Newell closes Pan Am Championships with third medal

  
  


Elizabeth Newell (r) stands on the podium with her third medal of the Pan Am Championships (photo by Jamie Staff)
Elizabeth Newell (r) stands on the podium with her third medal of the Pan Am Championships (photo by Jamie Staff)
(Mexico City, Mexico - Feb. 11, 2013) - Elizabeth Newell
(Oakland, Calif./Now Cycling-NOW and Novartis for MS) closed out her competition at the 2013 Pan American Continental Track Championships in style on Sunday as she won her third medal of the competition, a bronze in the women's omnium. She finished behind Cuba's Marlies Mejias and Venezuela's Angie Sabrina Gonzales.


Newell also won a bronze medal in the women's individual pursuit on Wednesday and a gold medal in the 10-kilometer scratch race on Friday. She contributed three of the six medals won by the U.S. team during the event.

Madalyn Godby (Louisville, Colo./enCompass Racing) won two bronze medals and set two unofficial national records over the five days of competition. She opened with a bronze medal in the women's 500-meter time trial with a national record time of 34.300, besting the previous mark of 34.426 set by Tammy Thomas in Mexico City in 2001. Two days later, she set her second unofficial national record of the week and captured the bronze medal in the women's 200-meter flying start time trial with a time of 10.933, breaking the previous mark of 11.046 set in 2012 by Tela Crane in Colorado Springs.

In Wednesday's men's team sprint, the trio of Nathan Koch (Los Alamitos, Calif./Bike Religion), Matthew Baranoski (Perkasie, Pa./Pure Energy Cycling) and Kevin Mansker (Long Beach, Calif./Rubicon Cycling) set a national record with a time of 44.031 to finish with the bronze medal behind the teams from Venezuela and Canada. The previous record was 44.036 set in Guadalajara in 2011 by the team of Dean Tracy, Michael Blatchford and Jimmy Watkins.

2013 Pan American Continental Track Championships
Mexico City, Mexico
February 6-10, 2013

|Men's Results|Women's Results|

Day 1
 
Women’s 500-meter Time Trial
Final
1. Lisandra Guerra (Cuba) 33.272
2. Juliana Gaviria (Colombia) 33.933
3. Madalyn Godby (Louisville, Colo./enCompass Racing) 34.300

6. Missy Erickson (Cypress, Calif./Momentum Coaching Group p/b Atomic) 35.488
 
Men’s Points Race
1. Maximo Rojas (Venezuela) – 49 points
2. Jan Carlos Arias (Cuba) - 43 points
3. Manuel Oseas Rodas (Guatemala) - 37 points

Women's Individual Pursuit
Final for Gold
1. Marlies Majias (Cuba) 1:17.208
2. Yudelmis Dominguez (Cuba) DNF

Final for Bronze
3. Elizabeth Newell (Oakland, Calif./Now Cycling-NOW and Novartis for MS)
4. Maria Luisa Calle (Colombia) DNS

7. Ruth Winder ((Lafayette, Calif./Vanderkitten-Focus)

Men's Team Sprint
Final for Gold
1. Venezuela (Cesar Marcano/Hersony Canelon/Angel Pulgar) 43.606
2. Canada (Joseph Veloce/Stephane Cossette/Hugo Barrette) 43.922

Final for Bronze
3. United States - Nathan Koch (Los Alamitos, Calif./Bike Religion), Kevin Mansker (Long Beach, Calif./Rubicon Cycling) and Matthew Baranoski (Perkasie, Pa./Pure Energy Cycling) 44.756
4. Colombia (Ruben Murillo/Fabian Hernando Puerta/Santiago Ramirez) REL

Day 2

Men's Individual Pursuit
Final for Gold
1. Eduardo Sepulveda (Argentina)
2. Mauro Andres Agostini (Argentina) caught

Final for Bronze
3. Jhonatan Restrepo (Colombia) 4:24.465
4. Edibaldo Maldonado (Mexico) 4:29.529

Women's Team Sprint
Final for Gold
1. Colombia (Juliana Gaviria/Martha Bayona) 34.235
2. Cuba (Lisandra Guerra/Laura Arias) 34.525

Final for Bronze
3. Venezuela (Marynes Chiquin Prada/Gleidimar Tapia) 34.253
4. United States - Madalyn Godby (Louisville, Colo./enCompass Racing) and Missy Erickson (Cypress, Calif./Momentum Coaching Group p/b Atomic) 34.364

Women's Team Pursuit
Final for Gold
1. Cuba (Yudelmis Dominguez/Marlies Mejias/Arlenis Sierra) 3:23.401
2. Colombia (Maria Luisa Calle/Serika Guluma/Jannie Milena) 3:23.743

