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Results: Worlds Masters Track 2016 D4


Results: Worlds Masters Track 2016 D4

5th October 2016: Fourteen titles from eleven finals were awarded on day 4 of 2016 UCI World Masters Track Cycling Championships at the Manchester Velodrome on Tuesday (October 4)

After a lean day on Monday, the British riders hit back with seven of those fourteen titles with the USA grabbing two Gold and one each for Australia, Netherlands, Finland, France and Lativa.

In the men’s 35 – 39 Points Race, there was a strong victory for British rider Alistair Rutherford who along with Gert Fouche of South Africa, gained a total of four laps on the rest. Rutherford’s better points total though saw him take the new look rainbow jersey from Fouche with Damien Charlot of France in third.

There was more British Gold in the Men’s Scratch Race (45 – 49) where Elliot Davis won ahead of Argentina’s German Cassani with the USA’s Timothy Mulrooney in third. There were also a three Women’s bunch races where multiple titles were up for grabs.

In the Women’s 55 Plus Scratch Race, first across the line was Elizabeth Heller (USA) and she won the 55-59 title from Maria Isabel Leon Moncada of Mexico who was second in the race with Britain’s Christine Higgs getting the Bronze. In the 60 plus age group, the title went to Arja Scarsbrook of Finland with Jan Palchikoff (USA) taking home the Silver and the Bronze going to Ilna Lemmer of South Africa.

The Women’s 45 – 54 Scratch Race was won by Britain’s Janet Birkmyre who won the Gold medal in the 50 -54 age category. The silver went to Janni Bormann of Denmark and the Bronze, Deborah Coulls of Australia.

In the 45 -49 age group, the Gold was won by Britain’s Nicola Toms who had finished 5th in the race with Erin Criglington of New Zealand on the podium with Silver and Alison Lilley (GB) with Bronze.

The final bunch race, the Women’s 35 –44 Years Scratch Race, was won by Laurelea Moss of Australia from Britain’s Louise Haston and the Netherland’s Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen.

This race had two categories and in the first of these, Laurelea Moss (Aus) won the title in the 35-39 from Louise Haston with Erin Glover (USA) third. In the 40 -44 category, Gold went to Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen of the Netherlands with Silver for Melanie Sneddon (GB) and the Bronze going to Camie Kornely of the USA.

Match Sprint

Day 4 also saw the Match Sprint competition in two age categories completed and the winners crowned. In the men’s 35 – 39, Scotland’s Bruce Croall won the Gold from Arnaud Duble of France. The ride off for Bronze was won by Dario Zampieri of Italy ahead of Ethan Boyes of the USA.

In the Men’s 40 – 44 Match Sprint, the Gold went to Ainars Kiksis of Latvia who beat Yann Dujarrier of France for the Gold. The bronze medal ride off saw two riders from the USA battle it out with the winner being Kenneth Lo who won with two straight rides over Mark Andersen.

Time Trials & Pursuiting

The rest of the racing was against the watch and in the Men’s Time Trial for 75 Plus, Peter Smith of Britain was fastest, half a second up on Earl Henry of Trinidad with Roland Crayford GB) not far behind.

In the Men’s Time Trial for 70 – 74, Geoff ‘Cookie’ Cooke got his Gold for Britain with a 39.052 ahead of his sparring partner David Rowe (GB) with Italian Graziano Pantosti third. Marc Dangleterre of France was faster still with a 37.251 in the Men’s 65 – 69 time trial ahead of his countryman Gerard Louis Robert and Angelo Onofri of Italy.

The final result to report on was the only Pursuiting of the day which took place in the Men’s 50 –54 where Daniel Casper of the USA won the Gold medal from Frenchman Pascal Montier with Russian Yury Demanov beating Mark Wiffen of Britain for the bronze.

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GOLD MEDAL WINNERS
Marc Dangleterre FRA
Ainars Kiksis LAT
Bruce Croall GBR
Geoffrey Cooke GBR
Laurelea Moss AUS
Janet Birkmyre GBR
Peter Smith GBR
Daniel Casper USA
Elizabeth Heller USA
Nicola Toms GBR
Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen NED
Elliot Davis GBR
Alistair Rutherford GBR
Arja Scarsbrook FIN

