2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Women's team pursuit

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Women's team pursuit
at the 2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
VenueBGŻ Arena
LocationPruszków, Poland
Dates27–28 February
Competitors71 from 17 nations
Teams17
Winning time4:14.333
Medalists
gold medal    Australia
silver medal    Great Britain
bronze medal    New Zealand
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The Women's team pursuit competition at the 2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 27 and 28 February 2019.[1][2]

Results[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

The qualifying was started on 27 February at 13:00.[3] The eight fastest teams advanced to the first round.

Rank Nation Time Behind Notes
1  Australia
Annette Edmondson
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Georgia Baker
Amy Cure
4:14.915 Q
2  Great Britain
Laura Kenny
Katie Archibald
Elinor Barker
Ellie Dickinson
4:15.618 +0.703 Q
3  New Zealand
Rushlee Buchanan
Bryony Botha
Holly Edmondston
Kirstie James
4:19.065 +4.150 Q
4  Italy
Letizia Paternoster
Martina Alzini
Elisa Balsamo
Vittoria Guazzini
4:20.065 +5.150 Q
5  Canada
Allison Beveridge
Ariane Bonhomme
Annie Foreman-Mackey
Georgia Simmerling
4:20.650 +5.735 q
6  Germany
Charlotte Becker
Franziska Brauße
Lisa Brennauer
Lisa Klein
4:24.568 +9.653 q
7  United States
Jennifer Valente
Christina Birch
Kimberly Geist
Emma White
4:25.384 +10.469 q
8  Belgium
Lotte Kopecky
Shari Bossuyt
Jolien D'hoore
Annelies Dom
4:25.825 +10.910 q
9  France
Coralie Demay
Marion Borras
Clara Copponi
Pascale Jeuland
4:27.560 +12.645
10  Ireland
Mia Griffin
Kelly Murphy
Alice Sharpe
Orla Walsh
4:29.148 +14.233
11  Japan
Yumi Kajihara
Kie Furuyama
Kisato Nakamura
Miho Yoshikawa
4:30.76 +15.845
12  Belarus
Ina Savenka
Polina Pivovarova
Aksana Salauyeva
Hanna Tserakh
4:31.329 +16.414
13  Poland
Daria Pikulik
Nikol Płosaj
Justyna Kaczkowska
Lucja Pietrzak
4:32.420 +17.505
14  South Korea
Kim Hyun-ji
Kim You-ri
Lee Ju-mi
Na Ah-reum
4:33.074 +18.159
15  China
Wang Xiaofei
Huang Zhilin
Liu Jiali
Ma Menglu
4:33.634 +18.719
16  Russia
Aleksandra Goncharova
Anastasia Chursina
Tamara Dronova
Daria Malkova
4:33.919 +19.004
17  Ukraine
Hanna Solovey
Oksana Kliachina
Tetyana Klimchenko
Anna Nahirna
4:36.683 +21.768

First round[edit]

The first round was started on 28 February at 18:30.[4]

First round heats were held as follows:
Heat 1: 6th v 7th fastest
Heat 2: 5th v 8th fastest
Heat 3: 2nd v 3rd fastest
Heat 4: 1st v 4th fastest

The winners of heats three and four proceeded to the gold medal race. The remaining six teams were ranked on time, from which the top two proceeded to the bronze medal race.

Rank Heat Nation Time Behind Notes
1 1  Germany
Gudrun Stock
Franziska Brauße
Lisa Brennauer
Lisa Klein
4:21.252
2 1  United States
Jennifer Valente
Christina Birch
Kimberly Geist
Emma White
4:23.721 +2.469
1 2  Canada
Allison Beveridge
Ariane Bonhomme
Annie Foreman-Mackey
Georgia Simmerling
4:17.577 QB
2 2  Belgium
Lotte Kopecky
Shari Bossuyt
Jolien D'hoore
Annelies Dom
4:23.953 +6.376
1 3  Great Britain
Laura Kenny
Katie Archibald
Elinor Barker
Ellie Dickinson
4:14.067 QG
2 3  New Zealand
Rushlee Buchanan
Bryony Botha
Holly Edmondston
Kirstie James
4:17.980 +3.913 QB
1 4  Australia
Alexandra Manly
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Georgia Baker
Amy Cure
4:13.913 QG
2 4  Italy
Letizia Paternoster
Martina Alzini
Elisa Balsamo
Vittoria Guazzini
4:18.528 +4.615
  • QG = qualified for gold medal final
  • QB = qualified for bronze medal final

Finals[edit]

The finals were started on 28 February at 20:48.[5]

Rank Nation Time Behind Notes
Gold medal race
1st, gold medalist(s)  Australia
Annette Edmondson
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Georgia Baker
Amy Cure
4:14.333
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Great Britain
Laura Kenny
Katie Archibald
Elinor Barker
Ellie Dickinson
4:14.537 +0.204
Bronze medal race
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  New Zealand
Michaela Drummond
Bryony Botha
Holly Edmondston
Kirstie James
4:16.479
4  Canada
Allison Beveridge
Ariane Bonhomme
Annie Foreman-Mackey
Georgia Simmerling
4:20.321 +3.842

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