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2011 Oce

  1. 1. 2010 AUSTRALIAN TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Heading 1 $1.00 PE R BOOK Oceania Track Cycling Championships 24-27 November 2010 Adelaide Super-Drome IMAGEANNAMEARES/CYCLINGAUSTRALIA/JOHNVEAGE
  2. 2. OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Minister’s Welcome 1 As Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing I am delighted to welcome you to the Oceania Track Cycling Championships. Message from the Honorable Michael Wright MP Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing The State Government is proud to host this premier track cycling event at the Adelaide Super Drome. I also acknowledge the support of Cycling Australia and Cycling SA, and the many volunteers who make this event possible. Once again South Australians have an opportunity to see some of the fastest cyclists in the world compete in our world class Super-Drome, which is also home to the Australian Institute of Sport’s Track Cycling program that performed so well at the recent Commonwealth Games in Delhi. South Australia is a proud cycling state with other events such as the Tour Down Under in January, and the Mountain Bike Championships at Eagle MTB Park in February, providing further opportunities to see the fastest and most skilled riders in Australia and the world compete on and off-road. I hope all competitors, visitors and spectators to this year’s Oceania Track Cycling Championships enjoy South Australia’s wonderful hospitality, and I wish all competitors the very best of luck in your respective events. Michael Wright MP Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing
  3. 3. OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS President’s Welcome2 Welcome from Mike Turtur OAM President of the Oceania Cycling Confederation On behalf of the Oceania Cycling Confederation I wish to welcome you all back to Adelaide and the Super-Drome. These Oceania Championships form part of the selection criteria for the London Olympics, so more than ever they are very important to nations and athletes. Oceania cyclists have again in recent times excelled with some incredible sporting performances at world level. The staging of the highly successful UCI Road World Championships in Victoria was a historic moment for our region and we look forward to other World Championships in the near future with the 2012 UCI Track World Championship in Melbourne and the 2012 UCI Junior Track World Championships in Invercargill. Following these Championship we head to Melbourne for the UCI World Track Cup round which will continue the qualifying period for London. As President I am very proud of the fact that athletes from our region continue to perform at a very high level, these performances can be traced back to the extremely successful high performance programs in both Australia and New Zealand. It is pleasing to see that in all disciplines from both countries continue to turn out athletes who have performed with distinction all over the world. The Oceania Cycling Confederation introduced this year a new development program under the guidance of Vice President Development Mike Victor with the aim of increasing the number of member countries in our region. With support from the UCI we have had some exciting progress in our region and are confident that by the end of 2011 we will have new members of Oceania registered. The program is critical in securing the future of our sport in the region and increasing participation. Finally, I wish to thank the staff of Cycling Australia, Cycling South Australia, the South Australian Office for Recreation and Sport, the Adelaide Super-Drome and all sponsors for making this series possible, I am sure we will witness fantastic racing with record performances across the board. I extend to all athletes and officials best wishes for the series and hope that your preparation delivers the performances you are striving to achieve.
