Cycling at the 2018 Commonwealth Games

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Cycling
at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Cycling (mountain biking) 2018 Commonwealth Games.svg Cycling (road) 2018 Commonwealth Games.svg Cycling (track) 2018 Commonwealth Games.svg
VenueCurrumbin Beachfront (road)
Nerang National Park (mountain biking)
Anna Meares Velodrome (track)
Dates10 & 14 April 2018 (road)
12 April 2018 (mountain biking)
5–8 April 2018 (track)
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Cycling at the 2018 Commonwealth Games was held at the Currumbin Beachfront (road), Nerang National Park (mountain biking), both of which are located in the Gold Coast and Anna Meares Velodrome (track, located in Brisbane) from 5 to 14 April.[1][2]

A total of 26 events were held: 4 in road cycling, 2 in mountain biking and 20 in track cycling (including four events in para-track cycling). The 26 events were evenly split between men and women. This was done after the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) added more women's events in October 2016, to make the games a gender-equal games in terms of overall medal events.[3][4]

Schedule[edit]

H Heats/qualifying ¼ Quarterfinals ½ Semifinals F Final
Road cycling and mountain biking
Date
Event
Tue 10 Wed 11 Thu 12 Fri 13 Sat 14
Road cycling
Men's road race F
Men's time trial F
Women's road race F
Women's time trial F
Mountain biking
Men's cross-country F
Women's cross-country F
Track and para-track cycling
Date
Event
Thu 5 Fri 6 Sat 7 Sun 8
Track cycling
Men's keirin H ½ F
Men's individual pursuit Q F
Men's team pursuit Q F
Men's sprint H ¼ ½ F
Men's 1 km time trial F
Men's team sprint Q F
Men's points race H F
Men's scratch race H F
Women's sprint H ¼ ½ F
Women's keirin H ½ F
Women's 500m time trial F
Women's team sprint Q F
Women's individual pursuit Q F
Women's points race F
Women's scratch race F
Women's team pursuit Q F
Para-track cycling
Men's tandem sprint B Q ½ F
Men's tandem 1 km time trial B F
Women's tandem sprint B Q F
Women's tandem 1 km time trial B F

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Australia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Australia (AUS)*143623
2 England (ENG)44513
3 Scotland (SCO)44210
4 New Zealand (NZL)39517
5 Wales (WAL)1416
6 Canada (CAN)0033
7 South Africa (RSA)0022
Totals (7 nations)26242474

Road[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's road race
details
Steele Von Hoff
 Australia
Jonathan Mould
 Wales
Clint Hendricks
 South Africa
Men's time trial
details
Cameron Meyer
 Australia
Harry Tanfield
 England
Hamish Bond
 New Zealand
Women's road race
details
Chloe Hosking
 Australia
Georgia Williams
 New Zealand
Danielle Rowe
 Wales
Women's time trial
details
Katrin Garfoot
 Australia
Linda Villumsen
 New Zealand
Hayley Simmonds
 England

Mountain bike[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's cross country
details
Samuel Gaze
 New Zealand
Anton Cooper
 New Zealand
Alan Hatherly
 South Africa
Women's cross country
details
Annie Last
 England
Evie Richards
 England
Haley Smith
 Canada

Track[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Keirin
details
Matthew Glaetzer
 Australia
Lewis Oliva
 Wales
Edward Dawkins
 New Zealand
Points race
details
Mark Stewart
 Scotland
Campbell Stewart
 New Zealand
Ethan Hayter
 England
Individual pursuit
details
Charlie Tanfield
 England
John Archibald
 Scotland
Dylan Kennett
 New Zealand
Team pursuit
details
 Australia
Alex Porter
Sam Welsford
Leigh Howard
Kelland O'Brien
Jordan Kerby
 England
Oliver Wood
Kian Emadi
Charlie Tanfield
Ethan Hayter
 Canada
Michael Foley
Jay Lamoureux
Derek Gee
Aidan Caves
Adam Jamieson
Scratch race
details
Sam Welsford
 Australia
Campbell Stewart
 New Zealand
Christopher Latham
 England
Sprint
details
Sam Webster
 New Zealand
Jack Carlin
 Scotland
Jacob Schmid
 Australia
Team sprint
details
 New Zealand
Ethan Mitchell
Sam Webster
Edward Dawkins
 England
Ryan Owens
Joseph Truman
Philip Hindes
 Australia
Nathan Hart
Jacob Schmid
Patrick Constable
Matthew Glaetzer
1 km time trial
details
Matthew Glaetzer
 Australia
Edward Dawkins
 New Zealand
Callum Skinner
 Scotland

