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Track Worlds: Netherlands sets new world record en route to team sprint gold

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The Netherlands team celebrates Gold in the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

The Netherlands team celebrates Gold in the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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The Netherlands team celebrates Gold after the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

The Netherlands team celebrates Gold after the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Members of Denmarks team celebrate after they set a new world record compete in the Mens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Members of Denmarks team celebrate after they set a new world record compete in the Mens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Great Britains team Katie Archibald Elinor Barker Eleanor Dickinson and Neah Evans compete in the Womens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Great Britains team Katie Archibald Elinor Barker Eleanor Dickinson and Neah Evans compete in the Womens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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US team Chloe Dygert Jennifer Valente Emma White and Lily Williams compete in the Womens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

US team Chloe Dygert Jennifer Valente Emma White and Lily Williams compete in the Womens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Great Britains teams Edward ClancyEthan Hayter Charlie Tanfield and Oliver Wood compete in the Mens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Great Britains teams Edward ClancyEthan Hayter Charlie Tanfield and Oliver Wood compete in the Mens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Denmarks team Lasse Norman Hansen Julius Johansen Frederik Rodenberg Madsen and Rasmus Pedersen on their way to set a new world record compete in the Mens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Denmarks team Lasse Norman Hansen Julius Johansen Frederik Rodenberg Madsen and Rasmus Pedersen on their way to set a new world record compete in the Mens Team Pursuit qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Germanys Lea Sophie Friedrich reacts after competing in the Womens Team sprint qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Germanys Lea Sophie Friedrich reacts after competing in the Womens Team sprint qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Team Chinas Tianshi Zhong and Feifei Chen compete in the Womens Team sprint qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Team Chinas Tianshi Zhong and Feifei Chen compete in the Womens Team sprint qualifying at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Netherlands Kirsten Wild celebrates after winning the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Netherlands Kirsten Wild celebrates after winning the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Netherlands Kirsten Wild R competes to win the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Netherlands Kirsten Wild R competes to win the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Great Britains Laura Kenny R and Netherlands Kirsten Wild L compete during the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Great Britains Laura Kenny R and Netherlands Kirsten Wild L compete during the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Gold medalist Netherlands Kirsten Wild C celebrates on the the podium with Silver medalist US Jennifer Valente L and Bronze medalist Portugals Maria Martins after the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Gold medalist Netherlands Kirsten Wild C celebrates on the the podium with Silver medalist US Jennifer Valente L and Bronze medalist Portugals Maria Martins after the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Gold medalist Netherlands Kirsten Wild celebrates on the the podium after the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Gold medalist Netherlands Kirsten Wild celebrates on the the podium after the womens 10 km scratch race final at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Roy van den Berg of the Netherlands team celebrate the new world record in the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 The Netherlands on Wednesday broke the team sprint world record at the track world championships in Berlin after they crossed the line in 41275 seconds Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Roy van den Berg of the Netherlands team celebrate the new world record in the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 The Netherlands on Wednesday broke the team sprint world record at the track world championships in Berlin after they crossed the line in 41275 seconds Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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The Danish team competes in the mens Team Pursuit at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

The Danish team competes in the mens Team Pursuit at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Kirsten Wild of the Netherlands celebrates after winning Womens Scratch Race during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images

BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Kirsten Wild of the Netherlands celebrates after winning Womens Scratch Race during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Kirsten Wild of the Netherlands celebrates after winning Womens Scratch Race during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images

BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Kirsten Wild of the Netherlands celebrates after winning Womens Scratch Race during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Athletes compete during Womens Scratch Race during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images

BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Athletes compete during Womens Scratch Race during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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Germanys Emma Hinze Germanys Pauline Sophie Grabosch and Germanys Lea Sophie Friedrich celebrate Gold after the Womens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

Germanys Emma Hinze Germanys Pauline Sophie Grabosch and Germanys Lea Sophie Friedrich celebrate Gold after the Womens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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The Netherlands team competes to win in the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

