Cycling at the 2018 Commonwealth Games – Women's sprint

The women's sprint at the 2018 Commonwealth Games was part of the cycling programme, which took place on 6 April 2018.

Cycling Track – Women's sprint
at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
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VenueAnna Meares Velodrome
Dates6 April
Competitors16 from 8 nations
Medalists
gold medal    Australia
silver medal    New Zealand
bronze medal    Australia
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RecordsEdit

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Games records were as follows:

World record   Kristina Vogel (GER) 10.384 Aguascalientes, Mexico 7 December 2013
Games record   Stephanie Morton (AUS) 10.984 Glasgow, Scotland 26 July 2014

ScheduleEdit

The schedule is as follows:[1]

All times are Australian Eastern Standard Time (UTC+10)

Date Time Round
Friday 6 April 2018 13:02 Qualifying
14:32 1/8 Finals
15:01 Quarterfinals
19:22 Semifinals
20:48 Finals

ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

All 16 riders will be seeded for the 1/8 finals according to their times in qualification.[2]

Rank Riders Time Behind Average speed
(km/h)
Notes
1   Stephanie Morton (AUS) 10.524 68.415 GR
2   Lauriane Genest (CAN) 10.757 +0.233 66.933
3   Natasha Hansen (NZL) 10.760 +0.236 66.914
4   Kaarle McCulloch (AUS) 10.777 +0.253 66.809
5   Olivia Podmore (NZL) 10.985 +0.461 65.544
6   Rachel James (WAL) 11.039 +0.515 65.223
7   Katy Marchant (ENG) 11.043 +0.519 65.200
8   Emma Cumming (NZL) 11.079 +0.555 64.988
9   Robyn Stewart (NIR) 11.082 +0.558 64.970
10   Lauren Bate (ENG) 11.127 +0.603 64.707
11   Fatehah Mustapa (MAS) 11.142 +0.618 64.620
12   Amelia Walsh (CAN) 11.229 +0.705 64.120
13   Deborah Deborah (IND) 11.484 +0.960 62.696
14   Eleanor Coster (WAL) 11.533 +1.009 62.430
15   Farina Shawati Mohd Adnan (MAS) 11.585 +1.061 62.149
16   Aleena Reji (IND) 12.207 +1.683 58.983

1/8 FinalsEdit

Heat winners advance to the quarterfinals.[3]

Heat Rank Riders Time (Gap) Notes
1 1   Stephanie Morton (AUS) Q
1 2   Aleena Reji (IND) +0.106
2 1   Lauriane Genest (CAN) Q
2 2   Farina Shawati Mohd Adnan (MAS) +0.131
3 1   Natasha Hansen (NZL) Q
3 2   Eleanor Coster (WAL) +1.864
4 1   Kaarle McCulloch (AUS) Q
4 2   Deborah Deborah (IND) +0.117
5 1   Olivia Podmore (NZL) Q
5 2   Amelia Walsh (CAN) +0.179
6 1   Fatehah Mustapa (MAS) Q
6 2   Rachel James (WAL) +0.095
7 1   Lauren Bate (ENG) Q
7 2   Katy Marchant (ENG) +0.006
8 1   Emma Cumming (NZL) Q
8 2   Robyn Stewart (NIR) +0.082

QuarterfinalsEdit

Matches are extended to a best-of-three format hereon; winners proceed to the semifinals.[4]

Heat Rank Riders Race 1 Race 2 Decider (i.r.) Notes
1 1   Stephanie Morton (AUS) X X Q
1 2   Emma Cumming (NZL) +0.810 +0.509
2 1   Lauriane Genest (CAN) X X Q
2 2   Lauren Bate (ENG) +0.039 +0.043
3 1   Natasha Hansen (NZL) X X Q
3 2   Fatehah Mustapa (MAS) +0.548 +0.014
4 1   Kaarle McCulloch (AUS) X X Q
4 2   Olivia Podmore (NZL) +0.070 +0.035

SemifinalsEdit

Winners proceed to the gold medal final; losers proceed to the bronze medal final.[5]

Heat Rank Riders Race 1 Race 2 Decider (i.r.) Notes
1 1   Stephanie Morton (AUS) X X QG
1 2   Kaarle McCulloch (AUS) +0.109 +0.488 QB
2 1   Natasha Hansen (NZL) X +0.012 X QG
2 2   Lauriane Genest (CAN) +0.052 X +0.001 QB

FinalsEdit

The final classification is determined in the medal finals.[6]

Rank Riders Race 1 Race 2 Decider (i.r.)
Bronze medal final
    Kaarle McCulloch (AUS) X X
4   Lauriane Genest (CAN) +0.071 +1.031
Gold medal final
    Stephanie Morton (AUS) X X
    Natasha Hansen (NZL) +0.089 +1.286

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cycling Track | Daily Schedule". Gold Coast 2018. Retrieved 5 April 2018.
  2. ^ "Cycling Track | Women's Sprint - Qualifying Results" (PDF). Gold Coast 2018. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  3. ^ "Cycling Track | Women's Sprint - 1/8 Finals Results" (PDF). Gold Coast 2018. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  4. ^ "Cycling Track | Women's Sprint - Quarterfinals Results" (PDF). Gold Coast 2018. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  5. ^ "Cycling Track | Women's Sprint - Semifinals Results" (PDF). Gold Coast 2018. Retrieved 6 April 2018.
  6. ^ "Cycling Track | Women's Sprint - Finals Results" (PDF). Gold Coast 2018. Retrieved 6 April 2018.