  4. 4. Chief Commissaire Greg Griffiths Principal Commissaires Lee Hubbard Ken Martin Secretary Fiona Pyke Judge/Referee Gary Pemberton Commissaires Helen Baird Lyle Baird Genine Hallandal Terry Matheson Murray Sallaway Su Spencer Graham Sycamore Matthew Wright Barbara Wyles Event Staff Jenny Hughes Office for Recreation and Sport Peter Ali Office for Recreation and Sport Graham McArthur Office for Recreation and Sport Evan Dickson Office for Recreation and Sport Lyriane Beuzeville Cycling Australia Gennie Sheer Cycling Australia Thankyou to all our valuable volunteers OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Championship Officials 3
  5. 5. OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Guide to Events Sprint The sprint is one of the oldest cycling events making its first appearance at World Championships in Chicago in 1893. It is a classic short distance event in which two or more riders cover three laps. Only the final 200 metres is timed and the winner is the first across the line. Sprinters must be strong and fast but the key to success is tactics. Sudden and dramatic changes in pace, standstill attempts and feints are typical ways to try and outwit an opponent. Riders obtain a seeding through the qualifying 200 metre flying time trial and from then on race head to head. Individual Time Trial The time trial is a race against the clock with no room for error. The difference between gold and silver can be as little as a thousandth of a second. The bike is locked in a starting gate and riders must time their first pedal stroke to match the gate release. From the standing start they must quickly get up to maximum speed and maintain it for the distance. Keirin Keirin was created in the 1940’s and is the Japanese version of the traditional sprint event. Up to seven riders compete over 2000m. A special motorised bike called a derny leads the field for the first 5½ laps starting at 30km/h and bringing the riders up to a speed of 50km/h (25km/h to 45km/h for women). Cyclists manoeuvre for the best position before the derny leaves the track. Then the battle of strength, speed and courage begins. Teams Sprint Two teams of three riders (two riders for women) race each other and the clock. The lead rider on each team must get out of the gate cleanly and bring the team up to speed as fast as possible. After one lap it’s the turn of the next rider to put in the effort and for the final lap only one rider remains. Individual Pursuit The individual pursuit is an endurance event and is conducted as a knock out tournament. The goal is to ride the fastest time over the distance. The fastest two riders in the qualifying round race in the gold medal final and the next two fastest contest the bronze medal final. In qualifying all riders complete the distance to post a time but in the finals if a rider overtakes their opponent they are declared the winner. Scratch Race The scratch race begins with a massed start and the first rider across the line wins. Tactics are important in this event, with endurance riders keeping the pace fast and furious from the gun in an effort to eliminate the specialist sprinters, who in turn will try and shelter within the group to conserve their strength in the final placings. 4
  6. 6. OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Guide to Events 5 Points Race This is an event where the final placings are determined according to accumulated points won by riders during sprints or by taking laps on their opponents. Points (5,3,2,1) are awarded to the first four across the line in the intermediate sprints, every ten laps and at the finish. 20 points are given to a rider who laps the main field and any rider who drops a lap on the main field loses 20 points. At the end of the race if two or more riders are equal on points the places in the final sprint determine who wins. Speed, endurance, concentration and ability to read the race and react quickly are all found in a successful points rider. Teams Pursuit This is a true test of technique and teamwork. Four cyclists (three cyclists for women) line up and their success relies on how well they work together. The rider on the front must keep the pace as high as possible but not ride so fast that they surge away from their team mates. The cyclists must ride as close as possible to the rear wheel of the rider in front of them to gain every possible aerodynamic benefit but make sure they don’t touch wheels. The riders swing up the track at the end of their ‘turn’ on the front leaving the next rider to set the pace. The time is taken on the front wheel of the third rider across the line. Omnium The Omnium is a new event on the Olympic program. It is designed to formulate the “ironman of cycling” and discover the most versatile cyclist of track racing. The event consists of six events held over two days starting with a flying lap, then a points race, an elimination race, an individual pursuit, scratch race and finally a time trial. From each of the six events the competitors will be ranked from first to last place. The overall Omnium winner will be determined by the cyclist who has accumulated the lowest total of the rankings for the six events.
