World Cup Cambridge – last day


na Hong Kong won Yumi Kajihara nu in Cambridge het omnium

New Zealand hosts top medal table at UCI Track Cycling World Cup

The host nation finished with eight medals, and a win in the 50 kilometres madison event by Campbell Stewart and Aaron Gate at the Avantidrome brought their total of golds to five – the most of any nation in the fourth of this season’s World Cup series.

Up against Australian rivals Kelland O’Brien and Cameron Meyer, the New Zealanders attacked early to put a lap on the field, before their rivals from across the Tasmann Sea responded to draw level as the pair lapped the field again, and then put the pressure on the hosts. But Stewart and Gate – both omnium world champions – held on and then lapped the field for a fourth and final time. The Kiwis’ four laps on the field, as well as six sprint wins and points in 14 of the other 20 sprints meant they finished with 129 points, with Australia 42 points back, and Italy’s Michele Scartezzini and Francesco Lamon third on 57.


four laps on the field!! = 80 pts
Heren madison 50 km gemiddelde 58,040 km/uur
1. New Zealand: Aaron Gate – Campell Stewart 129 pts
2. Australia: Kelland O’Brien – Cameron Meyer 87 pts
3. Italy: Michele Scarzinni – Francesca Lamon 57 pts

Heyjinn Lee  the best female keirin rider in Hong Kong and Cambridge

Female rider Heyjin Lee from Sout Korea won the women’s keirin in 11,055 sec from Laurine Genest of Canada and fellow Australian Stephanie Morton.

Poland’s Mateusz Rudyk won the men’s sprint with a 2-0 victory over Japan’s Tomohiro Fukaya in the gold medal match. Fukaya’s compatriot Yudai Nitta earned the bronze medal, 2-0 over home rider Nathan Hart.

The men’s scratch race was won by Ukraine’s Roman Gladysch from Roy Eefting of The Netherlands and Christos Volikakis of Greece.

Yumi Kajihara of Japan won the women’s omnium with 129 points, as Jennifer Valente of the United States took silver on 118 and the bronze went to Canada’s Alison B Beveridge on 111.

The UCI Track World Cup is now due to move on to Brisbane, where competition in the Australian city is due to take place from Friday to Saturday (December 13 to 15).


two Japanse sprinters in the top,  nine months before the Games!!

Dames keirin
1. Hyejin Lee (Kor)
2. Lauriane Genest (Can)
3. Stephanie Morton (Aus)
4 . Crismonita Dwi Putri (Ina)
5. Liubov Basova (Ukr)
6. Anastasia Voinova ( Rus)
13. Nicky Degrendele (Bel)

Dames omnium
1. Yumi Kajihara 129 pts
2. Jennifer Valente 118 pts
3. Allison Beveridge (Can) 111 pts

 

Heren sprint
1. Mateusz Rudyk (Pol)
2. Tomohiro Fukaya (Jan)
3. Yudai Nitta (Jap)
4 Nathan Hart (Aus)

Heren  scratch 15 km gemiddeld 52,258 km/uur
1. Roman Gladysh (Ukr)
2. Roy Eefting (Ned)
3. Christos VOlikakis (Gre)