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2012 Subaru Cycling Australian Track Championship 2012

Date range:
January 26-29, 2012
  • 2012 Subaru Cycling Australian Track Championship, Adelaide, AUS, CN
  • Days Expand the race menu
    • Session One

      Start location:
      Men: U19 3000m Individual Pursuit (qualifying), 4000m Individual Pursuit (qualifying), U19, Open Kilometre Time Trial
      End location:
      Women & U19 Team Sprint
    • Session Two

      Start location:
      Men: U19 3000m Individual Pursuit (final), 4000m Individual Pursuit (final), U19 Sprint (qualifying), Team Sprint
      End location:
      Women U19 2000 metre Individual Pursuit (qualifying), Women 500 metre Time Trial (final), Women U19 2000 metre Individual Pursuit (final), Women U19 7.5km Scratch Race (final)
    • Session Three

      Start location:
      Men U19 Sprint (¼ finals), Open Mens Teams Pursuit (qualifying)
      End location:
      Women 3000 metre Individual Pursuit (qualifying), Women U19 500 metre Time Trial (final), Women Sprint (qualifying)
    • Session Four

      Start location:
      Men: U19 Sprint (semi-finals), U19 Sprint (final), Sprint (round 1), Bill Young Men U19 Teams Pursuit (final), Southcott Cup Open Men Teams Pursuit (final), U19 25km Points Race (final)
      End location:
      Women U19 Keirin (qualifying), Women U19 Keirin (final), Women Sprint (¼ finals), Women U19 20km Points Race (final)
    • Session Five

      Start location:
      Men Sprint (¼ finals), Men U19 Keirin (qualifying)
      End location:
      Women U19 Sprint (qualifying), Women & U19 3000 metre Team Pursuit (qualifying)
    • Session Six

      Start location:
      Men: Sprint (semi-finals - final), U19 Keirin Repechage, Final, 15 kilometre Scratch Race, Men U19 10km Scratch Race
      End location:
      Women U19 Sprint (1/4 finals), Women Sprint (semi-finals), Women Sprint (final), Women U19 3000 metre Team Pursuit (final), Women 3000 metre Team Pursuit (final), Women 25km Points Race (final)
    • Session Seven

      Start location:
      Men U19 Team Sprint (qualifying, final), Men Keirin (qualifying)
      End location:
      Women Keirin (qualifying), Women Keirin (Repechage)
    • Session Eight

      Start location:
      Men U19 Madison (final), Men Keirin (Repechage, final), Men 40km Points Race (final)
      End location:
      Women U19 Sprint (semi-finals), Women U19 Sprint (final), Women Keirin (final), Women 10km Scratch Race (final)

January 27, Session Three: Men U19 Sprint (¼ finals), Open Mens Teams Pursuit (qualifying) - Women 3000 metre Individual Pursuit (qualifying), Women U19 500 metre Time Trial (final), Women Sprint (qualifying)

Edmondson Stakes Claim For Selection

By:
Cycling Australia
Published:
January 27, 2012, 12:54 GMT,
Updated:
January 27, 2012, 17:01 GMT

Fastest ever time for 3000m pursuit on Australian soil

Michael Hepburn leads QLD in the rainbow jersey

Michael Hepburn leads QLD in the rainbow jersey

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South Australia's Annette Edmondson has staked her claim for Olympic selection after recording the fastest time ever ridden on Australian soil for the 3000 metre individual pursuit during today's qualifying session of the 2012 Subaru Cycling Australia Track National Championships.

Edmondson, 20, scorched around the Adelaide Super-Drome in 3:30.586 to shave 18 thousandths of a second of the time of 3:30.604 set by New Zealand's Sarah Ulmer in the individual pursuit final at the 2004 World Championships held in Melbourne.

"I was hoping to do a 33 or so and to go out and do a 30 is really exciting" said Edmondson, who slashed seven seconds off her own
previous best time. "So to go out and do a time like that in qualifying is really important to me.

"I didn't even realise it (the record) was eight years' standing. That's awesome, it still hasn't really sunk in. (But) it's not over yet though, I've got to go out and do it again, show I can back up.

"Given this is the Olympic year and I want to make the world champs, which are very soon, the event I want to win is the individual pursuit," added Edmondson who in 2008 was the silver medallist in the sprint and in 2009 claimed bronze in the keirin at the Junior World Championships. She then switched to endurance events and today's performance proves that was a smart move.