  7. 7. OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Competitors - Elite Men6 1 Jonathan BATHE WA 2 Alex BIRD ACT 3 Edward BISSAKER ACT 4 Jack BOBRIDGE SA 5 Alexander BUBNER SA 6 Mitchell BULLEN NSW 7 Nathan CORRIGAN-MARTELLA VIC 8 Aaron DONNELLY NSW 9 Daniel ELLIS ACT 10 Matthew GLAETZER SA 11 James GLASSPOOL SA 12 Mark GLOWACKI SA 13 Stephen HALL WA 14 Maddison HAMMOND VIC 15 Michael HEPBURN QLD 16 Leigh HOWARD VIC 17 Damien HOWSON SA 18 Duane JOHANSEN WA 19 Jordan KERBY QLD 20 Scott LAW NSW 21 Jamie LEMURA SA 22 Peter LEWIS NSW 23 Mitchell LOVELOCK-FAY ACT 24 Cameron MEYER WA 25 David MILLER SA 26 Mitchell MULHERN QLD 27 Brent NELSON VIC 28 Jason NIBLETT VIC 29 Patrick NORTON SA 30 Shane PERKINS VIC 31 Gary RYAN ACT 32 Scott SUNDERLAND WA 33 Andrew TAYLOR NSW 34 Alexander TRUMBLE WA 35 John ZIVANOVIC SA 36 Jason ALLEN NZL 37 Shane ARCHBOLD NZL 38 Matthew ARCHIBALD NZL 39 Edward DAWKINS NZL 40 Aaron GATE NZL 41 Wes GOUGH NZL 42 Cameron KARWOWSKI NZL 43 Ethan MITCHELL NZL 44 Marc RYAN NZL 45 Tom SCULLY NZL 46 Nathan SEDDON NZL 47 Myron SIMPSON NZL 48 Simon VAN VELTHOOVEN NZL 49 Sam WEBSTER NZL No Name State/Nat No Name State/Nat
  8. 8. OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Competitors - Under 19 Men 7 51 Oliver ANDERSON SA 52 Michael ASTELL TAS 53 Mitchell BENSON WA 54 Edward COAD SA 55 Samuel CROFT SA 56 Jack CUMMINGS VIC 57 Zac DELLER QLD 58 Alexander EDMONDSON SA 59 Caleb EWAN NSW 60 Ben FERGUSSON SA 61 Kyle FRANSON SA 62 Jaron GARDINER VIC 63 Justin GASSNER SA 64 Lachlan GLASSPOOL SA 65 Nathan HART ACT 66 Emerson HARWOOD VIC 67 Evan HULL VIC 68 Robert-Jon McCARTHY SA 69 Jack McCULLOCH NSW 70 Tirian MCMANUS NSW 71 Timothy MCMILLAN NSW 72 Alexander MORGAN VIC 73 Phillip MUNDY SA 74 Fraser NORTHEY SA 75 Shaun O’CALLAGHAN VIC 76 Luke PARKER VIC 77 Cameron PARLEVLIET VIC 78 Thomas REGAN NSW 79 Rick SANDERS VIC 80 Jacob SCHMID VIC 81 Miles SCOTSON SA 82 George TANSLEY SA 83 Jack WARD WA 84 Matthew WITTS SA 85 Luke ZACCARIA WA 86 Tom BEADLE NZL 87 Kristoff FORD NZL 88 Tayla HARRISON NZL 89 Patrick JONES NZL 90 Jacob JUNGHANNS NZL 91 Matiu KAIHAU NZL 92 Dylan KENNETT NZL 93 Hayden McCORMICK NZL 94 Matt NOBLE NZL 95 Hamish SCHREURS NZL No Name State/Nat No Name State/Nat
  9. 9. OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Competitors - Elite Women8 96 Katherine BATES NSW 97 Catherine CULVENOR ACT 98 Megan DUNN NSW 99 Annette EDMONDSON SA 100 Elizabeth GEORGOURAS SA 101 Belinda GOSS TAS 102 Melissa HOSKINS WA 103 Emy HUNTSMAN VIC 104 Cassandra KELL NSW 105 Sarah KENT WA 106 Isabella KING WA 107 Jessica LAWS VIC 108 Carly LIGHT SA 109 Laura MCCAUGHEY TAS 110 Kaarle McCULLOCH NSW 111 Anna MEARES SA 112 Stephanie MORTON SA 113 Sinead NOONAN SA 114 Sophie OOTES SA 115 Nikolina ORLIC QLD 116 Emily ROSEMOND QLD 117 Josephine TOMIC WA 118 Rebecca WERNER SA 119 Holly WILLIAMS WA 120 Kaytee BOYD NZL 121 Sequoia COOPER NZL 122 Gemma DUDLEY NZL 123 Lauren ELLIS NZL 124 Natasha HANSEN NZL 125 Henrietta MITCHELL NZL 126 Alexandra NEEMS NZL 127 Jamie NEILSEN NZL 128 Alison SHANKS NZL 129 Dale TYE NZL No Name State/Nat No Name State/Nat
  10. 10. 9 OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Competitors - Under 19 Women 131 Georgia BAKER TAS 132 Rikki BELDER SA 133 Emily BUTCHER TAS 134 Letitia CUSTANCE SA 135 Imogen JELBART VIC 136 Taylah JENNINGS QLD 137 Madison LAW NSW 138 Jessica MUNDY SA 139 Alexandra O’DEA QLD 140 Allison RICE ACT 141 Adele SYLVESTER VIC 142 Stephanie McKENZIE NZL 143 Paige PATERSON NZL 144 Racquel SHEATH NZL 145 Olivia WIEBLITZ NZL 146 Georgia WILLIAMS NZL 147 Georgina WILSON NZL No Name State/Nat No Name State/Nat
