2013 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Women's omnium

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The Women's omnium at the 2013 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held February 23–24. 17 athletes participated in the contest.[1] The final standings were determined by adding ranks in the six events.

Medalists[edit]

Gold  Sarah Hammer (USA)
Silver  Laura Trott (GBR)
Bronze  Annette Edmondson (AUS)

Individual event results[edit]

Flying Lap[edit]

250m flying start; the race was held at 15:50.[2]

Rank Name Nation Time
1 Annette Edmondson  Australia 14.209
2 Gillian Carleton  Canada 14.239
3 Laura Trott  United Kingdom 14.325
4 Sarah Hammer  United States 14.471
5 Leire Olaberria  Spain 14.535
6 Katarzyna Pawłowska  Poland 14.591
7 Tamara Balabolina  Russia 14.651
8 Huang Li  China 14.718
9 Laurie Berthon  France 14.734
10 Xiao Juan Diao  Hong Kong 14.994
11 Lucie Záleská  Czech Republic 15.063
12 Lisa Brennauer  Germany 15.098
13 Els Belmans  Belgium 15.201
13 Volha Masiukovich  Belarus 15.322
15 Ivanna Borovychenko  Ukraine 15.364
16 Alžbeta Pavlendová  Slovakia 15.402
17 Simona Frapporti  Italy 15.679

Points Race[edit]

The points race was 80 laps (20 km) with 8 sprints; the race was held at 17:20.[3]

Rank Name Nation Points
1 Lisa Brennauer  Germany 29
2 Katarzyna Pawłowska  Poland 27
3 Sarah Hammer  United States 25
4 Huang Li  China 25
5 Els Belmans  Belgium 23
6 Simona Frapporti  Italy 22
7 Xiao Juan Diao  Hong Kong 20
8 Annette Edmondson  Australia 15
9 Leire Olaberria  Spain 10
10 Laura Trott  United Kingdom 9
11 Ivanna Borovychenko  Ukraine 8
12 Gillian Carleton  Canada 7
13 Laurie Berthon  France 5
14 Tamara Balabolina  Russia 3
15 Volha Masiukovich  Belarus 0
16 Alžbeta Pavlendová  Slovakia 0
17 Lucie Záleská  Czech Republic 0

Elimination Race[edit]

An elimination race ended day one; the race was held at 21:45.[4]

Rank Name Nation
1 Laura Trott  United Kingdom
2 Sarah Hammer  United States
3 Katarzyna Pawłowska  Poland
4 Lisa Brennauer  Germany
5 Leire Olaberria  Spain
6 Annette Edmondson  Australia
7 Simona Frapporti  Italy
8 Huang Li  China
9 Lucie Záleská  Czech Republic
10 Ivanna Borovychenko  Ukraine
11 Xiao Juan Diao  Hong Kong
12 Tamara Balabolina  Russia
13 Alžbeta Pavlendová  Slovakia
14 Laurie Berthon  France
15 Volha Masiukovich  Belarus
16 Gillian Carleton  Canada
17 Els Belmans  Belgium

Individual Pursuit[edit]

3 km individual pursuit started day two; the race was held at 10:00.[5]

Rank Name Nation Time
1 Sarah Hammer  United States 3:31.550
2 Gillian Carleton  Canada 3:33.486
3 Laura Trott  United Kingdom 3:34.716
4 Annette Edmondson  Australia 3:40.260
5 Katarzyna Pawłowska  Poland 3:41.261
6 Leire Olaberria  Spain 3:41.830
7 Lisa Brennauer  Germany 3:42.624
8 Tamara Balabolina  Russia 3:45.514
9 Huang Li  China 3:45.742
10 Simona Frapporti  Italy 3:46.188
11 Ivanna Borovychenko  Ukraine 3:46.534
12 Lucie Záleská  Czech Republic 3:48.020
13 Els Belmans  Belgium 3:51.637
14 Volha Masiukovich  Belarus 3:53.098
15 Laurie Berthon  France 3:54.289
16 Xiao Juan Diao  Hong Kong 3:54.774
17 Alžbeta Pavlendová  Slovakia 3:59.005

Scratch Race[edit]

A 10 km scratch race was the second event on day two; the race was held at 11:25.[6]

Rank Name Nation Laps Down
1 Els Belmans  Belgium
2 Laurie Berthon  France −1
3 Laura Trott  United Kingdom −1
4 Sarah Hammer  United States −1
5 Annette Edmondson  Australia −1
6 Gillian Carleton  Canada −1
7 Lisa Brennauer  Germany −1
8 Huang Li  China −1
9 Katarzyna Pawłowska  Poland −1
10 Tamara Balabolina  Russia −1
11 Leire Olaberria  Spain −1
12 Xiao Juan Diao  Hong Kong −1
13 Ivanna Borovychenko  Ukraine −1
14 Simona Frapporti  Italy −1
15 Lucie Záleská  Czech Republic −1
16 Volha Masiukovich  Belarus −1
Alžbeta Pavlendová  Slovakia DNS

500 m Time Trial[edit]

The last event was 500 m time trial; the race was held at 14:10.[7]

Rank Name Nation Time
1 Gillian Carleton  Canada 35.510
2 Annette Edmondson  Australia 35.533
3 Tamara Balabolina  Russia 35.628
4 Laura Trott  United Kingdom 35.675
5 Leire Olaberria  Spain 35.866
6 Sarah Hammer  United States 36.053
7 Katarzyna Pawłowska  Poland 36.374
8 Laurie Berthon  France 36.697
9 Huang Li  China 36.920
10 Lisa Brennauer  Germany 37.194
11 Els Belmans  Belgium 37.502
12 Lucie Záleská  Czech Republic 37.522
13 Simona Frapporti  Italy 37.600
14 Xiao Juan Diao  Hong Kong 38.136
15 Volha Masiukovich  Belarus 38.550
16 Ivanna Borovychenko  Ukraine 38.566

Final standings[edit]

The final result after six events.[8]

Rank Name Nation Points
1st, gold medalist(s) Sarah Hammer  United States 20
2nd, silver medalist(s) Laura Trott  United Kingdom 24
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Annette Edmondson  Australia 26
4 Katarzyna Pawłowska  Poland 32
5 Gillian Carleton  Canada 39
6 Leire Olaberria  Spain 41
7 Lisa Brennauer  Germany 41
8 Huang Li  China 46
9 Tamara Balabolina  Russia 54
10 Els Belmans  Belgium 60
11 Laurie Berthon  France 61
12 Simona Frapporti  Italy 67
13 Xiao Juan Diao  Hong Kong 70
14 Ivanna Borovychenko  Ukraine 76
15 Lucie Záleská  Czech Republic 76
16 Volha Masiukovich  Belarus 89
17 Alžbeta Pavlendová  Slovakia DNF

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