Olympic Cycling Results

Tuesday

Men’s Team

Sprint

Qualifying

1. Netherlands (Roy van den Berg; Harrie Lavreysen; Matthijs Buchli), 42.134.

2. Britain (Ryan Owens; Jack Carlin; Jason Kenny), 42.231.

3. Australia (Matthew Richardson; Nathan Hart; Matthew Glaetzer), 42.371.

4. France (Florian Grengbo; Sebastien Vigier; Rayan Helal), 42.722.

5. New Zealand (Sam Dakin; Ethan Mitchell; Sam Webster), 43.066.

6. ROC (Ivan Gladyshev; Denis Dmitriev; Pavel Yakushevskiy), 43.097.

7. Germany (Timo Bichler; Stefan Boetticher; Maximilian Levy), 43.140.

8. Poland (Mateusz Rudyk; Patryk Rajkowski; Krzysztof Maksel), 43.516.

First Round

Heat 1

1. France (Florian Grengbo; Sebastien Vigier; Rayan Helal), 42.294 (QB).

2. New Zealand (Sam Dakin; Ethan Mitchell; Sam Webster), 42.978 (F7/8).

Heat 2

1. Australia (Matthew Richardson; Nathan Hart; Matthew Glaetzer), 42.103 (QB).

2. ROC (Ivan Gladyshev; Denis Dmitriev; Pavel Yakushevskiy), 42.915 (F5/6).

Heat 3

1. Britain (Ryan Owens; Jack Carlin; Jason Kenny), 41.829 (QG).

2. Germany (Timo Bichler; Stefan Boetticher; Maximilian Levy), 42.733 (F5/6).

Heat 4

1. Netherlands (Roy van den Berg; Harrie Lavreysen; Jeffrey Hoogland; Matthijs Buchli), 41.431 (QG).

2. Poland (Mateusz Rudyk; Patryk Rajkowski; Krzysztof Maksel), 43.307 (F7/8).

Finals

Places 7-8

7. New Zealand (Sam Webster; Ethan Mitchell; Callum Saunders; Sam Dakin), 43.703.

8. Poland (Mateusz Rudyk; Patryk Rajkowski; Krzysztof Maksel), 46.431.

Places 5-6

5. Germany (Timo Bichler; Stefan Boetticher; Maximilian Levy).

6. ROC (Denis Dmitriev; Ivan Gladyshev; Pavel Yakushevskiy), REL.

Bronze

3. France (Florian Grengbo; Sebastien Vigier; Rayan Helal), 42.331.

4. Australia (Matthew Richardson; Nathan Hart; Matthew Glaetzer), 44.013.

Gold

1. Netherlands (Roy van den Berg; Harrie Lavreysen; Jeffrey Hoogland; Matthijs Buchli), 41.369.

2. Britain (Ryan Owens; Jack Carlin; Jason Kenny), 44.589.

Pursuit

First Round

Heat 1

1. Canada (Vincent de Haitre; Michael Foley; Derek Gee; Jay Lamoureux), 3:46.769 (F5/6).

2. Germany (Theo Reinhardt; Felix Gross; Leon Rohde; Domenic Weinstein), 3:48.861 (F5/6).

Heat 2

1. Australia (Kelland O’Brien; Sam Welsford; Leigh Howard; Lucas Plapp; Alexander Porter), 3:44.902 (QB).

2. Switzerland (Thery SCHIR; Stefan Bissegger; Valere Thiebaud; Cyrille Thiery; Robin Froidevaux; Mauro Schmid), 3:49.111 (F7/8).

Heat 3

1. Italy (Simone Consonni; Filippo Ganna; Francesco Lamon; Jonathan Milan), 3:42.307 (QG).

2. New Zealand (Aaron Gate; Campbell Stewart; Regan Gough; Jordan Kerby), 3:42.397 (QB).

Heat 4

1. Denmark (Lasse Norman Hansen; Niklas Larsen; Frederik Madsen; Rasmus Pedersen) (QG).

2. Britain (Ethan Hayter; Charlie Tanfield; Ethan Vernon; Oliver Wood; Edward Clancy), 4:28.489 (F7/8).

Women’s Team

Pursuit

First Round

Heat 1

1. Australia (Georgia Baker; Annette Edmondson; Ashlee Ankudinoff; Maeve Plouffe; Alexandra Manly), 4:09.992 (F5/6).

2. New Zealand (Holly Edmondston; Bryony Botha; Rushlee Buchanan; Jaime Nielsen; Kirstie James), 4:10.223 (F7/8).

Heat 2

1. Canada (Allison Beveridge; Ariane Bonhomme; Annie Foreman-Mackey; Georgia Simmerling; Jasmin Duehring), 4:09.249 (QB).

2. France (Marion Borras; Coralie Demay; Valentine Fortin; Marie le Net; Victoire Berteau), 4:11.888 (F7/8).

Heat 3

1. Britain (Katie Archibald; Laura Kenny; Neah Evans; Josie Knight; Elinor Barker), 4:06.748 (QG).

2. United States (Megan Jastrab; Jennifer Valente; Chloe Dygert; Emma White; Lily Williams), 4:07.562 (QB).

Heat 4

1. Germany (Franziska Brausse; Lisa Brennauer; Lisa Klein; Mieke Kroeger), 4:06.159 (QG).

2. Italy (Elisa Balsamo; Letizia Paternoster; Rachele Barbieri; Vittoria Guazzini), 4:10.063 (F5/6).

Finals

7-8

7. France (Victoire Berteau; Marion Borras; Valentine Fortin; Marie le Net; Coralie Demay), 4:10.388.

8. New Zealand (Holly Edmondston; Bryony Botha; Kirstie James; Jaime Nielsen; Rushlee Buchanan), 4:10.600.

5-6

5. Australia (Georgia Baker; Annette Edmondson; Ashlee Ankudinoff; Maeve Plouffe; Alexandra Manly), 4:11.041.

6. Italy (Elisa Balsamo; Letizia Paternoster; Martina Alzini; Vittoria Guazzini; Rachele Barbieri), 4:11.108.

Bronze

3. United States (Megan Jastrab; Jennifer Valente; Chloe Dygert; Emma White; Lily Williams), 4:08.040.

4. Canada (Allison Beveridge; Ariane Bonhomme; Annie Foreman-Mackey; Georgia Simmerling; Jasmin Duehring), 4:10.552.

Gold

1. Germany (Franziska Brausse; Lisa Brennauer; Lisa Klein; Mieke Kroeger), 4:04.242.

2. Britain (Katie Archibald; Laura Kenny; Neah Evans; Josie Knight; Elinor Barker), 4:10.607.

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