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New Zealand Track Championships



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Day 1

Sprint, Junior Pursuit, Under 15 500m & Under 17 500m


National records were set in the mornings qualifying rounds on day one of the 2007 Lion Foundation National Track Cycling Championships in Invercragill.

While the temperature was bitterly cold outside, inside the temperature was heating up by the minute!

Canterbury's Fiona Carswell broke the first national record in the elite women's sprint, beating her old record of 11.990 set in Wanganui in 2002 with a time of 11.734.


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Junior Pursuit

In the junior  individual pursuit South Canterbury's Lauren Ellis beat her previous national record time to set up a final against Southland's Cathy Jordan

1  Lauren Ellis Mid South Canterbury 2.32.660
2  Cathy Jordan Southland 2.37.116
3  Emma Petersen Waikato/BoP 2.37.367

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Under 15 - 500m 

Auckland's Stephanie Mackenzie broke the Under 15 girls 500m time trial record with a time of 38.545 (was 41.348)

1  Stephanie Mackenzie Auckland 38.545
2  Amy Pearce Otago 39.665
3  Soren Adair Canterbury 40.400

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Under 17 - 500m

1  Elizabeth Steel Canterbury 39.019
2  Sarah Williams  Waikato BoP 40.128
3  Sarah Martin Canterbury 40.757


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