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Results: Worlds Masters Track 2016 D8


Results: Worlds Masters Track 2016 D8

10th October 2016: Nine titles were decided on the final day at Manchester as well as the prestigious trophy for the Brian Cossavella Memorial Scratch Race.

The honours for the eighth day went to Australia and Britain with three titles apiece whilst the Netherlands, USA and Denmark all heard their national athems played on the day.

In the Men's Points race for riders in the 40-44 age category, the winner was Britain's Jonathan Harris who finished a lap up on his nearest rival, Rolando H Ahumada of Argentina who was one of two on the podium from that country, with German Ariel Lopez getting the bronze.

In the Men's Pursuit for the 75 Plus, there was an all British final where Robert Richards beat Vince Freely for the Gold by six seconds whilst John Mason made it an all British podium after he beat Petr Vatlach of the Czech Republic. In the next age category down, Steffen Munch Hansen of Denmark won another Gold, this time in the Men's Pursuit 70 – 74, beating Frenchman Michel Briat. In the ride off for Bronze, it was a British winner as David Rutherford saw off the challenge from Serge Hidot (France).

The final day also saw a Team Pursuit where four riders from the USA won the Gold; Timothy Mulrooney, Daniel Casper, David Klipper and Dean Peterson who saw off the challenge from Australia's Matthew Glanville, Gavin White, Chris Murray, Andrew Patten.

The bronze was another medal for Argentina who were having a great championships. Daniel R Del Barco, Luis Mario Vegetti, Diego Rosie, and Diego J Carnisetti beat the British quartet Steven Freear, Andrew Turner, Andy Bond and Jerry Cross.

Day 8 also saw a lot of Women's Sprinting and in the youngest Master's category, 35 – 39, victory went to Laurelea Moss of Australia in two straight rides over Louise Haston of Britain. The Bronze ride off was a win for Madeline Moore who beat Erin Glover of the USA.

In the Women's Sprint 40–44, Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen of the Netherlands won the sprint for Gold in two rides against Australia's Gigi Van der Poll. The Bronze was a victory for Catherine Hooton, also of Australia who beat the USA's Camie Kornely.

The Women's Sprint 45 – 49 was a victory for British rider Julie Cooper who beat New Zealander Erin Criglington in two rides. The Bronze again was won in two straight rides as Sharee Faulkner of Australia beat Jeanette Baxter of Britain.

In the Women's Sprint 50 - 54, the rainbow jersey was won by Sally McKenna of Australia against Denmark's Janni Bormann and in the other final for bronze, Britain's Debbie Capewell beat Deborah Coulls of Australia.

In the final sprint event, for the Over 55 Women, Janine McKinnon won another Gold for Australia as she beat Japan's Emi Wachi two rides to one in a very exciting final for the rainbow bands. In the Bronze medal race, Lorraine Jarvis of the USA beat Britain's Barbara Wiles.

The final race of the championships was the Brian Cossavella Memorial Scratch Race, a non championship event but one that is always was hotly contested with Martin Ruepp of Switzerland racing home to win from Rolando Horacio Ahumada of Argentina and Kenny Williams (USA).

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GOLD MEDAL WINNERS
Julie Cooper GBR
Jonathan Harris GBR
Robert Richards GBR
Laurelea Moss AUS
Janine McKinnon** AUS
Sally McKenna AUS
Steffen Munch Hansen DEN
USA, Timothy Mulrooney, Daniel Casper, David Klipper, Dean Peterson
Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen NED

RESULTS

Brian Cossavella Memorial Scratch Race
(Non Championship Event)
1 Martin Ruepp SUI
2 Rolando Horacio Ahumada ARG
3 Kenny Williams USA
4 Jeromy Cottell USA
5 Geoffrey Baxter AUS
6 Peter Selkrig AUS
7 Daniel Ricardo Del Barco ARG
8 Andy Stuart GBR
9 Sam Alison AUS
10 Tony Orrell GBR
11 Jerome Gueret FRA
12 Kenny Gray GBR
13 Karl Freeman GBR

