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Results: Worlds Masters Track 2016 D1


Results: Worlds Masters Track 2016 D1

3rd October 2016: Five titles were decided on the first day of the UCI World Masters Track Cycling Championships at the Manchester Velodrome, the last time it will be held at the venue for a few years as it moves to a new track in 2017.

Proceedings were started with a World record attempt by Colin Lynch of Ireland who was looking to set a new worlds best for the Men's C2 Paracycling Hour Record. This he did riding a distance for the hour of 43.133 kilometres.

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) congratulates Colin Lynch for establishing the first ever officially sanctioned UCI Hour Record for Para-cycling, since its Regulations were extended to the discipline in 2016. The mark of 43.133 km was achieved today at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester, Great Britain.

The Irishman bettered by more than 2 km the World Best Performance set by France’s Laurent Thirionet in 1999, in the C2 category.

Colin Lynch, a 45-year-old specialist in endurance, is finishing the season on a high, after a successful year that included a silver medal in the road time trial at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

Since making his international debut in Para-cycling in 2010, Lynch has become an accomplished athlete with two world titles: in the road time trial in Roskilde (DEN) in 2011 and the 3km individual pursuit in Los Angeles (USA) in 2012.

Commenting on today’s performance which marks the start of a new era for the UCI Hour Record Colin Lynch said:

“That was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. It was near-perfect for the first 40 minutes but the last 20 minutes is where it really starts to hurt. With about 5 minutes to go I knew I was going to beat the record and was hanging on to make sure I set a strong new mark.

“It’s been an amazing year for me and this was the perfect way to cap it off. I hope the record will stand for a while now, but also hope this will start other para-cycling riders in all categories to test the record books.

I want to thank the UCI and my Federation (Cycling Ireland) for backing me in this attempt. I am now looking forward to some time off – and then coming back next year to try and win the World Championships Time Trial one more time!”

UCI President Brian Cookson added:

“Congratulations to Colin for putting in a great performance and establishing a record that will stand in history as the first ever Para-cycling UCI Hour Record. Colin had great success at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games and today’s achievement comes as icing on the cake. I’m sure he will be an inspiration for many other riders to take on this iconic record.”

The rest of the night was for rainbow jerseys except for the early rounds of the Men's Sprint (50 – 54). In the Men's 40-44 years 750 metre Time Trial, Latvia's Ainars Kiksis was head and shoulders above the rest as he set a new World Best of 47.928. Second was Mark Andersen of the USA with South Africa's Hylton Belitzky getting the bronze medal.

In the men's 35 – 39 years kilometre time trial, Scotland's Bruce Croall was quickest with a time of 1.04.001, over a second quicker than fellow Brit Scott Burns with Arnaud Duble of France in third. In the men's Team Sprint (65 Plus Years), Frenchman Marc Dangleterre, Jean Louis Duble, Gerard Louis Robert beat the USA's Mark Rodamaker, Reid Schwartz, Larry Wolff in the final for the Gold.

The night wasn't all sprinting though as the endurance riders got to pedal in anger for a medal and in the Men's 55 - 59 Scratch Race Grant Tyrrell of New Zealand made that bloody long journey well worth it as he beat Denmark's Peter Hartkopp and Larry Nolan of the USA in the race for the top step of the podium.

There was more success for the British riders in their home World Championships when Chris Davis beat fellow Brit Shaun Baker to the rainbow jersey in the 60 - 64 Scratch Race with Michael Birditt of the USA in third.

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GOLD MEDAL WINNERS
Ainars Kiksis (Latvia)
Bruce Croall (Britain)
Grant Tyrrell (New Zealand)
Chris Davis (Britain)
Marc Dangleterre, Jean Louis Duble, Gerard Louis Robert (France)

RESULTS
Male C2 Paracycling Hour Record Attempt
Colin Lynch, Ireland: Distance in 1 hour - 43.133 Km (New World Best)

Male Time Trial 40 - 44 Years (750m)
1 Ainars Kiksis LAT 47.928 New World Masters Best Time
2 Mark Andersen USA 50.962
3 Hylton Belitzky RSA 51.114
4 Karl Baumgart USA 51.141
5 Adam Welch GBR 51.282
6 Tom Boulton GBR 51.367
7 Christos Rantos GRE 51.522
8 Jeremy Pile GBR 51.896
9 Fernando G Garcia ARG 52.075
10 Kenneth Lo USA 52.233
11 Martin Ruepp SUI 52.535
12 Geoffroy Soulaine FRA 52.582
13 Sebastien Thery FRA 52.849
14 Jeromy Cottell USA 52.970
15 Tommi Nieminen FIN 53.024
16 Axel Boland NED 53.355
17 Jerome Gueret FRA 53.468
18 Jean-Claude Voegeli SUI 53.889
19 Edzard Boland NED 54.020
20 Marcos G Pettovello ARG 54.132
21 Johny Gasser SUI 54.827
22 Michal Guse CZE 55.592
23 Bertrand Lecoq FRA 55.664
24 James Roberts GBR 55.714

