2011–12 UCI Track Cycling World Cup

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2011–12 UCI Track Cycling World Cup
Twentieth edition of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup
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Dates4 November 2011 – 19 February 2012
Location Kazakhstan, Colombia, China and United Kingdom
Rounds4
  2010–11
2012–13  

The 2011–12 UCI Track Cycling World Cup (also known as the 2011–2012 UCI Track Cycling World Cup, presented by Samsung for sponsorship reasons [1] ) was a multi-race tournament over a season of track cycling. The season ran from 4 November 2011 to 19 February 2012. The World Cup is organised by the Union Cycliste Internationale. In this edition the World Cup consisted of four rounds in Astana, Cali, Beijing and London.

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The series played a key role in who qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics and had its final round staged in the Veldorome where the 2012 Olympics were later held in London, as well as having a round in the 2008 Summer Olympics Velodrome in Beijing.

Series

The 2011–12 Track Cycling World Cup took place over four rounds, in Astana, Cali, Beijing and London.

Astana

Astana in Kazakhstan was the host city for the first round of the 2011–12 UCI Track Cycling World Cup, which took place between 4 and 6 November 2011. It is the second largest city in the country and held the 2011 Asian Winter Games. The competition took place at the Saryarka Velodrome. [2]

Cali

Beijing

London

Track World Cup in London. 2011-12 Track Cycling World Cup in London (3).jpg
Track World Cup in London.

The fourth round took place in London between 17 and 19 February 2012, and formed part of the 'London Prepares' series of test events for the 2012 Olympics. It was the first event to take place in the Olympic velodrome.

All three medal winning teams in the women's team pursuit went under the previous world record time of 3:19.569, held by the USA. Great Britain's Dani King, Joanna Rowsell and Laura Trott set a new world record of 3:18.148. [3]

The Australian pairing of Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch broke the women's team sprint world record in the qualifying round, setting a new time of 32.828. The previous time of 32.923 was also set by Australia two years previously. But, they failed to repeat the performance in the final, losing to Great Britain's Jess Varnish and Victoria Pendleton who raised the bar to set a new world record of 32.754. [4]

Overall team standings

Overall team standings are calculated based on total number of points gained by the team's riders in each event. The top ten teams after round 4 are listed below: [5]

RankTeamRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total points
1Flag of Germany.svg Germany107931873291
2Flag of France.svg France64715557247
3Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia78304786241
4Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 443013116203
5Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China22197344158
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands63332239157
7Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand485146145
8Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania 14414630131
9Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 42343219127
10Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 40353416125

Results

Men

EventWinnerSecondThird
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan, Astana — 4–6 November 2011 [6] (PDF)
KeirinFlag of Greece.svg  Christos Volikakis  (GRE)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Hoy  (GBR) (Sky Track Cycling)Flag of Russia.svg  Sergey Borisov  (RUS) (Team MTT)
Individual pursuitFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Glenn O'Shea  (AUS)
4:22.048
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Dominique Cornu  (BEL)
4:25.738
Flag of Germany.svg  Nikias Arndt  (GER)
4:24.184
Team pursuit Team RVL
Evgeny Kovalev
Ivan Kovalev
Alexey Markov
Alexander Serov

3:56.127
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia
Edward Bissaker
Alexander Edmondson
Mitchell Mulhern
Glenn O'Shea

4:01.417
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
Levi Heimans
Jenning Huizenga
Wim Stroetinga
Arno van der Zwet

4:04.035
SprintFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Hoy  (GBR) (Sky Track Cycling)Flag of Russia.svg  Denis Dmitriev  (RUS) (Team MTT)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Shane Perkins  (AUS) (Team Jayco–AIS)
Scratch raceFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Gijs Van Hoecke  (BEL)Flag of Argentina.svg  Ángel Colla  (ARG)
-1 lap
Flag of Germany.svg  Nikias Arndt  (GER)
-1 lap
MadisonFlag of Australia (converted).svg Australia
Alexander Edmonson
Glenn O'Shea

22 pts
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Switzerland
Silvan Dillier
Loic Perizzolo

14 pts
Team Lokosphinx
Artur Ershow
Kirill Sveshnikov

12 pts
Team sprint Team ERD
Joachim Eilers
Robert Forstemann
Maximilian Levy

43.474
Team Jayco–AIS
Matthew Glaetzer
Shane Perkins
Scott Sunderland

43.661
Flag of France.svg France
Mickaël Bourgain
Michaël D'Almeida
Kevin Sireau

43.757
OmniumFlag of Germany.svg  Roger Kluge  (GER)
24 pts
Flag of South Korea.svg  Ho Sung Cho  (KOR)
34 pts
Flag of Italy.svg  Elia Viviani  (ITA)
36 pts
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia, Cali — 1–3 December 2011
Sprint [7]

details (PDF)

