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Omnium - Spanish dominance

Race Writeup

Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro (Spain) pulled out the win of her career, taking gold in the Omnium. The Canadian world champion Whitten was second ahead of the young Polish rider Malgorzata Wojtyra.

The Omnium event included a qualification round plus the six competition events making it one of the most gruelling events of the event. 

Going into the final 500m time trial, the gap between the two leads was only 2 points. Whitten had to beat Olaberria Dorronsoro by two places to move up to gold. They finished 6

Individual Pursuit- Tara Whitten (Canada) moved to within two points of the overall leader in the Omnium competition, Spanish rider Leire Olaberra Dorronsoro. The Ukrainian Lesya Kalitovska rode second fastest in the pursuit to move her into third overall.

Scratch - Malgorzata Wojtyra (POL) won the scratch race, but it was the race for the minor places that mattered. Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro (Spain) and Tara Whitten (Canada) were in the chase group behind and finished third and fifth respectively. This meant the Spaniard had a four point lead going into the final event the 500 TT. 

The pace was extremely high right from the start, the entire race averaged 45.949 km/hr for the 10km race. The most active riders in the attacks were, Marianne Vos (NED), Tatsiana Sharakova (BLR), 

Time Trial - Malgorzata Wojtyra (Poland) secured her second victory, winnin the 500m TT in a time of 36.144. this victory moved her up to third overall. The overall Omnium victory however was determined by the performances of the two leaders Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro (Spain) and Tara Whitten (Canada). They finished 6th and 7th respectively securing gold for the Spanish rider.

 

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Post Race Comments

Final Comments

Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro (Spain) was overjoyed to have won the gold medal, "I am so happy and very tired. It has been a really tough three days but I could not be happier," said Olaberria. 

Tara Whitten (Canada) proudly wore her world champions jersey to start her campaign of defense, "I would have like to start with a gold but a silver is great. I am very tired. I has been a really tough three days," said Whitten. 

Reflecting on where she needs to improve, Whitten added, "Obviously my time trial. I need to find a little extra speed,"

Malgorzata Wojtyra (Poland) was very happy with her bronze medal, "I have been working on my time trial and went quicker than I had in the Europeans. That made the difference for me to be able to get a medal today," said Wojtyra

After events:

Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro (Spain) could not be happier with her position at the top of the leader board after 4 events. "I think I could have gone a little faster in the pursuit, but I am please. The scratch race is going to be interesting. Tara [Whitten] is only 2 points behind me," said Olaberria. "This event has been good so far. I will miss Cali but plan to do Beijing and Manchester before Worlds," she added.

Gemma Dudley (NZL) was very happy with her individual pursuit, "I am still young and this is my first World Cup. I went six seconds faster than my ride in the Oceania championships, which is really good. I am loving this Omnuim event. It is hard but really great," said Dudley.

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Results  

Overall Standings - Final

 

Position Name Country 200m Flying Lap Points Elimination Pursuit Scratch 500m TT Total
Gold OLABERRIA DORRONSORO ESP 3 7 2 5 3 6 26
Silver WHITTEN Tara CAN 2 13 3 1 5 7 31
Bronze WOJTYRA Malgorzata POL 1 8 19 10 1 1 40
4 JEULAND Pascale FRA 9 10 4 7 2 14 46
5 ROMANYUTA Evgeniya RUS 11 6 5 11 11 3 47
6 VOS Marianne NED 15 11 1 4 6 11 48
7 HOSKINS Melissa AUS 4 15 7 6 13 8 53
8 KALITOVSKA Lesya UKR 10 9 9 2 14 10 54
9 SHARAKOVA Tatsiana BLR 7 2 18 3 22 5 57
10 D'HOORE Jolien BEL 6 16 10 15 9 4 60
11 HIGGINS Cari USA 8 12 15 13 9 9 66
12 TCHALYKH Elena AZE 21 3 8 9 10 16 67
13 MACHACOVA Jarmila CZE 14 1 6 14 19 21 75
14 GEBHARDT Elke GER 17 4 16 16 8 17 78
15 MANEEPHAN Jutatip THA 12 19 12 19 15 2 79
16 SCHNIDER Pascale SUI 19 5 17 8 21 13 83
17 TABATA Maki JPN 16 14 11 18 12 15 86
18 DUDLEY Gemma NZL 13 23 22 12 16 12 98
19 ARREOLA NAVARRO Sofia MEX 23 20 21 17 4 20 105
20 PAVLENDOVA Alzbeta SVK 20 17 13 22 23 19 114
21 TAGLIAFERRO Marta ITA 24 21 23 21 4 23 116
22 YENY LORENA Colmenares COL 18 22 20 20 18 18 116
23 MUNOZ Paola CHI 22 18 14 23 23 22 122
24 SEREIKAITE Vilija LTU 5 24 DNS DNF

 