Male Time Trial 35 – 39 Years 1000m
1 Bruce Croall GBR 1.04.001
2 Scott Burns GBR 1.05.681
3 Arnaud Duble FRA 1.06.645
4 Gert Fouche RSA 1.07.095
5 Juhani Tammisto FIN 1.07.351
6 Vincent Kerfourn FRA 1.08.911
7 Bruno Tanjon FRA 1.10.022
8 Justin Seale RSA 1.10.546
9 Kevin Dunn GBR 1.10.600
10 Enrico Traini CAN 1.11.921
11 Michael Fitzgibbon GBR 1.13.528
12 Christopher Holt GBR 1.13.829
13 Marc O'Brien IRL 1.14.396
14 Jasper Van den Ende NED 1.15.462
15 Eric Huang AUS 1.15.529
16 Jonathan Powell GBR 1.18.056

Male Scratch Race 55 - 59 Years
1 Grant Tyrrell NZL
2 Peter A Hartkopp DEN
3 Larry Nolan USA
4 Ralph Carter GBR
5 Luc Nouwen BEL
6 Andrej Zavbi SLO
7 Joseph Paulson USA
8 Ricardo Pereyra ARG
9 Dominique Skrzypek FRA
10 Vladimir Zyryanov RUS
11 Salvador F Lombardo ARG
12 Neil Stainthorpe GBR
13 Vladimir Kuznetsov RUS
14 Benito Dazzan ARG
15 Ken Roesner GBR
16 Ian Donohue GBR
1767 Keir Apperley GBR
18 Vicente Florio J Zoric ARG
19 Christopher Tomlinson GBR
20 Russell Wieck NZL
21 Uwe Rübling GER
22 David Barnard GBR

Male Scratch Race 60 - 64
1 Chris Davis GBR
2 Shaun Baker GBR
3 Michael Birditt USA
4 Shannon Fox USA
5 Christian Muselet FRA
6 Robin Osborne GBR
7 Stephen Henker GER
8 Tom Daly IRL
9 Vincent Smith GBR
10 Terry Holmes GBR
11 Massimo Bonato ITA
12 James Rutherford GBR
13 Brian O'Kelly GBR
14 David Smith GBR
15 Russell Scott NZL
16 William Byatt USA
1 Lap
17 Mick James GBR

Male Team Sprint 65 Plus Years
1 French Roosters 53.884
Marc Dangleterre, Jean Louis Duble, Gerard Louis Robert

2 USA 65 Plus 55.884
Mark Rodamaker, Reid Schwartz, Larry Wolff

3 GB1 65Plus
Steve Davies, Geoffrey Cooke, David Rowe

4th Danish Masters
Steffen Munch Hansen, Bent Christiansen, Svend Christiansen

Qualification Heats
1. French Roosters 53.971
Marc, Dangleterre, Jean Louis Duble, Gerard Louis Robert

2 USA 65 Plus 56.890
Mark Rodamaker, Reid Schwartz, Larry Wolff

3. GB1 65Plus
Steve Davies, Geoffrey Cooke, David Rowe

Male Sprint 50 – 54 Years

200m Qualifying Time Trial (3 ½ Laps)
1st Philip Houlton GBR 11.018
2nd Victor Shapovalov RUS 11.292
3rd Brian Abers USA 11.416
4th Thomas Donohue USA 11.437
5th Christopher Pyatt GBR 11.451
6th Bruno Mery FRA 11.782
7th Pascal Chargros FRA 11.783
8th Krzysztof Kurzawinski CAN 11.823
9th Colin Mackenzie GBR 11.879
10th Luis Mario Vegetti ARG 11.916
11th Robert Francis USA 12.210
12th Ian Barton GBR 12.495
13th Mario Muller RSA 12.757
14th Markus Imhof GER 12.802
15th Michael Koehler GER 13.174
16th Christopher Welham GBR 14.257

Round 1

Heat 1
1st Philip Houlton GBR 12.035
2nd Luis Mario Vegetti ARG
DQ Christopher Welham GBR

Heat 2
1st Colin Mackenzie GBR 12.317
2nd Victor Shapovalov RUS
3rd Michael Koehler GER

Heat 3
1st Brian Abers USA 12.417
2nd Krzysztof Kurzawinski CAN
3rd Markus Imhof GER

Heat 4
1st Thomas Donohue USA 12.070
2nd Pascal Chargros FRA
3rd Mario Muller RSA

Heat 5
1st Bruno Mery FRA 12.065
2nd Christopher Pyatt GBR
3rd Ian Barton GBR
4th Robert Francis USA

Round 1 Repecharge

Heat 1
1st Ian Barton GBR 12.759
2nd Mario Muller RSA

Heat 2
1st Christopher Pyatt GBR 12.301
2nd Victor Shapovalov RUS
3rd Markus Imhof GER

Heat 3
1st Pascal Chargros FRA 12.582
2nd Krzysztof Kurzawinski CAN
3rd Robert Francis USA
4th Michael Koehler GER

Round 2

Heat 1
1st Philip Houlton GBR 12.224
2nd Pascal Chargros FRA

Heat 2
1st Christopher Pyatt GBR 12.041
2nd Colin Mackenzie GBR

Heat 3
1st Brian Abers USA 12.217
2nd Ian Barton GBR

Heat 4
1st Thomas Donohue USA 12.042
2nd Bruno Mery FRA

Minor Final
1 Pascal Chargros FRA 12.386
2 Colin Mackenzie GBR
3 Bruno Mery FRA
4 Ian Barton GBR

UCI World Masters Track Championships at Manchester’s National Cycling Centre on October 1 and each day until October 8.

Full information is at the championships web site www.cyclingmasters.com

Tickets are on sale on the web site and can be purchased in person from the velodrome Main Reception desk.

Content - Cycling Masters/VeloUK - Larry Hickmott


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