  11. 11. 10 Event Session 1 - Wednesday 24 November - 12.30pm 1 Women & U19 Omnium Round 1 - Flying Lap 2 Men Omnium Round 1 - Flying Lap 3 Women U19 2000 metre Individual Pursuit Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) 4 Men U19 3000 metre Individual Pursuit Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) 5 Women & U19 Omnium Round 2 - 20km Points Race 6 Men Omnium Round 2 - 30km Points Race 7 Women & U19 Team Sprint Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) 8 Men U19 Team Sprint Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) 9 Men U19 Scratch Race Qualifying Heats (2 x 5km: 1st 12 to final) Event Session 2 - Wednesday 24 November - 6.00pm 10 Women U19 2000 metre Individual Pursuit Final (3rd & 4th, 1st & 2nd) 11 Men U19 3000 metre Individual Pursuit Final (3rd & 4th, 1st & 2nd) 12 Women & U19 Omnium Round 3 – Elimination 13 Men Omnium Round 3 – Elimination 14 Women & U19 Team Sprint Final AUS v NZL Presentations in event order 15 Men U19 Team Sprint Final AUS v NZL 16 Men 1km Time Trial Final (2 up) 17 Women 500 metre Time Trial Final (2 up) Presentations in event order 18 Women U19 7.5km Scratch Race Final 19 Men U19 10km Scratch Race Final 20 Women 10km Scratch Race Final 21 Men 15km Scratch Race Final Presentations in event order Event Session 3 - Thursday 25 November - 12.00pm 22 Women Sprint 200m qualify (Fastest 8 qualify for ¼ finals) 23 Men Sprint 200m qualify (Fastest 8 qualify for ¼ finals) 24 Women 3000 metre Individual Pursuit Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) 25 Women Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 1 26 Men Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 1 27 Women Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 2 28 Men Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 2 29 Men 4000 metre Individual Pursuit Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Event Schedule
  12. 12. 11 OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Event Schedule 30 Women Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 3 if required 31 Men Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 3 if required 32 Women & U19 Omnium Round 4 - 3000 metre Pursuit 33 Men Omnium Round 4 - 4000 metre Pursuit 34 Women Sprint 5th to 8th places 35 Men Sprint 5th to 8th places Event Session 4 - Thursday 25 November - 6.00pm 36 Women Sprint Semi Final Heat 1 37 Men Sprint Semi Final Heat 1 38 Women & U19 Omnium Round 5 – 10km Scratch Race 39 Women Sprint Semi Final Heat 2 40 Men Sprint Semi Final Heat 2 41 Men Omnium Round 5 - 15km Scratch Race 42 Women Sprint Semi Final Heat 3 if required 43 Men Sprint Semi Final Heat 3 if required 44 Women U19 500 metre Time Trial Final (2 up) 45 Men U19 1km Time Trial Final (2 up) 46 Women 3000 metre Individual Pursuit Final (3rd & 4th, 1st & 2nd) 47 Men 4000 metre Individual Pursuit Final (3rd & 4th, 1st & 2nd) Presentations in event order 48 Women Sprint Final Heat 1 49 Men Sprint Final Heat 1 50 Women & U19 Omnium Final Round 6 - 500 metre Time Trial (2 up) 51 Men Omnium Final Round 6 - 1000 metre Time Trial (2 up) 52 Women Sprint Final Heat 2 53 Men Sprint Final Heat 2 Presentations in event order 54 Women Sprint Final Heat 3 if required 55 Men Sprint Final Heat 3 if required 56 Men U19 20km Points Race Final Presentations in event order Event Session 5 - Friday 26 November - 1.00pm 57 Women U19 Sprint 200m qualify (Fastest 8 qualify for ¼ finals) 58 Men U19 Sprint 200m qualify (Fastest 8 qualify for ¼ finals) 59 Men U19 Omnium Round 1 – Flying Lap
