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
Women's Points Race, Men's Kilometre Time Trial, Women's Keirin and Men's Madison; the final four titles of the 2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships were decided. Women Keirin Round 2 Defending champion Vogel (GER) and last year's Bronze medallist Degrendele (BEL) both cruised through to the final for the medals, as did Dutch riders van
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 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
Women Keirin Round 1 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
Four thrilling battles and four more world titles awarded on the penultimate day of the 2018 Track Cycling World Championships. Women 500m Time Trial Final Daria Shmeleva of Russia could not defend her title from a year ago. Her time of 33.237 was quicker than her qualification run but was only good enough for second.
Action-packed racing and a new world record in the first session on day four. Women 500m Time Trial Qualifying Defending champion Daria Shmeleva of Russia showed she was once again the strongest sprinter against the clock. She set a time of 33.239 over the two laps to qualify in first place. Two Germans, Welte
Women 500m Time Trial Qualifying 1 SHMELEVA Daria RUS 33.239 (Q) 2 WELTE Miriam GER 33.416 (Q) 3 GRABOSCH Pauline Sophie GER 33.523 (Q) 4 LIGTLEE Elis NED 33.557 (Q) 5 STARIKOVA Olena UKR 33.613 (Q) 6 LAMBERINK Kyra NED 33.888 (Q) 7 MARCHANT Katy GBR 33.893 (Q) 8 CALVO Tania ESP 33.924 (Q) 9 LEE Wai Sze HKG 34.001 10 BASOVA
Four more rainbow jerseys were awarded in session two of day three in Apeldoorn. Men Points Race The Men's Points Race was frantic from start to finish, with a total of twelve riders gaining laps. Eloy Teruel of Spain, Joao Matias from Portugal and Dutchman Jan Willem van Schip were the three riders who scored
The first session on day three included the opening rounds of the Men's Sprint and Individual Pursuit Qualifying, and the first two events in the Women's Omnium. Men Sprint Qualifying Home favourite Jeffrey Hoogland topped the table in the Men's Sprint Qualifying with a time of 9.674. Australia's Matthew Glaetzer was just 0.003 seconds