RESULTS

Male 35 – 39 Points Race
1 Alistair Rutherford GBR
2 Gert Fouche RSA

@ 1 lap
3 Damien Charlot FRA

@ 2 laps
4 Martin Lonie GBR
5 Julien Muselet FRA
6 Zinedine Tahir FRA

@ 3 laps
7 Krzysztof Wolski POL
8 David Mitchinson GBR

@ 4 laps
9 Enrico Traini CAN
10 Sebastien Dupin FRA
11 Karl Freeman GBR
12 Justin Seale RSA
13 Marc O'Brien IRL

Male Scratch Race 45 – 49
1 Elliot Davis GBR
2 German Cassani ARG
3 Timothy Mulrooney USA
4 Daniel R Del Barco ARG
5 Bruno Redondo FRA

@ 1 Lap
6 Jesper F Offersgaard DEN
7 John Blackwell IRL
8 Giuseppe Ravasio ITA
9 Gerry Bowditch GBR
10 Lexan Suess GER
11 Axel Goers GER
12 Ross Crook GBR
13 Pavel Alekseev RUS
14 John White GBR
15 Nima Ebrahimnejad USA
16 Matthew Glanville AUS
17 Kenny Williams USA
18 Roberto Salvadeo ITA
19 John Russell GBR
20 Jean Philippe Meret FRA
21 Nicholas Smith GBR
22 Jeremy Turner NZL
23 Tony Letellier FRA

Female 55 Plus Scratch Race
1 Elizabeth Heller* USA
2 Maria Isabel Leon Moncada* MEX
3 Christine Higgs* GBR
4 Lillian Pfluke* USA
5 Barbara Wiles* GBR
6 Meg Mautner* USA
7 Susan Meinerz* USA
8 Arja Scarsbrook*** FIN
9 Jan Palchikoff*** USA
10 Ilna Lemmer** RSA
Time: 7.25
* 55 - 59 Years
** 60 - 64 Years
*** 65 - 69 Years

Podium
55 -59 Years
Gold Elizabeth Heller* USA
Silver Maria Isabel Leon Moncada* MEX
Bronze Christine Higgs* GBR

60 Plus Years
Gold Arja Scarsbrook*** FIN
Silver Jan Palchikoff*** USA
Bronze Ilna Lemmer** RSA

Male Time Trial 75 Plus 500m
1 Peter Smith GBR 41.534
2 Earl Henry TRI 42.020
3 Roland Crayford GBR 42.330
4 Walter Fowler* GBR 43.014
5 Michael Garvey GBR 43.217
6 John Mason GBR 43.270
7 Brian Dacey GBR 45.274
8 Laurence Rissbrook* GBR 47.585
9 Petr Vatlach CZE 47.914
10 Neil Orrell GBR 49.496
11 Gordon Johnston GBR 49.993
12 Victor Possee GBR 52.719
* 80 - 84 Years

Female 45 – 54 Scratch Race Final
1 Janet Birkmyre** GBR
2 Janni Bormann** DEN
3 Deborah Coulls** AUS
4 Orla Hendron** IRL
5 Nicola Toms* GBR
6 Erin Criglington* NZL
7 Alison Lilley* GBR
8 Laurel Green* USA
9 Julie Cooper* GBR
10 Lindsay Clarke** GBR
11 Monica Nevitt* USA
12 Amanda Akom** RSA
13 Alejandra Roca Satorres** ESP
14 Makiko Hamada** JPN
15 Edvige Pettinato** ITA
16 Berndine Minnaar** RSA
17 Janette Hazlett* GBR
18 Gillian Anderson* GBR
19 Carole Dick* GBR
20 Claire Lee* GBR
* 45 - 49 Years
** 50 - 54 Years

Podium

45 -49 Years
Gold Nicola Toms* GBR
Silver Erin Criglington* NZL
Bronze Alison Lilley* GBR

50 -54 Years
Gold Janet Birkmyre** GBR
Silver Janni Bormann** DEN
Bronze Deborah Coulls** AUS

Female 35 –44 Years Scratch Race
1 Laurelea Moss* AUS
2 Louise Haston* GBR
3 Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen** NED
4 Erin Glover* USA
5 Linsey Hamilton* USA
6 Melanie Sneddon** GBR
7 Camie Kornely** USA
8 Suzannah Doyle** GBR
9 Niki Kovacs* GBR
10 Ilze Bole* RSA
11 Vlada Dekina** CAN
12 Elodie Fourcade** FRA
13 Cheryl Fuller Muller** USA
14 Claire Whitworth** GBR
15 Peggy Series** FRA
16 Helen Wyld* GBR
17 Yvette Waterfall* GBR
18 Charlotte Roberge* CAN
19 Roisin Kennedy* IRL
* 35 - 39 Years
** 40 - 44 Years

