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Track Day 4

London 2012, Velodrome

Race Writeup

1/8th Final

Vicki Pendleton (GBR), Anna Meares (AUS), Shuang Guo (CHN), Kristina Vogel (GR), Simona Krupeckaite (LTU) an Cuba Lisandra Guerra Rodriguez  won their way relatively easily into the quarterfinals. Taking 6 of the 8 places on offer they have 24 hours to relax before having to race again. 

Not so lucky are the riders that have to fight their way through via the repechage round. With only 30 minutes rest the six losers had to be back on the track again. The top two who qualify will have ridden five times in one day, in comparison to the top riders who only needed  rides.

Results 

Position Name Country Time Km/Hr
1 PENDLETON Victoria Great Britain 11.84 60.81
KANIS  Willy Netherlands
1 MEARES Anna Australia 11.566 62.251
SULLIVAN Monique Canada
1 GUO Shuang China 11.431 62.986
HANSEN Natasha New Zealand
1 VOGEL Kristina Germany 11.547 62.353
SHULIKA  Lyubov Ukraine
1 KRUPECKAITE Simona Lithuania 11.486 62.685
PANARINA Olga Belarus
1 GUERRA RODRIGUEZ Lisandra Cuba 11.485 62.69
LEE Wai Sze Hong Kong

1/8th Repechage

In the battle for the quarterfinals, Lyubov Shulika (UKR) and Olga Panarina (BLR) secured their spot in the top 8. 

In the first heat, Willy Kanis (NED) tried hard to attack early but Shulika was too strong.

In the second heat, Moniqiue Sullivan (CAN) and Natasha Hansen (NZL) tried but Panarina was too strong.

9-12th Place

Willy Kanis (NED) kept fighting to the line to finish 9th overall. It was a close battle, particularly given it was all four riders 6th race of the day.

Results 

9-12th Final
Position Name Country Time Km/Hr
9 KANIS  Willy Netherlands 11.852 60.749
10 LEE Wai Sze Hong Kong
11 SULLIVAN Monique Canada
12 HANSEN Natasha New Zealand

Results 

1/8th Repechage
Position Name Country Time Km/Hr
1 SHULIKA  Lyubov Ukraine 11.461 62.821
KANIS  Willy Netherlands
LEE Wai Sze Hong Kong
1 PANARINA Olga Belarus 11.443 62.92
SULLIVAN Monique Canada
HANSEN Natasha New Zealand

 

1/16th Final

The top 8 riders navigated with ease to the next round of the competition. The closest match was between the final pair, Natasha Hansen (NZL) and Lyubov Shulika (UKR). In the end Shulika was too strong for the New Zealander.

Results 

1/16th
Position Name Country Time Km/Hr
1 PENDLETON  Victoria Great Britain 11.775 61.146
GNIDENKO Ekaterina Russia
1 MEARES  Anna Australia 11.800 61.016
MAEDA Kayono Japan
1 GUO  Shuang China 11.371 63.318
LARREAL Daniela Grelui Venezuela
1 VOGEL  Kristina Germany 11.605 62.042
CUEFF  Virginie France
1 PANARINA Olga BLR 11.608 62.026
LEE  Hyejin Korea
1 GUERRA RODRIGUEZ Lisandra CUB 11.390 63.213
GAVIRIA RENDON  Juliana Colombia
1 LEE Wai Sze HKG 11.300 63.716
SULLIVAN Monique Canada
1 KRUPECKAITE Simona LTU 11.528 62.460
KANIS  Willy Netherlands
1 SHULIKA  Lyubov Ukraine 11.808 60.975
HANSEN Natasha NZL

 

Race Writeup  1/16th Repechage

In the race to get into the 1/8 finals, Natasha Hansen (NZL) attacked at the bell to secure her place in the next round. Monique Sullivan (CAN) did the same thing. Willy Kanis had to go a little earlier but she too secured hr spot.

1/16th Repechage
Position Name Country Time Km/Hr
1 HANSEN Natasha NZL 11.882 60.595
GAVIRIA RENDON  Juliana Colombia
GNIDENKO Ekaterina Russia
1 SULLIVAN Monique Canada 11.572 62.219
LEE  Hyejin Korea
MAEDA Kayono Japan
1 KANIS  Willy Netherlands 11.643 61.839
CUEFF  Virginie France
LARREAL Daniela Grelui Venezuela

Race Writeup Qualifying

Vicki Pendleton (GBR) qualified fastest for the sprint competition. Pendleton posted 10.724 seconds. The time was just .081 seconds outside the World record of 10.643 seconds set by Miriam Welte (GER) in Colorado in June 2012. Although Welte set the record at altitude in June, it was only ratified by the UCI three days before

Anna Meares (AUS) was second fastest, incredibly .081 behind Pendleton, the only two riders to go sub 11 seconds. China's Shuang Guo  and Germany's Kristina Vogel were a bit off the pace.

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Results Qualifying

Qualifying
Position Name Country Time Km/Hr
1 PENDLETON  Victoria Great Britain 10.724 67.139 OR
2 MEARES  Anna Australia 10.805 66.635
3 GUO  Shuang China 11.020 65.335
4 VOGEL  Kristina Germany 11.027 65.294
5 PANARINA Olga Belarus 11.080 64.981
6 GUERRA RODRIGUEZ Lisandra Cuba 11.109 64.812
7 LEE Wai Sze Hong Kong 11.203 64.268
8 KRUPECKAITE Simona Lithuania 11.234 64.091
9 HANSEN Natasha New Zealand 11.241 64.593
10 SHULIKA  Lyubov Ukraine 11.319 63.609
11 KANIS  Willy Netherlands 11.322 63.593
12 SULLIVAN Monique Canada 11.347 63.452
13 GAVIRIA RENDON  Juliana Colombia 11.376 63.291
14 LEE  Hyejin Korea 11.405 63.130
15 CUEFF  Virginie France 11.439 62.942
16 LARREAL Daniela Grelui Venezuela 11.509 62.235
17 MAEDA Kayono Japan 11.600 62.058
18 GNIDENKO Ekaterina Russia 11.649 61.807

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