Edmondson will face 2012 Australian omnium champion Ashlee Ankudinoff in tonight's gold medal final after the Sydney rider clocked 3:32.614 for the twelve lap event.

Defending champion Josephine Tomic (WA) recorded 3:34.772 and will race team mate Melissa Hoskins (3:37.751) for the bronze medal ride.

In the men's team pursuit qualifying, the Super-Drome was awash with rainbow jerseys with Australia's four reigning team pursuit world
champions in action. Jack Bobridge and Rohan Dennis lined up for South Australia, Michael Hepburn for Queensland and Luke Durbridge for the West Australian team.

Bobridge and Dennis were joined by Alexander Edmondson and Glenn O'Shea with the quartet posting the fastest time of 4:02.567. They
will face Hepburn, Mitchell Mulhern, Nicholas Schultz and Jesse Kerrison (4:07.250) in the final.

The Queensland quartet suffered a mishap just after they crossed the finish line when Mulhern and Shultz touched wheels and crashed but both walked away relatively unscathed.

Durbridge with Michael Freiberg, Stephen Hall and Bradley Robson stopped the clock at 4:08.556 and will meet the New South Wales team of Benjamin Harvey, Scott and Jackson Law and Jackson-Leigh Rathbone (4:08.648) to decide the bronze medal.

In the under 19 women's 500m time trial final, Queensland's Taylah Jennings blitzed the field to collect her second gold medal of the
championships. The dual 2011 junior world champion added to the scratch race gold she won on the opening night of competition, stopping the clock in 35.403, well ahead of Victoria's Caitlin Ward (36.228). West Australia's Tian Beckett (36.520) claimed the bronze medal.

"I have been aiming to win this since the first year I came to nationals in the under fifteens, so to finally break through it is a really great achievement," said Jennings, 17, referring to her three consecutive silver medals in the time trial across the under 19 and 17 categories. "I have done more pursuit training, which is strange, but I think because I have wanted it so bad, and worked on my starting, it paid
off. I felt fast today, my best time before this was a 36.1, so it's pretty good for me."

The session also saw the elite sprint competition begin with the flying 200 metre qualifying rounds for men and women. South Australia's Matthew Glaetzer (10.100) posted the best time ahead of Andrew Taylor (NSW) (10.123), with Victoria's Shane Perkins third fastest in 10.158. Canberra's Alex Bird was fourth fastest with his time of 10.230.

Reigning sprint world champion Anna Meares delighted the home crowd by recording the fastest time in the women's round of 11.133. Kaarle McCulloch (NSW) was second fastest in 11.219, while Victoria's Ziggy Callan (11.689) and Cassandra Kell (NSW) (11.832) rounded out the top four.

The sprint rounds continue tonight with the finals being contested tomorrow night. In the under 19 men's sprint, South Australia's Alex Radikiewicz and Jai Angsuthasawit and Victoria's Emerson Harwood and Jacob Schmid will contest the semi finals.

