Women’s Keirin

Round 1

Hansen and Morton all won their early heats with very dominant displays, both showing their strength and form  at these games.

Heat 1

1 HANSEN Natasha NZL Q

2 STEWART Robyn NIR Q

4 BATE Lauren

5 ENGMOHD ADNAN Farina Shawati MAS

6  REJI Aleena IND

 

Heat 2

1 MORTON Stephanie AUS Q

2 GENEST Lauriane CAN Q

3 COSTER Eleanor WAL

4 DEBORAH Deborah IND

5 PODMORE Olivia NZL

 

Heat 3

1 MUSTAPA Fatehah MAS Q

2 McCULLOCH Kaarle AUS Q

3 CUMMING Emma NZL

4 JAMES Rachel WAL

5 WALSH Amelia CAN

 

Round 1- Repechages 

Heat 1

1 BATE Lauren ENG Q

2 JAMES Rachel WAL Q

3 CUMMING Emma NZL Q

4 REJI Aleena IND

 

Heat 2

1 PODMORE Olivia NZL Q

2 MOHD ADNAN Farina Shawati MAS Q

3 WALSH Amelia AUS Q

4 DEBORAH Deborah IND

5 COSTER Eleanor WAL

 

Round 2

Morton continued to dominate in the 2nd round winning her heat with apparent ease. McCulloch won heat 1, a very competitive heat which included early heat winers Lauren Bate and Natasha Hansen.

Heat 1

1 McCULLOCH Kaarle AUS (Qualified 1-6 final)

2 HANSEN Natasha NZL (Qualified 1-6 final)

3 MOHD ADNAN Farina Shawati MAS (Qualified 1-6 final)

4 CUMMING Emma NZL

5 GENEST Lauriane CAN

6 BATE Lauren ENG

 

Heat 2

1 MORTON Stephanie AUS (Qualified 1-6 final)

2 PODMORE Olivia NZL (Qualified 1-6 final)

3 WALSH Amelia CA (Qualified 1-6 final)

4 STEWART Robyn NIR

5 JAMES Rachel WAL

6 MUSTAPA Fatehah MAS  DQ

 

Final

Podmore led the race out after the derny pulled up, setting a fast pace. Morton, McCulloch and Hansen broke away in the last lap and battled it out to the finish line, showing just how strong the three riders have been these games all repeatedly finishing in the medals.

GOLD- MORTON Stephanie AUS

SILVER- McCULLOCH Kaarle  AUS

BRONZE- HANSEN Natasha NZL

 

4 MOHD ADNAN Farina Shawati MAS

5 WALSH Amelia CAN

6 PODMORE Olivia NZL

 

Men’s 40km Points Race 

Qualifying 

The Men’s qualifying races saw many attacks, with almost all riders scoring points. Ethan Hayter and Sam Harrison scored the same amount of points in heat 1 with their finishing order being the only thong to separate them. The same thong happend on heat 2 between Ollie Wood and Regan Gough.

Heat 1

1 HAYTER Ethan ENG 25pts  Q

2 HARRISON Samuel WAL 25pts Q

3 LAMOUREUX Jay CAN 22pts Q

4 SEXTON Tom NZL  12pts Q

5 HOWARD Leigh AUS  10pts Q

6 STEWART Mark SCO 8pts Q

7 LATHAM Christopher ENG  8pts Q

8 MOULD Jon WAL 7pts Q

9 BOSTOCK Matthew IOM 7pts Q

10 MAREE David RSA 5pts Q

11 GORDON Kyle SCO 3pts Q

12 OTHMAN Muhamad Afiq Huznie MAS 3pts  Q

 

Heat 2

1 WOOD Oliver ENG 28pts Q

2.GOUGH Regan NZL 28pts Q

3 HOLT Joe WAL 27pts Q

4 MEYER Cameron AUS 25pts Q

5 RCHIBALD John SCO  24pts Q

6 van HEERDEN Steven RSA 23pts Q

7 EDY SUHAIDEE Muhammad D. MAS  20pts Q

8 HOFFMANN Nolan RSA 12pts Q

9 STEWART Campbell NZL 9pts  Q

10 O’BRIEN Kelland AUS 8pts Q

11 FOLEY Michael CAN  5pts Q

12 POTTS Marc NIR 5pts Q

 

FINAL

Mark Stewart put in the performance of a lifetime to take gold in the final repeatedly putting in massive efforts. Cameron Meyer struggled due to his status as the man to beat, he was very closely marked and recvied no help during attacks.

 

GOLD- STEWART Mark SCO 81pts

SILVER- STEWART Campbell NZL 69pts

BRONZE HAYTER Ethan ENG  68pts

 

4 MEYER Cameron AUS 50pts

5 LATHAM Christopher ENG 50pts

6 WOOD Oliver ENG 46pts

Men’s 1km TT

Matt Glaetzer channelled his frustrations from yesterdays sprint heats to power around the track and not only get a Games Record but he also beat the sea-level World Record in the kilo. Dawkins put in a strong performance leading until the last ride earning the silver medal. Skinner recorded a faster time then the one he recorded at the World Championships, however he was still recoding from the illness that saw him miss yesterdays Individual Sprint.

GOLD- GLAETZER Matt 59.340 GR

SILVER- DAWKINS Edward 59.928

BRONZE- SKINNER Callum 1:01.083

 

4  WILLIAMS Zac NZL  1:01.132

5 WALE Jonathan SCO  1:01.261

6 CONSTABLE Patrick AUS  1:01.438

 

Women’s 10km Scratch Race

The three Australian girls worked hard together to deliver Amy Cure to the top of the podium. Emily Kay showed great promise winning the bronze at her first Commonwealth games. Archibald and Evans continued to refuse to work together denying Scotland the gold medal, however Evans won the silver with Archibald finishing in fourth place just off the podium.

GOLD- CURE Amy AUS

SILVER- EVANS Neah SCO

BRONZE-KAY Emily ENG

 

4 ARCHIBALD Katie SCO

5 JAMES Kirstie NZL

6 DICKINSON Eleanor ENG

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