10km Scratch

Position Name Country
1 WOJTYRA Malgorzata POL
2 JEULAND Pascale FRA
3 OLABERRIA DORRONSORO Leire ESP
4 TAGLIAFERRO Marta ITA
5 WHITTEN Tara CAN
6 VOS Marianne NED
7 D'HOORE Jolien BEL
8 GEBHARDT Elke GER
9 HIGGINS Cari USA
10 TCHALYKH Elena AZE
11 ROMANYUTA Evgeniya RUS
12 MANEEPHAN Jutatip THA
13 HOSKINS Melissa AUS
14 KALITOVSKA Lesya UKR
15 DUDLEY Gemma NZL
16 PAVLENDOVA Alzbeta SVK
17 ARREOLA NAVARRO Sofia MEX
18 YENY LORENA Colmenares COL
19 MACHACOVA Jarmila CZE
20 TABATA Maki JPN
21 SCHNIDER Pascale SUI
22 SHARAKOVA Tatsiana BLR
REL MUNOZ Paola CHI

 

Individual Pursuit

Position

Name Country Time Km/Hr
1 WHITTEN Tara CAN 03:35.083 50.213
2 KALITOVSKA Lesya UKR 03:37.509 49.693
3 SHARAKOVA Tatsiana BLR 03:38.922 49.332
4 VOS Marianne NED 03:41.574 48.332
5 OLABERRIA DORRONSORO ESP 03:42.463 48.742
6 HOSKINS Melissa AUS 03:43.114 48.405
7 JEULAND Pascale FRA 03:43.122 48.404
8 SCHNIDER Pascale SUI 03:44.154 48.181
9 TCHALYKH Elena AZE 03:44.447 48.118
10 WOJTYRA Malgorzata POL 03:45.815 47.826
11 ROMANYUTA Evgeniya RUS 03:46.236 47.737
12 DUDLEY Gemma NZL 03:46.979 47.581
13 HIGGINS Cari USA 03:47.709 47.428
14 MACHACOVA Jarmila CZE 03:48.597 47.244
15 D'HOORE Jolien BEL 03:48.816 47.199
16 GEBHARDT Elke GER 03:51.297 46.693
17 ARREOLA NAVARRO Sofia MEX 03:54.713 46.013
18 TABATA Maki JPN 03:55.827 45.796
19 MANEEPHAN Jutatip THA 04:02.062 44.616
20 YENY LORENA Colmenares COL 04:02.501 44.535
21 TAGLIAFERRO Marta ITA 04:03.667 44.322
22 PAVLENDOVA Alzbeta SVK 04:03.861 44.287
23 MUNOZ Paola CHI 04:05.796 43.938

 

Scratch

Position Name Country
1 WOJTYRA Malgorzata POL
2 JEULAND Pascale FRA
3 OLABERRIA DORRONSORO Leire ESP
4 TAGLIAFERRO Marta ITA
5 WHITTEN Tara CAN
6 VOS Marianne NED
7 D'HOORE Jolien BEL
8 GEBHARDT Elke GER
9 HIGGINS Cari USA
10 TCHALYKH Elena AZE
11 ROMANYUTA Evgeniya RUS
12 MANEEPHAN Jutatip THA
13 HOSKINS Melissa AUS
14 KALITOVSKA Lesya UKR
15 DUDLEY Gemma NZL
16 PAVLENDOVA Alzbeta SVK
17 ARREOLA NAVARRO Sofia MEX
18 YENY LORENA Colmenares COL
19 MACHACOVA Jarmila CZE
20 TABATA Maki JPN
21 SCHNIDER Pascale SUI
22 SHARAKOVA Tatsiana BLR
REL MUNOZ Paola CHI

Time Trial

Position Name Country Time
1 WOJTYRA Malgorzata POL 36.144
2 MANEEPHAN Jutatip THA 36.399
3 ROMANYUTA Evgeniya RUS 36.509
4 D'HOORE Jolien BEL 36.556
5 SHARAKOVA Tatsiana BLR 36.706
6 OLABERRIA DORRONSORO Leire ESP 36.717
7 WHITTEN Tara CAN 36.753
8 HOSKINS Melissa AUS 37.025
9 HIGGINS Cari USA 37.307
10 KALITOVSKA Lesya UKR 37.475
11 VOS Marianne NED 37.704
12 DUDLEY Gemma NZL 37.909
13 SCHNIDER Pascale SUI 38.144
14 JEULAND Pascale FRA 38.158
15 TABATA Maki JPN 38.196
16 TCHALYKH Elena AZE 38.388
17 GEBHARDT Elke GER 38.538
18 YENY LORENA Colmenares COL 38.690
19 PAVLENDOVA Alzbeta SVK 38.765
20 ARREOLA NAVARRO Sofia MEX 38.805
21 MACHACOVA Jarmila CZE 38.850
22 MUNOZ Paola CHI 39.005
23 TAGLIAFERRO Marta ITA 39.439

 

 

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