  13. 13. 12 OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Event Schedule 60 Women U19 Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 1 61 Men U19 Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 1 62 Women U19 Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 2 63 Men U19 Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 2 64 Men Keirin Round 1 (3 heats, 1st 2 to Semi Final) 65 Women U19 Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 3 if required 66 Men U19 Sprint ¼ Finals Heat 3 if required 67 Men U19 Omnium Round 2 - 15km Points Race 68 Men Keirin Repechage (2 heats, 1st 3 to Semi Final) 69 Women U19 Sprint 5th to 8th places 70 Men U19 Sprint 5th to 8th places Event Session 6 - Friday 26 November - 6.00pm 71 Women U19 Sprint Semi Final Heat 1 72 Men U19 Sprint Semi Final Heat 1 73 Men Keirin Semi Final (2 heats, first 3 to final, rest to 7-12) 74 Women U19 Sprint Semi Final Heat 2 75 Men U19 Sprint Semi Final Heat 2 76 Women U19 Sprint Semi Final Heat 3 if required 77 Men U19 Sprint Semi Final Heat 3 if required 78 Men U19 Omnium Round 3 - Elimination 79 Women U19 Sprint Final Heat 1 80 Men U19 Sprint Final Heat 1 81 Men Keirin 7th to 12th places 82 Men Keirin Final 83 Women U19 Sprint Final Heat 2 84 Men U19 Sprint Final Heat 2 85 Women & U19 20km Points Race Final 86 Men U19 Sprint Final Heat 3 if required 87 Men U19 Sprint Final Heat 3 if required Presentations in event order 88 Men 30km Points Race Final Presentation Event Session 7 - Saturday 27 November - 1.00pm 89 Women & U19 Keirin Round 1 (3 heats, 1st 2 to Semi Final) 90 Men U19 Keirin Round 1 (3 heats, 1st 2 to Semi Final)
  14. 14. 13 OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Event Schedule 91 Men U19 4000 metre Team Pursuit Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) 92 Men U19 Omnium Round 4 - 3000 metre Pursuit 93 Women & U19 Keirin Repechage (2 heats, 1st 3 to Semi Final) 94 Men U19 Keirin Repechage (2 heats, 1st 3 to Semi Final) 95 Women & U19 3000m Team Pursuit Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) 96 Men 4000m Team Pursuit Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) Event Session 8 - Saturday 27 November - 6.00pm 97 Men Team Sprint Qualifying (Fastest 4 to finals) 98 Men U19 Omnium Round 5 - 10km Scratch Race 99 Women & U19 Keirin Semi Final (1st 3 to final, rest to 7-12) 100 Men U19 Keirin Semi Final (1st 3 to final, rest to 7-12) 101 Women & U19 3000m Team Pursuit Final AUS v NZL 102 Men 4000m Team Pursuit Final AUS v NZL Presentations in event order 103 Men U19 Omnium Final Round 6 - 1km Time Trial (2 up) 104 Men Team Sprint Final AUS v NZL Presentations in event order 105 Women & U19 Keirin 7th to 12th places 106 Women & U19 Keirin Final 107 Men U19 Keirin 7th to 12th places 108 Men U19 Keirin Final Presentations in event order 109 Men U19 4000 metre Team Pursuit Final AUS v NZL 110 Men 40km Madison Final Presentations in event order
  15. 15. OCEANIA TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Notes14
  16. 16. 2010 AUSTRALIAN TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Heading 15 Cycling Australia thanks the organisations who support our sport PRINCIPAL SPONSOR & PARTNER SUPPORTING ORGANISATIONS & AFFILIATES MAJOR PARTNER SPONSORS AND OFFICIAL SUPPLIERS

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