The short but sharp first session on day five saw the start of the Women’s Keirin and the Men’s Kilometer Time Trial.

 

Women

Keirin

Round 1

The Women’s Keirin got underway

The first round of the Women’s Keirin saw very few surprises. Stephanie Morton of Australia was perhaps the only notable non-qualifier, as defending champion Kristina Vogel from Germany cruised through to round two.

Heat 1
1 VOGEL Kristina GER (Q)
2 KOBAYASHI Yuka JPN (Q)
3 LEE Hyejin KOR
4 VOINOVA Anastasiia RUS
5 KANKOVSKA Sara CZE
DNF MA Wing Yu HKG

Heat 2
1 KRUPECKAITE Simona LTU (Q)
2 BRASPENNINCX Shanne NED (Q)
3 GROS Mathilde FRA
4 BAYONA Martha COL
5 GAXIOLA Luz Daniela MEX
6 MAEDA Kayono JPN

Heat 3
1 LEE Wai Sze HKG (Q)
2 MARCHANT Katy GBR (Q)
3 MORTON Stephanie AUS
4 GODBY Madalyn USA
5 CUMMING Emma NZL
6 van RIESSEN Laurine NED

Heat 4
1 DEGRENDELE Nicky BEL (Q)
2 SHMELEVA Daria RUS (Q)
3 BASOVA Liubov UKR
4 CASAS Helena ESP
5 MAROZAITE Migle LTU
DNF HANSEN Natasha NZL

Round 1 Repechage

Shmeleva took the third repechage to progress to round 2

Casas (ESP), Gros (FRA), Shmeleva (RUS) and van Riessen (NED) were the four riders to took advantage of the repechage to continue on in the Keirin competiton. Australia’s Morton still didn’t appear to be firing on all cylinders and Sprint Silver medallist ended her 2018 world championships a tad earlier than she may have liked.

Heat 1
1 CASAS Helena ESP (Q)
2 MAEDA Kayono JPN
3 VOINOVA Anastasiia RUS
4 CUMMING Emma NZL

Heat 2
1 GROS Mathilde FRA (Q)
2 GAXIOLA Luz Daniela MEX
3 GODBY Madalyn USA
4 MA Wing Yu HKG

Heat 3
1 SHMELEVA Daria RUS (Q)
2 BAYONA Martha COL
3 MORTON Stephanie AUS
4 KOBAYASHI Yuka JPN

Heat 4
1 van RIESSEN Laurine NED (Q)
2 HANSEN Natasha NZL
3 KANKOVSKA Sara CZE
4 MAROZAITE Migle LTU


Men

Kilometre Time Trial

Qualifying

Hoogland also qualified quickest in the Sprint earlier in the week

It was a popular home victory for Jeffrey Hoogland in the Men’s Kilo Qualifying with a time of 59.517. Matthew Glaetzer of Australia, who broke his own sea-level world record in the event in February, finished 0.216 seconds behind Hoogland and another Dutchman, Theo Bos, was third. Last year’s winner Francois Pervis of France could only muster 1:00.952 and, with only the top eight qualifying for the final, he will not be defending his title.

1 HOOGLAND Jeffrey NED 59.517 (Q)
2 GLAETZER Matthew AUS 59.733 (Q)
3 BOS Theo NED 59.798 (Q)
4 LAFARGUE Quentin FRA 1:00.403 (Q)
5 ENGLER Eric GER 1:00.420 (Q)
6 PUERTA Fabian COL 1:00.609 (Q)
7 D’ALMEIDA Michael FRA 1:00.687 (Q)
8 LIGTLEE Sam NED 1:00.736 (Q)
9 SKINNER Callum GBR 1:00.778
10 PERVIS Francois FRA 1:00.952

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