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U.S. scores 19 golds at masters track world’s

Home team Great Britain topped the medals chart at the world masters track championships in Manchester, England, but U.S. riders reached the top step of the podium more than anyone else. In all, the U.S. team scored 19 gold medals and 47 total, while Great Britain took 16 gold and 68 total medals. For results from the final two days of competition, click on "View Race Results."

Home team Great Britain topped the medals chart at the world masters track championships in Manchester, England, but U.S. riders reached the top step of the podium more than anyone else. In all, the U.S. team scored 19 gold medals and 47 total, while Great Britain took 16 gold and 68 total medals. For results from the final two days of competition, click on “View Race Results.”

Results

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MEDAL TABLE: ;
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COUNTRY GOLD SILVER BRONZE TOTAL;
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1 GBR 16 25 27 68;
2 USA 19 15 13 47;
3 AUS 10 11 9 30;
4 RSA 3 1 3 7;
5 TRI 2 2 0 4;
6 DEN 2 1 1 4;
7 NED 2 0 1 3;
8 CAN 1 0 0 1;
MEX 1 0 0 1;
GER 0 1 0 1;
COL 0 0 1 1;
FRA 0 0 1 1;
DAY SIX:;
RESULTS:;
MEN:;
POINTS RACE:;
60-64. 10k
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1.Keith Oliver (AUS) 23pts 15min 29.082/38.748km/h ;
2.David South (AUS) 11pts ;
3.Henry Fort Pino (FRA) 7pts ;
65 plus 10k ;
1.Keith Harrison (USA) 17pts 15m 26.691sec/38.847km/h ;
2.Harry Shaw (AUS) 12pts ;
3.Laurence Rissbrook (GB) 9pts ;
OLYMPIC SPRINT:;
Open
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1.Cool Running 47.975sec (World Masters best time) Dave le Grys, Geoff Stoker and Stephen Alfred ;
2.Yasumitsu-Sclapp-Dashe 49.177sec Graham J Wilman, David Robson and Ian George ;
3.The Young Ones 49.250 Marco Librizzi, Chris Henderson and Gary Hibbert ;
Over 135 years ;
1.Gregg Specialized RT 49.511sec Stanley Gregg, Ken Sinclair and Alphonso Whaley ;
2.The Gee Bees 50.084 Ian Hallam, Geoffrey Cooke and Robert Jefferies ;
3.Australia 50.200 Ron Boyle, Danny Clark and Peter Barnard ;
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WOMEN:;
POINTS RACE:;
30 plus 15k
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1.Wendy Everson (GB) 21pts 22min 18.310sec/40.349km/h ;
2.Annette Hanson (USA) 15pts ;
3.Melanie Szubrycht (GB) 14pts ;
40 plus 12.5k ;
1.Marion Bax (NED) 20pts 17min 25.439sec./43.044km/h ;
2.Vicki-Lynne Birks (AUS) 16pts ;
3.Karen Byrne (GB) 13pts ;
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DAY FIVE:;
MEN:;
SPRINT:;
60-64
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1.Keith Oliver (AUS) 13.176 ;
2.Earl Henry (TRI) ;
3.Peter Tranberg (DEN) ;
65 plus ;
1.Keith Harrison (USA) 13.790 ;
2.Delroy Walters (USA) ;
3.Raymond Groves (GB) ;
70 plus ;
Harry Shaw (AUS) ;
POINTS RACE:;
30-34 30km ;
1.Kenny Wiiliams (USA) 44pts 40m 58.172s/43.935km/h ;
At 1 lap ;
2.Bryan Taylor (GB) 35pts ;
3.Paul Butler (AUS) 19pts ;
35-39 30km ;
1.Mike Eddy (USA) 23pts 39min 43.297sec/45.315km/h ;
2.David Baker (GB) 20pts ;
3.Gary Coltman (GB) 16pts ;
40-44 20kms ;
1.Larry Nolan (USA) 24pts 25m 44.876s/46.605km/h ;
2.Robert Upton (AUS) 16pts ;
3.Bernardo Figueroa (COL) 15pts ;
55-59 15kms ;
1.Erling Laursen (DEN) 25 20min 58.370sec/42.912km/h ;
2.Sean Bannister (GB) 21 ;
3.Glen Ion (AUS) 14;