Junior Track Worlds: Day 2 results and report


Posted by Editoress on 08/20/15
 

The Canadians were busy on the second day of competition at the Junior World Track Cycling Competition, in Astana, Kazakhstan, but the highlights were the Junior Men's Team Pursuit in the first round, and Jordan Jones' fourth in the Junior Men's Scratch Race.

The TP team of Evan Burtnik, Bayley Simpson, Connor Byway and John Willcox raced against a Russian team that clearly had been saving something in their qualifying ride. Focussed, the Canadians maintained their tough schedule and dropped three seconds from yesterday's performance for a blistering 4:13.710. This maintained their seventh position and the first time ever a Canadian Junior Men's team would ride more than once for final results. In the ride to decide 7th and 8th, the Canadians again had a solid effort, but a Japanese team stoked about their women's team bronze, took the race.

 

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Team Pursuit start

 

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Scratch Race action

 

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Jordann Jones

 

The Junior Men's Scratch Race was active right from the start. Attacks and counter attacks animated the race, yet the group never let the leash go to more than half a lap. First year junior Jordann Jones from Ontario conserved himself, and maintained good placement in the 40 lap race. An early crash shredded much of his skinsuit, but Jordann re-entered the race and took back his position. In the last 10 laps a spectacular sets of crashes repeatedly cleared the track. Jordann rode up and over, dodging danger after danger, and in the final sprint pulled past for fourth!

 

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Keirin about to start

 

Stefan Ritter is the team's only sprinter and today had his first Keirin experience outside of his local Juventus Cycling Club track. Stefan is another first year Junior with loads of potential. He has only four months of exclusive sprint training and was out to learn about racing against more experienced specialists. His goal was to commit fully to any decision and begin building his arsenal of tactics. Stefan did not move past the Repechage, but clearly demonstrated his speed. He will race the 200 TT and look to qualify for Match Sprints later this week.

 

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Katherine Maine starts 500 TT

 

Katherine Maine will be doing the Women's Omnium event the final two days of competition. She tested herself today in the 500 TT. As the first competitor, she set the standard with a 37.714. She finished in 19th position and is ready for the Omnium event later this week.

On the third day of competition, Anna Talman and Gillian Ellsay will begin with qualifying in the Women's Individual Pursuit. Bayley Simpson will represent Canada in the Omnium, Evan Burtnik and John Willcox will race the Kilo TT timed final, and Connor Byway will look to qualify for the Points Race final.

Report courtesy Linda Berger

 

Results from the second day of racing in Astana, Kazakhstan

 

Men Keirin
 
Round 1
 
Heat 1
1 Derek Radzikiewicz (Australia)
2 Dominique Anklam (Germany)
3 Je One Park (Korea)
4 Lewis Eccles (New Zealand)
5 Farid Suarez (Argentina)
6 Eduard Rozenberg (Kazakhstan)
 
Heat 2
1 Sebastien Vigier (France)
2 Martin Cechman (Czech Republic)
3 Dominic Suozzi (United States)
4 Maxim Nalyotov (Kazakhstan)
5 Shota Yamane (Japan)
6 Mateusz Milek (Poland)
 
Heat 3
1 Jiri Janosek (Czech Republic)
2 Michal Lewandowski (Poland)
3 Danilo Magnoni (Argentina)
4 Sei Daniel (Trinidad & Tobago)
5 Melvin Landerneau (France)
6 Ayrton De Pauw (Belgium)
 
Heat 4
1 Muhammad Khairil Nizam Rasol (Malaysia)
2 Conor Rowley (Australia)
3 Saul Gutierrez (Mexico)
4 Stefan Ritter (Canada)
5 Alexey Nosov (Russia)
6 Pablo Emilio Pacheco (Ecuador)
 
Heat 5
1 Sam Ligtlee (Netherlands)
2 Jeseok Oh (Korea)
3 Chakhree Khruthangkha (Thailand)
4 Daichi Kajihara (Japan)
5 Alroy Palm (South Africa)
6 Aidan Neirynck (Belgium)
 
