Villumsen denies Pooley a goodbye gold in the women's time trial

Linda Villumsen (New Zealand) claimed her first gold medal in a major competition, winning the time trial at the Commonwealth Games.

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Linda Villumsen (New Zealand)0:42:25
2Emma Pooley (England)0:00:06
3Katrin Garfoot (Australia)0:00:48
4Jaime Nielsen (New Zealand)0:01:04
5Katie Archibald (Scotland)0:01:05
6Shara Gillow (Australia)0:01:08
7Elinor Barker (Wales)0:01:31
8Lucy Coldwell (Scotland)0:01:38
9Anna Turvey (Scotland)0:01:43
10Jasmin Glaesser (Canada)0:01:47
11Reta Trotman (New Zealand)0:02:05
12Amy Roberts (Wales)0:02:05
13Joanna Rowsell (England)0:02:20
14Anna Christian (Isle of Man)0:03:23
15Ashleigh Moolman (South Africa)0:03:33
16Laura Brown (Canada)0:04:10
17Antri Christoforou (Cyprus)0:04:28
18Tamiko Butler (Antigua)0:04:53
19Aurelie Halbwach (Mauritius)0:05:00
20Heidi Dalton (South Africa)0:05:57
21Nicole Mitchell (Bermuda)0:06:08
22Joanna Watts (Guernsey)0:06:24
23Ann Bowditch (Guernsey)0:06:38
24Leah Kirchmann (Canada)0:06:40
25Karina Bowie (Guernsey)0:07:21
26Laura Wasley (Isle of Man)0:07:42
27Vera Adrian (Namibia)0:07:56
28Irene Steyn (Namibia)0:08:50
29Claire Fraser-Greene (Guyana)0:10:37
30Sriyalatha Wickramasigha (Sri Lanka)0:12:08
31Biana Hernould (Jamaica)0:13:07
DNSCiara Horne (Wales)Row 31 - Cell 2

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Born in Ireland to a cycling family and later moved to the Isle of Man, so there was no surprise when I got into the sport. Studied sports journalism at university before going on to do a Masters in sports broadcast. After university I spent three months interning at Eurosport, where I covered the Tour de France. In 2012 I started at Procycling Magazine, before becoming the deputy editor of Procycling Week. I then joined Cyclingnews, in December 2013.

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