Episode 2 World Track Cycling Championships


Episode 2

Analysis of Saturday's action, including the women's madison, and coverage of Sunday's final session, featuring the women's points race, women's keirin and men's time trial.


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For world champion!

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And he finishes with the silver

medal...

It's going to be Great

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Britain's and it is! For gold!

This

is quite a special moment.

Germany

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are the world champions. It's the

United States who claimed the gold

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medal. Great Britain finish with the

silver.

I really enjoyed being back

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with the girls.

Its gold for Italy.

Everything out there on the track

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now. Kristina Vogel wins the World

Title again. Custom-built

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celebrates, she is the world

champion. Big, big finisher.

It's

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been fantastic to race in front of

all of these people.

Hello, and

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welcome to the velodrome here at

Apple Don Flynn final day of the

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track frankly the World

Championships. The racing is already

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underway. Alongside me, Sir Chris

Hoy, who has been enjoying being

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back in the velodrome, catching up

with some old friends and looking

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forward to a cracking evening of

competition.

We have seen records

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broken, plenty to get excited about

and break from AGB perspective.

The

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racing is underway. We will kick off

with the women's points race in,

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Great Britain's Elinor Barker in

this one as the defending World

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Championship. Commentary comes from

Simon Brotherton.

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Championship. Commentary comes from

Simon Brotherton.

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COMMENTATOR: Elinor Barker

counterattacking here. Here comes

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Barca. Up until now and the first

half of the race, things haven't

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been going Elinor Barker's way. She

is the defending champion, she has

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got a couple of points but she is

weighed down in terms of the overall

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standings and use trying do

something about it.

This is a

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beautiful move. She's been doing a

lot of attacking. Kirsten Bard has

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been worried about Elinor Barker in

particular. She's been allowed to

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slip the net. She is away on her

own. It is a hard, hard right. She's

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got a third of a lap's advantage,

she's got the bit between her teeth.

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We will be able to see the back of

this group. She can't stay there

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long without assistance. We've got

to hope this will continue.

Valente

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has just gone up the track from the

front. She didn't want to chase.

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Hanna Solovey from the Ukraine has

decided she will take up the chase.

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The Lennard Taylor going around,

Hanna Solovey as well. Stenberg of

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Norway and Kirsten Wild, nodding

towards full entry. She is saying,

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the pair of us work together here.

Both of them trying to inject pace.

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They are all swinging up. Nobody

wants to play. Elinor Barker takes

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the bell. She's going to get some

points out of this for sure. Whether

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she can gain the laptop might she's

really hurting, the speed is Ruzza

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Pouille dropped.

The five points are

on offer over the line, she's got

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the points, can she keep it going?

The chase hots up behind her. It was

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a battle between Andrea Waldis of

Switzerland and entry to your

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pattern of fear of Switzerland. --

and Lydiate the past. Barbara is up

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into fourth overall.

The favourites

are doing their bit to keep the

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pace. Plenty of respect for Elinor

Barker. She might be out by Ron

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Howard on, but they sense the

danger, they know they can't let her

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have that opportunity. It is so hard

against this large group. I don't

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think she will take them up.

You can

see how much this is hurting. And

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now the big favourites have

responded. They haven't allowed her

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to get away. She tries to catch her

breath, if that's possible in a race

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like this, with 38 laps to go.

That

is a wise thing to do, despite

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having a lead, she has chosen to

split up. She is two points off that

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bronze medal now.

Kirsten Wild has

already won two gold medals here.

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Valente and Paternoster both on

nine. Barker is on seven. Just two

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points off the podium at the moment.

The latest attack comes here from

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cash a puff of stuff from Poland.

She does dope and up a little gap --

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Katarzyna Pawlowska. She is another

dangerous cyclist, they cannot allow

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her to get away. Pawlowska is a

three-time World champion, including

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when this was held in London.

Every

breakaway is dangerous here. Anybody

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taking a lap would go into the lead,

it's been so spread around at the

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moment. It's a very difficult

tactical situation that Kirsten Wild

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is in. Paternoster is also an three

points. We haven't spoken about her

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because she is so well hidden.

The

Belgian athlete is involved. Just in

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the front of that group, John Miller

latter two were from the Czech

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Republic. -- Jarmila Machacova. She

is a former world champion.

She just

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hasn't quite got the top end speed,

she spends a lot of time dragging

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other people around the track but

doesn't make the breakaway herself.

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Pawlowska's attack has been

neutralised and she has used up a

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little bit of energy. As we look

back at Kirsten Wild, that is the

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Minister of Jasmin Duehring's bikes,

the Canadian. -- that is to the rear

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of Jasmin Duehring's bike.

Valente

and Wild lining themselves up,

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Pawlowska as well. All three of

them.

Kirsten Wild is in second

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place. Down the back straight they

go. A burst of speed from Kirsten

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Wild. Jennifer Valente from the

United States tries to follow.

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Jasmin Duehring resisting. But

Kirsten Wild is first. Valente is

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third. Paternoster of Italy in full.

Lydia Gurley from Ireland just out

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of the points that time.

A pattern

is forming. It is being contested by

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a sprint. Nobody is allowed to gain

a lap. And these three are proving

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themselves the most consistent

sprinters in the last third of this

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race.

Kirsten Wild

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race.

Kirsten Wild is in the form of

her life, she has every chance of

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claiming a hat-trick of gold medals.

I think she was shocked after the

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Madderson performance. She thought

it was theirs to lose. To an extent,

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we all did. She just couldn't best

the British in the sprints. But she

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is doing it here.

Lydia Gurley from

Ireland in this little breakaway.

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There is the overall situation,

seven of the ten sprints in the bag.

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Kirsten Wild leading Jennifer

Valente of the United States.

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Paternoster just two points ahead of

Jasmin Duehring.

But they are really

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breakaway. They have found

themselves having slipped off

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bronze. It's like the impetus has

gone out, they don't have the heart

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to do the chasing. All probably the

legs. The top riders keeps rolling

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through quickly, they have got a

significant advantage.

Barker is not

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in this group. Valente, Wild, the

Russian rider is Badykova. Arreola

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in the red of Mexico. Paternoster

and Valente. A very, very dangerous

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group indeed.

Confident that Wild is

happy to do some pacemaking, keep

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the pace high and keep everybody in

check. It is largely her that has

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kept everybody together.

Three

quarters of the way through the

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race. The Dutch going to claim

another gold medal? Arreola has Juan

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Mata couple of silver medals in the

World Championships in Minsk back in

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2013. -- has won a couple of gold

medals.

Jasmin Duehring has ridden

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with some heart. She has had a few

goes to stir things up but was never

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allowed any room to manoeuvre, but

she certainly had a go. Elinor

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Barker did that one big potentially

race winning move but is paying the

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price at the moment, still trying to

recover. She could get another

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chance as it comes back together.

Interesting to know how much she's

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been affected by that fall a couple

of days ago, it was quite a hefty

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crash.

It was a bit of a bashing,

wasn't it? You can see that Wild and

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Valente riding, they've been

inseparable for the last few laps,

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just following new job. Wild knows

that she's the one person who she's

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got to keep an eye on. Paternoster

has shown she is weaker than those

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two in the sprints. I think they

will get the bell as they come

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around this time.

Paternoster is a

really good

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really good talent from Italy. Just

18 years of age and mixing it up the

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top end here at this World

Championships and two medals already

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in Apeldoorn. Jasmin Duehring bleeds

for Canada, but Kirsten Wild comes

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scooting up towards her, and

presumably straight pars Tahir, as

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they go into the finishing straight.

A lovely sprint and beautifully

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timed. Gliding over the line in

first place to take maximum points

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and pad out her lead further over

the American Jennifer Valente.

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Getting better and better and better

as this race goes on. So, Wild, the

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land take a Jasmin Duehring...

Suddenly she's got a ten point lead

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-- while, Valente. She senses the

victory inside the last 20 laps. The

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last one double points, of course.

We've still got 15 points outside of

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a lap game.

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Inching towards that hat-trick of

world titles this week, Kirsten

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Wild. It's absolutely packed here

inside the Omnisport Serena in

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Apeldoorn. -- the Omnisport arena.

Badykova of Russia.

Valente feeling

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of frustration now. There's nothing

she can do. She's not sprinting

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Battambang Kirsten Wild. There's no

way she will be allowed to escape.

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She has had a pretty good week

herself. She was part of the squad

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that won the gold, beating the Great

Britain in the final.

She will come

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away with her reward, that's for

sure stop right Valente is from San

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Diego in California, she is 23 years

of age. Jasmin Duehring is now equal

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third with Paternoster. I sense the

Canadian is bearing better in the

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closing stages of this race.

She's

got much more experience, hasn't

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she?

She's also in this break, which

is help. White Paternoster stuck in

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the second group on the track, as a

Elinor Barker goes to the front.

She

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has a look and see if she can begin

to do something about closing that

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gap.

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Arreola on the front, from Mexico.

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Four laps to go until the next

sprint.

This group was not found its

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rhythm now, and it's not slowing

down, there's not enough firepower

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behind to close the gap. They keep

trying. In fits and spurts.

The

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leading group still have a decent

lead, less than half a lap.

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Charlotte Becker the latest to try

and close the gaps.

They will get

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the bell next time. Again, Wild

lining up for the sprint. Quite

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happy with the composition of this

group. It's going to swell to nine.

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Charlotte Becker and Valdes of

Switzerland are going to join that

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front group, they've managed to

bridge the gap, as they hear the

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bell for the next sprint. Arreola on

the front for Mexico. Maybe not for

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long,. Valente is trying to take it

to Kirsten Wild. The first two are

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going to sprint it out. There's only

one winner when they go head-to-head

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and she's wearing orange, it's

Kirsten Wild.