Heat 6
1 Moritz Meissner (Germany)
2 Evgeny Bobrakov (Russian Federation)
3 Manuel Alejandr Resendez (Mexico)
4 Marcos Dario Mora (Ecuador)
5 Wade Theunissen (South Africa)
6 Samuel Fogel (United States)
7 Muhammad Fadhil Mohd Zonis (Malaysia)
The winner of each heat advances to 2nd Round, others will go to Repechages
 
Repechage
 
Heat 1
1 Dominique Anklam (Germany)
2 Manuel Alejandr Resendez (Mexico)
3 Ayrton De Pauw (Belgium)
4 Maxim Nalyotov (Kazakhstan)
5 Alroy Palm (South Africa)
 
Heat 2
1 Martin Cechman (Czech Republic)
2 Pablo Emilio Pacheco (Ecuador)
3 Wade Theunissen (South Africa)
4 Lewis Eccles (New Zealand)
5 Chakhree Khruthangkha (Thailand)
 
Heat 3
1 Michal Lewandowski (Poland)
2 Eduard Rozenberg (Kazakhstan)
3 Saul Gutierrez (Mexico)
4 Marcos Dario Mora (Ecuador)
5 Shota Yamane (Japan)
 
Heat 4
1 Conor Rowley (Australia)
2 Danilo Magnoni (Argentina)
3 Mateusz Milek (Poland)
4 Samuel Fogel (United States)
5 Daichi Kajihara (Japan)
 
Heat 5
1 Jeseok Oh (Korea)
2 Dominic Suozzi (United States)
3 Farid Suarez (Argentina)
4 Alexey Nosov (Russia)
5 Sei Daniel (Trinidad & Tobago)
 
Heat 6
1 Je One Park (Korea)
2 Melvin Landerneau (France)
3 Muhammad Fadhil Mohd Zonis (Malaysia)
4 Evgeny Bobrakov (Russian Federation)
5 Stefan Ritter (Canada)
6 Aidan Neirynck (Belgium)
Winner of each Heat advance to Round 2
 
Second Round
 
Heat 1
1 Martin Cechman (Czech Republic)
2 Muhammad Khairil Nizam Rasol (Malaysia)
3 Derek Radzikiewicz (Australia)
4 Michal Lewandowski (Poland)
5 Je One Park (Korea)
6 Sam Ligtlee (Netherlands)
 
Heat 2
1 Jiri Janosek (Czech Republic)
2 Moritz Meissner (Germany)
3 Sebastien Vigier (France)
4 Dominique Anklam (Germany)
5 Conor Rowley (Australia)
REL Jeseok Oh (Korea)
Top 3 riders advance to Final for 1-6
others advance to Final for 7-12
 
Final 1-6
1 Derek Radzikiewicz (Australia)
2 Jiri Janosek (Czech Republic)
3 Moritz Meissner (Germany)
4 Sebastien Vigier (France)
5 Martin Cechman (Czech Republic)
REL Muhammad Khairil Nizam Rasol (Malaysia)
 
Final 7-12
7 Je One Park (Korea)
8 Jeseok Oh (Korea)
9 Dominique Anklam (Germany)
10 Sam Ligtlee (Netherlands)
11 Conor Rowley (Australia)
12 Michal Lewandowski (Poland)

 

 

Men Scratch Race
 
Heat 1
1 Mohammad Ganjkhanlou (Islamic Republic of Iran)
2 Yuttana Mano (Thailand)
3 Jhonnatan Man Narvaez Prado (Ecuador)
4 Moreno Marchetti (Italy)
5 Jose Daniel Viejo (Spain)
6 Denis Nekrasov (Russia)
7 Sergey Shatovkin (Kazakhstan)
8 Gerben Thijssen (Belgium)
9 Eiman Firdaus Mohd Zamri (Malaysia)
10 Jordann Jones (Canada)
11 Kamil Piwowski (Poland)
12 Edgar Stepanyan (Armenia)
13 Sheldon Lahner (South Africa)
 
