2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Women's keirin

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The Women's keirin at the 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on April 7. 22 athletes participated in the contest. After the 4 qualifying heats, the 2 fastest rider in each heat advanced to the second round. The riders that did not advance to the second round raced in 4 repechage heats. The first rider in each heat advanced to the second round along with the 8 that qualified before.

The first 3 riders from each of the 2 Second Round heats advanced to the Final and the remaining riders raced a consolation 7–12 final.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold  Anna Meares (AUS)
Silver  Ekaterina Gnidenko (RUS)
Bronze  Kristina Vogel (GER)

Results[edit]

First Round[edit]

The first round was held at 14:15.[2]

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Anna Meares  Australia Q
2 Kristina Vogel  Germany Q
3 Lee Wai Sze  Hong Kong
4 Natasha Hansen  New Zealand
5 Willy Kanis  Netherlands

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Clara Sanchez  France Q
2 Kaarle McCulloch  Australia Q
3 Victoria Pendleton  Great Britain
4 Miriam Welte  Germany
5 Viktoria Baranova  Russia

Heat 3[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Guo Shuang  China Q
2 Sandie Clair  France Q
3 Simona Krupeckaitė  Lithuania
4 Monique Sullivan  Canada
5 Katie Schofield  New Zealand
6 Olena Tsyos  Ukraine

Heat 4[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Di Mu  China Q
2 Fatehah Mustapa  Malaysia Q
3 Lisandra Guerra  Cuba
4 Ekaterina Gnidenko  Russia
5 Daniela Larreal  Venezuela
6 Maryia Lohvinava  Belarus

First Round Repechage[edit]

The first round repechage was held at 15:40.[3]

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Ekaterina Gnidenko  Russia Q
2 Lee Wai Sze  Hong Kong
3 Katie Schofield  New Zealand

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Victoria Pendleton  Great Britain Q
2 Monique Sullivan  Canada
3 Viktoria Baranova  Russia

Heat 3[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Simona Krupeckaitė  Lithuania Q
2 Willy Kanis  Netherlands
3 Miriam Welte  Germany
4 Maryia Lohvinava  Belarus

Heat 4[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Olena Tsyos  Ukraine Q
2 Lisandra Guerra  Cuba
3 Natasha Hansen  New Zealand
4 Daniela Larreal  Venezuela

Second Round[edit]

The second round was held at 19:30.[4]

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Anna Meares  Australia Q
2 Di Mu  China Q
3 Ekaterina Gnidenko  Russia Q
4 Kaarle McCulloch  Australia
5 Sandie Clair  France
6 Olena Tsyos  Ukraine

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Clara Sanchez  France Q
2 Guo Shuang  China Q
3 Kristina Vogel  Germany Q
4 Fatehah Mustapa  Malaysia
5 Simona Krupeckaitė  Lithuania
6 Victoria Pendleton  United Kingdom

Finals[edit]

The finals were held at 20:20.[5]

Small Final[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
7 Sandie Clair  France
8 Simona Krupeckaitė  Lithuania
9 Kaarle McCulloch  Australia
10 Olena Tsyos  Ukraine
11 Fatehah Mustapa  Malaysia
12 Victoria Pendleton  United Kingdom

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Anna Meares  Australia
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ekaterina Gnidenko  Russia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Kristina Vogel  Germany
4 Guo Shuang  China
5 Clara Sanchez  France
6 Di Mu  China

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