2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Women's sprint

The Women's sprint competition at the 2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 1 and 2 March 2018.[1][2]

Women's sprint
at the 2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
VenueOmnisport Apeldoorn
LocationApeldoorn, Netherlands
Dates1–2 March
Competitors33 from 21 nations
Medalists
gold medal    Germany
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    Germany
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ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

The top four riders advanced directly to the 1/8 finals; places 5 to 28 advanced to the 1/16 final.[3]

Rank Name Nation Time Behind Notes
1 Stephanie Morton   Australia 10.645 Q
2 Pauline Grabosch   Germany 10.713 +0.068 Q
3 Kristina Vogel   Germany 10.810 +0.165 Q
4 Daria Shmeleva   Russia 10.898 +0.253 Q
5 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong 10.909 +0.264 q
6 Mathilde Gros   France 10.938 +0.293 q
7 Shanne Braspennincx   Netherlands 10.949 +0.304 q
8 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania 10.975 +0.330 q
9 Olena Starikova   Ukraine 10.997 +0.352 q
10 Miriam Welte   Germany 11.001 +0.356 q
11 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands 11.013 +0.368 q
12 Miglė Marozaitė   Lithuania 11.047 +0.402 q
13 Anastasia Voynova   Russia 11.054 +0.409 q
14 Natasha Hansen   New Zealand 11.088 +0.443 q
15 Katy Marchant   Great Britain 11.090 +0.445 q
16 Lyubov Basova   Ukraine 11.101 +0.456 q
17 Tania Calvo   Spain 11.126 +0.481 q
18 Nicky Degrendele   Belgium 11.162 +0.517 q
19 Lee Hye-jin   South Korea 11.169 +0.524 q
20 Martha Bayona   Colombia 11.239 +0.594 q
21 Madalyn Godby   United States 11.247 +0.602 q
22 Yuka Kobayashi   Japan 11.248 +0.603 q
23 Emma Cumming   New Zealand 11.293 +0.648 q
24 Robyn Stewart   Ireland 11.360 +0.715 q
25 Daniela Gaxiola   Mexico 11.366 +0.721 q
26 Amelia Walsh   Canada 11.383 +0.738 q
27 Guo Yufang   China 11.420 +0.775 q
28 Kayono Maeda   Japan 11.446 +0.801 q
29 Julita Jagodzińska   Poland 11.449 +0.804
30 Mandy Marquardt   United States 11.487 +0.842
31 Yuli Verdugo   Mexico 11.550 +0.905
32 Ma Wing Yu   Hong Kong 11.704 +1.059
33 Kim Won-gyeong   South Korea 11.770 +1.125
  • Q = qualified directly for 1/8 finals
  • q = qualified for 1/16 finals

1/16 finalsEdit

Heat winners advanced to the 1/8 finals.[4]

Heat Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 1 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong Q
1 2 Kayono Maeda   Japan +0.691
2 1 Mathilde Gros   France Q
2 2 Guo Yufang   China +0.320
3 1 Shanne Braspennincx   Netherlands Q
3 2 Amelia Walsh   Canada +0.320
4 1 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania Q
4 2 Daniela Gaxiola   Mexico +0.059
5 1 Olena Starikova   Ukraine Q
5 2 Robyn Stewart   Ireland +0.135
6 1 Miriam Welte   Germany Q
6 2 Emma Cumming   New Zealand +0.081
7 1 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands Q
7 2 Yuka Kobayashi   Japan +0.084
8 1 Madalyn Godby   United States Q
8 2 Miglė Marozaitė   Lithuania +0.006
9 1 Anastasia Voynova   Russia Q
9 2 Martha Bayona   Colombia +0.130
10 1 Natasha Hansen   New Zealand Q
10 2 Lee Hye-jin   South Korea +0.020
11 1 Nicky Degrendele   Belgium Q
11 2 Katy Marchant   Great Britain +0.032
12 1 Lyubov Basova   Ukraine Q
12 2 Tania Calvo   Spain +0.118

Q = qualified for 1/8 finals

1/8 finalsEdit

Heat winners advanced to the quarterfinals.[5]

Heat Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 1 Stephanie Morton   Australia Q
1 2 Lyubov Basova   Ukraine +0.160
2 1 Pauline Grabosch   Germany Q
2 2 Nicky Degrendele   Belgium +0.036
3 1 Kristina Vogel   Germany Q
3 2 Natasha Hansen   New Zealand +0.086
4 1 Daria Shmeleva   Russia Q
4 2 Anastasia Voynova   Russia +0.002
5 1 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong Q
5 2 Madalyn Godby   United States +0.148
6 1 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands Q
6 2 Mathilde Gros   France +0.010
7 1 Shanne Braspennincx   Netherlands Q
7 2 Miriam Welte   Germany +0.054
8 1 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania Q
8 2 Olena Starikova   Ukraine +0.100

QuarterfinalsEdit

Matches are extended to a best-of-three format hereon; winners proceed to the semifinals.[6]

Heat Rank Name Nation Race 1 Race 2 Decider (i.r.) Notes
1 1 Stephanie Morton   Australia X X Q
1 2 Simona Krupeckaitė   Lithuania +0.644 +0.064
2 1 Pauline Grabosch   Germany X X Q
2 2 Shanne Braspennincx   Netherlands +0.002 +0.084
3 1 Kristina Vogel   Germany X X Q
3 2 Laurine van Riessen   Netherlands +0.128 +0.096
4 1 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong X X Q
4 2 Daria Shmeleva   Russia +0.084 +0.251

SemifinalsEdit

Matches were extended to a best-of-three format hereon; winners proceeded to the final.[7]

Heat Rank Name Nation Race 1 Race 2 Decider (i.r.) Notes
1 1 Stephanie Morton   Australia X X Q
1 2 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong +0.000 +0.046
2 1 Kristina Vogel   Germany X X Q
2 2 Pauline Grabosch   Germany +0.249 +0.158

FinalsEdit

The final classification was determined in the medal finals.[8]

Rank Name Nation Race 1 Race 2 Decider (i.r.)
Gold medal race
  Kristina Vogel   Germany X +0.161 X
  Stephanie Morton   Australia +0.059 X +0.105
Bronze medal race
  Pauline Grabosch   Germany X X
4 Lee Wai Sze   Hong Kong +0.026 +0.067

ReferencesEdit