Junior Track World Championships wrap up in Moscow

  
  


The American Junior Track World Championship team collected three medals through the course of the competition in Moscow.
The American Junior Track World Championship team collected three medals through the course of the competition in Moscow.
The Union Cycliste Internationale’s Junior Track World Championships wrapped up Sunday at the Krylatskoe Velodrome in Moscow, Russia. The United States, which collected a total of three medals (one gold and two bronze) through the course of the entire event, finished as the sixth-ranked country.
 
The final day’s races included the men’s keirin. Matthew Baranoski (Perkasie, Pa./SUB 49) registered a seventh-place finish while Kaleb Koch (Glenview, Ill./Cycle Sports Foundation Inc.-ISCorp Cycling Team) placed 25th.
 
Chandler Knop (Monument, Colo./NOW-MS p/b Chipotle) and Collin Berry (Huntington Beach, Calif./VRC-NOW-MS Society) put forth a gutsy ride to place seventh in the men’s 30-kilometer Madison.
 
Addyson Albershardt (Matthews, N.C./FLYING PIGS) and Jacqueline Denny (Liberty, Mo./FLYING PIGS) finished 18th and 22nd, respectively in the women’s individual pursuit.
 
Jennifer Valente (San Diego, Calif./Adams Avenue Bicycles-G S) was 12th in the women’s 500-meter time trial with a time of 37.926 while Chloe Chepigin (Chappaqua, N.Y./Young Medalists-Team Rothrock) finished in 17th with a time of 38.679.
 
Through the entire Union Cycliste Internationale’s Junior Track World Championships at the Krylatskoe Velodrome in Moscow, Russia, the unit also established a pair of unofficial American records, one in the junior men’s team pursuit (4:17.678) and the other in the women’s team pursuit (3:52.574).
 
UCI Junior Track World Championships
Moscow Russia
August 17-21, 2011

 
FULL RESULTS
 
Men’s Keirin
1. Julien Palma (FRA)
2. Nikita Shurshin (RUS)
3. Edgar Ismael Verdugo (MEX)
7. Matthew Baranoski (Perkasie, Pa./SUB 49)
25. Kaleb Koch (Glenview, Ill./Cycle Sports Foundation Inc.-ISCorp Cycling Team)
 
Men’s Madison
1. Australia
2. New Zealand
3. Spain
7. United States of America
                 Collin Berry (Huntington Beach, Calif./VRC-NOW-MS Society)
                 Chandler Knop (Monument, Colo./NOW-MS p/b Chipotle)
 
Women’s Individual Pursuit
1. Mieke Kroger (GER) 2:27.113
2. Georgia Williams (NZL) 2:28.714
3. Aleksandra Chekina (RUS) 2:27.125
18. Addyson Albershardt (Matthews, N.C./FLYING PIGS)
22. Jacqueline Denny (Liberty, Mo./FLYING PIGS)
 
Women’s Time Trial – 500 Meters
1. Anastasiya Voynova (RUS) 34.768
2. Victoria Williamson (GBR) 35.687
3. Daria Shmeleva (RUS) 35.949
12. Jennifer Valente (San Diego, Calif./Adams Avenue Bicycles-G S) 37.926
17. Chloe Chepigin (Chappaqua, N.Y./Young Medalists-Team Rothrock) 38.679

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