Events

Lindenmuth takes World Cup gold

The U.S. team took three medals on day 2 of the second round of the UCI Track World Cup in Sydney, Australia. The medal haul was led by Tanya Lindenmuth, who took gold in the women’s 500-meter time trial. Meanwhile, Jame Carney took silver behind Dutchman Robert slippens in the men’s scratch race, and Sarah Hammer was second behind New Zealand’s Sarah Ulmer in the women’s scratch race. On day 1, Southern Californian Josiah Ng took silver in the keirin, flying the colors of the Malaysian national team, and 7UP-Nutra Fig pro Greg Henderson of New Zealand took third in the points race behind

By VeloNews Interactive wire services, Copyright 2002 AFP

The U.S. team took three medals on day 2 of the second round of the UCI Track World Cup in Sydney, Australia. The medal haul was led by Tanya Lindenmuth, who took gold in the women’s 500-meter time trial. Meanwhile, Jame Carney took silver behind Dutchman Robert slippens in the men’s scratch race, and Sarah Hammer was second behind New Zealand’s Sarah Ulmer in the women’s scratch race.

On day 1, Southern Californian Josiah Ng took silver in the keirin, flying the colors of the Malaysian national team, and 7UP-Nutra Fig pro Greg Henderson of New Zealand took third in the points race behind Australian Mark Renshaw and South African Jean-Pierre Van Zyl.

Results

Team pursuit;
1. New Zealand (winner after Australian team crashed); 2. Australia; 3. Greece, 4:20.213;
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Men’s scratch;
1. Robert Slippens (Nl); 2. Jame Carney (USA); 3. Leonardo Duque (Col);
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Women’s 500 meters;
1. Tanya Lindenuth (USA), 35.838; 2. Julie Paulding (GB), 35.996; 3. Nancy Contreras (Mex), 36.160;
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Women’s scratch;
1. Sarah Ulmer (NZ); 2. Sarah Hammer (USA); 3. Cathy Moncassin (F);
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Day 1;
Men’s pursuit
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1. Peter Dawson (Aus), 4:28.842; 2. Hayden Roulston (NZ), 4:30.876; 3. Stefen Steinweg (G), 4:37.675;
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Keirin;
1. Sean Eadie (Aus); 2. Josiah Ng (Mal); 3. Alwyn McMath (GB);
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Men’s Points;
1. Mark Renshaw (Aus), 39pts; 2. Jean-Pierre Van Zyl (SA), 32; 3. Greg Henderson (NZ), 28;
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Olympic sprint;
1. Great Britain; 2. France; 3. Greece;
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Women’s Keirin;
1. Rosealle Hubbard (Aus); 2. Michelle Ferris (Aus); 3. Lori-Ann Muenzer (Can);
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Women’s pursuit;
1. Sarah Ulmer (NZ), 3:34.132; 2. Sara Symington (GB); 3. Cathy Moncassin (F), 3:45.199.