Full Results

Elite Women 3000M Individual Pursuit Qualification
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Annette Edmondson (SA) 0:03:30.586  
2 Ashlee Ankudinoff (NSW) 0:03:32.614  
3 Josephine Tomic (WA) 0:03:34.772  
4 Melissa Hoskins (WA) 0:03:37.751  
5 Amy Cure (TAS) 0:03:38.258  
6 Rebecca Wiasak (ACT)    
7 (SA)rah Kent (WA) 0:03:38.747  
8 Isabella King (WA) 0:03:38.852  
9 Shara Gillow (QLD) 0:03:40.570  
10 Ailie Mcdonald (ACT) 0:03:41.995  
Men U19 Sprint Heat 1
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Emerson Harwood (VIC) 0:00:11.400  
2 Jake Abramovic (NSW)    
Men U19 Sprint Heat 2
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Jacob Schmid (VIC) 0:00:11.298  
2 Patrick Constable (SA)    
Men U19 Sprint Heat 3
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Alex Radzikiewicz (SA) 0:00:11.560  
2 Thomas Clarke (ACT)    
Men U19 Sprint Heat 4
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Jai Angsuthasawit (SA) 0:00:11.149  
2 Matthew Beazley (NSW)    
Men U19 Sprint 5-8th
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Matthew Beazley (NSW) 0:00:11.582  
2 Thomas Clarke (ACT)    
3 Jake Abramovic (NSW)    
4 Patrick Constable (SA)    
Elite Women 200M Sprint Qualification
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Anna Meares (SA) 0:00:11.133  
2 Kaarle Mcculloch (NSW) 0:00:11.219  
3 Ziggy Callan (VIC) 0:00:11.689  
4 Cassandra Kell (NSW) 0:00:11.832  
5 Catherine Culvenor (ACT) 0:00:11.881  
6 Adele Sylvester (VIC) 0:00:11.959  
7 Rikki Belder (SA) 0:00:12.172  
8 Stefanie Fernandez-Preiska (QLD) 0:00:12.192  
9 Holly Williams (WA) 0:00:12.200  
10 Cassandra Flugge (WA) 0:00:12.270  
11 Madison Law (NSW) 0:00:12.279  
12 Rebecca Stevenson (QLD) 0:00:12.527  
Women U19 500m Time Trial Final
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Taylah Jennings (QLD) 0:00:35.403  
2 Caitlin (WA)rd (VIC) 0:00:36.229  
3 Tian Beckett (WA) 0:00:36.521  
4 Allee Proud (WA) 0:00:36.768  
5 Alexandra O'Dea (QLD) 0:00:37.312  
6 Jihae Park (Kor) 0:00:37.696  
7 Holly Takos (SA) 0:00:38.512  
8 Rebecca Dunn (NSW) 0:00:38.645  
9 Emily Clark (ACT) 0:00:39.416  
Open Men 4000M Team Pursuit Qualification
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Jack Bobridge (SA) 0:04:02.567  
  Rohan Dennis (SA)    
  Alexander Edmondson (SA)    
  Glenn O'Shea (SA)    
2 Michael Hepburn (QLD) 0:04:07.250  
  Mitchell Mulhern (QLD)    
  Jesse Kerrison (QLD)    
  Nicholas Schultz (QLD)    
3 Luke Durbridge (WA) 0:04:08.557  
  Michael Freiberg (WA)    
  Stephen Hall (WA)    
  Bradley Robson (WA)    
4 Benjamin Harvey (NSW) 0:04:08.648  
  Jackson Law (NSW)    
  Scott Law (NSW)    
  Jackson-Leigh Rathbone (NSW)    
5 Jack Cummings (VIC) 0:04:12.672  
  Evan Hull (VIC)    
  Alexander Morgan (VIC)    
  Zac Shaw (VIC)    
6 Joshua Harrison (SA) 0:04:16.127  
  Thomas Kaesler (SA)    
  Robert-Jon Mccarthy (SA)    
  Miles Scotson (SA)    
7 Caleb Ewan (NSW) 0:04:17.672  
  Jack Mcculloch (NSW)    
  Tirian Mcmanus (NSW)    
  Nicholas Yallouris (NSW)    
8 Trent Derecourt (WA) 0:04:20.240  
  Bradley Linfield (WA)    
  Luke Vitler (WA)    
  Theodore Yates (WA)    
9 Nathan Hinkley (TAS) 0:04:22.902  
  Oliver Martin (TAS)    
  Jake Mcmahon (TAS)    
  Matthew Nicholson (TAS)    
Men Sprint - 200m Qualifying
# Rider Name (Country) Team Result
1 Matthew Glaetzer (SA) 0:00:10.100  
2 Andrew Taylor (NSW) 0:00:10.123  
3 Shane Perkins (VIC) 0:00:10.158  
4 Alex Bird (ACT) 0:00:10.230  
5 Mitchell Bullen (NSW) 0:00:10.264  
6 Scott Sunderland (WA) 0:00:10.292  
7 Daniel Ellis (ACT) 0:00:10.360  
8 Peter Lewis (NSW) 0:00:10.372  
9 Jason Niblett (VIC) 0:00:10.384  
10 James Glasspool (SA) 0:00:10.446  
11 Nathan Hart (ACT) 0:00:10.533  
12 Ben Abels (VIC) 0:00:10.547  
13 Zac Deller (QLD) 0:00:10.630  
14 Jungyeol Kim (KOR) 0:00:10.663  
15 Nathan Corrigan (SA) 0:00:10.735  
16 Alexander Trumble (WA) 0:00:10.814