The confidence to

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leave it late, waiting until Valente

got alongside and just exhilarating,

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there was nothing that the American

could do. She is class of the field

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today, Kirsten Wild.

Her frustration

at finishing second in the Madison I

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think will be long forgotten in a

few minutes, because at the moment,

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she's headed into that World Title.

It is slipping away for a Elinor

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Barker.

Jasmin Duehring has been a

bit distant, fighting to get back on

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terms. She's in the bronze medal

position, but in equal points with

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Paternoster. All she has to do is to

finish higher up and she will be

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awarded the Bronze.

There is every

chance they are going to gain a lap,

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shortly. Valente comes around and

Kirsten Wild not far away.

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Denmark represented by Trine

Schmidt. They do make the junction.

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They gained a lap on the rest of the

field.

Wild can now celebrate, she

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doesn't need to score any points she

just has too not let anybody gain a

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lap. Six laps as they come around

this time, that's not going to

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happen.

What a nice feeling to know

that you only have six laps to go on

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the gold medal is already in your

bag, you can just ride around in the

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pack.

We haven't seen that,

actually,

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actually, this Championship. It's

always been going down right to the

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last, only the bronze medal, but

even that now is secured with that

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lap game.

Sofia Arreola moves clear.

And followed here by Hanna Solovey.

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Ganna Solovei up to Arreola's wheel,

five laps to go. For laps to go over

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the line this time. Hanna Solovey on

the lap for the Ukraine. Kirsten

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Wild wants to finish this in style.

She is lining up and slowly winding

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up. It is one minute of racing left

between her and the World Title.

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She's thinking about the sprint, but

probably realised she never likes...

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It is still Arreola and Solovei. She

may take a back and watch it from

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the middle of the pack. Valente

knows, well, she is not home and

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dry. Duehring is seven points

behind. She needs to be a little bit

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careful.

Into the last couple of

laps. It is still Solovei and

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Arreola. I do not think they will be

the first two at the end of this

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race. Jennifer Valente leads the

chase. She is close the gap. Kirsten

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Wild knows she does not need to

sprint. Julien Duval in the pale

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blue skin shade of Belgium comes

into the finishing straight. --

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D'Hoore. Perfectly timed by D'Hoore.

Actually, all eyes are on Kirsten

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Wild. She did not need to sprint at

the end of this race. She was so

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good, it was signed, sealed and

delivered before the end. She could

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savour the moment with about half a

dozen laps to go. Incredibly, 35,

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Wild is enjoying the form of her

life. She has won three gold medals

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and the silver medal at her Romuald

Lacazette chips.

Rightly enjoying

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it. She was bested in the earlier

sprint by Valente but the pattern

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was not to continue. She got better

and better as the race went on. She

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was able to enjoy the last quarter

of the race because she knew she was

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in control. She was riding with more

confidence, leaving Adelaide for the

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sprints, she knew that she had the

better of everyone on the track.

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What a performance from Kirsten

Wild. They used her picture quite

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prominently on the advertising

all-arounder city ahead of these

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championships.

What a wise decision.

It was. I enjoyed watching Jasmin

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Duehring as well. She just plugged

away, looking to try and escape, and

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accumulated enough points and find

yourself in the last move.

She got

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the bronze medal. They have a song

that the Dutch keep playing every

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time they do well. You can probably

hear it in the background. The whole

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building shapes to its foundations

with the volume and everyone joining

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in.

It will be infiltrating our

dreams for some time to come.

It is

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Kirsten Wild's they once again.

Elinor Barker did everything she

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could. She finishes in 12th place in

the end, with seven points. The

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world title disappearing from her

shoulders, going to Kirsten Wild.

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She is becoming a very regular

visitor to the podium here this

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week. The home crowd have certainly

got what they came to see. They

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might not be done yet today with

some of the racing still to come.

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Look at that. She left that until

there was half a lap to go, and she

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went, I will take this one.

Fantastic. Kirsten Wild had the

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strength in the sprints to make sure

that Valente could not get ahead of

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her. I think even she cannot quite

believe that she has done it yet

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again. Three gold medals for Kirsten

Wild of the Netherlands. A few days

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that she will never forget. Although

she has had World Championship

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success on the track in the past,

primarily, for most of her career,

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she has been known for her

performances on the road. She has

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been the star of these

championships. The women points

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race, one by Kirsten Wild.

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That is the ninth World Championship

medal for Duehring. In 12th place,

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last year's champion, Elinor Barker

of Great Britain.

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last year's champion, Elinor Barker

of Great Britain.

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What a versatile by greater Kirsten

Wild is. She has delighted as crowd

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in Apeldoorn.

What a fantastic

performance.

Outstanding. We have

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Elinor Barker. She finished in 12th

place. You had a good stab at

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defending that title, but became

built form that Kirsten Wild has

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been in, no one would beat her

today?

I do not think so. She is an

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incredible form. I think that was

probably the best run of races I

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have seen in a long time.

Congratulations to her. Are you

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feeling? You had a bad crash in the

omnium which meant you missed out in

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the madison yesterday. Are you

feeling?

Not myself. I have not felt

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like myself for a while. Something

needs to change in training. Race

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strategies, I am not sure. I did not

feel myself going into it. I tried

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to kid myself that I could get a

lap, but I would have needed luck.

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You animated the race and give it a

good go. You go back with a silver

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medal from the team pursuit.

That is

something close to your heart and

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really special? Yes, that was

special, it exceeded my

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expectations, is specially

considering how I knew I felt. I am

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a long way from my best. I was a

little bit worried about trying to

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keep up with Katie Archibald, to be

honest. I just about managed. I do

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not think there is much we could

have change to have one. We could

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have changed a few things to get a

better time, but the Americans were

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too good.

We have to be happy with

the silver. The Commonwealth Games

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looming large. To be riding for

Wales and the Commonwealth Games

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will be special?

Yes. I will be

racing next weekend for Wiggle Honda

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on the road, and after that, a

little block of ratios in Europe,

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and Denos Kilmarnock. Quite busy.

We

wish all the best. Good luck in the

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Gold Coast. Elinor Barker,

disappointed. She says she has to

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change a few things, but she has

come here and give it a good stand.

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She had a bad crash in the omnium

earlier in the week.

She did. You

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cannot underestimate the impact of

that. Immediately after a crash you

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can jump back up and get on your

bike, but it was a bad crash. A few

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days later you start to feel it, you

get stiff and sore.

This was it. She

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went a long way down the track.

This

is the worst way to do it, it

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because if you fall to the right, it

is not as far distance to fall. She

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fell all the way down. I was

surprised she did not break her

0:22:120:22:17

collar bone and get concussion.

Remarkable she got back into the

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race and that she's even racing

today. Credit to her. She's clearly

0:22:200:22:25

disappointed, but in many ways, it

is good for her to have these drops

0:22:250:22:29

in the four-year cycle. I know she

wants to win world titles, everyone

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talks about the Olympics, but this

will give her an incentive.

It will

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make things up. Here we have a

triple world champion, Kirsten Wild.

0:22:380:22:46

What a remarkable work

championships.

Many congratulations.

0:22:460:22:49

You look like you enjoy that. Yes,

especially the last ten laps after

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the spring, I knew I had enough

points, but still I was counting,

0:22:530:22:59

hoping I did not miscalculate. I saw

the coach with a big smile and I

0:22:590:23:03

thought, it is in the pocket.

I

thought the roof was going to come

0:23:030:23:07

of the velodrome. It has been a

special

0:23:070:23:10

of the velodrome. It has been a

special week. We wondered if you had

0:23:100:23:11

the legs for another big effort

coming into this race.

You in the

0:23:110:23:15

form of your life? I do not know. I

feel really good. I have trained

0:23:150:23:20

well this winter. I had nothing in

my way, so I could do everything I

0:23:200:23:25

wanted.

It works really well. This

is obviously a big goal for you this

0:23:250:23:30

year. Knowing the World

Championships were coming to

0:23:300:23:33

Apeldoorn, you must have known what

it would mean to the Netherlands to

0:23:330:23:36

get some great performances? I did

not understand the question. This

0:23:360:23:42

was a big target for you, because of

the World Championships being in the

0:23:420:23:46

Netherlands?

Last year they

announced a location. A big red

0:23:460:23:53

marker, this was my goal.

You have

done ever so well. You have

0:23:530:23:58

entertained

0:23:580:23:58

done ever so well. You have

entertained the crowd. Thank you

0:23:580:23:59

very much. A triple world champion,

and the silver medal as well. What

0:23:590:24:03

an athlete.

Very versatile.

Outstanding, head and shoulders

0:24:030:24:08

above the rest, no sign of weakness.

She could win the spring, she could

0:24:080:24:13

gain laps, she had everything

covered.

This is what else we have

0:24:130:24:17

coming up this afternoon.

Australia's Matthew Glaetzer will be

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the man to beat in the kilometre

time trial after clocking the only

0:24:250:24:29

two sub one minute times at sea

level earlier this season. We look

0:24:290:24:33

back at an exciting men's points

race with Britain's Mark Stewart

0:24:330:24:37

hoping to mix it with four-time

world champion in this event,

0:24:370:24:41

Cameron Meyer from Australia.

Kristina Vogel, the defending

0:24:410:24:46

champion, aims for a hat-trick of

world titles in the keirin. And

0:24:460:24:50

after its world champion debut last

year, Katie Archibald and Emily

0:24:500:24:54

Nelson were hoping to improve on

Great Britain's silver medal

0:24:540:25:00

performance in the popular women's

madison. Plenty to look forward to

0:25:000:25:03

in the next hour or so. Next we

concentrate on the men's individual

0:25:030:25:08

sprint from last night. Great

Britain has enjoyed significant

0:25:080:25:12

success in this event, thanks to

this fellow in Jason Kenny, but it

0:25:120:25:16

is a new kid on the block. We will

see him in action shortly. These are

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the medal races.