The Netherlands team competes to win in the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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The Netherlands team C celebrates Gold on the podium with the British and the Australian team after the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images

The Netherlands team C celebrates Gold on the podium with the British and the Australian team after the mens Team Sprint at the UCI track cycling World Championship in Berlin on February 26 2020 Photo by Odd ANDERSEN AFP Photo by ODD ANDERSENAFP via Getty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Team of the Netherlands compete during Mens Team Sprint Qualifying during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images

BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Team of the Netherlands compete during Mens Team Sprint Qualifying during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)
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BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Team of Germany compete during Womens Team Sprint Qualifying during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images

BERLIN GERMANY FEBRUARY 26 Team of Germany compete during Womens Team Sprint Qualifying during day 1 of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships Berlin at Velodrom on February 26 2020 in Berlin Germany Photo by Maja HitijGetty Images (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

Kirsten Wild gave the Netherlands the first world title of the 2020 UCI Track World Championships, taking out the women's scratch race with a powerful surge on the final lap.

Wild beat the USA's Jen Valente and Portugal's Maria Martin's in the sprint, with Great Britain's Laura Kenny taking an impressive fourth with a fractured shoulder.

"I'm really happy with this win. It's a nice win in a strong, competitive field. I'm super happy I could hold them off in the sprint and take the win."

Valente and Kenny patrolled the front of the field in the closing laps of a race that stayed largely together. Valente appeared to be boxed in on the inside as Wild came around on the high line on the final lap - stretching out the field and allowing Valente to nudge ahead of Kenny.

Martin was a surprise third with a bike throw at the line.

"My strength is to sprint so for me it was perfect that the race was fast and there were not too many attacks," Wild said. "The timing in the sprint is always a bit tricking and hectic, but luckily I took the right moment and could hold off the other sprinters for the win."

Team Sprints

The host country won its first title of the meet with the women's team sprinters Pauline Sophie Grabosch, Emma Hinze and Lea Friedrich taking gold by defeating defending champions Australia.

Russia was the fastest team in the qualifying heats, with China, Australia and Canada going quicker than the Germans before Hinze stepped in for Friedrich in Round 1 and set the best time in the rounds while topping Canada.

Grabosch and Hinze then faced the experienced duo of Stephanie Morton and Kaarle McCulloch in the gold medal final, but timed their efforts perfectly to take an emotional victory by 0.221 seconds and resurrecting the German women's team sprint programme after the injury to Olympic sprint champion Kristina Vogel.

It was then onto the men's team sprint, where the Netherlands smashed the world record set by Germany in 2013, bettering the altitude-set mark by an astonishing 0.594 seconds at the sea-level velodrome.

Jeffrey Hoogland, Harrie Lavreysen, Roy van den Berg made a sign of things to come in the qualifying, topping Great Britain by almost half a second with France in third. In the first round, the trio set their first world record at 41.275 to move onto the gold medal round against Great Britain.

France and Australia faced off in the bronze medal final.

It was hardly a contest for the Dutch in the finals, who went even quicker - 41.225 - to win the rainbow jerseys over Great Britain. Australia beat France for bronze.

Team Pursuit qualifying rounds

The Danish squad of Lasse Norman Hansen, Julius Johansen, Frederik Rodenberg Madsen and Rasmus Pedersen smashed the world record set last year by Australia in the qualifying round, slashing 1.433 seconds off the 3:48.012 mark.

New Zealand qualified second quickest with a time of 3:48.742 followed by France and Italy.

In the second round, Denmark went even quicker - setting a blistering 3:46.203 to beat Italy to advance to the gold medal final.

The Italians rallied on the closing kilometre, however, themselves breaking Great Britain's former record - clocking 3:46.513. But because of their finish in the qualifying, they were only eligible for the bronze medal final.

Denmark will go up against New Zealand, whose pressure made the French team fall apart in their round. Italy will face Australia in the bronze medal final while Great Britain were not quick enough to make the finals.

