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Cali, december 18th / 2010
Great Britain won the second stage of UCI Track World Cup in Cali.

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Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton with Winner World Cup Trophy.

The British sprinter won renewed their favoritism and tables medalists and scoring the second stop of the UCI Track World Cup held in Cali from 16 to 18 December 2010.

In second place was the French delegation, while New Zealand was third. The Colombian delegation won the seventh.

With this result, Britain assumed the overall leadership of the World Cup, who made two of the four valid scheduled for the 2010-2011 season.

On the closing day will host five gold medals, which were for New Zealand, USA, Italy, Britain and France.

The day was of emotions with speed, with the keirin feminine, the emotional duel in the final of the team sprint, the women's points race spectacular and the ratification of Sarah Hammer as mistress of Omnium.

The first end of the night was the team pursuit, in which the quartet of New Zealand reaffirmed its primacy in the World Cup by beating with Quatrain some comfort to the Colombian, who had four men in fulfillment of conditions in the Arles Castro enfgermedad, but showed he is among the best in the world, seeking the Olympic dream.

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New Zealand persecution team, winner an World Cup leader.

The second final was comfortable, and defined the medals to Sarah Hammer, Tara Whitten and Tatsiana Sharakova, who made the 500 meters to comply because the test was set almost from the day before.

In the points race women, a great shot of the multiple world champion Giorgia Bronzini won him the test, scoring in the final sprint and fifth in the final going to overcome the Belgian beat Kelly Druyts and Belarusian Aksana Papke.

In the keirin, a spectacular duel served to British revenge from the beautiful Victoria Pendleton, who dominated his five rivals, skillfully ran and won, leaving the silver and bronze medals for Claire and Sandie French Virginie Cueff. The champion of speed, Kristina Vogel of Germany ranked fifth.

The closure was exciting, with the speed men. In the semifinal they faced the world champion, Frenchman Gregory Bauge and Olympic champion, Britain's Chris Hoy, with victory for Today, while the other, the French defeated Kevin Sireau more comfortably into Japanese Tsubasa Kitatsuru. In the end, Sireau was faster than today, leaving Britain without being able to climb the top of the podium in this Cup, while the Kitatsuru Bauge dominated in the match for bronze.

MEDAL DISTRIBUTION

Pos

Team

G S B

1

Great Britain

3 4 1

2

France

3 2 4

3

New Zealand

3 0 1

4

Germany

1 1 0

5

EE UU

1 1 0

6

Malaysia

1 0 0

7

Italy

1 0 0

8

Colombia

0 2 0

9

Belgium

0 2 0

10

Canada

0 1 1

11

Belarus

0 0 2

12

Czech Republic

0 0 2

13

Switzerland

0 0 1

14

Spain

0 0 1

Standings
1. Great Britain 109
2. France 100
3. New Zealand 62
7. Colombia 35

General World Cup Standings
1. Great Britain 191 pts
2. France 161
3. New Zealand 109
10. Colombia 43

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