0:25:200:25:20

The bronze medal race, the

best-of-3. Vigier against Levy.

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The bronze medal race, the

best-of-3. Vigier against Levy.

It

0:25:420:25:44

is a steady start.

0:25:440:25:50

The concentration on his face. Levy

has decided he wants the speed, to

0:26:080:26:13

go up, so years preaching this race

from the back, gaining height and

0:26:130:26:18

speed, forcing the Frenchman to

follow suit if he wants to remain in

0:26:180:26:23

poll position. A little bit of a

flake, intimidation tactics.

He

0:26:230:26:30

opened the door for the German. He

walked straight through it. Max Levy

0:26:300:26:35

is in pole position in this first

race for the bronze medal. Vigier

0:26:350:26:40

will not give up without a fight.

Vigier has the strength to come back

0:26:400:26:45

at Levy. Neck and neck in the

finishing straight. What the sprint.

0:26:450:26:51

Vigier gets it on the line. He did

but it was closer than I thought it

0:26:510:26:55

would be in the back straight. His

turn of speed was good, you got

0:26:550:26:59

himself on terms, at Levy did not

die. Vigier is one up.

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The World Championship final under

way. Great Britain against

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Australia. Jack Carlin, one of the

new generation of British sprinters.

0:27:170:27:32

Starting Matthew Glaetzer from

Australia. Glaetzer not hanging

0:27:320:27:35

around. He will try to control this

one, the way he did with Vigier. He

0:27:350:27:42

is just accelerating all the time.

You can see the advert Carlin is

0:27:420:27:45

driving at. Glaetzer makes it look

effortless. A very clever bit of

0:27:450:27:52

riding. If you have got the legs for

it.

Carlin going up to get a little

0:27:520:27:59

bit of height into the last laugh.

Now the sprint is on. Look at Carlin

0:27:590:28:05

go. Tremendous pace. Trying to draw

level with Glaetzer. Carlin coming

0:28:050:28:10

at him but he cannot get past.

Glaetzer wins by half by Glenn. With

0:28:100:28:16

three quarters of a lap to go, he

was not sucked in by the Australian

0:28:160:28:21

and he kept his cool and decide.

Suddenly he had the slipstream to

0:28:210:28:25

run it. He made good use of the ten

metres. It was good tactical riding,

0:28:250:28:31

regardless of the outcome.

A good

race. It has gone to Matthew

0:28:310:28:40

Glaetzer.

0:28:400:28:45

The first race between these two was

a really good one. We should

0:28:500:28:54

probably talk about this one.

Perhaps. Max Levy was in a great

0:28:540:28:59

position, but in the end, Vigier

fought back superbly.

He did, he

0:28:590:29:04

rode it very well. This is going to

be the most unknown of the

0:29:040:29:13

competition. The competition for the

medals.

0:29:130:29:22

medals. Levy wants to keep that

front position once again, keeping

0:29:230:29:26

the speed high. Two laps to go.

Already commencing the wind-up.

Levy

0:29:260:29:40

seeing if he can get some distance.

Vigier had a look for rim on the

0:29:400:29:45

inside. He comes up onto the

shoulder of the German very quickly.

0:29:450:29:50

Has he got the legs to get clear? He

has, he is beyond one bike length. A

0:29:500:29:57

little daylight. It is close. Vigier

takes a bronze medal in straight

0:29:570:30:04

rides.

He came down inside the

sprinters line. It was occupied. But

0:30:040:30:09

he did not impede the German's

progress, so I think that was just a

0:30:090:30:15

bit of a wobble.

A strong finish to

the competition from Sebastien

0:30:150:30:19

Vigier.

0:30:190:30:23

Clear

0:30:230:30:28

put the Euro pop on, I'm sure that

the riders love that! Carling

0:30:280:30:35

leading out.

0:30:350:30:40

Got to keep going at walking pace.

0:30:400:30:47

I hope somebody's told him. Use

walking pace. I presume it's the

0:30:470:30:53

commissar.

A steady shuffle, really,

isn't it was white it's quite a

0:30:530:31:02

brisk stroll. As soon as he gets a

cross that line, he can choose

to

0:31:020:31:05

stop. But he doesn't really care!

He's a big bloke, and he's got a

0:31:050:31:17

height.

Well, then. He's going to

try and put him off his stride. He's

0:31:170:31:27

not letting him have his own way.

Pinned up against the wall to the

0:31:270:31:31

top.

0:31:310:31:36

Aggressive ride by the young Brit,

keeping him lapped all the time, so

0:31:360:31:40

Matthew Glaetzer has only one

option. The battle is on! Oh, he's

0:31:400:31:47

kept him high. Can he go down the

back straight?

Oh, the race is

0:31:470:31:51

really on. A great start from

Carling, fighting all the way,

0:31:510:31:55

fighting as hard as he can. But fair

play to Matthew Glaetzer, he

0:31:550:32:01

prevailed in the end of a tremendous

sprint. That was really aggressive

0:32:010:32:05

from Jack Carlin, superb. He did

everything he possibly could. He

0:32:050:32:10

took Matthew Glaetzer all the way

into that final. But Glaetzer was

0:32:100:32:14

the class of the field in the end.

He managed to win. But not before he

0:32:140:32:19

was given a proper race both times.

But for the first time in his

0:32:190:32:23

career, Matthew Glaetzer is the

sprint champion of the world. But I

0:32:230:32:26

think we're going to be hearing a

lot more about they're in the years

0:32:260:32:30

to come -- that man there in the

years to come if he can back up his

0:32:300:32:35

excellent performance in Apeldoorn.

0:32:350:32:37

years to come if he can back up his

excellent performance in Apeldoorn.

0:32:370:32:38

I'm delighted to say that young Jack

Carlin is with us now. We are going

0:32:380:32:42

to have a chat about dropped from an

St Juste moment. Before that, we

0:32:420:32:46

will go to the live action. It is

0:32:460:32:48

St Juste moment. Before that, we

will go to the live action. It is

0:32:480:32:51

them final heats of the men's

individual one kilometre time trial.

0:32:510:32:58

COMMENTATOR: Here is the first of

them. The French athlete, who won

0:32:580:33:04

the silver medal last year, Quentin

Lafargue. The time to beat so far is

0:33:040:33:11

one minute point 462 seconds, set by

Eric Cable of Germany. -- Eric

0:33:110:33:22

Engler of Germany.

Now he is digging

deep, two tenths the drift. Can he

0:33:220:33:27

do anything about it?

The last two

years he has got closer and closer

0:33:270:33:32

to the World Title, with a bronze

and silver. Can he take that one

0:33:320:33:36

final step to the top of the podium

this time around was Mac this event

0:33:360:33:40

really hurts, despite the fact it is

a short one, lasting just a minute.

0:33:400:33:44

He takes the bell.

He's getting

close, but he too has

0:33:440:33:53

close, but he too has hit the wall.

He is pushing hard. It's going to be

0:33:540:33:56

close. The mentor might carry him

over, those.

Here he comes, just a

0:33:560:33:58

few revolution. It is the fastest

time. 1.407, we have a new leader

0:33:580:34:06

with just three riders still to

come.

Hundreds of the second is

0:34:060:34:11

often how this event is one and

lost. He was within a fraction of

0:34:110:34:17

the second of his time earlier

today, that's consistency for you.

0:34:170:34:21

Fantastic line, really smooth. The

front disc will really helps,

0:34:210:34:25

hitting the air I decide, channels

you forwards and helps to smooth

0:34:250:34:28

things out.

Earlier they had to whip

let down to eight, the eight that we

0:34:280:34:35

are watching now. The three to come

all went under one minute. Can you

0:34:350:34:41

explain to non-cycling fans how

extraordinary that is?

It is

0:34:410:34:45

extraordinary, it's very quick. I

mean, we've seen it once before, and

0:34:450:34:49

then suddenly in the qualifying

round we get three. What a shame it

0:34:490:34:53

wasn't a straight final. Now we know

what's coming. It's almost like

0:34:530:34:56

we've read the last page, really.

We

say we've seen it once before.

The

0:34:560:35:03

only difference is, I think things

could change around here. Theo Bos

0:35:030:35:07

could take the title here. I think

that might be the case.

That would

0:35:070:35:12

be impressive if he did. He hasn't

been world champion for 11 years

0:35:120:35:17

now, the 34-year-old. Five times

he's won a gold medal at the World

0:35:170:35:22

Championships, all in the mid-2000s.

18.05 is his opener, only good

0:35:220:35:28

enough for sixth place. But his

injury time on the road, he finished

0:35:280:35:33

incredibly quickly. So will his

injuries time.

Solid ride. It's not

0:35:330:35:40

about the start for him, it's

staying in touch over this opening

0:35:400:35:43

lap. It's the back-end of this race

where he really shines. He can bring

0:35:430:35:49

it home. And he's started quick.

Already nearly two tenths up. Can he

0:35:490:35:54

beat his time of this morning?

Well,

what a start from the own boss. Just

0:35:540:36:01

over a quarter of the way through

it. The stadium is packed. They are

0:36:010:36:05

all more ring the Dutchman on here.

Now, I think we can see another

0:36:050:36:13

minute ride here. He's in the lead,

not by much. You can see the

0:36:130:36:18

difference in style, the lower gear.

And the injuries element to his

0:36:180:36:22

right.

What's he got left as he

takes the bell? It's the slenderest

0:36:220:36:29

of Leeds, possible now. Can he keep

on top of the gear, can he keep it

0:36:290:36:34

going? Can he set the fastest time?