Heat 2
1 Jose Alfre Rodriguez Victoria (Mexico)
2 Andrey Izmaylov (Uzbekistan)
3 Nikos Hessert (United States)
4 Nicolas Gonzales (Chile)
5 Shohei Yamashita (Japan)
6 Moritz Augenstein (Germany)
7 Taras Shevchuk (Ukraine)
8 Campbell Stewart (New Zealand)
9 Cameron Scott (Australia)
10 Daehyeon Bae (Korea)
11 Mario Lautaro Gonzales Lujan (Argentina)
12 Tomas Capek (Czech Republic)
DNF Joab Schneiter (Switzerland)
DSQ Aurelien Costeplane (France)
 
Top 10 riders in each Heat advance to Final
 
Final
1 Campbell Stewart (New Zealand)
2 Yuttana Mano (Thailand)
3 Denis Nekrasov (Russia)
4 Jordann Jones (Canada)
5 Taras Shevchuk (Ukraine)
6 Nikos Hessert (United States)
7 Moritz Augenstein (Germany)
8 Sergey Shatovkin (Kazakhstan)
9 Cameron Scott (Australia)
10 Shohei Yamashita (Japan)
11 Andrey Izmaylov (Uzbekistan)
12 Mohammad Ganjkhanlou (Islamic Republic of Iran)
DNF Nicolas Gonzales (Chile)
DNF Gerben Thijssen (Belgium)
DNF Jhonnatan Man Narvaez Prado (Ecuador)
DNF Jose Daniel Viejo (Spain)
DNF Eiman Firdaus Mohd Zamri (Malaysia)
DNF Jose Alfre Rodriguez Victoria (Mexico)
DNF Daehyeon Bae (Korea)
DSQ Moreno Marchetti (Italy)

 

 

Men Team Pursuit
 
First Round
 
Heat 1
1 Russia (Sergey Rostovtsev/Maxim Sukhov/Dmitrii Markov/Maksim Piskunov) 4:07.273
2 Canada (Bayley Simpson/Connor Byway/Evan Burtnik/John Willcox) 4:13.710
 
Heat 2
1 Ukraine (Aleksandr Moshchonskiy/Vitaliy Pidkivka/Andriy Cherniavsky/Taras Shevchuk) 4:11.451
2 Japan (Keitaro Sawada/Yoshimichi Yasukawa/Takumi Tokuda/Shunsuke Imamura) 4:16.308
 
Heat 3
1 Switzerland (Reto Muller/Gino Mader/Robin Froidevaux/Stefan Bissegger) 4:08.523
2 Germany (Max Kanter/Moritz Malcharek/Bastian Flicke/Leo Appelt) 4:08.840
 
Heat 4
1 Australia (Rohan Wight/James Robinson/Kelland O'brien/Alex Rendell) 4:07.909
2 Poland (Dawid Czubak/Daniel Staniszewski/Mikolaj Sojka/Szymon Krawczyk) 4:09.217
 
All the teams from the First round dispute the Finals
The winners of heats 3 and 4 in the First round ride the final for the gold and silver medals.
The remaining six teams will be ranked by their times in the First round and will be paired as follows
The two fastest teams ride the final for the bronze medal.
The next two fastest teams ride the final for 5th and 6th places.
The final two teams ride the final for 7th and 8th places

 
Final
 
Ride for Gold
1 Australia (Rohan Wight/James Robinson/Kelland O'brien/Alex Rendell) 4:05.555
2 Switzerland (Reto Muller/Gino Mader/Robin Froidevaux/Stefan Bissegger) 4:11.370
 
