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
Men's Individual Sprint Qualifying Matthew Glaetzer continued to look unbeatable after his performance in the Men's Keirin, qualifying with the fastest time and setting a new games record. Young Scotsman Jsck Carlin also posted a very good time with his GB teammate Phillip Hindes have a slightly disappointing performance for a rider
Women's Individual Sprint Qualifying Stephanie Morton qualified with the fastest time setting a new games record, showing just how strong she really is at the moment. It was Englands Katy Marchant who was the big surprise, Marchant was one of the favourites for a medal but posted a disappointingly slow time in qualifying.
Women's B&VI Sprint Qualifying Qualifying A new World Record was set by favourites Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott in qualifying, with Jessica Gallagher and Madison Janssen also recording an impressive time. 1 THORNHILL Sophie & SCOTT Helen ENG 10.609 2 GALLAGHER Jessica & JANSSEN Madison AUS 10.954 4 McGLYNN Aileen & HASTON Louise SCO 11.157 Finals It was
After a 'soft' opening last weekend with the Canadian National Track Championships, the new Canadian indoor velodrome in Milton, Ontario, had its official unveiling on Friday night with the UCI sanctioned Milton International Challenge. Nine countries are represented for both team and individual events - Canada, USA, Jamaica, Trinidad, Germany,