2016 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Women's keirin

The Women's keirin event of the 2016 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 3 March 2016.[1][2] Kristina Vogel of Germany won gold.

Women's keirin
at the 2016 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
VenueLee Valley VeloPark, London
Date3 March
Competitors25 from 19 nations
Medalists
gold medal    Germany
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    Great Britain
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ResultsEdit

First roundEdit

The first round was started at 15:28.[3]

Heat 1Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Lyubov Shulika   Ukraine Q
2 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong +0.017 Q
3 Stephanie Morton   Australia +0.027
4 Olga Ismayilova   Azerbaijan +0.275
5 Kayono Maeda   Japan +1.023
6 Anastasia Voynova   Russia REL

Heat 2Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Guo Shuang   China Q
2 Lee Hye-jin   South Korea +0.107 Q
3 Becky James   Great Britain +0.149
4 Elis Ligtlee   Netherlands +0.291
5 Monique Sullivan   Canada +0.323
6 Lisandra Guerra   Cuba +0.842

Heat 3Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Kristina Vogel   Germany Q
2 Anna Meares   Australia +0.762 Q
3 Natasha Hansen   New Zealand +0.827
4 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands +1.029
5 Shannon McCurley   Ireland +2.070
6 Ekaterina Gnidenko   Russia REL

Heat 4Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Kaarle McCulloch   Australia Q
2 Lin Junhong   China +0.029 Q
3 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania +0.033
4 Kate O'Brien   Canada +0.072
5 Tania Calvo   Spain +0.101
6 Fatehah Mustapa   Malaysia +0.125
7 Virginie Cueff   France +0.136

First round repechageEdit

The first round repechage was started at 16:10.[4]

Heat 1Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Stephanie Morton   Australia Q
2 Lisandra Guerra   Cuba +0.188
3 Kate O'Brien   Canada +0.354
4 Shannon McCurley   Ireland +1.886

Heat 2Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Becky James   Great Britain Q
2 Anastasia Voynova   Russia +0.037
3 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands +0.156
4 Monique Sullivan   Canada +0.302

Heat 3Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Elis Ligtlee   Netherlands Q
2 Fatehah Mustapa   Malaysia +0.048
3 Natasha Hansen   New Zealand +0.248
4 Kayono Maeda   Japan +0.411

Heat 4Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Virginie Cueff   France Q
2 Ekaterina Gnidenko   Russia +0.038
3 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania +0.138
4 Tania Calvo   Spain +0.202
5 Olga Ismayilova   Azerbaijan +0.372

Second roundEdit

The first round was started at 20:05.[5]

Heat 1Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Anna Meares   Australia Q
2 Lyubov Shulika   Ukraine +0.017 Q
3 Lee Hye-jin   South Korea +0.083 Q
4 Virginie Cueff   France +0.104
5 Kaarle McCulloch   Australia +0.124
6 Stephanie Morton   Australia +0.190

Heat 2Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Guo Shuang   China Q
2 Kristina Vogel   Germany +0.004 Q
3 Becky James   Great Britain +0.086 Q
4 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong +0.158
5 Lin Junhong   China +0.342
6 Elis Ligtlee   Netherlands +1.069

FinalsEdit

The finals was started at 20:45.[6]

Small finalEdit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
7 Stephanie Morton   Australia
8 Kaarle McCulloch   Australia +0.114
9 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong +0.129
10 Virginie Cueff   France +0.217
11 Elis Ligtlee   Netherlands +0.516
12 Lin Junhong   China REL

FinalEdit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
  Kristina Vogel   Germany
  Anna Meares   Australia +0.078
  Becky James   Great Britain +0.106
4 Guo Shuang   China +0.171
5 Lyubov Shulika   Ukraine +0.296
6 Lee Hye-jin   South Korea +0.338

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Event Schedule". Track Cycling Worlds. Archived from the original on 6 July 2017. Retrieved 26 February 2016.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ First round results
  4. ^ First round repechage results
  5. ^ Second round results
  6. ^ Final results