19:32 – Hoogland and Glaetzer Pass
These are the arenas that are already in the quarterfinals, and the others will have to go through in the replay.
- Tjon En Fa
19:27 – Cornish also in the appendix
Dornbach and Jun en Fa pass by, and Cornish is also sent back. Soon the last battery from Kirin. 19:42 hrs. Silvia Zanardi in the points race
19:22 – the third battery
Awang and Turnbull pass.
19:18 – Another “strange” result
Quintero and Ota pass by, but the cap is still for the eliminated (who will go to the stalkers): Richardson and Paul.
7.15pm – Stunning, Lafresne on replay
Jack Carlin and Shinji Nakano are the first to advance to the quarter-finals. Harry Lafresne will incredibly pass from the appendix
19:12 – the first round of kirin
Yakovlev, Nakano, Lafressen, Sarum and Karelin are looking for a place in the quarter-finals. We remind you that there are 6 courses in total, 3 of which are behind the Alderney.
19:10 – Cretan show in Italy
18:52 – Hoogland is always gone
- Hoogland 58″ 22 (Gold)
- GLITZER 58″ 526 (Silver)
- Cornice 58″ 822 (Bronze)
- Seventh is Matteo Bianchi at 1’00” 99
18:48 – Hoagland is destroyed, gold medal
Gold for Hoagland!! The Dutchman gains more than half a second in the first 125m and runs it perfectly to the finish line. 58″ 222 his time.
6.45pm – Glaitzer in command
First place for Glaetzer. The second Australian stopped the clock at 58′ 526. Australia would certainly fetch two medals. But now, space for Geoffrey Hoagland
18:43 – destroyed cornice
The first temporary place for the Corniche! The Australian crosses the finish line at 58″ 822 and gets a medal.. Now we need to understand the metal.
18:37 – Truman Space
Great time Truman! The Brit is the first to go under a minute tonight, recording 59’092.
18:33 – Bianchi stepped back
The first temporary position for the pole, who puts himself in front of the blue with only three thousand. Bianchi’s great last lap was confirmed.
18:30 – Matteo Bianchi’s clutch
Great closing blue, in the last 250m he went really fast: 1’00” 99 his time
18:28 – It’s Matteo Bianchi’s turn
1’00” 192 for Spain’s Martínez Choro, who, like this morning, failed to go over a minute. Now it’s Matteo Bianchi’s time
18:25 – final kilometer
This is the start list for the 1km time trial:
- Martinez Coro Alejandro ESP
- Bianchi Matteo Etta
- Rajkowski Patrick Paul
- Truman Joseph JBR
- Dornbach Maximilian Ger
- Thomas Os Cornish
- Glaitzer Matthew Australia
- Hoagland, Geoffrey Ned
3.45pm – Here are the finalists’ times
|1. Jeffrey Hoagland||57 “971|
|2. Matthew Glatzer||+ 0 “601|
|3. Thomas Cornish||+ 0 “827|
|4. Maximilian Dornbach||+ 1 “420|
|5- Joseph Truman||+ 1″ 535|
|6- Patrick Rajkowski||+ 1 “918|
|7. Matteo Bianchi||+ 1 “940|
|8. Alejandro Martinez Choro||+ 2 “212|
3.39pm – Bianchi in the kilometer final
With the top riders arriving, Matteo Bianchi lost some positions but finished seventh and qualified for the final.
3.37pm – Hoogland takes the lead
Glaetzer set the best time in a 58in 5, but it was immediately improved by 6-tenths. Hoogland stopped the chrono at 971”57 and posted the best time.
3.30pm – Matteo Bianchi is fifth
Matteo Bianchi is among the top five at the moment. The young blue chrono stops in a 59″ 911 to 1″ 339 from Glazer. Four contestants are missing from the appeal. Landerneau, Dornbach, Hoagland and Martinez Choro.
3.16pm – glitzers in front of everyone
58 in 572 for Glaetzer who stands in front of everyone on the last lap whoops. It will be really difficult to find time to go to the final. Doing 59 inches may not be enough.
3.07 pm – now the kilometer of dead end
space for Matteo Bianchi After the men’s team, with which it achieved the national record with Napolitano and Pridomo, is chasing qualification to the final.
2.55pm – It starts again with the quarter-finals
The women’s sprint quarter-final challenges are Finucane-Genest, Capewell-Andrews, Friedrich-Gros and Yuan-Hinze.
2.00pm – But why was Rodriguez disqualified and Bochly not?
1.55pm – I’m already out of Kouamé and Grabosch
Next are Finucane (Great Britain), Capwell (Great Britain), Friedrich (Germany), Yuan (China), Heinz (Germany), Gross (France), Andrews (New Zealand) and Genst (Canada). Already out is Kouamé, a disastrous World Cup for her so far, Bayona, Mitchell and Grabosch. in 14.48 quarter-finals.
1.38pm – Haines is the big favourite
Big favourite? This is the specialty of Emma Haines who is seeking her third gold medal in the event after winning the Team Sprint, with Grabosch and Friedrich, and the 500m static. Haines missed Keiren, did not qualify for the final (New Zealander Andrews won).
1.30pm – We start with the sprints
The round starts from the round of 16 for the women’s sprint. However, there is no Miriam Feis who has not been able to exceed sixteen. The pairs are Finucane-Sato, Capewell-Kouamé, Friedrich-Bayona, Yuan-Clonan, Hinze-van der Wouw, Gros-Mitchell, Grabosch-Andrews, and Genest-Guo.
10.00am – Medal hopes
Matteo Bianchi: no Lavreysen and my favorite is Hoogland. For Bianchi, there was the new Italian record with the Sprint Team and now he’s trying his hand at the kilometer standing. Today’s goal is to qualify for the finals.
Silvia Zanardi: After winning it all as a junior and under-23, Silvia Zanardi is looking for her first career World Championship medal. She will try in the points race, her favorite discipline, even if there is competition between Evans, Baker, Lee Nett, Drummond and, above all, big favorite Lotte Kopecky. However, Zanardi finished second at the 2022 European Championships and knows how to act in this type of competition. We believe in it to get a place on the platform.
Viviani Scartezini: In their history there are no medals from an international point of view, therefore, they are not favorites either for gold or for medals. However, Scartezzini has found some experience in the discipline, winning several times with Consonni, while Viviani has such good form that she wants to exploit it on the parquet. The goal will be to stay in the top five throughout the race and, why not, launch an attack in the closing stages.
9.15am – The Italians are in the race today
–Matteo Bianchi: kilometers from standstill;
–Silvia Zanardi: a race for points.
–Elia Viviani And Michelle Scartezini: Madison.
9.00 am – the programme
Today’s session (13.30 – 15.30)
13.30: Women’s eighth sprint;
14.48: Women’s quarter sprint;
15.04: Men’s Qualification 1km from stalemate;
Evening session (18.15 – 21.30)
18.25: Men’s 1 km finals;
19.04: First round men’s keirin;
19.42: Women’s points race;
20.19: 1st round men’s keirin (extension);
In bold are the tests that award medals
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How much is the prize pool?
For this 2023 edition, the organizers kept the prize money from past years, with the gold medalist in the “Olympic” disciplines receiving €8,000. Non-Olympic competitions are less valuable with “only” €5,000 for the gold medalist. Here is the full prize pool.
|results||Olympic||Not Olympic||ins. there is a difference||Sprint Team|
Olympic competitions: Kirin, Madison, Omnium, and Sprint;
Non-Olympic competitionsScratching, standing kilometer, individual pursuit, points race and elimination race
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