Can he rolled back the years here?

0:36:340:36:38

Yes, he can. He has gone under one

minute! 59.95! Theo Bos from the

0:36:380:36:46

Netherlands leads in the men's

kilometre final with only two to go.

0:36:460:36:50

Well, that was great staff.

That's

going to take some beating, going

0:36:500:36:54

under a minute in a single day

twice, what a repeat performance.

0:36:540:36:59

So, we will expect the next two

riders to be significantly quicker

0:36:590:37:04

than him early on, but will they be

able to finish like that?

That was a

0:37:040:37:09

big final 200m also. He doesn't die

off. They are all dying off, but he

0:37:090:37:15

a lot less than the others.

I'm not

quite sure if he looked displeased

0:37:150:37:20

with that. He certainly looks to be

suffering, it doesn't look to be

0:37:200:37:25

pleasant, does it? But the crowd

appreciative. What a place to post a

0:37:250:37:29

performance like that.

He is down in

second place again already, what

0:37:290:37:35

not. Here is Matthew Glaetzer from

South Australia, the new sprint

0:37:350:37:40

champion.

I've been talking about

this before. He used an enormous

0:37:400:37:44

gear, and it cost him. His opening

lap was only good enough for 16th

0:37:440:37:48

place.

Today, earlier?

Earlier

today, and incredibly slow start

0:37:480:37:56

giving his finishing speed. He too

went faster and faster as the race

0:37:560:38:00

went on. Now, if he's changed his

gear to just quit enough, I think he

0:38:000:38:07

can be the person to take this now

is Goldust quick enough.

Theo Bos

0:38:070:38:11

will be breathing heavily and

sitting nervy -- nervously, I think.

0:38:110:38:17

Any one of these three could take

the World Title. Theo Bos is

0:38:170:38:23

guaranteed a medal after his right,

but what colour will it be?

He knows

0:38:230:38:30

the World Title is potentially one

minute and five seconds away. Uses

0:38:300:38:35

the length of his body to throw his

weight forward. Look at the ocean as

0:38:350:38:40

well as the power going into this

ride. It's certainly not pretty, but

0:38:400:38:44

there is a man just lifting weights

and just happens to be on a bicycle.

0:38:440:38:48

I'm surprised there's anything

strong enough to actually help him.

0:38:480:38:52

Half a second down in the first half

lap. He's stayed with that big gear.

0:38:520:38:57

But no panic, because he's going to

get quicker and quicker. And look

0:38:570:39:00

how small he can make

0:39:000:39:06

how small he can make himself, it's

incredible. He is now coming back.

0:39:100:39:12

The Dutch crowd is sitting rather

nervously at the halfway mark, just

0:39:120:39:14

over two tenths of a second, outside

the fastest time.

He is going with

0:39:140:39:17

the big gear style and it's paying

off. He's holding level, he's not

0:39:170:39:20

making inroads. 0.2 of a second. The

most aerial of all contenders.

Big

0:39:200:39:25

final lap four Matthew Glaetzer,

what's he got left in the tank? Has

0:39:250:39:29

he got enough to carry himself into

the gold-medal position? He might

0:39:290:39:32

do, he just edges ahead, three

quarters of the way, up to the line,

0:39:320:39:39

59.745 from Matthew Glaetzer of

Australia. That's sensational

0:39:390:39:41

riding.

Well, only one man has gone

faster than that, and he's about to

0:39:410:39:47

take to the track.

0:39:470:39:52

take to the track. He got 59.5, but

can he do it again? I'm surprised

0:39:520:39:56

that Matthew Glaetzer stayed with

the big year tactic. He's stayed in

0:39:560:40:01

touch with the opening laps but big

gear. He didn't look of double and

0:40:010:40:05

didn't enjoy it, that's for sure.

That what he looked like at the

0:40:050:40:10

start, never mind the finished

document look how small, he looks

0:40:100:40:13

like a pursuit. He gets himself so

small, barely stayed on the track.

0:40:130:40:18

Disappointment for the boss. That

Lee didn't last very long. But he

0:40:180:40:25

couldn't have done any more on the

date -- disappointment for Theo Bos.

0:40:250:40:29

Matthew Glaetzer has waited a long

time for an individual World

0:40:290:40:33

Championship gold medal. He knows,

maybe two will come along at once?

0:40:330:40:38

But this man could put the Dutchman

back on top of the podium.

0:40:380:40:45

back on top of the podium.

Unlike

Matthew Glaetzer, he posted the

0:40:460:40:47

fastest time by a huge amount,

Jeffrey Hoogland. 17.3 was his

0:40:470:40:53

opening lap. In his opening lap, he

was more than one second and a half

0:40:530:40:57

in front of Matthew Glaetzer. He

paid heavily for that. His final lap

0:40:570:41:02

was only tenth position. So, we can

expect an explosive start in every

0:41:020:41:06

sense.

Is get out quick and try and

hang on is the plan for him.

0:41:060:41:17

Wow, momentum, timing, and you can

see somebody totally in his element

0:41:210:41:25

with his opening lap. It belies the

speed that he's going, he's so, so

0:41:250:41:28

smooth here. He is 1.2 seconds up on

half a lap, I don't think I've ever

0:41:280:41:36

seen that before.

This is

unbelievable, the way he's just

0:41:360:41:39

attacking this race.

Faster than

this morning, slightly faster

0:41:390:41:42

against opt out so much --.

Out of

the gate like a greyhound. Can he

0:41:420:41:51

hang on for the gold-medal? The

crowd up on their feet in Apeldoorn.

0:41:510:41:55

Two seconds. It's hard to believe he

could possibly lose this title with

0:41:550:42:00

a Libra that, but the pain is

coming.

250 metres to go to the

0:42:000:42:06

World Championship title. It's a

massive lead at the start of his

0:42:060:42:09

final lap and the crowd going to try

and draw him home. Jeffrey Hoogland

0:42:090:42:14

from the Netherlands. I think he's

going to do it but he's tying up a

0:42:140:42:17

bit now. Has he got enough left?

Yes, he has! 59.459, the gold goes

0:42:170:42:26

to the Netherlands, and Jeffrey

Hoogland, the best was saved till

0:42:260:42:32

last.

Unbelievably consistent ride

by all three riders. He was the one

0:42:320:42:37

that knew that he had to but in the

time of his life to do that right.

0:42:370:42:43

That was incredible, watching that.

How they deal with the pressure of

0:42:430:42:48

knowing what has to be done.

What a

race! It tends to build to a

0:42:480:42:54

crescendo at the end, going in

ascending order. It was always a

0:42:540:42:59

great race to watch in the Olympic

Games. Partly because of that, the

0:42:590:43:02

spectacle of it getting faster and

faster. It's out of the Olympic

0:43:020:43:06

programme now, but as you can see

today, it still provides pure

0:43:060:43:10

sporting theatre.

You know, looking

at his bike and the setup, there's

0:43:100:43:17

more to come. I mean, they are

travelling, well, over 60 Ks per

0:43:170:43:21

hour. A standing start of 70 Ks per

hour, there's still more to do.

It

0:43:210:43:27

has only happened twice before, that

was one person who had managed to do

0:43:270:43:30

it ever. Here comes that tune again!

That special riding, you can see the

0:43:300:43:38

handlebars. This is standard,

off-the-shelf. You could go into a

0:43:380:43:43

shot and buy that stuff. It beggars

belief, to be honest.

I don't think

0:43:430:43:47

I'm going to do the K-1, to be

honest, it looks tough enough!

He's

0:43:470:43:57

not ready to celebrate yet, he's

wondering whether he's going to

0:43:570:44:00

throw up! Here is confirmation of

the result. Jeffrey Hoogland is the

0:44:000:44:06

winner. Silver for Australia and

Matthew Glaetzer. And Theo Bos for

0:44:060:44:12

the claiming bronze. -- for the

Netherlands claiming bronze.

0:44:120:44:20

the claiming bronze. -- for the

Netherlands claiming bronze.

0:44:200:44:20

STUDIO: The Dutch song is being sung

around the velodrome. They are very

0:44:200:44:24

happy home crowd. Chris Hoy, just to

put that into context, up until

0:44:240:44:30

today, one man had ridden a sub

minute kilo at sea level, that was

0:44:300:44:36

Matthew Glaetzer. He did it twice

and then in qualifying we saw three,

0:44:360:44:40

and now we've seen another three.

It's hard to emphasise how

0:44:400:44:44

impressive that was, from all three

of the riders on the podium. Matthew

0:44:440:44:48

Glaetzer was on a different level

than everybody else coming into

0:44:480:44:52

these Championships. Nobody really

thought Hoogland would be in with a

0:44:520:44:54

fat so much out. Theo Bos -- would

be in with a shout. This track

0:44:540:45:00

traditionally isn't that fast. It is

just phenomenal.

0:45:000:45:03

Glaetzer uses a massive gear. 124

inches. The start was so slow. He

0:45:100:45:17

had so much to do, but he built up

its speed and held on really well.

0:45:170:45:23

You can see his position is

exceptionally good aerodynamically.

0:45:230:45:27

I have to say, Hoogland has just

come off the track in collapsed

0:45:270:45:31

along from us in the mixed zone. He

is in the people position. You know

0:45:310:45:36

exactly what that pain might feel

like.

Well done. Yes, I do not know

0:45:360:45:43

how much pain he is in because I

have never gone that far at the

0:45:430:45:46

start of a kilo. He went off at

17.3, that his team sprint pace, on

0:45:460:45:54

a 112 inch gear. The amount of

lactic acid in his body, it is not a

0:45:540:45:58

pleasant feeling.

