2009 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Women's individual pursuit

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The Women's Individual Pursuit was one of the 9 women's events at the 2009 UCI Track Cycling World Championships, held in Pruszków, Poland on 25 March 2009.

21 Cyclists from 19 countries participated in the contest. After the qualification, the fastest 2 riders advanced to the Final and the 3rd and 4th best riders raced for the bronze medal.[1]

The qualification took place on 25 March and the Finals later the same day.[2]

World record[edit]

World Record
WR 3:24.537  Sarah Ulmer (NZL) Athens Greece 22 August 2004

Qualifying[edit]

Rank Name 1000m 2000m Time Speed
(km/h)
Q
1000-2000 2000-3000
1  Wendy Houvenaghel (GBR) 1:11.502 (2) 2:19.492 (1) 3:29.491 51.553 QF
1:07.990 (2) 1:09.999 (1)
2  Alison Shanks (NZL) 1:12.659 (3) 2:20.300 (2) 3:31.063 51.169 QF
1:07.641 (1) 1:10.763 (2)
3  Vilija Serekaite (LTU) 1:10.619 (1) 2:20.955 (3) 3:33.935 50.482 QB
1:10.336 (4) 1:12.980 (4)
4  Joanna Rowsell (GBR) 1:13.013 (5) 2:23.025 (4) 3:35.028 50.226 QB
1:10.012 (3) 1:12.003 (3)
5  Josephine Tomic (AUS) 1:12.684 (4) 2:23.340 (5) 3:37.780 49.591
1:10.656 (6) 1:14.440 (7)
6  Ellen van Dijk (NED) 1:13.028 (6) 2:23.763 (6) 3:38.373 49.456
1:10.735 (7) 1:14.610 (9)
7  Tara Whitten (CAN) 1:14.215 (10) 2:25.064 (7) 3:38.962 49.323
1:10.849 (9) 1:13.898 (6)
8  Svitlana Halyuk (UKR) 1:14.523 (11) 2:25.367 (8) 3:40.413 48.998
1:10.844 (8) 1:15.046 (12)
9  Leire Olaberria (ESP) 1:17.112 (20) 2:27.750 (12) 3:41.176 48.829
1:10.638 (5) 1:13.426 (5)
10  Verena Joos (GER) 1:14.759 (12) 2:27.680 (11) 3:42.611 48.515
1:12.921 (14) 1:14.931 (11)
11  Charlotte Becker (GER) 1:15.441 (16) 2:28.042 (14) 3:42.821 48.469
1:12.601 (12) 1:14.779 (10)
12  María Luisa Calle (COL) 1:15.824 (19) 2:27.486 (10) 3:42.930 48.445
1:11.662 (10) 1:15.444 (13)
13  Jolien D'Hoore (BEL) 1:15.058 (13) 2:29.397 (17) 3:43.859 48.244
1:14.339 (15) 1:14.462 (8)
14  Lada Kozlíková (CZE) 1:13.358 (7) 2:25.834 (9) 3:43.880 48.240
1:12.476 (11) 1:18.046 (16)
15  Aušrinė Trebaitė (LTU) 1:13.587 (8) 2:28.114 (15) 3:45.160 47.965
1:14.527 (16) 1:17.046 (14)
16  Dalila Rodríguez (CUB) 1:15.137 (14) 2:27.798 (13) 3:45.956 47.796
1:12.661 (13) 1:18.158 (17)
17  Olga Slyusareva (RUS) 1:15.229 (15) 2:29.799 (18) 3:47.161 47.543
1:14.570 (17) 1:17.362 (15)
18  Tatsiana Sharakova (BLR) 1:13.937 (9) 2:28.868 (16) 3:47.636 47.444
1:14.931 (18) 1:18.768 (18)
19  Edyta Jasińska (POL) 1:15.573 (17) 2:32.542 (19) 3:53.744 46.204
1:16.969 (19) 1:21.202 (20)
20  Gema Pascual (ESP) 1:15.722 (18) 2:33.528 (20) 3:56.365 45.692
1:17.806 (20) 1:22.837 (21)
21  Chanpeng Nontasin (THA) 1:21.929 (21) 2:41.039 (21) 4:01.997 44.628
1:19.110 (21) 1:20.958 (19)

Finals[edit]

Rank Name 1000m 2000m Time Speed
(km/h)
1000-2000 2000-3000
Gold Medal Race
Med 1.png  Alison Shanks (NZL) 1:12.977 (2) 2:20.885 (1) 3:29.807 51.475
1:07.908 (1) 1:08.922 (1)
Med 2.png  Wendy Houvenaghel (GBR) 1:12.412 (1) 2:21.672 (2) 3:32.174 50.901
1:09.260 (2) 1:10.502 (2)
Bronze Medal Race
Med 3.png  Vilija Sereikaitė (LTU) 1:11.772 (1) 2:21.537 (1) 3:33.583 50.565
1:09.765 (1) 1:12.046 (2)
4  Joanna Rowsell (GBR) 1:13.770 (2) 2:25.057 (2) 3:35.209 50.183
1:11.287 (2) 1:10.152 (1)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UCI 2009 Track World Championships Women's Individual Pursuit Qualification Official Results" (PDF). Tissot. 
  2. ^ "UCI 2009 Track World Championships Programme" (PDF). UCI. [permanent dead link]