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By VeloNews Interactive wire services
Canadian Lori-Ann Muenzer took her second gold medal at the World Track Cup round No. 5, in Ipoh, Malaysia, on Sunday. Muenzer, who had already won the match sprint gold earlier in the weekend, won the women’s 500-meters, ahead of German Katrin Meinke and China’s Wang Yan. In other racing, Americans Colby Pearce and Jame Carney took silver in the Madison, behind the Swiss pair of Franco Marvulli and Alexander Aeschbach, and Marty Nothstein took bronze in the keirin, behind 19-year-old Australian Jobie Dajka and France’s Florian Rousseau.
World Track Cup No. 5, Ipoh, Malaysia. August 23-26;
Women’s points race:; 1. Christina Becker (G); 2. Cathy Moncassin (F); 3. Erin Carter (Can);
Olympic sprint:; 1. Germany, 46.360; 2. France; 3. Japan;
500 meters:; 1. Lori-Ann Muenzer (Can), 35.33; 2. Katrin Meinke (G); 3. Wang Yan (Chn);
Keirin:; 1. Jobie Dajka (Aus); 2. Florian Rousseau (F); 3. Marty Nothstein (USA);
Madison:; 1. Switzerland (Franco Marvulli, Alexander Aeschbach); 2. United States (Jame Carney, Colby Pearce); 3. Belgium (Mathew Gilmore, Wouter van Mechelen)