CYCLING Preview: Track Cycling World Cup heads to Milton

The second of the six-stage UCI Track Cycling World Cup is ready to go at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Canada, just outside of Toronto and host to the 2015 Pan American Games competition. Last week’s winners (medalists) in the opener at Saint-Quentin (FRA) included:

∙ Sprint: Matthew Glaetzer (AUS)
∙ Team Sprint: Jeffrey Hoogland/Sam Ligtlee/Roy van den Berg (NED)
∙ Team Pursuit: Denmark
∙ Keirin: Yuki Wakimoto (JPN)
∙ Points: Moritz Malcharek (GER)
∙ Scratch: Stefan Matzner (AUT)
∙ Omnium: Albert Torres Barcelo (ESP)
∙ Madison: Lasse Hanson/Michael Morkov (DEN)

∙ Sprint: Wai Sze Lee (HKG)
∙ Team Sprint: Daria Shmeleva/Anastasiia Voinova (RUS)
∙ Team Pursuit: Australia
∙ Keirin: Laurine van Riessen (NED)
∙ Points: Maria Giulia Confalonieri (ITA)
∙ Scratch: Ashlee Ankudinoff (AUS)
∙ Omnium: Kirsten Wild (NED)
∙ Madison: Amalie Didriksen/Julie Leth (DEN)

Look for results here. After Milton, the racers get a break and won’t reconvene until the end of November in Berlin (GER).