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Moscow - Round 1

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Sprint 

Fastest in the qualifying round,  Tamilia Abassova (RUS) was only beaten across the line once in the whole sprint series and that was when fellow finalist, Fang Tian (CHN) deviated from her line in the last 200m of the first heat and received a warning for it. Abassova takes maximum points from this, the first World Cup Classic of 2004-2005 and well deserved they are too.

The final result produced a new name in 3rd place, Christin Muche (GER) came in ahead of Yvonne Hijgenaar (NED), Elisa Frisoni (ITA)  and compatriot, Susann Panzer.

Posn Name Surname Country Points
1 Tamilia ABASSOVA RUS 12
2 Fang TIAN CHN 10
3 Christin MUCHE GER 8
4 Yvonne HIJGENAAR NED 7
5 Elisa FRISONI ITA 6
6 Susann PANZER GER 5
7 Willy KANIS NED 4
8 Rebecca CONZELMAN USA 3
9 Magdalena SARA POL 2
10 Ioulia AROUSTAMOVA RUS 1

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500m TT

This sprinter's event, lacking the presence of the dual World Champion and Olympic Champion, Anna Meares was taken by Russian Tamilia Abassova. 

Posn Name Surname Country Points
1 Tamilia ABASSOVA RUS 12
2 Yvonne HIJGENAAR NED 10
3 Elisa FRISONI ITA 8
4 Fang TIAN CHN 7
5 Victoria PENDLETON GBR 6
6 Susann PANZER GER 5
7 Rebecca CONZELMAN USA 4
8 Magdalena SARA POL 3
9 Gintare GAIVENYTE LTU 2
10 Chrysoula ZACHARIOUDAKI GRE 1

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3km Individual Pursuit

The final shake-out confirmed the qualifying times of the top 4 - they finished in the top four positions, although the third and fourth placings were reversed. The time were nowhere near what the world has seen in 2004, on the fast tracks of Melbourne (World Champs) and Athens (Olympics), but to be fair, the World's best riders were not in Moscow either. 

The Russian domination of this, their 'home' event continued with a win for  Oxana Kostenko over Ukrainian Lyudmyla Vypyraylo.

The times and placings for the top 4 were :

Posn Name Surname Country Time
1 Oxana KOSTENKO RUS 03:43.0
2 Lyudmyla VYPYRAYLO UKR 03:49.4
3 Marlijn BINNENDIJK NED 03:48.9
4 Verena JOOS GER 03:50.4

Final placings :

Posn Name Surname Country Points
1 Oxana KOSTENKO RUS 12
2 Lyudmyla VYPYRAYLO UKR 10
3 Marlijn BINNENDIJK NED 8
4 Verena JOOS GER 7
5 Pascale SCHNIDER SUI 6
6 Rebecca BERTOLO ITA 5
7 Annette HANSON USA 4
8 Tatiana SHISHKOVA MDA 3

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Keirin

It can be a heavy programme for riders in the World Cup Classic events. Over the period of a weekend, they may compete in as many as three or four events, with qualifying and heats within. The keirin is one of the sprinter's events and sees riders following a 'derny' (a special moped) for the initial laps of the tracks. The derny increases its pace with the riders in tow until it peels off and the riders fight out the final 2 laps to the finish.

The final was taken by German, Susann Panzer ahead of Tamilia Abassova (RUS) and Christin Muche (GER). Also in their race were Elisa Frisoni (ITA), 4th, Magdalena Sara  (POL) 5th and Victoria Pendleton (GBR) 6th

Final Placings 

Posn Name Surname Country Points
1 Susann PANZER GER 12
2 Tamilia ABASSOVA RUS 10
3 Christin MUCHE GER 8
4 Elisa FRISONI ITA 7
5 Magdalena SARA POL 6
6 Victoria PENDLETON GBR 5
7 Willy KANIS NED 4
8 Yvonne HIJGENAAR NED 3
9 Ioulia AROUSTAMOVA RUS 2
10 Rebecca CONZELMAN USA 1
11 Chrysoula ZACHARIOUDAKI GRE

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Scratch Race 

The 10km scratch race was won by another 'home' rider, Russian Apolinaria Bakova, with her team-mate, Oxana Kostenko second. Italian Annalisa Cucinotta was third.

The overall positions were : 

Posn Name Surname Country Points
1 Apollinaria BAKOVA RUS 12
2 Oxana KOSTENKO RUS 10
3 Annalisa CUCINOTTA ITA 8
4 Lyudmyla VYPYRAYLO UKR 7
5 Kate CULLEN GBR 6
6 Mandy POITRAS CAN 5
7 Pascale SCHNIDER SUI 4
8 Katarzyna JAGUSIAK POL 3
9 Marlijn BINNENDIJK NED 2
10 Eleonora SOLDO ITA 1

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Points Race 

This, a 60 lap race contained sprints every 6 laps, with points awarded for the first four riders as 5pts, 3pts, 2pts, 1pt. 

The final positions (with corresponding World Cup points) were : 

Posn Name Surname Country Points
1 Lyudmyla VYPYRAYLO UKR 12
2 Rebecca BERTOLO ITA 10
3 Apollinaria BAKOVA RUS 8
4 Belem GUERRERO MENDEZ MEX 7
5 Annalisa CUCINOTTA ITA 6
6 Marlijn BINNENDIJK NED 5
7 Annette HANSON USA 4
8 Mandy POITRAS CAN 3
9 Katarzyna JAGUSIAK POL 2
10 Jacqueline MARSHALL GBR 1

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Overall positions after Round 1 - Moscow 

Each event within the Round attracts points - up to 12 for the first 10 finishers - which are added together from all events (including the men's events) at the end of the Round and the winning country is declared at the end of the weekend. Points are accumulated throughout the World Cup and individual event rankings, plus the overall country ranking awarded after the final Round.

 

Rank Country Code  Points
1 Russie / Russia RUS 127
2 Pays-Bas / Netherlands NED 95
3 Allemagne/Germany GER 88
4 Ukraine UKR 76
5 Grande-Bretagne / Great Britain GBR 71
6 Italie/Italy ITA 59
7 France FRA 54
8 Rep Tcheque/Czech Republic CZE 37
9 Pologne/Poland POL 36
10 Etats-Unis/USA USA 34
11 Espagne / Spain ESP 28
12 Biélorussie / Belarus BLR 22
13 Belgique / Belgium BEL 21
14 Chine / China CHN 17
15 Slovaquie / Slovakia SVK 15
16 Suisse / Switzerland SUI 13
17 Argentine / Argentina ARG 11
18 Japon/Japan JPN 9
19 Australie / Australia AUS 8
19 Barbados BAR 8
19 Canada CAN 8
19 Chili/Chile CHI 8
23 Mexique / Mexico MEX 7
24 Danemark / Denmark DEN 4
25 Grece/Greece GRE 3
26 Kazakhstan KAZ 2
26 Lituanie/Lithuania LTU 2
26 Moldavia MDA 2

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