Men's Points Race 40 – 44
1 Jonathan Harris GBR +2
2 Rolando H Ahumada ARG +1
3 German Ariel Lopez ARG +1
4 Martin Ruepp SUI +1
5 Marcos G Pettovello ARG +1
6 Karl Baumgart USA +1
7 Jean - Claude Voegeli SUI +1
8 Wayne Crombie GBR +1
9 Jason Kierman GBR
10 Joel Stewart GBR
11 Richard Mondszein GBR
12 Adam Bidwell GBR
13 Sam Alison AUS
14 John Hollier GBR
15 Jason Streather GBR
16 Jerome Gueret FRA
17 Malcolm Paterson GBR

Male Team Pursuit 45 – 54

Final
1 USA Team Project 320 3.20.847
Timothy Mulrooney, Daniel Casper, David Klipper, Dean Peterson

2 Australia 3.21.831
Matthew Glanville, Gavin White, Chris Murray, Andrew Patten

3 Argentina 3.26.967
Daniel R Del Barco, Luis Mario Vegetti, Diego Rosie Diego J Carnisetti

4 GBR OTE Sports 3.27.647
Steven Freear, Andrew Turner, Andy Bond, Jerry Cross

Qualifying
1. Team Project 320 USA 3.23.802
2. Australia AUS 3.24.466
3. OTE Sports GBR 3.28.380
4. Argentina ARG 3.29.093
5. Cloudera GBR 3.31.474
6. Team Scotland GBR 3.31.804
7. Derby Flyers GBR 3.34.386
8. Veloflow Racing Team GBR 3.35.059
9. Detroit Spoke USA 3.42.110
10. Team Velocity GBR 3.51.970

Men's Pursuit 75 Plus

For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Robert Richards GBR 2.52.729
2 Vince Freeley GBR 2.58.928

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 John Mason GBR 3.00.849
4 Petr Vatlach CZE 3.06.435

Men's Pursuit 70 – 74
For 1st & 2nd place
1 Steffen Munch Hansen DEN 2.39.190
2 Michel Briat FRA 2.42.108

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 David Rutherford GBR 2.42.188
4 Serge Hidot FRA 2.43.500

Qualifying
1 Steffen Munch Hansen DEN 2.38.356
2 Michel Briat FRA 2.40.063
3 David Rutherford GBR 2.42.759
4 Serge Hidot FRA 2.42.957
5 Geoff Wiles GBR 2.44.907
6 Terry Icke GBR 2.45.200
7 Marcel Le Quere FRA 2.45.285
8 John Moss RSA 2.54.326
9 Barry Ferguson GBR 2.58.964
10 Brian Moat GBR 2.59.652

Women's Sprint 35 – 39
For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Laurelea Moss AUS 12.604 12.564
2 Louise Haston GBR

For 3rd & 4th Place
4 Erin Glover USA 14
3 Madeline Moore GBR 13.014 13.021

Semi Finals
S/F A
1 Laurelea Moss AUS 12.427 12.640
2 Erin Glover USA

S/F B
1 Louise Haston GBR 13.100 12.904
2 Madeline Moore GBR

Minor Final
5 Linsey Hamilton USA 13.540
6 Victoria Hood GBR
7 Charlotte Lison GBR
8 Jenifer Dorsey USA
DQ Jaana Hyvarinen FIN

Round 1

Heat 1
1 Laurelea Moss AUS 14.410
2 Jenifer Dorsey USA

Heat 2
1 Madeline Moore GBR 14.795
2 Charlotte Lison GBR

Heat 3
1 Louise Haston GBR 13.239
2 Victoria Hood GBR

Heat 4
1 Erin Glover USA 12.821
2 Jaana Hyvarinen FIN
3 Linsey Hamilton USA

Qualifying
1 Laurelea Moss AUS 11.972 New World Masters Best Time
2 Madeline Moore GBR 12.162
3 Louise Haston GBR 12.191
4 Erin Glover USA 12.301
5 Linsey Hamilton USA 12.406
6 Jaana Hyvarinen FIN 12.502
7 Victoria Hood GBR 13.154
8 Charlotte Lison GBR 13.535
9 Jenifer Dorsey USA 15.013

Women's Sprint 40 – 44
For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen NED 12.912 12.987
2 Gigi Van der Poll AUS

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 Catherine Hooton AUS 13.367 12.723
4 Camie Kornely USA

Semi Finals

S/F A
1 Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen NED 13.192 14.139
2 Catherine Hooton AUS

