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Results: Worlds Masters Track 2016 D5


Results: Worlds Masters Track 2016 D5

6th October 2016: Thirteen titles were decided on day 5 and the home nation and the USA both had a very good day with the USA topping the table on the day with five Gold to the four from the British riders. There was one each on the day for Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands.

The fifth day of competition saw the Women’s Time Trials take place and in the 60 plus category, there was a new Worlds Masters Best set when Jan Palchikoff of the USA broke the previous record with her time of 41.9 for the 500 metres. Second was Aussie Janine McKinnon whilst the bronze went to Arja Scarsbrook of Finland.

The title in the 55-59 age category went to Japan's Emi Wachi who was the only rider in the category to go under 40 seconds. Second fastest for the two laps of the track was Lorraine Jarvis of the USA whilst another rider from USA, was third, Elizabeth Heller. In the 50–54 age category, there was yet another Gold medal for a prolific winner at the masters, Janet Birkmyre (GB) who beat Janni Bormann of Denmark to the top spot whilst Sally McKenna of Australia made it a truly international podium.

In the 45 – 49 age category, there was another Gold for Britain with Julie Cooper winning the title ahead of Erin Criglington of New Zealand and Nicola Toms of Britain. The 35 – 39 saw more Gold for the British riders with Madeline Moore setting yet another Masters Worlds Best record on her way to the title. The Silver went to another Brit, Louise Haston with Finland’s Jaana Hyvarinen in third

The Netherlands provided the winner of the 40 – 44 age category as Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen saw off the Aussie challenge with Gigi Van der Poll and Catherine Hooton in second and third respectively.

Bunch races also figured in the racing on day 5 and in the Men's Scratch Race (50 – 54), Daniel Casper of the USA sprinted to Gold ahead of Roberto Dardi (Italy) and Adrian Ward (GB). The Points race for 60 – 64 Men was won meanwhile by John Manning of Britain ahead of fellow Brits, James Rutherford and Chris Davis, making it a clean sweep for the home nation. The Men's 55 – 59 Points Race was won by Larry Nolan of the USA with silver going to Peter Andreas Hartkopp of Denmark and the bronze Vicente Florio J Zoric of Argentina.

The day also saw the completion of two Match Sprint competitions which had started the day before. In the Men's Sprint 55 – 59, it was an all Australian final, and one hell of a battle as well as Gary Mandy beat Geoff Stoker two rides to one to clinch another title. Ferruccio Veschetti of Italy beat Phil McWilliam of Britain for the Bronze.

The Men's Sprint 60 – 64 was won by a New Zealander, Russell Scott who beat Australian David Willmott in two straight rides whilst Steve Cronshaw of Britain did the same to win the Bronze against Aron Seiken.

In the Men's Pursuit 65 – 69 , Steven Worley of the USA added that title to his palmeres beating Colin Claxton of New Zealand whilst the bronze was an easy win for Steve Davies (GB) as his French opponent didn’t contest it.

Finally, in the Men's Team Sprint for riders aged 35 – 44, the USA (Ethan Boyes, Mark Andersen, Kenneth Lo) were a smidgen, if that, faster than the British trio (Bruce Croall, Robin Thompson, Lee Povey) to win that title with France (Arnaud Duble, Yann Dujarrier, Geoffroy Soulaine) beating Poland (Lukasz Bolonek, Adam Marciniak, Krzysztof Wolski) to the bronze medal.

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GOLD MEDAL WINNERS
Madeline Moore GBR
Julie Cooper GBR
Janet Birkmyre GBR
John Manning GBR
Larry Nolan USA
USA (Ethan Boyes, Mark Andersen, Kenneth Lo)
Jan Palchikoff USA
Steven Worley USA
Daniel Casper USA
Russell Scott NZL
Gary Mandy AUS
Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen NED
Emi Wachi JPN

RESULTS

Women's Time Trial 55 – 59
1 Emi Wachi JPN 39.893
2 Lorraine Jarvis USA 40.949
3 Elizabeth Heller USA 41.272
4 Lillian Pfluke USA 44.148
5 Maria Isabel Leon Moncada MEX 44.538
6 Karen Brooks GBR 45.605
7 Barbara Wiles GBR 46.055
8 Susan Meinerz USA 47.155
9 Diane Sudduth USA 48.612

Men's 55 – 59 Points Race
1 Larry Nolan USA
2 Peter Andreas Hartkopp DEN
3 Vicente Florio J Zoric ARG
4 Grant Tyrrell NZL
5 Ricardo Pereyra ARG
6 Salvador Francisco Lombardo ARG
7 Benito Dazzan ARG
8 Andrej Zavbi SLO
9 Luc Nouwen BEL
10 Mike Hines USA
11 Dominique Skrzypek RA
12 Uwe Rübling GER
13 Ian Donohue GBR
14 Christopher Tomlinson GBR
15 Vladimir Zyryanov RUS
16 Sylvan Adams ISR
17 Morten Ryan Hansen DEN
18 David Whitehall GBR
19 Nigel Stephens GBR
20 Dave Maminski USA