Podium

35 - 39 Years
Gold Laurelea Moss* AUS
Silver Louise Haston* GBR
Bronze Erin Glover* USA

40 -44 Years
Gold Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen** NED
Silver Melanie Sneddon** GBR
Bronze Camie Kornely** USA

Male Time Trial 70 – 74 500m
1 Geoffrey Cooke GBR 39.052
2 David Rowe GBR 39.906
3 Graziano Pantosti ITA 40.523
4 Steffen Munch Hansen DEN 40.795
5 Peter Herbert GBR 41.099
6 Michel Briat FRA 41.259
7 Geoff Wiles GBR 41.484
8 Sandy Wallace GBR 42.030
9 David Rutherford GBR 43.124
10 Heinz Bandener GER 43.229
11 Marcel Le Quere FRA 43.643
12 Jorge Raul Bessone ARG 43.778
13 George Grant GBR 47.405
14 John Moss RSA 47.994
15 David Urquhart GBR 51.970

Male Time Trial 65 – 69 Years (500m)
1 Marc Dangleterre FRA 37.251
2 Gerard Louis Robert FRA 37.406
3 Angelo Onofri ITA 37.979
4 Jean Louis Duble FRA 38.116
5 Peter Humphries GBR 38.592
6 Reid Schwartz USA 38.597
7 Colin Claxton NZL 39.054
8 Mark Rodamaker USA 39.095
9 Paul Davies GBR 39.680
10 Patrick Whelan USA 40.927
11 Alan Forrester GBR 41.285
12 Dennis Knabe GBR 41.743
13 Chris Streather GBR 42.651
14 Antonin Mlatek CZE 44.669
15 Brian Jones GBR 49.011
16 Douglas Conroy GBR 52.562

Male Sprint 35 – 39

Finals
For 3rd & 4th Place
3 Dario Zampieri ITA 11.469
4 Ethan Boyes USA

For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Bruce Croall GBR 11.474 11.099
2 Arnaud Duble FRA

Semi Finals

S/F A
2 Dario Zampieri ITA 11.593
1 Arnaud Duble FRA 11.777 11.505

S/F B
1 Bruce Croall GBR 11.067 11.483
2 Ethan Boyes USA

Male Sprint 40 – 44

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 Kenneth Lo USA 11.777 11.84
4 Mark Andersen USA

For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Ainars Kiksis LAT 11.186 12.08
2 Yann Dujarrier FRA

Male Pursuit 50 –54

Finals Result

For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Daniel Casper USA 2.20.184
2 Pascal Montier FRA 2.20.524

For 3rd & 4th Place
1 Yury Demanov RUS 2.22.339
2 Mark Wiffen GBR 2.22.672

Qualification
1 Pascal Montier FRA 2.18.720
2 Daniel Casper USA 2.19.736
3 Yury Demanov RUS 2.21.807
4 Mark Wiffen GBR 2.22.092

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5 Roberto Dardi ITA 2.22.118
6 Andy Bond GBR 2.22.277
7 Stephen McNally IRL 2.23.489
8 David Klipper USA 2.23.728
9 Luciano Pasquini ITA 2.24.043
10 Peter Ettles GBR 2.24.396
11 Timothy Lawson GBR 2.24.568
12 Stephen Davidson GBR 2.25.125
13 Ian Greenstreet GBR 2.25.306
14 Dean Peterson USA 2.25.428
15 Luis Mario Vegetti ARG 2.26.917
16 John Madden IRL 2.26.983
17 Stephen Clayton GBR2.27.573
18 Peter Toth CAN 2.30.413
19th Edward MacInnes GBR 2.30.520
20 Krzysztof Kurzawinski CAN 2.30.599
21 Simon Best GBR 2.31.229
22 Eric Bonneau FRA 2.31.453
23 Michael Dega USA 2.34.409
24 Michel Barreau FRA 2.35.337
25 Enrico Grimani ITA 2.35.783
26 Andrew Nevitt USA 2.36.130
27 Ian Barton GBR 2.36.618
28 Markus Imhof GER 2.37.950
29 Rob Cotton GBR 2.39.002
30 Richard Davidson GBR 2.45.071
31 Roy Plant GBR 2.45.794
32 Phran Ryder GBR 2.47.679
33 Avtandil Mikuchadze GEO 2.49.386