The USA women's team pursuit squad took a convincing lead in the opening event at the UCI Track World Championships, topping Great Britain in the qualifying round by 0.642 seconds. Canada was third fastest one and a half seconds slower than the USA.

Led by Olympians Chloe Dygert and Jen Valente with newcomers Emma White and Lily Williams, the USA set the fastest time for all but the middle 500m of the 4km race.

Great Britain, lacking Olympic champion Laura Kenny who couldn't take the standing start with a fractured shoulder, Elinor Barker, Eleanor Dickinson, Neah Evans and Katie Archibald rebounded after a tough third kilometre to take second, with Canada and New Zealand rounding out the top four.

Women's Team Pursuit

Qualifying
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1United States 0:04:11.229
Jennifer Valente (United States of America)
Chloe Dygert (United States of America)
Emma White (United States of America)
Lily Williams (United States of America)
2Great Britain 0:04:11.871
Elinor Barker (Great Britain)
Katie Archibald (Great Britain)
Eleanor Dickinson (Great Britain)
Neah Evans (Great Britain)
3Canada 0:04:12.728
Allison Beveridge (Canada)
Jasmin Duehring (Canada)
Annie Foreman-mackey (Canada)
Georgia Simmerling (Canada)
4New Zealand 0:04:14.383
Bryony Botha (New Zealand)
Rushlee Buchanan (New Zealand)
Kirstie James (New Zealand)
Jaime Nielsen (New Zealand)
5Australia 0:04:14.934
Georgia Baker (Australia)
Ashlee Ankudinoff (Australia)
Annette Edmondson (Australia)
Maeve Plouffe (Australia)
6Italy 0:04:15.255
Letizia Paternoster (Italy)
Martina Alzini (Italy)
Elisa Balsamo (Italy)
Silvia Valsecchi (Italy)
7Germany 0:04:15.477
Franziska Brausse (Germany)
Lisa Brennauer (Germany)
Lisa Klein (Germany)
Gudrun Stock (Germany)
8Ireland 0:04:21.368
Alice Sharpe (Ireland)
Lara Gillespie (Ireland)
Mia Griffin (Ireland)
Kelly Murphy (Ireland)
9France 0:04:21.417
Clara Copponi (France)
Coralie Demay (France)
Valentine Fortin (France)
Marie le Net (France)
10Belgium 0:04:21.700
Jolien D'hoore (Belgium)
Lotte Kopecky (Belgium)
Shari Bossuyt (Belgium)
Gilke Croket (Belgium)
11Poland 0:04:26.380
Daria Pikulik (Poland)
Katarzyna Pawlowska (Poland)
Lucja Pietrzak (Poland)
Nikol Plosaj (Poland)
12Belarus 0:04:33.223
Palina Pivavarava (Belarus)
Aksana Salauyeva (Belarus)
Ina Savenka (Belarus)
Karalina Savenka (Belarus)

