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Track Cycling 2018 Discussion Thread

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NaBUru38    25

Beaumont did 21 miles and 1,619 yards, missing the world record by a mile. :(

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NaBUru38    25

2018/19 UCI Track Cycling World Cup calendar:

  • October 19-21: Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France
  • October 26-28: Milton, Canada
  • Nov 30 - Dec 2: Berlin, Germany
  • December 14-16: London, United Kingdom
  • January 18-20: Cambridge, New Zealand
  • January 25-27: Hong Kong, China

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Olympian1010    235
3 hours ago, NaBUru38 said:

2018/19 UCI Track Cycling World Cup calendar:

  • October 19-21: Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France
  • October 26-28: Milton, Canada
  • Nov 30 - Dec 2: Berlin, Germany
  • December 14-16: London, United Kingdom
  • January 18-20: Cambridge, New Zealand
  • January 25-27: Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong, Hong Kong technically btw :p

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Olympic Champion Kristina Vogel had an accident during Training and is seriously injoured. Details are not known, but it's supposed to be an injury at the spinal. The national Coach was quoted, that they are "very worried".

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hckosice    1,783
39 minutes ago, EselTheDonkey said:

Olympic Champion Kristina Vogel had an accident during Training and is seriously injoured. Details are not known, but it's supposed to be an injury at the spinal. The national Coach was quoted, that they are "very worried".

 

Read about that in our medias. :cry: Not good at all.

 

let´s hope for the best

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phelps    517
17 ore fa, EselTheDonkey ha scritto:

Olympic Champion Kristina Vogel had an accident during Training and is seriously injoured. Details are not known, but it's supposed to be an injury at the spinal. The national Coach was quoted, that they are "very worried".

 

the German Cycling Federation confirmed on their website that she's severly injured at the spinal...

 

by the way, it's not the first time she has such a devastating injury...some years ago, she was hit by a car and suffered broken vertebra on her neck...

 

let's hope that also this time she can recover as well as she did years ago...:fingers:

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Agger    386

Martin Toft Madsen is next in line to go for the hour record. He set a new Danish record in january at 52,324km but has been working towards the world record. He states that just his improvements in the aerodynamics are enough for about a km. Other than that he should be in better shape than in january as well as riding in thinner air on a fast track in Mexico.

I must say that I doubt that he'll make it, but he may very well end up as no. 2 on the rankings and could end up withing a km of Wiggins.

 

You can follow the last days up to the attempt, including a lot of work, cleaning the velodrome that is quite dusty at the moment on his facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Tofthour/

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Dragon    265

New world record in the junior (under 19) individual 3000m pursuit for boys.

Previous record 3:12.416  by Bissiger (SUI) 2016

New record 3.10.141 by Ethan Vernon (GBR) in the heats of GB Junior championships.

Later the same day he did 3.10.4 in the final.

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Agger    386

Here you can follow Martin Toft Madsens record attempt tonight:

 

 

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