World Cup 2018-19 Round 4 – London – Team Pursuit Qualifying

Women Team Pursuit Qualifying 1 Great Britain (BARKER Elinor, ARCHIBALD Katie, DICKINSON Eleanor, KENNY Laura) 4:17.453 2 Italy 4:24.396 (BALSAMO Elisa, FRAPPORTI Simona, GUAZZINI Vittoria, VALSECCHI Silvia) 3 United States 4:24.493 (VALENTE Jennifer, BIRCH Christina, CATLIN Kelly, WHITE Emma) 4 Republic of Korea (KIM Hyunji, KIM Youri, LEE Jumi, NA Ahreum) 4:25.362 5 Team Breeze (HOLL Jenny,

World Cup 2018-19 Round 2 – Milton – Day 3 – Evening

Men Sprint Semi Finals Heat 1 1 GLAETZER Matthew AUS * * 2 HART Nathan AUS +0.028 +0.000 Heat 2 1 LAVREYSEN Harrie NED * * 2 HOOGLAND Jeffrey NED +0.264 +0.257 Finals GOLD GLAETZER Matthew AUS +0.101 * * SILVER LAVREYSEN Harrie NED * +0.040 +0.093 BRONZE HOOGLAND Jeffrey NED * * 4 HART Nathan AUS +0.044 +0.745 Madison GOLD Denmark (von FOLSACH Casper,

World Cup 2018-19 Round 2 – Milton – Day 3 – Afternoon

Women Keirin First Round Heat 1 1 HINZE Emma GER 2 LEE Wai Sze HKG +0.013 3 van RIESSEN Laurine BCC +0.071 4 OHTA Riyu JPN +0.077 5 HANSEN Natasha NZL +0.385 6 MUSTAPA Fatehah MAS +0.416 Heat 2 1 BRASPENNINCX Shanne NED 2 GENEST Lauriane CAN +0.053 3 KRUPECKAITE Simona LTU +0.066 4 GODBY Madalyn USA +0.127 5 PALMER Dahlia JAM +0.238 6 LOS Urszula

World Cup 2018-19 Round 2 – Milton – Day 2 – Evening

Women Semi Finals Heat 1 1 LEE Wai Sze HKG * * 2 MORTON Stephanie AUS +0.088 +0.151 Heat 2 1 HINZE Emma GER * * 2 SHMELEVA Daria RVL +0.011 +0.228 Finals GOLD LEE Wai Sze HKG * * SILVER HINZE Emma GER +0.091 +0.138 BRONZE MORTON Stephanie AUS * * 4 SHMELEVA Daria RVL +0.056 +0.009 Madison GOLD Great Britain (ARCHIBALD Katie,

World Cup 2018-19 Round 2 – Milton – Day 2 – Afternoon

Women Sprint Qualifying 1 MORTON Stephanie AUS 10.514 2 SHMELEVA Daria RVL 10.692 3 HINZE Emma GER 10.709 4 GROS Mathilde FRA 10.718 5 LEE Wai Sze HKG 10.746 6 McCULLOCH Kaarle AUS 10.779 7 van RIESSEN Laurine BCC 10.790 8 HANSEN Natasha NZL 10.846 9 GENEST Lauriane CAN 10.846 10 GRABOSCH Pauline Sophie GER 10.850 11 STARIKOVA Olena UKR 10.856 12 van de

World Cup 2018-19 Round 2 – Milton – Day 1

Women Team Sprint Qualifying 1 Australia (McCULLOCH Kaarle, MORTON Stephanie) 32.693 2 Gazprom-Rusvelo (SHMELEVA Daria, VOINOVA Anastasiia) 32.937 3 Netherlands (LAMBERINK Kyra, van de WOUW Hetty) 33.329 4 Germany (WELTE Miriam, GRABOSCH Pauline Sophie) 33.348 5 Ukraine (STARIKOVA Olena, BASOVA Liubov) 33.450 6 Poland (KARWACKA Marlena, LOS Urszula) 33.531 7 New Zealand (CUMMING Emma, HANSEN Natasha) 33.637 8 France (CLAIR

World Cup 2018-19 Round 2 – Milton – Qualifying

Team Pursuit Qualifying Women Russia kicked off the opening session of the second round of the Tissot Track Cycling World Cup Series in Milton, Ontario. Alexandra Goncharova, Gulnaz Badykova, Daria Malkova and Natalia Studinenka clocked a 4:31.97. Neither Poland nor China could match that time but Yumi Kajihara, Kie Furuyama, Yuya Hashimoto and

Commonwealth Games 2018 – Day 2 – Session 1

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.

Commonwealth Games 2018 – Day 1

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

UCI Track Cycling World Championships 2018 – Day 5, Session 2 – Report

  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