Day 4 Track Worlds: Ethan Hayter wins men's Omnium

The racing continued on Day 4 of the UCI Track World Championships in Roubaix, France on Saturday. World titles were handed out in the women's Madison, 500m Time Trial and Individual Pursuit, along with the men's Omnium.

Ethan Hayter (Great Britain) secured the rainbow jersey in the men's Omnium that closed out the penultimate day of racing. Hayter secured 180 points across the four events: Scratch Race, Tempo Race, Elimination Race, and Points Race.

He won the opening Scratch Race ahead of Donavan Grondin (France) and Elia Viviani (Italy) setting the stage for a successful Omnium. A second victory in the Tempo Race, saw Hayter beat Iuri Leitao (Portugal) and Aaron Gate (New Zealand).

He wasn't as successful in the Elimination Race finishing fourth place behind Gate, Grondin and Matias Malmberg (Denmark), but he went into the finale Points Race with still in the lead.

Hayter proved strongest in the Points Race finishing with a total accumulated points of 180 to beat silver medallist Gate, who earned a total of 124 points, and bronze medallist Viviani with a total of 121.

Wild and Pieters win women's Madison

Kirsten Wild and Amy Pieters defended their world titles after securing the gold medal in the women's Madison. The Dutch pair secured 35 points to beat the French team of Clara Copponi and Marie Le Net who earned the silver medal with 30 points, while Great Britain's team of Katie Archibald and Neah Evans secured bronze with 24 points.

Pieters and Wild are both multiple-time world champions on the track and both have had glittering careers in both road and track racing. Wild retired from road racing at the Simac Ladies Tour after a 20-year career, but teamed up with Pieters to compete in the women's Madision at the Track World Championships.

Pieters and Wild won the opening heat ahead of Poland, Great Britain, Ukraine, New Zealand, Italy, Belarus and Spain to advance to the finals. Australia won heat 2 ahead of France, Russia, Denmark, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and Czech Republic to also advance through to the finals.

In the finals, the teams raced 120 laps, for a total of 30km, with 12 sprints for points. The Dutch team secured five points in four of the 12 sprints, while scoring between 1 and 3 points in four of the other sprints, and then another six in the final sprint for a total of 35 points and the victory.

Friedrich takes gold in women's 500m Time Trail

After taking the gold as part of German's women's Team Sprint squad on Day 1, Lea Sophie Friedrich secured another the world title in the women's 500-metre Time Trial. 

Friedrich took the title in a time of 0:00:33.057 to beat silver medallist Anastasiia Voinova (Russian Cycling Federation) and bronze medallist Daria Shmeleva (Russian Cycling Federation).

Voinova was the fastest in the qualifying opener with a time of 0:00:33.183, where she beat Friedrich. However, the tables turned in the final for the gold medal with Friedrich taking the win.

Germany sweep podium in women's Individual Pursuit

Lisa Brennauer (Germany) was the fastest in the women's Individual Pursuit, taking the world title in a time of 3:18.258, as Germany swept the podium in the event.

Brennauer also posted the fastest time in the qualifying round, 3:17.572, ahead of her compatriots Franziska Brausse and Mieke Kroeger.

In the end, Brennauer's time of 3:18.258 beat Brausse, 3:22.980, in the gold-medal final while Kroeger posted 3:20.903, to beat Italy's Martina Alzini for the bronze.

Women's Madison Final

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Women's Madison
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Netherlands 35
Row 1 - Cell 0 Amy Pieters
Row 2 - Cell 0 Kirsten Wild
2France 30
Row 4 - Cell 0 Clara Copponi
Row 5 - Cell 0 Marie le Net
3Great Britain 24
Row 7 - Cell 0 Katie Archibald
Row 8 - Cell 0 Neah Evans
4Italy 23
Row 10 - Cell 0 Letizia Paternoster
Row 11 - Cell 0 Rachele Barbieri
5Denmark 11
Row 13 - Cell 0 Amalie Dideriksen
Row 14 - Cell 0 Julie Leth
6Australia 5
Row 16 - Cell 0 Georgia Baker
Row 17 - Cell 0 Alexandra Manly
7Russian Cycling Federation -6
Row 19 - Cell 0 Mariia Novolodskaia
Row 20 - Cell 0 Mariia Miliaeva
8Belgium -19
Row 22 - Cell 0 Shari Bossuyt
Row 23 - Cell 0 Katrijn de Clercq
9New Zealand -20
Row 25 - Cell 0 Ally Wollaston
Row 26 - Cell 0 Michaela Drummond
10Germany -40
Row 28 - Cell 0 Lea lin Teutenberg
Row 29 - Cell 0 Lena Charlotte Reissner
11Switzerland -40
Row 31 - Cell 0 Michelle Andres
Row 32 - Cell 0 Lena Mettraux
Row 34 - Cell 0 Daria Pikulik
Row 35 - Cell 0 Wiktoria Pikulik
Row 37 - Cell 0 Hanna Tserakh
Row 38 - Cell 0 Nastassia Kiptsikava
Row 40 - Cell 0 Kseniia Fedotova
Row 41 - Cell 0 Tetyana Klimchenko
Row 43 - Cell 0 Eukene Larrarte Arteaga
Row 44 - Cell 0 Ziortza Isasi Cristobal

Women's 500m Time Trial Final

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Women's 500m Time Trial Final
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Lea Sophie Friedrich (Germany) 0:00:33.06
2Anastasiia Voinova (Russian Cycling Federation) 0:00:33.16
3Daria Shmeleva (Russian Cycling Federation) 0:00:33.16
4Pauline Sophie Grabosch (Germany) 0:00:33.18
5Miriam Vece (Italy) 0:00:33.30
6Yana Tyshchenko (Russian Cycling Federation) 0:00:33.34
7Martha Bayona Pineda (Colombia) 0:00:33.55
8Alessa-Catriona Proepster (Germany) 0:00:34.81
9Marlena Karwacka (Poland)
10Helena Casas Roige (Spain)
11Alla Biletska (Ukraine)
12Veronika Jabornikova (Czech Republic)
13Marianis Salazar Sanchez (Colombia)
14Ese Ukpeseraye (Nigeria)