S/F B
1 Gigi Van der Poll AUS 13.128 13.459
2 Camie Kornely USA

Repecharge
1 Catherine Hooton AUS 13.306
2 Cheryl Fuller Muller USA
3 Vlada Dekina CAN

Round 1

Heat 1
1 Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen NED 13.615
2 Vlada Dekina CAN

Heat 2
1 Camie Kornely USA 13.681
2 Catherine Hooton AUS

Heat 3
1 Gigi Van der Poll AUS 13.117
2 Cheryl Fuller Muller USA

Qualifying
1 Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen NED 12.195
2 Camie Kornely USA 12.602
3 Cheryl Fuller Muller USA 12.818
4 Gigi Van der Poll AUS 13.017
5 Catherine Hooton AUS 13.143
6 Vlada Dekina CAN 14.344

Women's Sprint 45 – 49
For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Julie Cooper GBR 13.096 12.771
2 Erin Criglington NZL

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 Sharee Faulkner AUS 14.725 14.114
4 Jeanette Baxter GBR

Semi Finals

S/F A
1 Julie Cooper GBR 15.162 14.511
2 Jeanette Baxter GBR

S/F B
1 Erin Criglington NZL 14.633 13.770
2 Sharee Faulkner AUS

Q
1 Julie Cooper GBR 12.759
2 Erin Criglington NZL 13.000
3 Sharee Faulkner AUS 14.568
4 Jeanette Baxter GBR 14.890

Women's Sprint 50 - 54
For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Sally McKenna AUS 13.180 12.831
2 Janni Bormann DEN

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 Debbie Capewell GBR 13.139 13.192
4 Deborah Coulls AUS

Semi Finals
S/F A
1 S ally McKenna AUS 13.348 13.683
2 Deborah Coulls AUS

S/F B
1 Janni Bormann DEN 12.957 13.028
2 Debbie Capewell GBR

Minor Final
5 Suzanne Duncan-Gilbert GBR 14.339
6 Makiko Hamada JPN
7 Edvige Pettinato ITA
8 Amanda Akom RSA
9 Berndine Minnaar RSA

Round 1

Heat 1
1 Sally McKenna AUS 15.431
2 Berndine Minnaar RSA

Heat 2
1 Janni Bormann DEN 14.727
2 Amanda Akom RSA

Heat 3
1 Debbie Capewell GBR 14.371
2 Edvige Pettinato ITA

Heat 4
1 Deborah Coulls AUS 14.181
2 Makiko Hamada JPN
3 Suzanne Duncan Gilbert GBR

Qualifying
1 Sally McKenna AUS 12.505
2 Janni Bormann DEN 12.567
3 Debbie Capewell GBR 12.830
4 Deborah Coulls AUS 13.241
5 Suzanne Duncan - Gilbert GBR 13.260
6 Makiko Hamada JPN 14.212
7 Edvige Pettinato ITA 15.096
8 Amanda Akom RSA 15.384
9 Berndine Minnaar RSA 16.081

Women's Sprint 55 Plus
For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Janine McKinnon** AUS 13.856 13.807
2 Emi Wachi* JPN 13.503

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 Lorraine Jarvis* USA 14.462 15.719
4 Barbara Wiles* GBR

Semi Final
S/F A
1 Emi Wachi* JPN 14.836 15.284
2 Barbara Wiles* GBR

S/F B
1 Janine McKinnon** AUS 14.068 13.981
2 Lorraine Jarvis* USA

Minor Final
5 Lillian Pfluke* USA 15.749
6 Gwynneth Rixon** GBR
7 Arja Scarsbrook** FIN
8 Susan Meinerz* USA
9 Diane Sudduth* USA

Round 1
Heat 1
1 Emi Wachi* JPN 15.932
2 Diane Sudduth* USA

Heat 2
1 Janine McKinnon** AUS 14.287
2 Gwynneth Rixon** GBR

Heat 3
1 Lorraine Jarvis* USA 16.064
2 Susan Meinerz* USA

Heat 4
1 Barbara Wiles* GBR 15.525
2 Arja Scarsbrook** FIN
3 Lillian Pfluke* USA

UCI World Masters Track Championships at Manchester’s National Cycling Centre on October 1 and each day until October 8.

Full information is at the championships web site www.cyclingmasters.com

Tickets are on sale on the web site and can be purchased in person from the velodrome Main Reception desk.

Content - Cycling Masters/VeloUK - Larry Hickmott


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