2010 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Women's keirin

The Women's Keirin is one of the 9 women's events at the 2010 UCI Track Cycling World Championships, held in Ballerup, Denmark on 28 March 2010.

21 Cyclists from 15 countries participated in the contest. After the 3 qualifying heats, the fastest 2 riders in each heat advance to the second round. The remaining ones face a first round repechage

The riders that did not advance to the second round race in 3 repechage heats. The first 2 riders in each heat advance to the second round along with the 6 that qualified before.

The first 3 riders from each of the 2 Second Round heats advance to the Final and the remaining will race a consolation 7-12 final.

ResultsEdit

First roundEdit

Rank Heat Name Nation Notes
1 1 Emily Rosemond   Australia Q
2 1 Guo Shuang   China Q
3 1 Jessica Varnish   Great Britain
4 1 Lisandra Guerra   Cuba
5 1 Miriam Welte   Germany
6 1 Lyubov Shulika   Ukraine
1 Elisa Frisoni   Italy DNF
1 2 Victoria Pendleton   Great Britain Q
2 2 Clara Sanchez   France Q
3 2 Kaarle McCulloch   Australia
4 2 Christin Muche   Germany
5 2 Monique Sullivan   Canada
6 2 Yvonne Hijgenaar   Netherlands
7 2 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong
1 3 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania Q
2 3 Anna Meares   Australia Q
3 3 Renata Dąbrowska   Poland
4 3 Willy Kanis   Netherlands
5 3 Sandie Clair   France
6 3 Olga Panarina   Belarus
7 3 Victoria Baranova   Russia

First round repechageEdit

Rank Heat Name Nation Notes
1 1 Willy Kanis   Netherlands Q
2 1 Monique Sullivan   Canada Q
3 1 Jessica Varnish   Great Britain
4 1 Lyubov Shulika   Ukraine
5 1 Victoria Baranova   Russia
1 2 Christin Muche   Germany Q
2 2 Kaarle McCulloch   Australia Q
3 2 Sandie Clair   France
4 2 Yvonne Hijgenaar   Netherlands
5 2 Elisa Frisoni   Italy
1 3 Olga Panarina   Belarus Q
2 3 Miriam Welte   Germany Q
3 3 Renata Dąbrowska   Poland
4 3 Lisandra Guerra   Cuba
5 3 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong

Second roundEdit

Rank Heat Name Nation Notes
1 1 Clara Sanchez   France Q
2 1 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania Q
3 1 Olga Panarina   Belarus Q
4 1 Emily Rosemond   Australia
5 1 Monique Sullivan   Canada
6 1 Christin Muche   Germany
1 2 Victoria Pendleton   Great Britain Q
2 2 Kaarle McCulloch   Australia Q
3 2 Miriam Welte   Germany Q
4 2 Guo Shuang   China
5 2 Willy Kanis   Netherlands
6 2 Anna Meares   Australia

Final 7-12 placesEdit

Rank Name Nation Notes
7 Anna Meares   Australia
8 Guo Shuang   China
9 Monique Sullivan   Canada
10 Christin Muche   Germany
Emily Rosemond   Australia REL
Willy Kanis   Netherlands REL

FinalEdit

Rank Name Nation Notes
  Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania
  Victoria Pendleton   Great Britain
  Olga Panarina   Belarus
4 Kaarle McCulloch   Australia
5 Miriam Welte   Germany
6 Clara Sanchez   France

ReferencesEdit