‘World Cup’ Manchester

De podia
Men
11.11. Sprint: 1. Harrie Lavreysen (Ned), 2. Mateusz Rudyk (Pol), 3. Matthew Glaetzer (Aus)
12.11. Keirin: 1. Matthijs Buchli (BCC), 2. Andrii Vynokurov (Ukr), 3. Juan Peralta (Esp)
11.11. Omnium: 1. Benjamin Thomas (Fra), 2. Niklas Larsen (Den), 3. Albert Torres (Esp)
10.11. Team sprint: 1. Germany (Ger), 2. Beat Cycling Club (BCC), 3. Netherlands (Ned)
10.-11.11. Team pursuit: 1. Great Britain (Gbr), 2. Denmark (Den), 3. France (Fra)
12.11. 1 km I.T.T.: 1. Matthew Glaetzer (Aus), 2. Eric Engler (TTB), 3. Callum Skinner (OPM)
10.11. Scratch: 1. Nikita Panassenko (Kaz), 2. Jonathan Mould (Wal), 3. Wim Stroetinga (Ned)
12.11. Madison: 1. Denmark (Den), 2. France (Fra), 3. Polen (Pol)

Jennifer Valente has won the most exciting race of this World Cup
 
Women
12.11. Sprint: 1. Kristina Vogel (Ger), 2. Laurine van Riessen (MPC), 3. Anastasiia Voynova (RUS)
11.11. Keirin: 1. Kristina Vogel (Ger), 2. Shanne Braspennincx (Ned), 3. Laurine van Riessen (MPC)
10.11. Omnium: 1. Jennifer Valente (USA), 2. Katie Archibald (Gbr), 3. Amalie Dideriksen (Den)
10.11. Team sprint: 1. Germany (Ger), 2. Russia (RUS), 3. Holy Brother Cycling Team (HBT)
11.-12.11. Team pursuit: 1. Great Britain (Gbr), 2. Italy (Ita), 3. Japan (JPN)
11.11. 500 meter I.T.T.: 1. Daria Shmeleva (RUS), 2. Miriam Welte (Ger), 3. Olena Starikova (Ukr)
10.11. Scratch: 1. Rachele Barbieri (Ita), 2. Qianyu Yang (HKG), 3. Jolien D’Hoore (Bel)
11.11. Madison: 1.Great Britain (Gbr) 2. Belgium (Bel), 3. Italy (Ita)
 

Congratulations to all medal winners, especially Dutchies and Belgians, this weekend

We thank you for visting our website for the second World Cup of this season and we thank Wim Hoste, a great fan from track cycling for his photos

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