2013 UCI Juniors Track Worlds conclude in Glasgow

  
  


A crash knocked Tara McCormick out of her keirin repechage
Tara McCormick was close to advancing but finished third in her first round keirin heat. Photo: Guy Swarbrick

Glasgow, Scotland (August 11, 2013) — The 2013 UCI Juniors Track World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, finished up on Sunday with Americans competing in the women’s keirin and omnium.

During the morning session, Sarah Huang (Pleasant Prairie, Wis./Exergy TWENTY16) and Tara McCormick (Long Beach, Calif./Exergy TWENTY16) both competed in the women’s keirin. In her round one heat, McCormick just missed advancing after finishing third. She was riding well in her repechage until an unfortunate crash knocked her out of contention. Huang was fifth in her first heat, but only moved up one position in her repechage to fourth and did not advance.

Bailey Semian (Mertztown, Pa./Team TIBCO II) had a strong ride in the scratch race portion of the women’s omnium, riding to fifth place. However, she finished 11th in each of the other rounds and concluded the omnium ranked 11th.

The American men were off on Sunday. James Mellen (Schnecksville, Pa./Sprinter's Edge Track Development Team), Calan Farley (Pittstown, N.J./Chester County Cycling Foundation) and Tyler Nothstein (Orefield, Pa./Chester County Cycling Foundation) competed in the qualifying round of the men’s sprint the day before, but did not advance to Sunday’s finals.

Bailey Semian rides in the scratch race round of the omnium
Bailey Semian rides in the scratch race round of the omnium. Photo: Guy Swarbrick

For more information on the event, including full results and links to video replays, visit the UCI Juniors Track World Championships website.

 

2013 UCI Juniors Track World Championships
August 7-11, 2013
Glasgow, Scotland

FULL RESULTSPHOTO GALLERY

Women’s Omnium
1. Anna Knauer (GER) 19 points
2. Soline Lamboley (FRA) 24 points
3. Emily Kay (GBR) 29 points
11. Bailey Semian (Mertztown, Pa./Team TIBCO II) 60 points

Semian’s Results in Each Omnium Round
FLYING LAP – 11th
POINTS RACE – 11th
ELIMINATION RACE – 11th
INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT – 11th
SCRATCH RACE – 5th
500m TIME TRIAL – 11th

Sarah Huang finished 13th in the women's keirin
Sarah Huang finished 13th overall in the women's keirin. Photo: Guy Swarbrick

Women’s Keirin
1. Melissandre Pain (FRA)
2. Dannielle Khan (GBR)
3. Soojin Kim (KOR)
13. Sarah Huang (Pleasant Prairie, Wis./Exergy TWENTY16)
17. Tara McCormick (Long Beach, Calif./Exergy TWENTY16)

Men’s Sprint
1. Svajunas Jonauskas (LTU)
2. Jeremy Presbury (NZL)
3. Vladislav Fedin (RUS)
37. James Mellen (Schnecksville, Pa./Sprinter's Edge Track Development Team)
38. Calan Farley (Pittstown, N.J./Chester County Cycling Foundation)
40. Tyler Nothstein (Orefield, Pa./Chester County Cycling Foundation)



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