Men's Team Pursuit

Qualifying
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Denmark 0:03:46.579
Lasse Norman Hansen (Denmark)
Julius Johansen (Denmark)
Frederik Rodenberg Madsen (Denmark)
Rasmus Pedersen (Denmark)
2New Zealand 0:03:48.742
Campbell Stewart (New Zealand)
Aaron Gate (New Zealand)
Regan Gough (New Zealand)
Jordan Kerby (New Zealand)
3France 0:03:49.558
Benjamin Thomas (France)
Thomas Denis (France)
Corentin Ermenault (France)
Valentin Tabellion (France)
4Italy 0:03:49.995
Michele Scartezzini (Italy)
Simone Consonni (Italy)
Filippo Ganna (Italy)
Francesco Lamon (Italy)
5Australia 0:03:50.015
Leigh Howard (Australia)
Lucas Plapp (Australia)
Alexander Porter (Australia)
Sam Welsford (Australia)
6Germany 0:03:50.304
Felix Gross (Germany)
Theo Reinhardt (Germany)
Nils Schomber (Germany)
Domenic Weinstein (Germany)
7Great Britain 0:03:50.341
Edward Clancy (Great Britain)
Ethan Hayter (Great Britain)
Charlie Tanfield (Great Britain)
Oliver Wood (Great Britain)
8Switzerland 0:03:52.888
Cyrille Thiery (Switzerland)
Stefan Bissegger (Switzerland)
Robin Froidevaux (Switzerland)
Claudio Imhof (Switzerland)
9Japan 0:03:52.956
Ryo Chikatani (Japan)
Shunsuke Imamura (Japan)
Kazushige Kuboki (Japan)
Keitaro Sawada (Japan)
10Russian Federation 0:03:53.523
Nikita Bersenev (Russian Federation)
Lev Gonov (Russian Federation)
Ivan Smirnov (Russian Federation)
Kirill Sveshnikov (Russian Federation)
11Canada 0:03:54.469
Derek Gee (Canada)
Michael Foley (Canada)
Adam Jamieson (Canada)
Jay Lamoureux (Canada)
12Belarus 0:04:00.955
Raman Tsishkou (Belarus)
Yauheni Akhramenka (Belarus)
Yauheni Karaliok (Belarus)
Hardzei Tsishchanka (Belarus)
13Ukraine 0:04:04.735
Volodymyr Dzhus (Ukraine)
Vitaliy Hryniv (Ukraine)
Roman Gladysh (Ukraine)
Maksym Vasyliev (Ukraine)

Round 1 Heat 1
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Great Britain 0:03:51.561
Edward Clancy (Great Britain)
Ethan Hayter (Great Britain)
Charlie Tanfield (Great Britain)
Oliver Wood (Great Britain)
2Germany 0:03:53.577
Felix Gross (Germany)
Theo Reinhardt (Germany)
Leon Rohde (Germany)
Domenic Weinstein (Germany)
Nils Schomber (Germany)

Round 1 Heat 2
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Australia 0:03:48.625
Lucas Plapp (Australia)
Alexander Porter (Australia)
Cameron Scott (Australia)
Sam Welsford (Australia)
Leigh Howard (Australia)
2Switzerland 0:03:51.665
Stefan Bissegger (Switzerland)
Robin Froidevaux (Switzerland)
Claudio Imhof (Switzerland)
Lukas Ruegg (Switzerland)
Cyrille Thiery (Switzerland)

Round 1 Heat 3
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1New Zealand 0:03:47.501
Campbell Stewart (New Zealand)
Aaron Gate (New Zealand)
Regan Gough (New Zealand)
Jordan Kerby (New Zealand)
2France 0:03:54.124
Benjamin Thomas (France)
Thomas Denis (France)
Corentin Ermenault (France)
Valentin Tabellion (France)

Round 1 Heat 4
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Denmark 0:03:46.203
Lasse Norman Hansen (Denmark)
Julius Johansen (Denmark)
Frederik Rodenberg Madsen (Denmark)
Rasmus Pedersen (Denmark)
2Italy 0:03:46.513
Simone Consonni (Italy)
Filippo Ganna (Italy)
Francesco Lamon (Italy)
Jonathan Milan (Italy)
Michele Scartezzini (Italy)

