2012–13 UCI Track Cycling World Cup

The 2012–2013 UCI Track Cycling World Cup (also known as the 2012–2013 UCI Track Cycling World Cup, presented by Samsung for sponsorship reasons.[1]) is a multi race tournament over a track cycling. It was the twenty-first series of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup organised by the Union Cycliste Internationale. The series ran from 11 October 2012 to 19 January 2013 and consisted of three rounds in Cali, Glasgow and Aguascalientes.

2012–2013 UCI Track Cycling World Cup
Twenty-first edition of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup
Details
Dates11 October 2012 – 19 January 2013
LocationColombia, United Kingdom and Mexico
Races3

SeriesEdit

 
Sir Chris Hoy at the Velodrome that bears his name, Glasgow

The 2012–2013 UCI Track Cycling World Cup consisted of three rounds, in Cali (Colombia), Glasgow (United Kingdom) and Aguascalientes (Mexico).

Cali, ColombiaEdit

The first round of the World Cup was hosted in Cali, the third most populated city in Colombia. Cali has hosted the World Cup on twelve occasions.[2] This round was hosted between 11–13 October 2012 at the Unidad Deportiva Alberto Galindo Velodrome.

Glasgow, United KingdomEdit

The second round of the World Cup was hosted in Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland.[3] This round was hosted between 16–18 November 2012 at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.

The World Cup was the first major competition to be held at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, which was built for the 2014 Commonwealth Games and officially opened on 5 October 2012.[4] Tickets for the event sold out in under an hour when released to the general public; this followed a pre-sale for British Cycling members which sold out in 24 hours.[5]

Aguascalientes, MexicoEdit

The third round of the World Cup was hosted in Aguascalientes.[6] This round was hosted between 17–19 January 2013 at the Aguascalientes Bicentenary Velodrome.

Overall team standingsEdit

Overall team standings are calculated based on total number of points gained by the team's riders in each event. The top ten teams after the third and final round are listed below:[7]

 
The German team (pictured in Glasgow) won the overall team standings.
Rank Team Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total Points
1   Germany 47 109 22 178
2   Great Britain 54 102 156
3   France 27 48 65 140
4   Australia 24 34 62 120
5   Russia 37 30 37 104
6   Spain 40 56 8 104
7   Colombia 87 10 97
8   Italy 49 4 30 83
9   Japan 45 19 15 79
10   Poland 27 20 24 71

ResultsEdit

MenEdit

Event Winner Second Third
  Colombia, Cali – 11–13 October 2012
Sprint[8]

details (PDF)

  Philipp Thiele (GER)    Fabián Puerta (COL)   Eric Engler (GER)
Kilo[9]

details (PDF)

  Fabián Puerta (COL) 
1:00.982
  Kian Emadi (GBR)
1:01.368
  Quentin Lafargue (FRA)
1:01.386
Team Pursuit[10]

details (PDF)

  Colombia
Weimar Roldán 
Arles Castro 
Juan Esteban Arango 
Edwin Ávila 
4:05.456
  Russia
Sergey Shilov
Maksim Kozyrev
Pavel Karpenkov
Dmitriy Sokolov
4:07.977
   Switzerland
Cyrille Thiery
Frank Pasche
Kilian Moser
Loïc Perizzolo
4:08.821
Team Sprint[11]

details (PDF)

  Germany
Marc Schroeder 
Eric Engler 
Philipp Thiele 
44.150
  Japan
Kenta Inake
Takashi Sakamoto
Tomoyuki Kawabata
45.947
  Venezuela
Ángel Pulgar
César Marcano
Juan Orellana
47.128
Keirin[12]

details (PDF)

  Fabián Puerta (COL)    Tomoyuki Kawabata (JPN)   Marc Schroeder (GER)
Points Race[13]

details (PDF)

  Andreas Graf (AUT) 
76 pts
  Wojciech Pszczolarski (POL)
70 pts
  Jonathan Mould (GBR)
(SWI Welsh Cycling Track Team)
67 pts
Omnium[14]

details (PDF)

