2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Women's keirin

The Women's keirin competition at the 2017 World Championships was held on 16 April 2017.[1][2]

Women's keirin
at the 2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
VenueHong Kong Velodrome
LocationHong Kong
Dates16 April
Competitors27 from 16 nations
Medalists
gold medal    Germany
silver medal    Colombia
bronze medal    Belgium
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ResultsEdit

First roundEdit

The first two riders in each heat qualified to the second round, all other riders advanced to the first round repechages.[3]

Heat 1Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Kristina Vogel   Germany Q
2 Shanne Braspennincx   Netherlands +0.054 Q
3 Helena Casas   Spain +0.889
4 Tatiana Kiseleva   Russia +1.006
5 Miglė Marozaitė   Lithuania +1.186
6 Yuli Verdugo   Mexico +1.234
7 Lin Junhong   China +1.652

Heat 2Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Stephanie Morton   Australia Q
2 Guo Shuang   China +0.016 Q
3 Emma Hinze   Germany +0.408
4 Lyubov Basova   Ukraine +0.565
5 Lee Hye-jin   South Korea +0.617
6 Anastasia Voynova   Russia +0.873
7 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands +0.911

Heat 3Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong Q
2 Nicky Degrendele   Belgium +0.055 Q
3 Kaarle McCulloch   Australia +0.079
4 Katy Marchant   Great Britain +0.246
5 Kate O'Brien   Canada +0.348
6 Pauline Grabosch   Germany +0.400
7 Tania Calvo   Spain +0.444

Heat 4Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Martha Bayona   Colombia Q
2 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania +0.003 Q
3 Daniela Gaxiola   Mexico +0.057
4 Holly Takos   Australia +0.247
5 Shannon McCurley   Ireland +1.014
6 Olena Starikova   Ukraine DNF
  • Q = qualified to Second round

First round repechageEdit

The winner of each heat qualified to the second round.[4]

Heat 1Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Anastasia Voynova   Russia Q
2 Helena Casas   Spain +0.028
3 Kate O'Brien   Canada +0.281
4 Holly Takos   Australia +0.446
5 Lin Junhong   China +0.996

Heat 2Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Lee Hye-jin   South Korea Q
2 Yuli Verdugo   Mexico +0.089
3 Katy Marchant   Great Britain +0.198
4 Emma Hinze   Germany +0.243

Heat 3Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Lyubov Basova   Ukraine Q
2 Kaarle McCulloch   Australia +0.254
3 Tania Calvo   Spain +0.369
4 Pauline Grabosch   Germany +0.382
5 Miglė Marozaitė   Lithuania +0.487

Heat 4Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands Q
2 Daniela Gaxiola   Mexico +0.108
3 Tatiana Kiseleva   Russia +0.272
4 Shannon McCurley   Ireland +0.325
5 Olena Starikova   Ukraine +0.834
  • Q = qualified to Second round

Second roundEdit

The first three riders in each heat qualified to the final, all other riders advanced to final 7–12.[5]

Heat 1Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Kristina Vogel   Germany Q
2 Martha Bayona   Colombia +0.065 Q
3 Nicky Degrendele   Belgium +0.102 Q
4 Anastasia Voynova   Russia +0.149
5 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands +0.362
6 Guo Shuang   China +0.520

Heat 2Edit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 Stephanie Morton   Australia Q
2 Shanne Braspennincx   Netherlands +0.030 Q
3 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania +0.316 Q
4 Lyubov Basova   Ukraine +0.529
5 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong +0.739
Lee Hye-jin   South Korea DNF

FinalsEdit

The finals were started at 15:39.[6]

Small finalEdit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
7 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands
8 Anastasia Voynova   Russia +0.090
9 Lyubov Basova   Ukraine +0.180
10 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong +0.332
11 Guo Shuang   China +0.465
12 Lee Hye-jin   South Korea +0.851

FinalEdit

Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
  Kristina Vogel   Germany
  Martha Bayona   Colombia +0.061
  Nicky Degrendele   Belgium +0.130
4 Stephanie Morton   Australia +0.257
5 Shanne Braspennincx   Netherlands +0.288
6 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania +1.480

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schedule
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ "First round". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 16 April 2017.
  4. ^ "First round repechage". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 16 April 2017.
  5. ^ Second round results
  6. ^ Final results