Press Newsletter 25
With new world record and track record for ending first day of World Cup in Cali.
Germany new World Record in Team Speed Men.
French Francois Pervis imposed new record por Cali track at KmTT.
Germany win 2 gold medals in the day.
Cespa Euskadi (Spain), Britain, France, Belgium and New Zealand also won gold medals.
This friday 4 final in the second day of competition.
The German triplet formed by Maximilian Levi, Rene Enders and Stefan Nimke imposed new world record in the day of qualifying teams speed men with a time of 42 seconds 914 / 100, the previous record was held by the British team consisting of Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny and Jamie Staff from the China Beijing Olympics in 2008 with a record of 42 seconds 950 / 100.
In the kilometer time trial test Francois Pervis of France imposed new track record for Alcides Nieto Patiño Velodrome with a record of 1.00.075
UCI TRACK WORLD CUP
DAY 1 RESULTS
MEN'S TEAM SPEED
(Maximilian Levi - Rene Enders - Stefan Nimke) Time: 43seg.311
SILVER: Team Germany Erdgas 2012
(Robert Forstemann-Botticher-Joachim Stefan Eilers) Time: 44:230
(Cesar Marcano - Hersony Abroad - Angel Pulgar) Time: 43:991
30 MILES POINTS RACE FOR MEN
GOLD: Unai Elorriaga Zubiaur (CESPA-Euskadi-Spain) 46 points
SILVER: Ingmar De Poortere (Belgium) 37 points
BRONZE: Edwin Avila (Colombia) 32 points
WOMEN'S TEAM PURSUIT 3000M
GOLD: Great Britain
(Laura Trott - Wendy Houvenaghel - Sarah Storey) Time: 3m: 31s: 835
SILVER: New Zealand
(Lauren Ellis - Jaime Nielsen - Alison Shaks) Time: 3:37:072
BRONZE: United States
(Sarah Hammer - Jennie Reed - Lauren Tamayo) Time: 3:44:274
LADIES TEAM SPEED
(Kristina Vogel - Miriam Welte) Time: 33:143
(TSOs Olena - Shulika Lyubov) Time: 33:869
(Anastasia Voinova - Viktoria Baranova) Time: 33:207
MEN AGAINST CLOCK KM
GOLD: Francois Pervis (France) Time: 10:0:075
SILVER: Simon Van Velthooven (New Zealand) Time: 1:01:160
BRONZE: Filip Ditzel (Czech Republic) Time: 1:02:009
SCRATCH 10 MILES WOMEN
GOLD: Kelly Druyts (Belgium) 12 points
SILVER: Katarzyna Pawlowska (Poland) 10 points
BRONZE: Ahreum Na (Korea) 8 points
MEN'S TEAM PURSUIT
GOLD: New Zealand
(Sam Bewley - Aaron Gate - Marc Ryan - Jesse Sergent)
SILVER: Australia DNF
(Luke Durbridge - Rohan Dennis - Michael Hepburn - Mitchell Mulhern)
BRONZE: Denmark Time: 4:07:387
(Niki Byrgesen - Casper Folsach - Rasmus Quaade - Christian Ranneries)
This Friday, December 2nd will mark the second day of the World Cup in Cali with the dispute of four gold medals in the following tests:
Women Individual Pursuit