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U.S. on track at masters world’s

The U.S. took home five gold medals in the opening two days of competition at the world masters track championships in Manchester, England. On the men’s side, Keith Harrison (60-64) and Stan Gregg (55-59) won their respective 500-meter time trials, while Alphonso Whaley took gold in the 40-44 750-meter time trial. On the women’s side, Linelle Betts (45-49) and Suzie Tignor (35-39) won their 500-meter time trials. For results from Manchester, click on "View Race Results."

By VeloNews Interactive

The U.S. took home five gold medals in the opening two days of competition at the world masters track championships in Manchester, England. On the men’s side, Keith Harrison (60-64) and Stan Gregg (55-59) won their respective 500-meter time trials, while Alphonso Whaley took gold in the 40-44 750-meter time trial. On the women’s side, Linelle Betts (45-49) and Suzie Tignor (35-39) won their 500-meter time trials. For results from Manchester, click on “View Race Results.”

Results

DAY ONE: ;
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MEN:;
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TIME TRIAL:;

70 plus 500m ;
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Henry Shaw (AUS) 41.157 ;
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65 plus 500m ;

1.Keith Harrison (USA) 40.568 ;
2.Raymond Groves (GB) 40.903 ;
3.Richard Simons (USA) 41.00 ;
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60-64 500m ;

1.Keith Oliver (AUS) 37.770 ;
2.Earl Henry (TRI) 37.832 ;
3.Peter Smith (GB) 38.385 ;
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55-59 500m ;

1.Stanley Gregg (USA) 35.508 (age category world best time) ;
2.Geoffrey Cooke (GB) 35.623 ;
3.Glen Ion (AUS) 37.789 ;
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50-54 500m ;

1.Ron Boyle (AUS) 36.094 ;
2.D Clarke (AUS) 36.144 ;
3.Ian Hallam (GB) 36.309 ;
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45-49 750m ;

1.David Le Grys (GB) 50.684 (age category world best time) ;
2.Richard Voss (USA) 52.024 ;
3.J Fillerup (USA) 52.852 ;
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40-44 750m ;

1.Alphonso Whaley (USA) 50.624 ;
2.Kenneth Todd (USA) 51.368 ;
3.Tim Abbott (SA) 52.504 ;
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35-39 1,000m ;

1.Gary Hibbert (GB) 1min 08.287 ;
2.David Robson (GB) 1min 08.414 ;
3.Stephen Prokopiv (USA) 1min 08.645 ;
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30-34 1,000m ;

1.Anton Quist (GB) 1min 07.149 ;
2.Adam Wilk (USA) 1min 07.955 ;
3.Ian George (GB) 1min 08.308 ;
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DAY TWO:;
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MEN:;

SPRINT:;

55-59 ;

1.Geoffrey Cooke (GB) 12.616 ;
2.Stanley Gregg (USA) ;
3.T Maddern (GB) ;
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50-54 ;

1.Danny Clarke (AUS) 12.629 ;
2.Ron Boyle (AUS) ;
3.Ian Hallam (GB) ;
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45-4

1.David Le Grys (GB) 13.374 ;
2.Mark Zascke (GB) ;
3.Richard Voss (USA) ;
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40-44 ;

1.Geoff Stoker (AUS) 11.837 ;
2.Alfonso Whaley (USA) ;
3.Steve Pulford (GB) ;
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PURSUIT:;

35-39 3,000m ;

1.Robert Veroba (CAN) 3min 33.133 ;
2.Mike Eddy (USA) 3min 39.204 ;
3.Stephen Prokopiw (USA) 2min 37.302 ;
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30-34 ;

1.Michael Pooley (GB) 3min 29.153 ;
2.Peter Coulson (USA) 3min 33.817 ;
3.Kenny Williams (USA) 3min 32.756 ;
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WOMEN:;

TIME TRIAL:;

50 plus 500m ;

1.Janet Moss (SA) 41.314 (age category world best time) ;
2.Valerie Rushworth (GB) 41.819 ;
3.Anne Stevens (GB) 43.759 ;
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45-49 500m ;

1.Linnelle Betts (USA) 39.640 (age category world best time) ;
2.Glynis Francis (GB) 40.331 ;
3.Dee Dee Scadron (GB) 41.341 ;
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40-44 500m ;

1.Vicki Lynne Birks (AUS) 40.44 ;
2.Aauriel Forrester (GB) 40.984 ;
3.Karen Byrne (GB) 41.484 ;
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35-39 500m ;

1.Suzie Tignor (USA) 38.017 ;
2.Julie Gregg (USA) 38.330 ;
3.Mary Hensler (USA) 38.555 ;
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30-34 500m ;

1.Melanie Szubrycht (GB) 39.958 ;
2.Annemarie Wentzel (SA) 40.687 ;
3.Suzanne Longstaff (GB) 40.888 ;
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