Final for Bronze
3. Venezuela (Jennifer Cesar/Angie Sabrina Gonzales/Daniely Garcia) 3:25.887
4. United States - Lauren Tamayo (Asheville, N.C./Exergy TWENTY16), Elizabeth Newell (Oakland, Calif./Now Cycling-NOW and Novartis for MS) and Ruth Winder (Lafayette, Calif./Vanderkitten-Focus) 3:27.979

Men's Scratch Race
1. Maximiliano Ari Richeze (Argentina)
2. Jan Carlos Arias (Cuba)
3. Maximo Rojas (Venezuela)

Men's Keirin
1. Fabian Hernando Puerta (Colombia)
2. Santiago Ramirez (Colombia)
3. Leandro Hernan Bottasso (Argentina)

5. Matthew Baranoski (Perkasie, Pa./Pure Energy Cycling)
11. Kevin Mansker (Long Beach, Calif./Rubicon Cycling)

Day 3

Women's Scratch Race
1. Elizabeth Newell (Oakland, Calif./Now Cycling-NOW and Novartis for MS)
2. Jannie Milena (Colombia)
3. Yudelmis Dominguez (Cuba)

14. Lauren Tamayo (Asheville, N.C./Exergy TWENTY16)

Women's 200-meter Flying Start Time Trial
1. Lisandra Guerra (Cuba) 10.744
2. Juliana Gaviria (Colombia) 10.756
3. Madalyn Godby (Louisville, Colo./enCompass Racing) 10.933
4. Missy Erickson (Cypress, Calif./Momentum Coaching Group p/b/ Atomic) 11.220

Men's Team Pursuit
1. Colombia 4:05.176
2. Argentina 4:05.218
3. Venezuela 4:08.236

Men's Kilometer Time Trial
1. Fabian Hernando Puerta (Colombia) 1:00.349
2. Angel Pulgar (Venezuela) 1:00.630
3. Anderson Parra (Colombia) 1:00.839

Men's Team Pursuit
Gold Medal Final
1. Argentina 4:02.996
2. Colombia 4:05.416

Bronze Medal Final
3. Mexico 4:09.351
4. Venezuela 4:10.179

Day 4

Men's 200-meter Flying Start Time Trial

1. Hersony Canelon (Venezuela) 9.709
2. Fabian Hernando Puerta (Colombia) 9.731
3. Joseph Veloce (Canada) 9.802

6. Kevin Mansker (Long Beach, Calif./Rubicon Cycling) 9.896
11. Matthew Baranoski (Perkasie, Pa./Pure Energy Cycling) 9.980

Men's Madison
1. Mexico (Diego Jonathan Yepez/Ramon Aguirre)
2. Argentina (Walter Fernando Perez/Eduardo Sepulveda)
3. Cuba (Jan Carlos Arias/Ramon L. Martin)

Women's Individual Sprint
1. Lisandra Guerra (Cuba)
2. Juliana Gaviria (Colombia)
3. Gleidimar Tapia (Venezuela)

5. Madalyn Godby (Louisville, Colo./enCompass Racing)
6. Missy Erickson (Cypress, Calif./Momentum Coaching Group p/b/ Atomic)

Day 5

Women's Keirin

1. Lisandra Guerra (Cuba)
2. Juliana Gaviria (Colombia)
3. Mariesthela Vilera (Venezuela)

4. Missy Erickson (Cypress, Calif./Momentum Coaching Group p/b/ Atomic)
7. Madalyn Godby (Louisville, Colo./enCompass Racing)

Men's Sprint
1. Hersony Canelon (Venezuela)
2. Joseph Veloce (Canada)
3. Santiago Ramirez (Colombia)

6. Matthew Baranoski (Perkasie, Pa./Pure Energy Cycling)
10. Kevin Mansker (Long Beach, Calif./Rubicon Cycling)

Women's Points Race
1. Yudelmis Dominguez (Cuba)
2. Maria Luisa Calle (Colombia)
3. Daniely Garcia (Venezuela)

7. Lauren Tamayo (Asheville, N.C./Exergy TWENTY16)
8. Ruth Winder (Lafayette, Calif./Vanderkitten-Focus)

Men's Omnium
1. Fernando Gaviria (Colombia) 15
2. Jose Alfredo Aguirre (Mexico) 25
3. Pablo Jacob Seisdedos (Chile) 27

Women's Omnium
1. Marlies Mejias (Cuba) 13
2. Angie Sabrina Gonzales (Venezuela) 22
3. Elizabeth Newell (Oakland, Calif./Now Cycling-NOW and Novartis for MS) 28

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