Women's Time Trial 60 Plus
1 Jan Palchikoff** USA 41.901 New World Masters Best Time (65 - 69)
2 Janine McKinnon* AUS 42.790
3 Arja Scarsbrook** FIN 43.551
4 Kathleen McCormac* GBR 43.806
5 Gwynneth Rixon* GBR 45.681
6 Ilna Lemmer* RSA 46.825
7 Penelope Kingsland* GBR 49.592

Women's Time Trial 50 – 54
1 Janet Birkmyre GBR 37.482
2 Janni Bormann DEN 38.286
3 Sally McKenna AUS 38.374
4 Debbie Capewell GBR 38.520
5 Suzanne Duncan-Gilbert GBR 39.338
6 Anna Whitten AUS 40.718
7 Orla Hendron IRL 41.005
8 Deborah Coulls AUS 41.562
9 Amanda Chambers GBR 41.980
10 Makiko Hamada JPN 42.264
11 Alejandra Rocca Satorres ESP 43.016
12 Amanda Akom RSA 43.539
13 Karen Helsby GBR 44.063
14 Audrey Price GBR 44.353
15 Berndine Minnaar RSA 45.310
16 Edvige Pettinato ITA 45.468
17 Tracey Jeffery GBR 46.954

Women's Time Trial 45 – 49
1 Julie Cooper GBR 38.158
2 Erin Criglington NZL 38.514
3 Nicola Toms GBR 40.679
4 Juliet Sprake GBR 40.687
5 Julie Scales GBR 42.654
6 Monica Nevitt USA 42.757
7 Jeanette Baxter GBR 43.413
8 Sharee Faulkner AUS 43.677
9 Claire Lee GBR 44.346
10 Janette Hazlett GBR 44.367
11 Carole Dick GBR 44.887

Women's Time Trial 35 – 39
1 Madeline Moore GBR 36.535 New World Masters Best Time
2 Louise Haston GBR 37.231
3 Jaana Hyvarinen FIN 37.524
4 Erin Glover USA 38.254
5 Laurelea Moss AUS 38.502
6 Victoria Hood GBR 39.182
7 Linsey Hamilton USA 39.318
8 Lucy Moore GBR 40.224
9 Charlotte Lison GBR 40.842
10 Charlotte Roberge CAN 42.952
11 Jenifer Dorsey USA 43.734

Women's Time Trial 40 – 44
1 Carolien Van Herrikhuyzen NED 37.979
2 Gigi Van der Poll AUS 38.452
3 Catherine Hooton AUS 39.487
4 Cheryl Fuller Muller USA 39.593
5 Camie Kornely USA 40.528
6 Suzannah Doyle GBR 40.882
7 Melanie Dobbins GBR 41.094
8 Elodie Fourcade FRA 41.291
9 Vlada Dekina CAN 42.018
10 Claire Whitworth GBR 42.428
11 Mary Lorigan GBR 42.648
12 Melinda Symon AUS 42.800

Men's Scratch Race 50 – 54
1 Daniel Casper USA
2 Roberto Dardi ITA
3 Adrian Ward GBR
4 Paul Whatmough GBR
5 Thomas Kapuste GER
6 Peter Ettles GBR
7 Marco Bergoni ITA
8 David Klipper USA
9 Ian Greenstreet GBR
10 Peter Toth CAN
11 Geoffrey Baxter AUS
12 Mark Wiffen GBR
13 Luis Mario Vegetti ARG
14 Peter Selkrig AUS
15 Tony Orrell GBR
16 Andrew Nevitt USA
17 Martin Perrett GBR
18 Kenny Gray GBR
19 Robert Kennison GBR
20 Colin Parkinson GBR
21 Liam Curran IRL
22 Luca Salvadeo ITA
23 Simon Best GBR
24 Gian Carlo Tesini ITA

Men's Pursuit 65 – 69

For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Steven Worley USA 2.30.039
2 Colin Claxton NZL 2.33.834

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 Steve Davies GBR R/O
Gerard Louis Robert FRA DQ

Qualification
1 Steven Worley USA 2.30.517
2 Colin Claxton NZL 2.31.108
3 Gerard Louis Robert FRA 2.32.122
4 Steve Davies GBR 2.32.682
5 Larry Wolff USA 2.34.906
6 Barry Messmer USA 2.36.499
7 Patrick Gellineau USA 2.36.673
8 Graham Truelove GBR 2.37.445
9 Alan Forrester GBR 2.38.010
10 Paul Mack USA 2.42.318
11 Paul Davies GBR 2.43.023
12 Svend Christensen DEN 2.44.795
13 Alistair Cameron GBR 2.48.844
14 Robbie Duncan GBR 2.48.887
15 Dennis Knabe GBR 2.48.991
16 Antonin Mlatek CZE 3.03.539
17 Brian Jones GBR 3.10.355

