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UCI Track Cycling World Cup Series 2016/2017
Round Four - Los Angeles, USA


UCI Track Cycling World Cup Series 2016/2017 - Round Four - Los Angeles, USA

The UCI Track Cycling World Cup Series 2016/2017 Round Four takes place from the 25th to 26th February 2017 at the Velo Sports Center in Carson, Los Angeles, California, the United States.

Los Angeles 2016/2017 Live Timing Results
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Men's Sprint


GOLD - Denis Dmitriev (GazProm/Russia)

SILVER - Max Niederlag (Germany)

BRONZE - Sam Webster (New Zealand)

Summary Results
1 DMITRIEV Denis GAZ
2 NIEDERLAG Max GER
3 WEBSTER Sam NZL
4 LAFARGUE Quentin FRA

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Men's Team Sprint


GOLD - New Zealand
(Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster, Edward Dawkins)

SILVER - Germany
(Erik Balzer, Max Niederlag, Eric Engler)

BRONZE - Poland
(Maciej Bielecki, Mateusz Rudyk, Krzysztof Maksel)

Summary Results
1 NZL - New Zealand - 43.710
2 GER - Germany - 43.974
3 POL - Poland - 44.184
4 FRA - France - 45.321

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Men's Keirin


GOLD -Fabian Hernando Puerta Zapata (Colombia)

SILVER - Hugo Barrette (Canada)

BRONZE - Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sharom (ISN/Malaysia)

Summary Results
1 53 PUERTA ZAPATA Fabian Hernando COL
2 33 BARRETTE Hugo CAN +0.042
3 113 SAHROM Muhammad Shah Firdaus ISN +0.075
4 222 OLIVA Lewis WAL +0.124
5 81 PERVIS Francois FRA +0.162
6 129 WATANABE Kazunari JPN +0.165

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Men's 15km Scratch Race


GOLD -Yauheni Karaliok (Belarus)

SILVER - Thomas Denis (France)

BRONZE - Thomas Sexton (New Zealand)

Summary Results
1 28 KARALIOK Yauheni BLR
2 78 DENIS Thomas FRA
3 157 SEXTON Thomas NZL
4 110 ENGLISH Felix IRL
5 221 MOULD Jonathan WAL

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Men's 50km Madison


GOLD -Ireland
(Felix English, Mark Downey)

SILVER - Denmark
(Julius Johansen, Casper Pedersen)

BRONZE - New Zealand
(Campbell Stewart, Thomas Sexton)

Summary Results
1 8 IRL - Ireland 57
2 7 DEN - Denmark 45
3 12 NZL - New Zealand 44
4 2 SUI - Switzerland 42
5 13 BLR - Belarus 10

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Men's Omnium


GOLD - Szymon Sajnok (Poland)

SILVER - Campbell Stewart (New Zealand)

BRONZE - Sanghoon Park (South Korea)

Summary Results
1 12 SAJNOK Szymon POL 22 (10) 40 (1) 40 (1) 102 (1) 5 3 2 3 6 2 121
2 11 STEWART Campbell NZL 24 (9) 22 (10) 34 (4) 80 (8) 2 3 10 20 1 115
3 9 PARK Sanghoon KOR 40 (1) 32 (5) 16 (13) 88 (7) 5 2 20 10 115
4 4 PEDERSEN Casper DEN 36 (3) 36 (3) 26 (8) 98 (3) 5 5 5 6 113
5 5 KNEISKY Morgan FRA 30 (6) 34 (4) 30 (6) 94 (5) 3 2 5 2 2 4 3 112

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Women's Sprint


GOLD - Kristina Vogel (Germany)

SILVER - Liubov Basova (Ukraine)

BRONZE - Anastasiia Voinova (GazProm/Russia)

Summary Results
1 VOGEL Kristina GER
2 BASOVA Liubov UKR
3 VOINOVA Anastasiia GAZ
4 205 STARIKOVA Olena UKR

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Women's 3km Individual Pursuit


GOLD - Chloe Dygert (USA)

SILVER - Ashlee Ankudinoff (Australia)

BRONZE - Jaime Nielsen (New Zealand)

Summary Results
1 211 DYGERT Chloe USA - 3:28.431
2 22 ANKUDINOFF Ashlee AUS - 3:35.921
3 163 NIELSEN Jaime NZL - 3:34.056
4 175 KACZKOWSKA Justyna POL - 3:34.973

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Women's 4km Team Pursuit


GOLD - USA
(Chloe Dygert, Kelly Catlin, Kimberly Geist, Jennifer Valente)

SILVER - New Zealand
(Rushlee Buchanan, Michaela Drummond, Jaime Nielsen, Racquel Sheath)

BRONZE - Canada
(Laura Brown, Jasmin Duehring, Annie Foreman-Mackey, Kirsti Lay)

Summary Results
1 USA - United States - 4:19.990
2 NZL - New Zealand - 4:24.619
3 CAN - Canada - 4:25.487
4 ITA - Italy - 4:29.616

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Women's Team Sprint


GOLD - GazProm/Russia
(Daria Shmeleva, Anastasiia Voinova)

SILVER - Canada
(Amelia Walsh, Kate O'Brien)

BRONZE - South Korea
(Hyejin Lee, Wong Gyeong Kim)

Summary Results
1 GAZ - Gazprom-Rusvelo - 32.835
2 CAN - Canada - 34.146
3 KOR - Korea - 33.929
4 COL - Colombia - 34.283

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Women's Keirin


GOLD - Kristina Vogel (Germany)

SILVER - Martha Bayona Pineda (Colombia)

BRONZE - Natasha Hansen (New Zealand)

Summary Results
1 99 VOGEL Kristina GER
2 55 BAYONA PINEDA Martha COL +0.111
3 161 HANSEN Natasha NZL +0.132
4 200 BASOVA Liubov UKR +0.336
5 153 GUO Shuang MSP +0.415
6 142 KRUPECKAITE Simona LTU +0.692

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Women's 10km Scratch Race


GOLD - Tetyana Klimchenko (Ukraine)

SILVER - Jasmin Duehring (Canada)

BRONZE - Elinor Barker (Great Britain)

Summary Results
1 201 KLIMCHENKO Tetyana UKR
2 37 DUEHRING Jasmin CAN
3 92 BARKER Elinor GBR -1
4 119 BARBIERI Rachele ITA -1
5 133 SUZUKI Nao JPN -1

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Women's 20km Madison


GOLD - Australia
(Amy Cure, Alexandra Manly)

SILVER - New Zealand
(Michaela Drummond, Racquel Sheath)

BRONZE - Italy
(Rachele Barbieri, Maria Giulia Confalonieri)

Summary Results
1 16 AUS - Australia 20
2 21 NZL - New Zealand 19
3 20 ITA - Italy 18
4 17 FRA - France 16
5 15 GBR - Great Britain 15


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