Flag of Germany.svg  Stefan Botticher  (GER) (Team ERD)Flag of Germany.svg  Maximilian Levy  (GER)Flag of Germany.svg  Robert Forstemann  (GER) (Team ERD)
Kilo [8]

details (PDF)

Flag of France.svg  François Pervis  (FRA)
1:00.075
Flag of New Zealand.svg  Simon Van Velthooven  (NZL)
1:01.160
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Filip Ditzel  (CZE)
1:02.009
Keirin [9]

details (PDF)

Flag of Germany.svg  Maximilian Levy  (GER)Flag of France.svg  François Pervis  (FRA)Flag of Venezuela.svg  Hersony Canelón  (VEN)
Team pursuit [10]

details (PDF)

Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand
Sam Bewley
Aaron Gate
Marc Ryan
Jesse Sergent
caught opponents
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia
Luke Durbridge
Rohan Dennis
Michael Hepburn
Mitchell Mulhern
caught
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
Niki Byrgensen
Casper Folsach
Rasmus Quaade
Christian Ranneries
4:07.387
Team sprint [11]

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Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Rene Enders
Maximilian Levy
Stefan Nimke
43.311
Flag of Germany.svg Germany (Team ERD)
Robert Forstemann
Stefan Botticher
Joachim Eilers
44.230
Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela
César Marcano
Hersony Canelón
Ángel Pulgar
43.991
Points race [12]

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Flag of Spain.svg  Unai Elorriaga Zubiaur  (ESP) (Team Cespa-Euskadi)
46 pts
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Ingmar De Poortere  (BEL)
37 pts
Flag of Colombia.svg  Edwin Ávila  (COL)
32 pts
Ominium [13]

details (PDF)

Flag of Colombia.svg  Juan Esteban Arango  (COL)
28 pts
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Zach Bell  (CAN)
33 pts
Flag of France.svg  Bryan Coquard  (FRA)
34 pts
Madison [14]

details (PDF)

Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia
Juan Esteban Arango
Weimar Roldán
6 pts
Flag of France.svg France
Morgan Kneisky
Vivien Brisse
20 pts, -1 lap
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Switzerland
Cyrille Thiery
Loic Perizzolo
12 pts, -1 lap
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China, Beijing — 20–22 January 2012
Sprint [15]

details (PDF)

Flag of France.svg  Charlie Conord  (FRA)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Lei Zhang  (CHN)Flag of Russia.svg  Denis Dmitriev  (RUS) (Team MTT)
Individual pursuit [16]

details (PDF)

Flag of New Zealand.svg  Peter Latham  (NZL)
4:25.964
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Mitchell Mulhern  (AUS)
4:26.267
Flag of France.svg  Kevin Labeque  (FRA)
4:28.519
Team pursuit [17]

details (PDF)

Flag of Russia.svg Russia (Team RVL)
Evgeny Kovalev
Ivan Kovalev
Alexey Markov
Alexander Serov
3:57.699
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia
Edward Bissaker
Alexander Edmondson
Michael Freiberg
Mitchell Mulhern
4:01.802
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand
Wes Gough
Cameron Karwowski
Peter Latham
Myron Simpson
4:03.758
Team sprint [18]

details (PDF)

Flag of Russia.svg  RUS (Team MTT)
Sergei Kucherov
Denis Dmitriev
Sergey Borisov
44.196
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China
Cheng Changsong
Zheng Lei
Zheng Miao
44.430
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand
Matthew Archibald
Edward Dawkins
Simon Van Velthooven
44.827
Keirin [19]

details (PDF)

Flag of France.svg  François Pervis  (FRA)Flag of Russia.svg  Sergey Borisov  (RUS) (Team MTT)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Andrew Taylor  (AUS)
Scratch race [20]

details (PDF)

Flag of Russia.svg  Kirill Sveshnikov  (RUS) (Team LOK)Flag of Spain.svg  Albert Torres Barcelo  (ESP)
-1 lap
Flag of Belarus.svg  Aliaksandr Lisouski  (BLR)
-1 lap
Madison [21]

details (PDF)

Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Martin Bláha
Vojtech Hacecky
1 pt
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Tim Mertens
5 pts, -1 lap
Flag of Spain.svg Spain
David Muntaner Juaneda
Albert Torres Barcelo
24 pts, -2 laps
Omnium [22]

details (PDF)

Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Glenn O'Shea  (AUS)
20 pts
Flag of France.svg  Bryan Coquard  (FRA)
23 pts
Flag of Germany.svg  Nikias Arndt  (GER)
32 pts
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain, London — 17–19 February 2012
Sprint [23]

details (PDF)

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Hoy  (GBR)Flag of Germany.svg  Maximilian Levy  (GER)Flag of Germany.svg  Robert Forstemann  (GER)
Kilo [24]

details (PDF)

Flag of Germany.svg  Stefan Nimke  (GER)
1:01.211
Flag of France.svg  Michaël D'Almeida  (FRA)
1:02.036
Flag of New Zealand.svg  Simon Van Velthooven  (NZL)
1:02.048
Team pursuit [25]

details (PDF)

Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia
Jack Bobridge
Rohan Dennis
Alexander Edmondson
Michael Hepburn
3:54.615
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain
Steven Burke
Ed Clancy
Peter Kennaugh
Geraint Thomas
3:56.330
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand
Sam Bewley
Aaron Gate
Westley Gough
Marc Ryan
3:59.242
Team sprint [26]

details (PDF)

Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Rene Enders
Robert Förstemann
Maximillian Levy
43.562
Flag of France.svg France
Grégory Baugé
Michaël D'Almeida
Kevin Sireau
43.631
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain
Ross Edgar
Jason Kenny
Chris Hoy
43.781
Keirin [27]

details (PDF)

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Hoy  (GBR)Flag of Germany.svg  Rene Enders  (GER)Flag of France.svg  Mickaël Bourgain  (FRA)
Points Race [28]

details (PDF)

Flag of Spain.svg  Albert Torres Barcelo  (ESP)
58 pts
Flag of Russia.svg  Kirill Sveshnikov  (RUS)
42 pts
Flag of Russia.svg  Artur Ershov  (RUS)
36 pts
Omnium [29]

details (PDF)

Flag of Colombia.svg  Juan Esteban Arango  (COL)
21 pts
Flag of South Korea.svg  Ho Sung Cho  (KOR)
32 pts
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Zach Bell  (CAN)
33 pts

Women

EventWinnerSecondThird
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan, Astana — 4–6 November 2011 [6]
500mFlag of Belarus.svg  Olga Panarina  (BLR)
33.472
Flag of France.svg  Sandie Clair  (FRA)
33.950
Flag of Germany.svg  Miriam Welte  (GER)
34.172
KeirinFlag of France.svg  Clara Sanchez  (FRA)Flag of Germany.svg  Kristina Vogel  (GER)Flag of Russia.svg  Ekaterina Gnidenko  (RUS)
Team pursuit

details

Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
Ellen van Dijk
Kirsten Wild
Amy Pieters
3:21.550 ( NR )
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China
Fan Jiang
Jiang Wenwen
Jing Liang
3:22.079
Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Lisa Brennauer
Charlotte Becker
Madeleine Sandig
3:21.701
SprintFlag of Ukraine.svg  Lyubov Shulika  (UKR)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Anna Meares  (AUS)Flag of Belarus.svg  Olga Panarina  (BLR)
Points race Flag of South Korea.svg  Na Ah-reum  (KOR)
31 pts
Flag of Germany.svg  Stephanie Pohl  (GER)
30 pts
Flag of Italy.svg  Elena Cecchini  (ITA)
29 pts
Team sprintFlag of Australia (converted).svg Australia
Anna Meares
Kaarle McCulloch
32.938
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
Olena Tsyos
Lyubov Shulika
33.313
Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Miriam Welte
Kristina Vogel
33.388
OmniumFlag of Russia.svg  Evgenia Romanyuta  (RUS) (Team RVL)
26 pts
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Dani King  (GBR)
33 pts
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Huang Li  (CHN)
43 pts
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia, Cali — 1–3 December 2011
KeirinFlag of Lithuania.svg  Simona Krupeckaite  (LTU)Flag of Germany.svg  Kristina Vogel  (GER)Flag of France.svg  Virginie Cueff  (FRA)
Individual pursuit Flag of New Zealand.svg  Alison Shanks  (NZL)
3:28.994
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Wendy Houvenaghel  (GBR)
3:33.698
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Lesya Kalytovska  (UKR)
3:35.983
Team pursuit Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain
Laura Trott
Wendy Houvenaghel
Sarah Storey
3:21.830
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand
Lauren Ellis
Jaime Nielsen
Alison Shanks
3:25.618
Flag of the United States.svg United States
Sarah Hammer
Jennie Reed
Lauren Tamayo
3:22.090
SprintFlag of Germany.svg  Kristina Vogel  (GER)Flag of France.svg  Virginie Cueff  (FRA)Flag of Russia.svg  Viktoria Baranova  (RUS)
OminiumFlag of the United States.svg  Sarah Hammer  (USA)
14 pts
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Tara Whitten  (CAN)
28 pts
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Laura Trott  (GBR)
29 pts
Scratch raceFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kelly Druyts  (BEL)Flag of Poland.svg  Katarzyna Pawłowska  (POL)Flag of South Korea.svg  Na Ah-reum  (KOR)
Team sprintFlag of Germany.svg Germany
33.143
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
33.869
Flag of Russia.svg Russia
33.207
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China, Beijing — 20–22 January 2012
Sprint [30]