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Keirin
details
Stephanie Morton
 Australia
Kaarle McCulloch
 Australia
Natasha Hansen
 New Zealand
Points race
details
Elinor Barker
 Wales
Katie Archibald
 Scotland
Neah Evans
 Scotland
Individual pursuit
details
Katie Archibald
 Scotland
Rebecca Wiasak
 Australia
Annette Edmondson
 Australia
Team pursuit
details
 Australia
Alexandra Manly
Annette Edmondson
Ashlee Ankudinoff
Amy Cure
 New Zealand
Kirstie James
Rushlee Buchanan
Racquel Sheath
Bryony Botha
 Canada
Allison Beveridge
Annie Foreman-Mackey
Ariane Bonhomme
Stephanie Roorda
Scratch race
details
Amy Cure
 Australia
Neah Evans
 Scotland
Emily Kay
 England
Sprint
details
Stephanie Morton
 Australia
Natasha Hansen
 New Zealand
Kaarle McCulloch
 Australia
Team sprint
details
 Australia
Kaarle McCulloch
Stephanie Morton
 New Zealand
Natasha Hansen
Emma Cumming
 England
Lauren Bate
Katy Marchant
500 m time trial
details
Kaarle McCulloch
 Australia
Stephanie Morton
 Australia
Emma Cumming
 New Zealand

Para-track[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's tandem sprint B
details
 Scotland
Neil Fachie
Matt Rotherham (pilot)
 Wales
James Ball
Peter Mitchell (pilot)
 Australia
Brad Henderson
Tom Clarke (pilot)
Men's tandem 1 km time trial B
details
 Scotland
Neil Fachie
Matt Rotherham (pilot)
 Wales
James Ball
Peter Mitchell (pilot)
 Australia
Brad Henderson
Tom Clarke (pilot)
Women's tandem sprint B
details
 England
Sophie Thornhill
Helen Scott (pilot)
Only medal awarded
Women's tandem 1 km time trial B
details
 England
Sophie Thornhill
Helen Scott (pilot)
Only medal awarded

Records[edit]

Date Event Time Name Nation Records
5 April Women's B&VI sprint qualifying 10.609 Sophie Thornhill
Helen Scott
 England WR, GR
Women's 4000m team pursuit qualifying 4:17.218 Ashlee Ankudinoff
Amy Cure
Annette Edmondson
Alexandra Manly
 Australia GR
Men's 4000m team pursuit qualifying 3:52.041 Leigh Howard
Jordan Kerby
Alex Porter
Sam Welsford
 Australia GR
Women's team sprint qualifying 32.578 Kaarle McCulloch
Stephanie Morton
 Australia GR
Men's team sprint qualifying 42.822 Ethan Mitchell
Eddie Dawkins
Sam Webster
 New Zealand GR
Men's B&VI 1000m time trial final 1:00.065 Neil Fachie
Matt Rotherham
 Scotland GR
Women's 4000m team pursuit final 4:15.214 Ashlee Ankudinoff
Amy Cure
Annette Edmondson
Alexandra Manly
 Australia GR
Men's 4000m team pursuit final 3:49.804 Alex Porter
Sam Welsford
Leigh Howard
Kelland O'Brien
 Australia WR, GR
Women's team sprint final 32.488 Kaarle McCulloch
Stephanie Morton
 Australia GR
6 April Women's sprint qualifying 10.524 Stephanie Morton  Australia GR
Women's 3000m individual pursuit qualifying 3:24.119 Katie Archibald  Scotland GR
Men's 4000m individual pursuit qualifying 4.11.455 Charlie Tanfield  England GR
7 April Men's sprint qualifying 9.583 Matthew Glaetzer  Australia GR
Men's B&VI sprint qualifying 9.568 Neil Fachie
Matt Rotherham
 Scotland WR, GR
Women's B&VI 1000m time trial final 1:04.623 Sophie Thornhill
Helen Scott
 England WR, GR
8 April Men's 1000m time trial final 59.340 Matthew Glaetzer  Australia GR

Participating nations[edit]

Multiple athletes took part in more than one discipline. For example, all of Canada's road athletes also competed in the track events.

Road[edit]

There are 34 participating nations in road cycling with a total of 167 athletes. The number of athletes a nation entered is in parentheses beside the name of the country.

Mountain bike[edit]

There are 15 participating nations in mountain biking with a total of 34 athletes. The number of athletes a nation entered is in parentheses beside the name of the country.

Track[edit]

There are 18 participating nations in track cycling with a total of 146 athletes. The number of athletes a nation entered is in parentheses beside the name of the country.

Para-track[edit]

There are 6 participating nations in para-track cycling with a total of 8 athletes. The number of athletes a nation entered is in parentheses beside the name of the country.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official Ticketing Guide" (PDF). www.gc2018.com/. Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  2. ^ "Venues". www.gc2018.com/. Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  3. ^ "Level playing field for women at 2018 Commonwealth Games". The Scotsman. Edinburgh, Scotland. 7 October 2016. Retrieved 7 October 2016.
  4. ^ McKay, Duncan (7 October 2016). "Gold Coast 2018 to offer same amount of medals for men and women after seven events added". Insidethegames.biz. Dunsar Media. Retrieved 7 October 2016.

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