  Paolo Simoni (ITA) 
30 pts
  David Muntaner (ESP)
34 pts
  Loïc Perizzolo (SUI)
35 pts
  Great Britain, Glasgow – 16–18 November 2012
Sprint[15]

details (PDF)

  Stefan Boetticher (GER)    Robert Förstemann (GER)   Denis Dmitriev (RUS)
(RusVelo)
Pursuit[16]

details (PDF)

  Lasse Norman Hansen (DEN) 
4:20.875
  Martyn Irvine (IRL)
4:22.745
  David Muntaner (ESP)
4:28.429
Team Pursuit[17]

details (PDF)

  Denmark
Casper Folsach
Lasse Norman Hansen
Mathias Møller Nielsen
Rasmus Christian Quaade
4:01.289
  Germany
Maximilian Beyer
Henning Bommel
Theo Reinhardt
Kersten Thiele
overtaken
  Belgium
Kenny De Ketele 
Jasper De Buyst 
Moreno De Pauw 
Gijs Van Hoecke 
4:06.951
Team Sprint[18]

details (PDF)

  Germany
Rene Enders 
Robert Förstemann 
Stefan Boetticher 
43.887
  Great Britain
Philip Hindes
Jason Kenny
Ed Clancy
44.175
  France
Julien Palma
Kevin Sireau
Quentin Lafargue
44.803
Keirin[19]
details
  Stefan Boetticher (GER)    Peter Lewis (AUS)
(Team Jayco-AIS)
  Takashi Sakamoto (JPN)
Scratch Race[20]

details (PDF)

  Tristan Marguet (SUI)    Martyn Irvine (IRL)   Roy Eefting (NED)
Omnium[21]

details (PDF)

  Lucas Liss (GER) 
30 pts
  Glenn O'Shea (AUS) 
31 pts
  Unai Elorriaga (ESP)
35 pts
  Mexico, Aguascalientes – 17–19 January 2013
Sprint[22]

details (PDF)

  Denis Dmitriev (RUS) 
(RusVelo)
  Max Niederlag (GER)   Juan Peralta (ESP)
(Reyno De Navarra-Telco-M-Conor)
Team Pursuit[23]

details (PDF)

  Russia
Nikolay Zhurkin
Alexander Serov
Ivan Savitckiy
Evgeny Kovalev
4:00.970
   Switzerland
Stefan Kueng 
Silvan Dillier 
Tom Bohli 
Loïc Perizzolo 
4:03.604
  Italy
Michele Scartezzini
Francesco Lamon
Marco Coledan
Liam Bertazzo
4:04.453
Team Sprint[24]

details (PDF)

  New Zealand
Edward Dawkins
Sam Webster
Ethan Mitchell
43.052
  France
François Pervis
Michaël D'Almeida
Kévin Sireau
43.186
  Australia
Peter Lewis
Mitchell Bullen
Alex Bird
43.584
Keirin[25]

details (PDF)

  Matthijs Buchli (NED)    Kazunari Watanabe (JPN)
(Cyclo Channel Tokyo)
  François Pervis (FRA)
Madison[26]

details (PDF)

  France
Vivien Brisse 
Thomas Boudat 
12 pts
  Ukraine
Mykhaylo Radionov
Sergiy Lagkuti
3 pts
   Switzerland
Silvan Dillier
Stefan Kueng
10 pts (−1 lap)
Omnium[27]

details (PDF)

  Artur Ershov (RUS)
16 pts
  Vivien Brisse (FRA)
39 pts
  Ondrej Rybin (CZE)
42 pts

WomenEdit

Event Winner Second Third
  Colombia, Cali – 11–13 October 2012
Sprint[28]

details (PDF)

  Lee Wai Sze (HKG)    Becky James (GBR)   Jess Varnish (GBR)
Team Pursuit[29]

details (PDF)