Male Sprint 60 – 64

Qualifying
1 Steve Cronshaw GBR 11.541
2 Aron Seiken USA 11.838
3 Russell Scott NZL 11.905
4 David Willmott AUS 11.913
5 William Byatt USA 12.225
6 Robert Pelegrin USA 12.327
7 Paul Sydenham GBR 12.509
8 Ray Gildea USA 12.677
9 Christian Muselet FRA 12.745
10 Giuseppe Bortoliero ITA 13.034
11 Mick James GBR 13.875
12 Phillip Innes AUS 14.843
13 Jim Robertson GBR 17.087

Round 1

Heat 1
1 Steve Cronshaw GBR 15.603
2 Jim Robertson GBR

Heat 2
1 Aron Seiken USA R/O
Phillip Innes AUS DNS

Heat 3
1 Russell Scott NZL 13.244
2 Mick James GBR

Heat 4
1 David Willmott AUS 13.369
2 Giuseppe Bortoliero ITA

Heat 5
1 William Byatt USA 12.718
2 Christian Muselet FRA

Heat 6
1 Robert Pelegrin USA 13.010
2 Ray Gildea USA
3 Paul Sydenham GBR

Round 1 Repecharge

Heat 1
1 Ray Gildea USA 13.196
2 Giuseppe Bortoliero ITA
3 Jim Robertson GBR

Heat 2
1 Paul Sydenham GBR 12.834
2 Christian Muselet FRA
3 Mick James GBR

Round 2

Heat 1
1 Steve Cronshaw GBR 12.413
2 Paul Sydenham GBR

Heat 2
1 Aron Seiken USA 13.007
2 Ray Gildea USA

Heat 3
1 Russell Scott NZL 12.687
2 Robert Pelegrin USA

Heat 4
1 David Willmott AUS 12.450
2 William Byatt USA

Minor Final for 5th to 8th
1 Robert Pelegrin USA 12.831
2 Ray Gildea USA
3 William Byatt USA
4 Paul Sydenham GBR

Male Sprint 55 –59

Qualifying
1 Gary Mandy AUS 11.086
2 Geoff Stoker AUS 11.203
3 Ferruccio Veschetti ITA 11.343
4 Jay Wolkoff USA 11.554
5 Benito Dazzan ARG 11.793
6 Ivor Reid GBR 11.876
7 Guy Mansio FRA 11.912
8 Phil McWilliam GBR 12.053
9 Carlos Daniel Zicavo ARG 12.135
10 Brian Fudge GBR 12.202
11 Keith Williams GBR 12.258
12 Philippe Vernet FRA 12.337
13 Simon Schmidt GBR 12.481
14 Eddy Sobieralski GBR 12.558
15 Dominique Sioul FRA 12.608
16 Andrej Zavbi SLO 13.064
17 Sandor Szilagyi HUN 13.086
18 Graeme Waters GBR 13.249
19 Nick Higgins GBR 14.079

Round 1 Repecharge

Heat 1
1 Dominique Sioul FRA 12.955
2 Andrej Zavbi SLO
3 Philippe Vernet FRA

Heat 2
1 Keith Williams GBR 12.742
2 Eddy Sobieralski GBR

Heat 3
1 Benito Dazzan ARG 13.141
2 Brian Fudge GBR
3 Graeme Waters GBR

Heat 4
1 Carlos Daniel Zicavo ARG 12.927
2 Simon Schmidt GBR
3 Nick Higgins GBR

Round 2

Heat 1
1 Gary Mandy AUS 12.055
2 Ivor Reid GBR
3 Carlos Daniel Zicavo ARG

Heat 2
1 Geoff Stoker AUS 13.035
2 Benito Dazzan ARG
3 Phil McWilliam GBR

Heat 3
1 Ferruccio Veschetti ITA 12.033
2 Keith Williams GBR
3 Jay Wolkoff USA
4 Dominique Sioul FRA

Round 2 Repechage

Heat 1
1 Phil McWilliam GBR 12.242
2 Ivor Reid GBR
3 Jay Wolkoff USA

Heat 2
1 Benito Dazzan ARG 12.107
2 Keith Williams GBR
3 Carlos Daniel Zicavo ARG
4 Dominique Sioul FRA

Round 2 Repecharge Final
1 Phil McWilliam GBR 12.924
2 Benito Dazzan ARG

Minor Final for 6th to 10th Place
1 Carlos Daniel Zicavo ARG
2 Dominique Sioul FRA
3 Ivor Reid GBR
4 Jay Wolkoff USA

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.

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