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Cycling - 04. November 2011.

World Cup Track Day 2 Kazahstan

Great Britain has endured an indifferent two sessions as they began their Track World Cup campaign on day two in Astana, Kazakhstan, narrowly missing out on a medal in the women's team sprint and 500m TT and a seventh place in the men's team sprint. 

Jess Varnish and Becky James qualified third in the women's team sprint and confidently backed up their time in the final with a 33.588, but Germany took nearly three-tenths of a second off their qualifying time to take the medal with a 33.338.

Varnish again missed out on a podium placing in the 500m TT - recording a personal best of 34.293 - which was only good enough for fourth.



Morning Session


Women’s Team Sprint – Qualifying

1. Australia 33.026
2. Ukraine 33.492
3. Great Britain (Jess Varnish/Becky James) 33.553
4. Germany 33.633


Evening Session


Women's Team Sprint Finals

1. Australia 32.938
2. Ukraine 33.313

3. Germany 33.338
4. Great Britain 33.588 (Jess Varnish/Becky James)

Women’s 500m Time Trail

1. O.Pararina BLR 33.472
2. S. Clair FRA 33.950
3. M.Welte GER 34.172
4. Jess Varnish GBR 34.293


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