  Italy
Maria Giulia Confalonieri 
Beatrice Bartelloni 
Giulia Donato 
3:30.062
SWI Welsh Cycling Track Team
Amy Roberts
Ciara Horne
Elinor Barker
3:30.891
  Colombia
Valentina Paniagua
María Luisa Calle
Lorena Vargas
caught opponents
Team Sprint[30]

details (PDF)

  Great Britain
Becky James 
Jess Varnish 
33.734
  Japan
Hiroko Ishii
Kayono Maeda
35.391
  Colombia
Juliana Gaviria
Martha Bayona
35.036
Keirin[31]

details (PDF)

  Juliana Gaviria (COL)    Luz Daniela Gaxiola (MEX)   Virginie Cueff (FRA)
Scratch Race[32]

details (PDF)

  Isabella King (AUS)    Jarmila Machačová (CZE)   Elena Cecchini (ITA)
Omnium[33]

details (PDF)

  Isabella King (AUS) 
10 pts
  Natalia Rutkowska (POL)
22 pts
  Jarmila Machačová (CZE)
23 pts
  Great Britain, Glasgow – 16–18 November 2012
Sprint[34]

details (PDF)

  Kristina Vogel (GER)   Jess Varnish (GBR)   Becky James (GBR)
500m Time Trial[35]

details (PDF)

  Olga Panarina (BLR) 
34.121
  Kristina Vogel (GER)
34.318
  Tania Calvo (ESP)
34.451
Team Pursuit[36]

details (PDF)

  Great Britain
Laura Trott 
Elinor Barker
Danielle King 
3:21.043
  Australia
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Amy Cure
Melissa Hoskins
3:22.026
  Belarus
Tatsiana Sharakova 
Alena Dylko 
Aksana Papko 
3:25.737
Team Sprint[37]

details (PDF)

  Great Britain
Jess Varnish 
Becky James 
33.428
  Spain
Tania Calvo
Helena Casas Roige
34.102
  France
Sandie Clair
Olivia Montauban
34.197
Keirin[38]

details (PDF)

  Kristina Vogel (GER)   Ekaterina Gnidenko (RUS)
(Petroholding-Leningrad)
  Lee Wai Sze (HKG) 
Omnium[39]

details (PDF)

  Laura Trott (GBR)  
24 pts
  Ashlee Ankudinoff (AUS)
24 pts
  Tamara Balabolina (RUS)
26 pts
  Mexico, Aguascalientes – 17–19 January 2013
Sprint[40]

details (PDF)

  Gong Jinjie (CHN)
(Giant Pro Cycling)
  Lisandra Guerra Rodriguez (CUB)   Lee Wai Sze (HKG) 
Individual Pursuit[41]

details (PDF)

  Katarzyna Pawłowska (POL) 
3:30.390
  María Luisa Calle Williams (COL)
3:32.020
  Rebecca Wiasak (AUS)
3:32.037
Team Pursuit[42]

details (PDF)

  Canada
Gillian Carleton
Jasmin Glaesser
Stephanie Roorda
Caught opponents
  Ukraine
Ivanna Borovychenko
Valeriya Kononenko
Anna Nahirna
Overtaken
Team USN
Elinor Barker
Amy Roberts
Ciara Horne
3:24.419
Team Sprint[43]

details (PDF)

  Australia
Kaarle McCulloch
Stephanie Morton
33.033
  China
Xu Yulei
Zhong Tianshi
33.307
  Russia
Daria Shmeleva
Anastasiia Voynova
33.567
Keirin[44]

details (PDF)

  Zhong Tianshi (CHN)   Gong Jinjie (CHN)
(Giant Pro Cycling)
  Xu Yulei (CHN)
Points race[45]

details (PDF)

  Katarzyna Pawłowska (POL) 
51 pts
  Jarmila Machačová (CZE)
41 pts
  Yudelmis Domínguez Massagué (CUB)
40 pts
Omnium[46]

details (PDF)

  Sarah Hammer (USA) 
14 pts
  Huang Li (CHN)
(Giant Pro Cycling)
21 pts
  Leire Olaberria (ESP)
31 pts

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