2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Women's team pursuit

The Women's team pursuit competition at the 2017 World Championships was held on 12 and 13 April 2017.[1][2]

Women's team pursuit
at the 2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
VenueHong Kong Velodrome
LocationHong Kong
Dates12–13 April
Competitors61 from 14 nations
Teams14
Winning time4:19.413
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    New Zealand
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ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

The fastest eight teams qualified for the first round, from which the top four remained in contention for the gold medal final and the other four for the bronze medal final.[3]

Rank Name Nation Time Behind Notes
1 Kelly Catlin
Chloe Dygert
Kimberly Geist
Jennifer Valente
  United States 4:17.722 Q
2 Amy Cure
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Alexandra Manly
Rebecca Wiasak
  Australia 4:18.659 +0.937 Q
3 Stephanie Roorda
Jasmin Duehring
Laura Brown
Annie Foreman-Mackey
  Canada 4:19.515 +1.793 Q
4 Elisa Balsamo
Simona Frapporti
Francesca Pattaro
Silvia Valsecchi
  Italy 4:19.838 +2.116 Q
5 Eleanor Dickinson
Emily Kay
Manon Lloyd
Emily Nelson
  Great Britain 4:21.548 +3.826 q
6 Michaela Drummond
Racquel Sheath
Rushlee Buchanan
Jaime Nielsen
  New Zealand 4:22.776 +5.054 q
7 Élise Delzenne
Laurie Berthon
Marion Borras
Coralie Demay
  France 4:25.788 +8.066 q
8 Daria Pikulik
Natalia Rutkowska
Justyna Kaczkowska
Nikol Plosaj
  Poland 4:28.523 +10.801 q
9 Luo Xiaoling
Chen Qiaolin
Chen Siyu
Huang Li
  China 4:32.559 +14.837
10 Lotte Kopecky
Gilke Croket
Annelies Dom
Kaat Van Der Meulen
  Belgium 4:33.722 +16.000
11 Minami Uwano
Yuya Hashimoto
Kisato Nakamura
Nao Suzuki
  Japan 4:34.362 +16.640
12 Gulnaz Badykova
Tamara Balabolina
Maria Kantsyber
Lidiya Malakhova
  Russia 4:35.657 +17.935
13 Pang Yao
Yang Qianyu
Diao Xiao Juan
Leung Bo Yee
  Hong Kong 4:35.949 +18.227
14 Tatjana Paller
Charlotte Becker
Franziska Brauße
Gudrun Stock
  Germany 4:36.287 +18.565
  • Q = qualified; in contention for gold medal final
  • q = qualified; in contention for bronze medal final

First roundEdit

First round heats were held as follows:
Heat 1: 6th v 7th fastest
Heat 2: 5th v 8th fastest
Heat 3: 2nd v 3rd fastest
Heat 4: 1st v 4th fastest

The winners of heats 3 and 4 proceeded to the gold medal final. The remaining 6 teams were ranked on time, from which the top 2 proceeded to the bronze medal final.[4]

Rank Heat Name Nation Time Notes
1 4 Kelly Catlin
Chloe Dygert
Kimberly Geist
Jennifer Valente
  United States 4:18.716 QG
2 3 Amy Cure
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Alexandra Manly
Rebecca Wiasak
  Australia 4:20.041 QG
3 4 Elisa Balsamo
Simona Frapporti
Tatiana Guderzo
Silvia Valsecchi
  Italy 4:19.958 QB
4 1 Michaela Drummond
Racquel Sheath
Rushlee Buchanan
Jaime Nielsen
  New Zealand 4:20.171 QB
5 2 Elinor Barker
Eleanor Dickinson
Manon Lloyd
Emily Nelson
  Great Britain 4:21.681
6 3 Jasmin Duehring
Laura Brown
Annie Foreman-Mackey
Kirsti Lay
  Canada 4:22.446
7 1 Élise Delzenne
Laurie Berthon
Marion Borras
Coralie Demay
  France 4:26.434
8 2 Daria Pikulik
Natalia Rutkowska
Justyna Kaczkowska
Nikola Rozynska
  Poland 4:33.237
  • QG = qualified for gold medal final
  • QB = qualified for bronze medal final

FinalsEdit

The final classification was determined in the medal finals.[5]

Rank Name Nation Time Gap Notes
Gold medal final
  Kelly Catlin
Chloe Dygert
Kimberly Geist
Jennifer Valente
  United States 4:19.413
  Amy Cure
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Alexandra Manly
Rebecca Wiasak
  Australia 4:19.830 +0.417
Bronze medal final
  Racquel Sheath
Rushlee Buchanan
Kirstie James
Jaime Nielsen
  New Zealand 4:21.778
4 Elisa Balsamo
Simona Frapporti
Francesca Pattaro
Silvia Valsecchi
  Italy 4:26.562 +4.784

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Event Schedule". 2017 WCh LOC. Archived from the original on 4 November 2016. Retrieved 11 April 2017.
  2. ^ "Start list". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 11 April 2017.
  3. ^ "Qualifying". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 12 April 2017.
  4. ^ "First Round". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
  5. ^ "Results and Final Classification". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 13 April 2017.