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October 16/22 8:53 am - Track World Championships Day 4


Posted by Editoress on 10/16/22
 

On Day 4 of the Track world championships in Saint-Quentin en Yvelines, France, Kelsey Mitchell was the top Canadian performer, finishing seventh in the women's 500m time trial after qualifying sixth. Dylan Bibic took tenth overall in the men's Omnium, his first at the Elite level, with a third place in the Elimination event.

"The final race was hard," admitted Bibic, "I went for a medal and gave it everything I could. I was so close to lapping the field and then I just cracked. Then I was fighting to not get lapped for the rest of the race. I tried my best, and I think next year I can come back and get a medal."

Canada's women's Madison team of Maggie Coles-Lyster and Sarah van Dam finished 12th. Van Dam also raced the Individual Pursuit, where she was 12th, with Ruby West finishing 19th.

Sarah van Dam pointed out, "Maggie and I are the first Canadian women's team to ever finish the Madison at world champs and although this is not the result we had hoped for we are excited to put in the work and build on this performance. Together we will go up from here!"

In the Men's Sprint, Nick Wammes qualified 12th and Ryan Dodyk was 24th. Both were knocked out in the first round of sprints.

Results 

 

Photos

Women 500TT Qualifying

Women 500TT Final

Men Omnium: Scratch and Tempo races

Men Omnium: Elimination and Points races

Women Individual Pursuit

Men Sprint Qualifying

Women Madison


 

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