You can feel his

pain? I cannot feel that kind of

0:45:580:46:02

pain.

He put everything into this

right.

Yes, you do not see gaps like

0:46:020:46:12

that at this level of competition.

It was like an invisible brick wall

0:46:120:46:16

arrived right about now. The track

turns to trickle. You could have

0:46:160:46:23

rolled a tennis ball past in the

home straight but it did not matter,

0:46:230:46:26

he was so far ahead.

The only time I

saw you in that kind of shape was in

0:46:260:46:31

Bolivia, when you went for the world

record at altitude.

In those days it

0:46:310:46:36

was the only place in the world you

could go to break the minute. He has

0:46:360:46:39

done it at sea level on a track

which traditionally has been quite

0:46:390:46:42

slow. He is paying for it now, but

in a few minutes he will get the

0:46:420:46:47

rainbow Jersey and he will be fine.

Just a word on the Dutch sprinters,

0:46:470:46:51

because they have really set the

standard?

Yes, they have turned up

0:46:510:46:55

in force. Two on the podium today,

the team sprint was an outrageous

0:46:550:46:59

time. It was one of the fastest

times out with the Olympics ever.

0:46:590:47:04

Yes. They really turned up, all of

the riders, they are world-class,

0:47:040:47:11

and they have such depth. It is good

to see.

For the Dutch.

Not so good

0:47:110:47:17

for us. If he recovers enough to

chapters, we will have a word with

0:47:170:47:24

him. I want to reflect on an amazing

World Championships are you, you

0:47:240:47:30

mentioned the team sprint, the

silver medal. There was an element

0:47:300:47:33

of disappointment, you got the

medal, but with hindsight, coming

0:47:330:47:38

into these World Championships,

given the history of Great Britain

0:47:380:47:41

in recent World Championships and

the team sprint, it was a phenomenal

0:47:410:47:45

performance?

For sure. Obviously

you're coming to win. That is the

0:47:450:47:49

main thing you do. Anything other

than a victory is a disappointment,

0:47:490:47:56

but I do not think whatever we did

on that day would have beaten the

0:47:560:48:00

Dutch. They came out and they did a

time that, at the moment, we have

0:48:000:48:03

the riders that could do that, but

it is putting it all together.

They

0:48:030:48:07

put it together and we did not. Word

on the sprint last night. Fantastic

0:48:070:48:12

again. You said afterwards you were

hurting.

You were quite sore.

A

0:48:120:48:19

little. Disappointed to go out to

Matthew Glaetzer is a tremendous

0:48:190:48:22

printer, but to get the silver medal

in such a competitive event, now you

0:48:220:48:26

have been able to reflect on it, how

do you look back on a?

After

0:48:260:48:30

slipping on it, when I came off I

was disappointed. When you get to

0:48:300:48:34

that point, you're at the final, you

think it is possible. You going with

0:48:340:48:39

expectations, I want to have the

rainbow Jersey, but tactically I

0:48:390:48:43

rode it as best I could. He was the

better and faster rider on the day.

0:48:430:48:49

I cannot do anything about that. If

someone is better than you, they are

0:48:490:48:54

better.

It gives you a target. This

man enjoyed seeing in action

0:48:540:48:57

yesterday. I certainly did.

Massively impressive. I was

0:48:570:49:02

impressed with the way you approach

the whole week, not just the spring,

0:49:020:49:06

the team sprint, the keirin, 20

years of age, not being daunted by

0:49:060:49:11

anything, so much more to come. The

Commonwealth games coming up as

0:49:110:49:15

well. A big year ahead for you.

Hopefully. Well done. We look

0:49:150:49:21

forward to seeing you on the Gold

Coast with a Scotland Jersey. We

0:49:210:49:24

will now go to women's event. It is

the women's individual pursuit. The

0:49:240:49:30

USA set a world record in

qualifying. What good rider the

0:49:300:49:34

final?

0:49:340:49:39

final? -- what could do a wider do?

Look at the face. She is not going

0:49:400:49:48

to give in without a fight. We will

have to see something incredibly

0:49:480:49:52

special to turn around a nine second

deficit.

Cory Daggett was the rider

0:49:520:49:57

who made the difference in the

women's team pursuit. She made sure

0:49:570:50:02

that the Americans beat Great

Britain in the final. She was

0:50:020:50:05

outstanding. She smashed the world

record in the pursuit earlier today.

0:50:050:50:14

Already over two seconds in front.

An unbelievable turn of pace. One

0:50:140:50:24

minute and nine seconds for the

opening kilometre. Faster than some

0:50:240:50:27

of the men. You wonder if she would

have had a good shot that the team

0:50:270:50:35

pursuit on her own, her form is so

good. The world record has stood

0:50:350:50:40

since 2010.

They cannot show the

cutaway shot because they are in the

0:50:400:50:47

same straight. Annemiek Van Vleuten

is a superb racing cyclist, albeit

0:50:470:50:52

on the road. But she is being taken

to the cleaners.

Another one minute

0:50:520:50:59

nine seconds. She's only 0.2 seconds

slower. She's on world record pace

0:50:590:51:03

again. This time she will get the

catch at the right time. We are

0:51:030:51:10

watching something special. The

American is just 21 years of age.

0:51:100:51:17

American is just 21 years of age. A

phenomenal talent from the United

0:51:200:51:22

States. She is closing in on

Annemiek Van Vleuten. She is

0:51:220:51:26

breathing down the neck of the Dutch

rider. She's going to get the catch.

0:51:260:51:31

Will she continue? This is

extraordinary. Here comes Dygert.

0:51:310:51:37

She is about to catch Annemiek Van

Vleuten. They are not yet two

0:51:370:51:41

minutes into this final. Dygert goes

past her opponent. It will be the

0:51:410:51:45

silver medal for the Dutch rider but

she knew that before they even

0:51:450:51:49

started the race. It is all about

the time for Dygert, who will claim

0:51:490:51:54

the gold medal. It is just a case of

whether she can beat her own world

0:51:540:51:57

record.

She has already won, she is

choosing to continue for a time. She

0:51:570:52:03

knows that the world record as

possible. I thought the catch would

0:52:030:52:07

be later. She passed her in the

straight, which is ideal. We will

0:52:070:52:12

find out in one minute whether she

can do that.

Dygert, the world

0:52:120:52:17

champion, going for the time for the

second time today. Encouraged by the

0:52:170:52:23

Dutch crowd. A packed audience

inside the Belladrum in Apeldoorn.

0:52:230:52:27

Ban on the same time. Two minutes

and 13 at two kilometres.

It will be

0:52:270:52:36

very close. Hugging the bottom of

the tractable riding on a rail.

She

0:52:360:52:41

died in the qualifying round. It is

whether she slowed down this time.

0:52:410:52:45

It is on the cards, the coaches

telling.

One lap to go. One lap to

0:52:450:52:53

go for Dygert. Will she celebrate

the world title by beating the world

0:52:530:52:56

record as well? Not long to find

out, this is the final banking. Here

0:52:560:53:03

we go. Dygert takes the title, a new

world record. She has done it.

0:53:030:53:09

Dygert has done something very

special today. Twice breaking the

0:53:090:53:14

world record.

0:53:140:53:14

special today. Twice breaking the

world record.

0:53:140:53:18

That was incredible, to do it once

and then to do it twice.

We had a

0:53:180:53:23

plan. We wanted to go a little

faster, but this is great, I am glad

0:53:230:53:31

to get the world record. I wish

Sarah Hammer was here to share this

0:53:310:53:35

moment with me. She's been great. It

is my first World Championship

0:53:350:53:40

without so it is a little weird, but

it is great. I spoke to her before

0:53:400:53:46

the raid.

I am really excited. A

stunning performance from Dygert,

0:53:460:53:52

breaking the world record twice in

one day. Really backing up that

0:53:520:53:56

individual pursuit. That is one of

the events that came out of the

0:53:560:54:00

Olympics after Beijing, Rebecca

Romero of the Olympic champion

0:54:000:54:02

there. Like the kilo, we saw

standards drop when it was no longer

0:54:020:54:08

than the Olympics, but it seems as

we have seen now, people are

0:54:080:54:12

concentrating on these events again,

even though they are not in the

0:54:120:54:15

Olympics because they help with

other events.

Absolutely. For they

0:54:150:54:21

were in the wilderness, people

stopped competing at the World

0:54:210:54:23

Championships to focus on Olympic

events, but it helps towards the

0:54:230:54:27

team pursuit for example, and at the

end of the day, it is a rainbow

0:54:270:54:32

Jersey. You can see what it means to

be world champion. We keep

0:54:320:54:35

referencing the Olympics but it is a

World Championship. Dygert is an

0:54:350:54:40

exceptional athlete. Three minutes

and 20 seconds, three minutes and 22

0:54:400:54:45

was the previous record, Sarah

Hammer, we thought she was the

0:54:450:54:48

greatest pursuit of all time and

that was set at altitude.

It is very

0:54:480:54:55

impressive on this track. It is a

quick try, we have seen a number of

0:54:550:54:59

world records.

It does not have that

reputation. We found out

0:54:590:55:04

retrospectively, the reason was, it

was not because it was full, when

0:55:040:55:09

any major championships have been

here, the air pressure has been

0:55:090:55:13

high. The two important factors for

air density have been temperature

0:55:130:55:19

and pressure. At the end of this

week it has been 996, the pressure,

0:55:190:55:23

instead of the high when thousands.

People are breaking records and what

0:55:230:55:28

was perceived as a slow track. We

have three of the fastest ever sea

0:55:280:55:33

level kilo wreckers today and the

pursuit record.

Let's bring you

0:55:330:55:38

up-to-date with the men's points

race that was earlier this week.