details (PDF)

Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Shuang Guo  (CHN)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Simona Krupeckaite  (LTU)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Junhong Lin  (CHN) (Team GPC)
500m [31]

details (PDF)

Flag of Cuba.svg  Lisandra Guerra Rodriguez  (CUB)
34.657
Flag of Russia.svg  Anastasiya Voynova  (RUS)
34.898
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Jingjing Shi  (CHN) (Team MSP)
35.012
Team pursuit [32]

details (PDF)

Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
Yelyzaveta Bochkaryova
Svitlana Halyuk
Lyubov Shulika
caught opponents
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus
Alena Dylko
Aksana Papko
Tatsiana Sharakova
caught
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China
Fan Jiang
Wenwen Jiang
Jing Liang
3:22.588
Team sprint [33]

details (PDF)

Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China
Gong Jinjie
Guo Shuang
33.055
Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania
Simona Krupeckaite
Gintare Gaivenyte
33.747
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China (Team MSP)
Xu Yulei
Shi Jingjing
33.831
Keirin [34]

details (PDF)

Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Shuang Guo  (CHN)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Simona Krupeckaite  (LTU)Flag of Venezuela.svg  Daniela Larreal  (VEN)
Points race [35]

details (PDF)

Flag of Belarus.svg  Aksana Papko  (BLR)
15 pts
Flag of Poland.svg  Katarzyna Pawłowska  (POL)
12 pts
Flag of Russia.svg  Victoria Kondel  (RUS) (Team RVL)
10 pts
Ominium [36]

details (PDF)

Flag of Russia.svg  Evgenia Romanyuta  (RUS) (Team RVL)
27 pts
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Li Huang  (CHN) (Team GPC)
34 pts
Flag of Poland.svg  Małgorzata Wojtyra  (POL)
36 pts
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain, London — 17–19 February 2012
Sprint [37]

details (PDF)

Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Shuang Guo  (CHN)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Anna Meares  (AUS)Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Lee Wai Sze  (HKG)
Individual pursuit [38]
details
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Joanna Rowsell  (GBR)
3:32.364
Flag of New Zealand.svg  Alison Shanks  (NZL)
3:33.406
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Amy Cure  (AUS)
3:36.707
Team pursuit [3]
details
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain
Dani King
Joanna Rowsell
Laura Trott
3:18.148
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Canada
Gillian Carleton
Jasmin Glaesser
Tara Whitten
3:18.982
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia
Amy Cure
Annette Edmondson
Josephine Tomic
3:19.164
Team sprint [4]

details (PDF)

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain
Jess Varnish
Victoria Pendleton
32.754
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia
Anna Meares
Kaarle McCulloch
32.945
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg China
Gong Jinjie
Guo Shuang
33.060
Keirin [39]

details (PDF)

Flag of Lithuania.svg  Simona Krupeckaite  (LTU)Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Lee Wai Sze  (HKG)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Shuang Guo  (CHN)
Scratch race [40]

details (PDF)

Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Melissa Hoskins  (AUS)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jarmila Machačová  (CZE)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Lesya Kalytovska  (UKR)
Omnium [41]

details (PDF)

Flag of the United States.svg  Sarah Hammer  (USA)
30 pts
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Annette Edmondson  (AUS)
30 pts
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Laura Trott  (GBR)
32 pts

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