Women's Individual Pursuit Final

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Women's Individual Pursuit
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Lisa Brennauer (Germany) 0:03:18.258
2Franziska Brausse (Germany) 0:03:22.980
3Mieke Kroeger (Germany 0:03:20.903
4Martina Alzini (Italy) OVL
5Marion Borras (France)
6Kelly Murphy (Ireland)
7Lily Williams (United States of America)
8Mia Griffin (Ireland)
9Megan Barker (Great Britain)
10Ella Barnwell (Great Britain)
11Fabienne Buri (Switzerland)
12Aksana Salauyeva (Belarus)
13Viktoriia Yaroshenko (Ukraine)
14Tania Calvo Barbero (Spain)
15Lina Marcela Hernandez Gomez (Colombia)
16Jessica Marcela Parra Rojas (Colombia)
17Yiwei Luo (Singapore)
18Ese Ukpeseraye (Nigeria)

Men's Omnium Final

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Men's Omnium - Scratch Race
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Ethan Hayter (Great Britain)
2Donavan Grondin (France)
3Elia Viviani (Italy)
4Iuri Leitao (Portugal)
5Aaron Gate (New Zealand)
6Matias Malmberg (Denmark)
7Eiya Hashimoto (Japan)
8Derek Gee (Canada)
9Alex Vogel (Switzerland)
10Erik Martorell Haga (Spain)
11Fabio Van den Bossche (Belgium)
12Roy Eefting (Netherlands)
13Yauheni Karaliok (Belarus)
14Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal (Colombia)
15Denis Rugovac (Czech Republic)
16Alan Banaszek (Poland)
17Gavin Hoover (United States of America)
18Kelland O'Brien (Australia)
19Gleb Syritsa (Russian Cycling Federation)
20Tim Torn Teutenberg (Germany)
21Viktor Filutas (Hungary)
22Daniel Crista (Romania)
23Ricardo Pena Salas (Mexico)
24Akil Campbell (Trinidad and Tobago)
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Men's Omnium - Tempo Race
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Ethan Hayter (Great Britain) Row 0 - Cell 2
2Iuri Leitao (Portugal) Row 1 - Cell 2
3Aaron Gate (New Zealand) Row 2 - Cell 2
4Erik Martorell Haga (Spain) Row 3 - Cell 2
5Kelland O'Brien (Australia) Row 4 - Cell 2
6Derek Gee (Canada) Row 5 - Cell 2
7Matias Malmberg (Denmark) Row 6 - Cell 2
8Elia Viviani (Italy)
9Yauheni Karaliok (Belarus)
10Alan Banaszek (Poland)
11Fabio Van den Bossche (Belgium)
12Eiya Hashimoto (Japan)
13Viktor Filutas (Hungary)
14Donavan Grondin (France) Row 13 - Cell 2
15Alex Vogel (Switzerland) Row 14 - Cell 2
16Ricardo Pena Salas (Mexico)
17Denis Rugovac (Czech Republic)
18Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal (Colombia)
19Akil Campbell (Trinidad and Tobago) Row 18 - Cell 2
20Gavin Hoover (United States of America) Row 19 - Cell 2
21Roy Eefting (Netherlands) Row 20 - Cell 2
DNSTim Torn Teutenberg (Germany)
DNSGleb Syritsa (Russian Cycling Federation)
DNSDaniel Crista (Romania)
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Men's Omnium - Elimination Race
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Aaron Gate (New Zealand)
2Donavan Grondin (France)
3Matias Malmberg (Denmark)
4Ethan Hayter (Great Britain)
5Eiya Hashimoto (Japan)
6Erik Martorell Haga (Spain)
7Gavin Hoover (United States of America)
8Iuri Leitao (Portugal)
9Elia Viviani (Italy)
10Akil Campbell (Trinidad and Tobago)
11Yauheni Karaliok (Belarus)
12Alex Vogel (Switzerland)
13Alan Banaszek (Poland)
14Roy Eefting (Netherlands)
15Kelland O'Brien (Australia)
16Derek Gee (Canada)
17Fabio Van den Bossche (Belgium)
18Denis Rugovac (Czech Republic)
19Ricardo Pena Salas (Mexico)
20Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal (Colombia)
21Viktor Filutas (Hungary)
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Men's Omnium - Final Standings
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Ethan Hayter (Great Britain) 180
2Aaron Gate (New Zealand) 124
3Elia Viviani (Italy) 121
4Iuri Leitao (Portugal) 117
5Erik Martorell Haga (Spain) 112
6Matias Malmberg (Denmark) 102
7Donavan Grondin (France) 101
8Fabio Van den Bossche (Belgium) 78
9Eiya Hashimoto (Japan) 78
10Derek Gee (Canada) 68
11Alan Banaszek (Poland) 68
12Yauheni Karaliok (Belarus) 60
13Kelland O'Brien (Australia) 50
14Gavin Hoover (United States of America) 38
15Alex Vogel (Switzerland) 34
16Roy Eefting (Netherlands) 33
17Viktor Filutas (Hungary) 26
18Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal (Colombia) 22
19Ricardo Pena Salas (Mexico) -5
23Denis Rugovac (Czech Republic)
23Akil Campbell (Trinidad and Tobago)
23Tim Torn Teutenberg (Germany)
23Gleb Syritsa (Russian Cycling Federation)
23Daniel Crista (Romania)

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