0:55:380:55:43

This is action from early in the

race, were Great Britain's Mark

0:55:430:55:46

Stewart picked up 20 points when he

gained a lap on the field.

0:55:460:55:56

Great racing from a master of track

cycling, Cameron Meyer.

Three big

0:56:170:56:24

efforts and every of them paid off.

At the moment, Cameron Marron looks

0:56:240:56:30

in control of this race. The

Dutchman goes to the front. We had a

0:56:300:56:35

quick look at the rider from the

Ukraine.

He is off the front. No

0:56:350:56:44

sign of Kenny De Ketele. Mark

Stewart will try and get his nose in

0:56:440:56:49

front. De Ketele is not going to get

any points. Mark Stewart will do

0:56:490:56:56

everything he can to hold Van Schip

at bay. Five points for the retain

0:56:560:57:02

-- five points for the Ukraine and

34 Mark Stewart.

Is he playing a

0:57:020:57:07

canny game, because the last sprint

is double points.

Mark Stewart is on

0:57:070:57:11

a silver medal position by one

point.

They are going again. Cameron

0:57:110:57:17

Meyer, and Mark Stewart. Mark

Stewart is absolutely gassed, but he

0:57:170:57:21

hanging in.

This is the key moment

for Mark Stewart. Kenny De Ketele

0:57:210:57:26

knows he has to close that gap.

Kenny De Ketele is filled gas to try

0:57:260:57:35

and close that gap to give himself a

chance to win a medal. There is the

0:57:350:57:41

overall position with one sprint to

go.

Mark Stewart is in silver medal

0:57:410:57:43

position by one point. It all comes

down to the last print. He has had

0:57:430:57:49

to work hard, but everyone is spent.

Kenny De Ketele trying to save it

0:57:490:57:54

for the last sprint but he was

forced to work hard to close the

0:57:540:57:57

gap.

There is the man who leads the

way, who is set to become the world

0:57:570:58:03

champion yet again, Cameron Meyer.

Six laps to go. Over the line again.

0:58:030:58:12

Also up there, having a second win,

it is the Portuguese rider. He is

0:58:120:58:17

not a major player in what happens.

Six laps to go, 1.5 kilometres.

0:58:170:58:23

Cameron Meyer happy to sit on the

front and wind it up. You've got to

0:58:230:58:27

be careful behind when it is going

steady. A surprise attack could

0:58:270:58:32

change the race. Mark Stewart needs

to look his shoulder. Fourth place

0:58:320:58:37

at the moment. You have to be

careful.

Kenny De Ketele is buying.

0:58:370:58:42

Kenny De Ketele coming up to the

wheel of Mark Stewart. Mark Stewart

0:58:420:58:46

needs to make sure he is not boxed

in.

Cameron Meyer high the banking.

0:58:460:58:56

Now is the moment. Mark Stewart has

a good wheel. He is on the wheel of

0:58:560:59:01

the Belgium. -- Belgian. Kenny De

Ketele is just a couple of points

0:59:010:59:09

binding. Cameron Meyer is going to

win, but the rest of the medals and

0:59:090:59:13

programmes.

0:59:130:59:19

programmes.

Volikakis has gone down

to eighth place as they come around.

0:59:190:59:22

The rider from the Netherlands comes

to the front. It is all nothing for

0:59:220:59:28

Kenny De Ketele. Mark Stewart is

struggling to hold the pace and to

0:59:280:59:31

hold Israel. They take the bell.

Mark Stewart is flat out but I do

0:59:310:59:36

not think he will be able to take

part in the sprint.

0:59:360:59:44

part in the sprint. Morgan Kneisky

is coming around over the top of

0:59:440:59:46

Kenny De Ketele. They come over the

line.

0:59:460:59:54

line. Volikakis is second in that

final sprint. The Dutch crowd have

0:59:540:59:58

something to celebrate, but not as

much as that man there, because for

0:59:581:00:02

the fifth time in his career,

Cameron Meyer from Australia is the

1:00:021:00:06

world points race champion. Another

masterclass from him.

1:00:061:00:13

But we wait to see where the rest of

the medals will go.

Ten points on

1:00:141:00:19

that last line. I'm waiting to see,

but he might have got himself right

1:00:191:00:23

back up on the podium into second

position. We've got to wait for our

1:00:231:00:28

scoreboard to catch up. Sure enough,

he's given a silver medal position.

1:00:281:00:33

Stewart gets bronze. So, he was

lucky he had nothing left to give on

1:00:331:00:37

that last spring, did he?

What a

great ride from Mark Stuart. He was

1:00:371:00:47

canny, he was active, he timed his

efforts well, he gained a couple of

1:00:541:00:57

laps, kept himself involved. In the

end, he just didn't have anything

1:00:571:00:59

left in the tank for the final

sprint, but he done enough to secure

1:00:591:01:02

a richly deserved bronze medal. Mark

Stewart for Great Britain on the

1:01:021:01:05

medal podium with a bronze.

Congratulations, you put it all out

1:01:051:01:12

and deserved

1:01:121:01:12

Congratulations, you put it all out

and deserved a medal. It was a

1:01:121:01:14

cracking finish, you had to really

work hard to get on the podium.

Yes,

1:01:141:01:19

everyone always has something for

the sprint, I knew I would get it

1:01:191:01:23

the one before because mentally

everybody is saving themselves for

1:01:231:01:26

the end. I knew that mentally I

could hang on, and I did. I thought

1:01:261:01:30

I nearly stuffed it up and I was on

my knees, but it was OK.

You hadn't

1:01:301:01:35

been in the best of health coming

through the winter. To get through

1:01:351:01:40

your World Championship medal,

doesn't get any better than that.

1:01:401:01:44

Yes, to get a medal was just...

Absolutely amazing.

Cameron, huge

1:01:441:01:51

congratulations, your fifth World

Title. You just seem to get better

1:01:511:01:54

and better.

I think that one hurt

more than any of them! To say I was

1:01:541:02:01

nervous, I was very nervous,

actually. You wouldn't think it,

1:02:011:02:03

I've done a fair few world titles

now, but we don't get any easier. I

1:02:031:02:08

knew I'd be favourite and have a lot

of people following me and it would

1:02:081:02:12

be a tough race to win. I have a few

memories from the last points race

1:02:121:02:16

World Title that I lost, it was

here, I lost to Silva, the

1:02:161:02:21

Colombian. It was definitely a hard

race, but I'm very happy.

Well,

1:02:211:02:27

Chris, we'll talk about the

dominance and impressive ride from

1:02:271:02:30

Cameron Meyer in a minute. A word on

Mark Stewart, he rode a canny race

1:02:301:02:35

to get the bronze medals Killock

heeded, with great maturity, you saw

1:02:351:02:39

how much it meant to him at the end.

--

heeded, with great maturity. He's

1:02:391:02:45

got a big year ahead of him, the

Commonwealth Games coming up in

1:02:451:02:49

Glasgow. He was delighted, and

rightly so.

We've seen real progress

1:02:491:02:54

from him and other young in Geraint

writers are coming through,

1:02:541:02:57

replacing the big names. -- in

Geraint is riders.

When some of the

1:02:571:03:04

bigger names pull-out of retired...

But we are in an amazing situation

1:03:041:03:09

to have so many good riders. Ed

Clancy, possibly the greatest team

1:03:091:03:14

pursuit of all time, coming back

into the squad reinvigorated, that

1:03:141:03:18

has helped them, too. We have a huge

depth of squad now, younger riders

1:03:181:03:23

are able to step up on the bigger

stage and perform.

We will talk more

1:03:231:03:27

about Australia and Cameron Meyer on

a moment. Back to the live action

1:03:271:03:31

now. The women's keirin. It is a

race for the minor places. Katy

1:03:311:03:38

Marchant lined up for Great Britain

in this

1:03:381:03:40

Marchant lined up for Great Britain

in this one.

1:03:401:03:42

COMMENTATOR: Thanks, Jill. They are

almost repaired to -- prepared to

1:03:421:03:50

go, but a few repairs to the

advertising board because it can

1:03:501:03:53

pose a hazard.

Oh, it's gone!

They've decided to remove the

1:03:531:03:59

offending...

A wise decision.

I'm

quite curious to see what was on the

1:03:591:04:04

back there!

A bit of graffiti. There

we go, there's Hellenic has us from

1:04:041:04:09

Spain. -- Helena Casas.

1:04:091:04:15

The officials are now happy that the

Denny bike can go, shortly, make its

1:04:181:04:27

way round. We have Daria Shmeleva

from Russia in this race as well,

1:04:271:04:33

and we weren't expecting that. She

completely misjudged her race in the

1:04:331:04:38

semifinal, she thought they were

sprinting for the minor lap before

1:04:381:04:40

they actually were. There she is.

She will be smarting after that. But

1:04:401:04:47

-- Lyubov Rossouw is in this as

well, and Lee Hye-jin from South

1:04:471:04:53

Korea is in the white outfit. The

red is looks gets the all of Mexico.

1:04:531:05:05

Katy Marchant is forth at the

moment. The Russian athlete is

1:05:051:05:08

behind her. And Casas of Spain on

the back.

Shmeleva has got to be the

1:05:081:05:16

favourite, as long as she counts the

raps correctly, I think she's got to

1:05:161:05:21

be the favourite. No real need for

anybody to change places just yet

1:05:211:05:24

due to the nature of this event. If

a bike pulls out with three full

1:05:241:05:32

laps to go, it's a long way to go

until the finish line.

It has

1:05:321:05:37

changed the style of the racing in

the keirin.

