Hinze secures women's Sprint title for Track Champions League

Emma Hinze of Germany won the Women’s Sprint title for the inaugural UCI Track Champions League Saturday night in London at the Lee Valley VeloPark. She held a slight two-point lead over compatriot Lea Friedrich going into the fourth and final round, which was held In front of a sell-out crowd of over 5,500 spectators.

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Final Women's Sprint Standings
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Emma Hinze (Germany) 128
2Lea Friedrich (Germany) 118
3Kelsey Mitchell (Canada) 102
4Martha Bayona Pineda (Colombia) 86
5Olena Starikova (Ukraine) 84
6Mathilde Gros (France) 67
7Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania) 60
8Yana Tyshchenko (Russian Federation) 60
9Lauriane Genest (Canada) 53
10Miriam Vece (Italy) 52
11Mina Sato (Japan) 47
12Yuli Paola Verdugo Osuna (Mexico) 43
13Riyu Ohta (Japan) 37
14Shanne Braspennincx (Netherlands) 34
15Sophie Capewell (Great Britain) 23
16Anastasiia Voinova (Russian Federation) 23
17Laurine van Riessen (Netherlands) 20
18Daria Shmeleva (Russian Federation) 12

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