Women's Team Sprint

Qualifying
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Russian Federation 0:00:32.461
Daria Shmeleva (Federation Russian)
Anastasiia Voinova (Federation Russian)
2China 0:00:32.580
Feifei Chen (People's Republic of China)
Tianshi Zhong (People's Republic of China)
3Australia 0:00:32.696
Kaarle Mcculloch (Australia)
Stephanie Morton (Australia)
4Canada 0:00:32.829
Lauriane Genest (Canada)
Kelsey Mitchell (Canada)
5Germany 0:00:32.840
Pauline Sophie Grabosch (Germany)
Lea Sophie Friedrich (Germany)
6Mexico 0:00:32.923
Jessica Salazar Valles (Mexico)
Luz Daniela Gaxiola Gonzalez (Mexico)
7Netherlands 0:00:32.929
Kyra Lamberink (Netherlands)
Steffie van der Peet (Netherlands)
8Poland 0:00:32.953
Marlena Karwacka (Poland)
Urszula Los (Poland)
9Lithuania 0:00:33.060
Migle Marozaite (Lithuania)
Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania)
10New Zealand 0:00:33.184
Olivia Podmore (New Zealand)
Natasha Hansen (New Zealand)
11Spain 0:00:33.816
Tania Calvo Barbero (Spain)
Helena Casas Roige (Spain)
12Colombia 0:00:33.826
Juliana Gaviria Rendon (Colombia)
Martha Bayona Pineda (Colombia)
13Republic of Korea 0:00:34.171
Soohyun Kim (Republic of Korea)
Hyejin Lee (Republic of Korea)
14Ukraine 0:00:34.213
Olena Starikova (Ukraine)
Liubov Basova (Ukraine)
15Italy 0:00:34.914
Miriam Vece (Italy)
Elena Bissolati (Italy)

Round 1 Heat 1
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Germany 0:00:32.265
Pauline Sophie Grabosch (Germany)
Emma Hinze (Germany)
Lea Sophie Friedrich (Germany)
2Canada 0:00:32.473
Lauriane Genest (Canada)
Kelsey Mitchell (Canada)

Round 1 Heat 2
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Australia 0:00:32.353
Kaarle Mcculloch (Australia)
Stephanie Morton (Australia)
2Mexico 0:00:32.881
Luz Daniela Gaxiola Gonzalez (Mexico)
Jessica Salazar Valles (Mexico)

Round 1 Heat 3
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1China 0:00:32.403
Feifei Chen (People's Republic of China)
Tianshi Zhong (People's Republic of China)
2Netherlands 0:00:32.833
Kyra Lamberink (Netherlands)
Steffie van der Peet (Netherlands)

Round 1 Heat 4
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Russian Federation 0:00:32.415
Daria Shmeleva (Federation Russian)
Anastasiia Voinova (Federation Russian)
2Poland 0:00:32.838
Marlena Karwacka (Poland)
Urszula Los (Poland)

Final
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Germany 0:00:32.163
Pauline Sophie Grabosch (Germany)
Emma Hinze (Germany)
Lea Sophie Friedrich (Germany)
2Australia 0:00:32.384
Kaarle Mcculloch (Australia)
Stephanie Morton (Australia)
3China 0:00:32.371
Feifei Chen (People's Republic of China)
Tianshi Zhong (People's Republic of China)
4Russian Federation 0:00:32.466
Daria Shmeleva (Federation Russian)
Anastasiia Voinova (Federation Russian)

Men's Team Sprint

Qualifying
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Netherlands 0:00:41.987
Roy van den Berg (Netherlands)
Harrie Lavreysen (Netherlands)
Matthijs Buchli (Netherlands)
2Great Britain 0:00:42.471
Ryan Owens (Great Britain)
Jack Carlin (Great Britain)
Jason Kenny (Great Britain)
3France 0:00:42.805
Gregory Bauge (France)
Sebastien Vigier (France)
Quentin Lafargue (France)
4Australia 0:00:42.996
Thomas Cornish (Australia)
Nathan Hart (Australia)
Matthew Richardson (Australia)
5Poland 0:00:43.041
Maciej Bielecki (Poland)
Krzysztof Maksel (Poland)
Mateusz Rudyk (Poland)
6New Zealand 0:00:43.083
Ethan Mitchell (New Zealand)
Sam Webster (New Zealand)
Edward Dawkins (New Zealand)
7Germany 0:00:43.140
Eric Engler (Germany)
Stefan Botticher (Germany)
Maximilian Levy (Germany)
8Russian Federation 0:00:43.236
Alexander Sharapov (Russian Federation)
Denis Dmitriev (Russian Federation)
Pavel Yakushevskiy (Russian Federation)
9Japan 0:00:43.416
Kazuki Amagai (Japan)
Yudai Nitta (Japan)
Tomohiro Fukaya (Japan)
10China 0:00:43.830
Shuai Guo (People's Republic of China)
Yongjia Luo (People's Republic of China)
Miao Zhang (People's Republic of China)
11Belarus 0:00:44.352
Aliaksandr Hlova (Belarus)
Artsiom Zaitsau (Belarus)
Uladzislau Novik (Belarus)
12Spain 0:00:44.630
Alejandro Martinez Chorro (Spain)
Juan Peralta (Spain)
Jose Moreno Sanchez (Spain)
13Kazakhstan 0:00:45.043
Maxim Nalyotov (Kazakhstan)
Sergey Ponomaryov (Kazakhstan)
Andrey Chugay (Kazakhstan)
14India 0:00:46.063
Jemsh Singh Keithellakpam (India)
Rojit Singh (India)
Esow Esow (India)