I think so. As we keep

1:05:371:05:42

saying, they've not allowed to

overtake that bike before Red Bulls

1:05:421:05:46

off the track. They will start to

look behind each other and leave

1:05:461:05:49

gaps. You can't leave more than ten

metres and you cannot overtake the

1:05:491:05:53

bike but they can be coming at it,

Excel or waiting towards it, and it

1:05:531:05:57

pulling off, which it has now done.

The race is on, but nobody wanted to

1:05:571:06:04

be the one to take it away from the

foot. Right now, we will start to

1:06:041:06:09

see the overtaking stars.

Katy

Marchant begins to make a move. And

1:06:091:06:14

bus over of the Ukraine goes to the

front. Katy Marchant, Shmeleva on

1:06:141:06:21

the outside. Casas is going to have

to go the long way round. She is

1:06:211:06:28

stuck behind Gaxiola of Mexico now.

Katy Marchant is in a good spot in

1:06:281:06:35

second place. Shmeleva on the

outside. Lee Hye-jin boxing on the

1:06:351:06:39

inside. Shmeleva tries to make a

move, Katy Marchant resists. Lee

1:06:391:06:46

Hye-jin in second place. Katy

Marchant in a photo for third.

There

1:06:461:06:51

is a strong ride from the rider by

the Ukraine, Lyubov Shulika. Very

1:06:511:06:59

much the shortest route, of course.

Bus over is really experienced and

1:06:591:07:07

is the European champion. A very

strong ride from her. Katy Marchant

1:07:071:07:15

was third in that phrase. -- that

race. Ninth place overall in the

1:07:151:07:22

competition. Lyubov bus overtaking

get from Lee Hye-jin. She wasn't in

1:07:221:07:30

the final that she was expecting.

1:07:301:07:32

STUDIO: We will get the main final

underway very soon. Kristina Vogel

1:07:421:07:48

has been very much the sprinter

in-form here this week, the great

1:07:481:07:52

Germans bring to.

She has, it is

hard to look beyond her for the

1:07:521:07:56

final. She's been so dominant and so

confident, the way she's been

1:07:561:08:00

riding. But the keirin is a tricky

one to control. There's far more

1:08:001:08:05

variables in this than by Sprint, it

is difficult to see.

Back to Chris

1:08:051:08:08

and Simon.

COMMENTATOR: There's Kristina Vogel,

1:08:081:08:15

Hugh is going for what would be an

all-time record of a 12th World

1:08:151:08:20

Championship gold medal. She is up

against Areca Betts cratered, she

1:08:201:08:24

was the keirin champion of the

world. The Dutch athlete won a

1:08:241:08:33

silver medal last week,

Braspennincx. A fast rider when she

1:08:331:08:36

gets up to full speed.

1:08:361:08:41

gets up to full speed. Nicky

Degrendele finished very strongly

1:08:421:08:43

for Belgium. The Dutch are also

represented by Laurine van Riessen

1:08:431:08:48

as well.

Two riders in this event

really can change things, actually.

1:08:481:08:55

They are supposed to ride

individually, but you'll often find

1:08:551:08:58

that there's a gap left and things

like that.

The one who we haven't

1:08:581:09:02

seen on the screen is Lee Sze from

Hong Kong. -- Lee Wai Sze. She

1:09:021:09:11

finished third in the keirin in the

Olympic Games in London, that race

1:09:111:09:14

was run -- won by Victoria

Pendleton. Lee Wai Sze is in the

1:09:141:09:21

back of the group at the moment.

Van

Riessen could do something with

1:09:211:09:28

this. As we've heard Chris Hoy

saying, there's a lot of variables

1:09:281:09:33

in this event. It isn't always the

fastest person that wins. There's

1:09:331:09:38

just so many different agendas being

played out over such a short space

1:09:381:09:41

of time as the sprint commences. Are

the Dutch going to be able to use

1:09:411:09:48

the fact that they've got two riders

in here?

You can spot the difference

1:09:481:09:54

between the two Dutchwoman. The one

with all the writing on the helmet

1:09:541:09:59

is Braspennincx. Also, van Riessen

is wearing white gloves. She is dead

1:09:591:10:03

in line. Braspennincx at the front,

van Riessen in third, looking

1:10:031:10:10

anxiously. -- she is third in line.

The three favourites or in the back

1:10:101:10:15

of a moment.

Look at the Gap, van

Riessen will be very happy to let

1:10:151:10:19

the others go ahead and she will be

able to run. Both of us got work to

1:10:191:10:24

do at the back.

They are all looking

and waiting for Kristina Vogel,

1:10:241:10:28

sitting on her wheel at the moment.

Now she starts to wind it up. Still

1:10:281:10:34

Braspennincx front. Brendan McCole

is passed. Long Way round for Vogel.

1:10:341:10:39

-- drug -- Degrendele goes bust. She

has plenty to do if she is to retain

1:10:391:10:47

her title. They take the bowel

shoulder to shoulder. Laurine van

1:10:471:10:53

Riessen and Nicky Degrendele.

Kristina Vogel is out of it as they

1:10:531:11:00

come into the finishing straight.

Degrendele takes it for Belgium!

1:11:001:11:05

What an upset in the World

Championship final. Degrendele is

1:11:051:11:09

the champion of the world. And

Kristina Vogel, who has won it for

1:11:091:11:13

the last two years and already has

three gold medals at these wild

1:11:131:11:19

Championships just couldn't be

competitive this time. No wonder

1:11:191:11:22

Degrendele I can't believe it. That

is an upset.

Very much so. Kristina

1:11:221:11:29

Vogel needed to be aggressive from

the outset and get us off into a

1:11:291:11:33

controlling position. But she chose

to wait and wait. Everybody was

1:11:331:11:37

waiting for her. By the time the

sprint started, she had way too much

1:11:371:11:41

work to do.

There is a confirmation

of the result. Degrendele are taking

1:11:411:11:44

the gold. Simona Krupeckaite the

bronze for Lithuania. She won by a

1:11:441:11:53

long way.

She certainly did. I'd

like to see the full replay of how

1:11:531:11:58

she made her way through there. But

Kristina Vogel had three goes to

1:11:581:12:02

come around the outside, every time

she was taken wide. It was too much

1:12:021:12:06

distance for her.

1:12:061:12:12

distance for her.

Well, Lee Wai Sze

looks pretty happy with her medal.

1:12:131:12:17

She's a former world champion in the

500 metre time trial. Another one

1:12:171:12:20

her collection. The epic figure of

clap -- Simona Krupeckaite, still

1:12:201:12:31

performing at the top level late in

her career. What a result for the

1:12:311:12:37

Belgian rider, Nicky Degrendele.

Receiving the congratulations from

1:12:371:12:43

last year's champion, Kristina

Vogel. Well, that wasn't the outcome

1:12:431:12:49

I think most people in the stadium

were expecting. And you can see,

1:12:491:12:53

Chris, as soon as it disappeared,

they were looking and waiting to see

1:12:531:12:58

what Kristina Vogel would do.

Her

reputation preceded her and really

1:12:581:13:02

got in the way. That is the joy of

the keirin, the amount of people

1:13:021:13:07

involved, you're never actually sure

what going to happen.

And the joy of

1:13:071:13:12

sport, you're never quite sure who

is going to win.

1:13:121:13:20

STUDIO: Yes, Kristina Vogel was

unable to defend the keirin title,

1:13:211:13:24

Chris. It has been a long week for

her. If she had been able to take

1:13:241:13:31

it, it would have been 12 titles,

beating your record. You would have

1:13:311:13:36

had to come out of retirement!

I

would, definitely! Whether I could

1:13:361:13:40

win another medal, who knows! Very

unlikely, if not impossible. As

1:13:401:13:46

Chris was saying, her reputation

preceded her. It was

1:13:461:13:49

Chris was saying, her reputation

preceded her. It was difficult to

1:13:491:13:49

take control. The

1:13:491:13:50

preceded her. It was difficult to

take control. The Dutch were

1:13:501:13:51

dominant in terms of dictating the

pace. You can see Degrendele, so

1:13:511:13:55

wily, sitting on the wheel. Winding

up on the outside. Lee Wai Sze from

1:13:551:14:04

Hong Kong, using her brain and

sitting in until the last possible

1:14:041:14:07

moment. It is great to see Remainer

grip on -- Simona Krupeckaite from

1:14:071:14:16

Lithuania.

Stephanie Morton, the

Australian sprinter, she was

1:14:161:14:20

missing, we would have expected to

see her in that final.

The first

1:14:201:14:23

round, she just didn't look herself

today at all. I saw her when we came

1:14:231:14:28

in first thing, and her body

language, you could just see that

1:14:281:14:31

she wasn't at that sort of positive

demeanour. It just shows the

1:14:311:14:36

programme, the amount of raising

their doing, it takes its toll. It's

1:14:361:14:39

very hard to back up day after day.

We will leave it there for the

1:14:391:14:44

moment, Chris. Next we look at the

women's Madison, which made its

1:14:441:14:48

debut at the World Championships

last year. The Madison now back into

1:14:481:14:51

the Olympics. It is a -- an

opportunity that Katie Archibald is

1:14:511:14:59

relishing.

Katie Archibald, a great

ride by the British riders! And

1:14:591:15:03

Great Britain take it by two points.

Obviously the Madderson, going back

1:15:031:15:11

in 2020, you and Eleanor were very

strong in Manchester. Is the

1:15:111:15:14

prospect of completing their

exciting --

1:15:141:15:18

prospect of completing their

exciting -- completing their

1:15:181:15:19

exciting?

Last year and this year it

clashed with the Individual Pursuit.

1:15:191:15:23

That was more of a target for me

than the Omni, that had been a

1:15:231:15:29

long-term desire, it still is, I

think -- the Omni. I guess I'd

1:15:291:15:33

always viewed myself as a pursuit

rider. So, yeah, it's something I

1:15:331:15:38

want to achieve greatness in.