Ride for Bronze
3 Russia (Sergey Rostovtsev/Maxim Sukhov/Dmitrii Markov/Maksim Piskunov) 4:05.888
4 Germany (Max Kanter/Moritz Malcharek/Bastian Flicke/Leo Appelt) 4:08.477
 
5 Poland (Dawid Czubak/Daniel Staniszewski/Mikolaj Sojka/Szymon Krawczyk)
6 Ukraine (Aleksandr Moshchonskiy/Vitaliy Pidkivka/Andriy Cherniavsky/Taras Shevchuk) Caught
 
7 Japan (Keitaro Sawada/Yoshimichi Yasukawa/Takumi Tokuda/Shunsuke Imamura) 4:11.573
8 Canada (Bayley Simpson/Connor Byway/Evan Burtnik/John Willcox) 4:14.115
 
Women Team Pursuit
 
First Round
 
Heat 1
1 Kazakhstan (Rinata Akhmetcha/Zhanuya Seitova/Viktoriya Pastarnak/Tatyana Geneleva) 5:05.929
 
Heat 2
1 Germany (Michaela Ebert/Laura Sussemilch/Lena Ostler/Katja Breitenfellner) 4:50.676
 
Heat 3
1 Australia (Danielle Mckinnirey/Tori Saunders/Chloe Moran/Nicola Macdonald) 4:39.613
2 Russia (Kristina Selina/Natalia Studenikina/Oksana Novikova/Viktoria Levchenko) 4:42.061
 
Heat 4
1 New Zealand (Bryony Botha/Holly White/Madeleine Park/Michaela Drummond) 4:37.222
2 Japan (Yumi Kajihara/Nao Suzuki/Yuya Hashimoto/Kie Furuyama) 4:42.551
 
Final
 
Ride for Gold
1 New Zealand (Bryony Botha/Holly White/Madeleine Park/Michaela Drummond) 4:31.966 WR1
2 Australia (Danielle Mckinnirey/Tori Saunders/Chloe Moran/Nicola Macdonald)
  4:37.493
Ride for Bronze
3 Japan (Keitaro Sawada/Yoshimichi Yasukawa/Takumi Tokuda/Shunsuke Imamura) 4:39.374
4 Russia (Kristina Selina/Natalia Studenikina/Oksana Novikova/Viktoria Levchenko) 4:39.394
 
5 Germany (Michaela Ebert/Laura Sussemilch/Lena Ostler/Katja Breitenfellner)
6 Kazakhstan (Rinata Akhmetcha/Zhanuya Seitova/Viktoriya Pastarnak/Tatyana Geneleva) Caught

 

 

Women 500m
1 Pauline Sophie Grabosch (Germany) 34.657
2 Emma Hinze (Germany) 34.729
3 Olivia Podmore (New Zealand) 34.98
4 Emma Cumming (New Zealand) 35.484
5 Yuli Verdugo (Mexico) 35.516
6 Courtney Field (Australia) 35.537
7 Kseniya Bogoyavlenskaya (Russia) 35.684
8 Soohyun Kim (Korea) 35.789
9 Miriam Vece (Italy) 35.948
10 Hetty Van De Wouw (Netherlands) 35.963
11 Olga Goncharova (Russia) 36.089
12 Brooke Tucker (Australia) 36.306
13 Kollyn St. George (Trinidad & Tobago) 36.431
14 Sara Kankovska (Czech Republic) 36.469
15 Olivija Baleisyte (Lithuania) 36.827
16 Karin Okubo (Japan) 36.978
17 Martina Alzini (Italy) 37.274
18 Mariana Valadez (Mexico) 37.659
19 Katherine Maine (Canada) 37.714
20 Tze En Dana Joy Loo (Singapore) 39.254
21 Micaela Belen Barroso (Argentina) 39.577
22 Valeriya Tikhova (Kazakhstan) 39.601
23 Zhanerke Sanakbayeva (Kazakhstan) 40.326
DNS Jennifer Abbot (South Africa)

 

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