Round 1 Heat 1
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Australia 0:00:43.044
Thomas Cornish (Australia)
Nathan Hart (Australia)
Matthew Richardson (Australia)
2Poland 0:00:43.490
Maciej Bielecki (Poland)
Mateusz Rudyk (Poland)
Rafal Sarnecki (Poland)
Krzysztof Maksel (Poland)

Round 1 Heat 2
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1France 0:00:42.730
Gregory Bauge (France)
Melvin Landerneau (France)
Sebastien Vigier (France)
Quentin Lafargue (France)
2New Zealand 0:00:43.205
Edward Dawkins (New Zealand)
Ethan Mitchell (New Zealand)
Sam Webster (New Zealand)

Round 1 Heat 3
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Great Britain 0:00:42.294
Jack Carlin (Great Britain)
Jason Kenny (Great Britain)
Ryan Owens (Great Britain)
2Germany 0:00:43.144
Stefan Botticher (Germany)
Eric Engler (Germany)
Maximilian Levy (Germany)

Round 1 Heat 4
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Netherlands 0:00:41.275
Jeffrey Hoogland (Netherlands)
Harrie Lavreysen (Netherlands)
Roy van den Berg (Netherlands)
Matthijs Buchli (Netherlands)
2Russian Federation 0:00:42.886
Denis Dmitriev (Russian Federation)
Alexander Sharapov (Russian Federation)
Pavel Yakushevskiy (Russian Federation)

Final
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Netherlands 0:00:41.225
Jeffrey Hoogland (Netherlands)
Harrie Lavreysen (Netherlands)
Roy van den Berg (Netherlands)
Matthijs Buchli (Netherlands)
2Great Britain 0:00:42.400
Jack Carlin (Great Britain)
Jason Kenny (Great Britain)
Ryan Owens (Great Britain)
3Australia 0:00:42.829
Thomas Cornish (Australia)
Nathan Hart (Australia)
Matthew Richardson (Australia)
4France 0:00:43.213
Gregory Bauge (France)
Quentin Lafargue (France)
Sebastien Vigier (France)
Melvin Landerneau (France)

Women's Scratch Race

Final
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Kirsten Wild (Netherlands)
2Jennifer Valente (United States of America)
3Maria Martins (Portugal)
4Laura Kenny (Great Britain)
5Martina Fidanza (Italy)
6Olivija Baleisyte (Lithuania)
7Anita Yvonne Stenberg (Norway)
8Ana Usabiaga Balerdi (Spain)
9Victoire Berteau (France)
10Alzbeta Bacikova (Slovakia)
11Alexandra Manly (Australia)
12Palina Pivavarava (Belarus)
13Lucja Pietrzak (Poland)
14Aline Seitz (Switzerland)
15Amber Joseph (Austria)
16Lena Charlotte Reissner (Germany)
17Katerina Kohoutkova (Czech Republic)
18Rinata Sultanova (Kazakhstan)
19Anastasia Chulkova (Federation Russian)
20Zhilin Huang (People's Republic of China)
21Lydia Gurley (Ireland)
22Kie Furuyama (Japan)
23Verena Eberhardt (Austria)

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