Men's Points Race 60 – 64
1 John Manning GBR
2 James Rutherford GBR
3 Chris Davis GBR
4 Shaun Baker GBR
5 Michael Birditt USA
6 Robin Osborne GBR
7 Ian Humphreys GBR
8 Mark Sommers USA
9 Shannon Fox USA
10 Stephen Henker GER
11 Brian O'Kelly GBR
12 Vincent Smith GBR
13 Nikolai Granovski RUS
14 Christian Muselet FRA

Men's Team Sprint 35 – 44

Finals

1 USA 35/44 48.666
Ethan Boyes, Mark Andersen, Kenneth Lo

2. Gbr Robin Bruce Lee 48.695
Bruce Croall, Robin Thompson, Lee Povey

3. France M2 49.416
Arnaud Duble, Yann Dujarrier, Geoffroy Soulaine

4 Poland 50.316
Lukasz Bolonek, Adam Marciniak, Krzysztof Wolski

Qualification
1. GBR (Robin Bruce Lee) 48.983
2. USA 35/44 48.984
3. France M2 49.573
4. Poland 50.077
5. France M2 50.491
6. GBR Northwest Rejects 51.931
7. GBR 3 Muckers 51.967
8. South Africa 52.574

Men's Sprint 55 – 59

For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Gary Mandy AUS 11.965 12.035
2 Geoff Stoker AUS 11.631

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 Ferruccio Veschetti ITA 11.877 12.055
4 Phil McWilliam GBR

Semi Final A
1 Gary Mandy AUS 12.073 12.481
2 Phil McWilliam GBR

Semi Final B
1 Geoff Stoker AUS 11.99 12.128
2 Ferruccio Veschetti ITA

Men's Sprint 60 – 64

For 1st & 2nd Place
1 Russell Scott NZL 12.207 12.430
2 David Willmott AUS

For 3rd & 4th Place
3 Steve Cronshaw GBR 12.309 12.393
4 Aron Seiken USA

Semi Final A
1 David Willmott AUS 12.142 12.581
2 Steve Cronshaw GBR

Semi Final B
1 Russell Scott NZL 12.293 12.229
2 Aron Seiken USA

Men's Sprint 45 – 49

Round 2 Repecharge Final
1 Michael Smith AUS 11.890
2 Gavin White AUS

Round 2 reps

Heat 1
1 Gavin White AUS 12.026
2 John Eder AUS
3 Jeremy Turner NZL

Heat 2
1 Michael Smith AUS 11.550
2 Bruno Caporossi FRA
3 James Lawrence USA
4 Marek Skórski POL

Round 2

Heat 1
1 Joseph Santaniello USA 12.763
2 John Eder AUS
3 Marek Skórski POL

Heat 2
1 Daniel Rickard AUS 11.430
2 James Lawrence USA
3 Gavin White AUS

Heat 3
1 Harri Rajaniemi FIN 12.074
2 Michael Smith AUS
3 Jeremy Turner NZL
4 Bruno Caporossi FRA

Round 1 Reps

Heat 1
1 Bruno Caporossi FRA 12.175
2 John Turner GBR
3 Tony Brooks GBR

Heat 2
1 Jeremy Turner NZL 12.453
2 Paul Gittins GBR
3 Alan Chorley GBR

Heat 3
1 James Lawrence USA 11.796
2 David Ellis GBR
3 Lexan Suess GER

Heat 4
1 Marek Skórski POL 12.266
2 Damon Hague GBR
3 Matthew Ferguson RSA

Round 1

Heat 1
1 John Eder AUS 11.730
2 Bruno Caporossi FRA
3 Matthew Ferguson RSA

Heat 2
1 Daniel Rickard AUS 12.059
2 Jeremy Turner NZL
3 Lexan Suess GER

Heat 3
1 Harri Rajaniemi FIN 12.075
2 David Ellis GBR
3 Paul Gittins GBR

Heat 4
1 Michael Smith AUS 11.424
2 Marek Skórski POL
3 John Turner GBR

Heat 5
1 Gavin White AUS 11.841
2 James Lawrence USA
3 Tony Brooks GBR

Heat 6
1 Joseph Santaniello USA 12.132
2 Damon Hague GBR
3 Alan Chorley GBR

Qualifying
1 John Eder AUS 10.837
2 Daniel Rickard AUS 10.937
3 Harri Rajaniemi FIN 10.957
4 Michael Smith AUS 11.030
5 James Lawrence USA 11.158
6 Joseph Santaniello USA 11.344
7 Damon Hague GBR 11.396
8 Gavin White AUS 11.482
9 Marek Skórski POL 11.516
10 David Ellis GBR 11.930
11 Jeremy Turner NZL 12.014
12 Bruno Caporossi FRA 12.167
13 Alan Chorley GBR 12.262
14 Tony Brooks GBR 12.622
15 John Turner GBR 12.628
16 Paul Gittins GBR 12.984
17 Lexan Suess GER 13.060
18 Matthew Ferguson RSA 13.584

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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