1:15:381:15:44

Here comes Katie Archibald. She gets

it on the line. Everyone in the

1:15:461:15:50

stadium is on their feet. What a

race, what a win for Great Britain.

1:15:501:15:57

It did not work out in the

individual pursuit last year.

1:15:571:16:02

Hopefully one day it will. But the

programme does not work for it. It

1:16:021:16:05

is not married in with other

training ambitions. I have said that

1:16:051:16:09

the side, and decided to focus on

selection for the madison. We have

1:16:091:16:16

been training around that team,

hoping that we will get on that

1:16:161:16:21

podium, the same as everyone else.

We want a stripey Jersey.

Katie

1:16:211:16:26

Archibald was not scheduled to ride

the madison in Apeldoorn, however,

1:16:261:16:30

Elinor Barker's crash in the omnium

the day before meant that Katie

1:16:301:16:35

Archibald was drafted in to ride

alongside Emily Nelson, who picked

1:16:351:16:39

up a silver medal in the madison in

Hong Kong last year.

1:16:391:16:44

Zabelinskaya with a little bit of an

advantage over Britain at the

1:16:441:16:47

moment. Katie Archibald, second on

the track. That is despite the fact

1:16:471:16:54

it is a sea of riders.

We have

another attack from Mexico.

1:16:541:16:59

it is a sea of riders.

We have

another attack from Mexico. Mexico

1:16:591:16:59

are still on the same lap. They are

back in sixth position, and two

1:16:591:17:05

points. The British team of spotted

the danger. The Dutch are trying to

1:17:051:17:09

go with them, but they have got

caught in traffic.

It is Salazar on

1:17:091:17:15

the front for Mexico. She is being

followed by Zabelinskaya of Russia.

1:17:151:17:23

The Dutch are alongside British

rider.

We need to be careful they do

1:17:231:17:27

not do too much work. The Dutch are

getting an easy ride well Nelson

1:17:271:17:32

closes down this move. They might

have to sit this one out.

Or is

1:17:321:17:41

Katie Archibald going to take it on?

Archibald is looking bank, winding

1:17:411:17:46

it up, getting ready to be thrown

back into the race by Emily Nelson,

1:17:461:17:51

the change into the back straight

now. Through the traffic was Katie

1:17:511:17:55

Archibald. Negotiating it very well,

was not sure whether to go left a

1:17:551:18:00

red as the Dutch try to make a

change.

Yes, that was not ideal.

We

1:18:001:18:11

are on the sprint lap. Katie

Archibald is going to get another

1:18:111:18:14

five points for Great Britain with

60 laps to go. She will do it with

1:18:141:18:19

room to spare.

That changeover did

not work for the Netherlands. Katie

1:18:191:18:23

Archibald got in the middle of it. I

do not think she did it

1:18:231:18:28

intentionally but it made life

difficult. I thought they were going

1:18:281:18:32

to be in trouble because Nelson did

lots of work leading into that. It

1:18:321:18:35

is working out beautifully for them.

Just a touch. You're allowed to do

1:18:351:18:42

that. It does not have to be

cancelling. You just do not get the

1:18:421:18:47

benefit of that extra energy.

That

takes Franca to minus 19.

They still

1:18:471:18:54

have work to do. It is not the two

horse race but it is moving in that

1:18:541:18:59

direction. Italy on eight points in

third position, if they took on lap

1:18:591:19:03

they would be the lead. It is still

close enough. Both teams from the

1:19:031:19:09

Netherlands and Great Britain really

looking to stamp on anyone who tries

1:19:091:19:13

to make a move.

Emily Nelson

following bank Kirsten Wild. We have

1:19:131:19:20

not seen anything from the defending

champions, Belgium, from D'Hoore and

1:19:201:19:28

inexperienced partner at this level.

The first lull, relatively speaking.

1:19:281:19:35

Six laps to go, that is a good time

to take it. The USA look like they

1:19:351:19:42

might have a go. They have work to

do, they are a long way behind.

1:19:421:19:48

Equal 14th position, 40 points down,

due to losing two laps. They can

1:19:481:19:54

afford to let that one goal.

Kirsten

Wild starts to wind things up a bit.

1:19:541:20:00

Dideriksen is straight on her. Five

teams on the same lap. This is how

1:20:001:20:07

hard this race has been. Quality

riders.

1:20:071:20:16

riders.

Dideriksen moves around the

outside as the Dutch make a change.

1:20:161:20:19

Amy Pieters back in the race. They

are past the halfway distance.

It

1:20:191:20:27

will be Trine Schmidt, the European

champion in the points race in the

1:20:271:20:30

scratch races into the race for

Denmark.

I am looking where the

1:20:301:20:34

partners are on the track. Soon we

will be looking for that changeover.

1:20:341:20:40

The British are well poised.

1:20:401:20:45

The British are well poised.

That is

that -- there is -- there is an

1:20:481:20:51

advantage for Zabelinskaya. Then it

is Amy Pieters of Denmark.

Nelson is

1:20:511:20:57

getting ready to go into the race. A

beautiful piece of exhilaration

1:20:571:21:01

before the change.

They take the

bell. Nelson is straight into it and

1:21:011:21:05

she will go past the Russians who

are about to make a change.

1:21:051:21:11

Zabelinskaya makes a change, but no

one is going to challenge Nelson.

1:21:111:21:16

This is masterful in the madison

from the British painting.

1:21:161:21:21

Technically and tactically they have

been superb until now in this race.

1:21:211:21:27

The Dutch keep getting caught on the

back foot, not changing at the right

1:21:271:21:30

time.

1:21:301:21:35

time. We can see a mechanical

problem for the team from Ireland.

1:21:391:21:44

There is no neutral servers, so the

partner has to keep riding until her

1:21:441:21:50

team-mate is ready to rejoin.

A ten

point advantage over the Dutch. 31,

1:21:501:21:56

20 one. The Russians are in fourth

position, just two points behind

1:21:561:22:02

Italy.

They are coming good in the

second half of the race, looking to

1:22:021:22:08

take a medal. A hint of easing off

as the fan out across the track.

1:22:081:22:12

This is Katie Archibald for Great

Britain, she was world champion in

1:22:121:22:16

the omnium one year ago in Hong

Kong. She did not take part in the

1:22:161:22:20

omnium year. The Russians have gone

on the attack. That could be a

1:22:201:22:27

catalyst. The Dutch are choosing the

Russians. The British team of

1:22:271:22:32

effectively got one of the pair they

have got to watch.

They are up the

1:22:321:22:35

road. Britain are chasing. Archibald

knows she cannot afford to let those

1:22:351:22:42

two Michael Gove.

She is closing the

gap. They will get the change before

1:22:421:22:46

the Dutch team as well. They will

get fresh legs first, so Archibald

1:22:461:22:51

is not panicking, moving across the

gap.

Already in the slipstream. The

1:22:511:22:58

laps are ticking by. The gap is

closed and the join is made. Great

1:22:581:23:03

Britain make the change.

Archibald

throws Nelson back into it.

1:23:031:23:08

Developing more of a rhythm, this

race. Lots of riders have given up,

1:23:081:23:14

it has been so hard.

Lots of riders

have effectively not been in the

1:23:141:23:17

race for most of the race, because

of the pace at the start. The

1:23:171:23:23

Netherlands are accelerating again

with Kirsten Wild. Emily Nelson is

1:23:231:23:27

on Tour real, and Amerli Dideriksen

of Denmark is on to her, and

1:23:271:23:33

Novolodskaya from Russia as well.

They are not here for a medal, they

1:23:331:23:37

are here to win. They can see they

are not winning the sprints at the

1:23:371:23:40

moment. They have a ten point

deficit, so they will start looking

1:23:401:23:44

for attacks.

Kirsten Wild having a

look around.

Novolodskaya is there.

1:23:441:23:53

It will be the bell this time for

the sprint. The British change now.

1:23:531:23:58

Good timing for the sprint. Straight

into Katie Archibald. Kirsten Wild

1:23:581:24:02

will lead the side. Denmark makes a

change. Just as Archibald tries to

1:24:021:24:08

go around the outside. Schmidt will

not be able to challenge. The

1:24:081:24:14

Netherlands are leading, but they do

not get it. Archibald has got the

1:24:141:24:20

number of Wild every time in the

sprint so far.

The Dutch are going

1:24:201:24:24

to try going around and keeping

going. No, spotted straightaway.

1:24:241:24:31

Remarkable riding by both teams,

actually.

It is relentless. These

1:24:311:24:37

two are the class of the field in

this race. 39 laps to go. Great

1:24:371:24:45

Britain, Netherlands, Denmark,

Italy, at the front of the race,

1:24:451:24:47

altogether on the track.

Great

Britain and 36 points, the

1:24:471:24:53

Netherlands in 24, Italy and nine,

and Denmark and seven. Two teams are

1:24:531:25:00

dominant. They need to be careful.

If they start watching each other

1:25:001:25:04

too early, other teams can take this

title.

1:25:041:25:07

I think it is time for the British

team to start trading tactically,

1:25:131:25:17

start following the reels. They can

afford to give away points and stay

1:25:171:25:20

on the wheel of the touch. -- of the

Dutch team. At this point, they need

1:25:201:25:29

to conserve energy.

The Dutch make a

change into Kirsten Wild. If I was

1:25:291:25:35

one of the other teams are in a

medal position, this is the time

1:25:351:25:39

when you start to think, they will

have to watch each other, so I might

1:25:391:25:44

be given an opportunity.

Now is the

time to go on the offensive. The

1:25:441:25:49

British and the Dutch start to play

brinkmanship. It could get

1:25:491:25:52

interesting. The laps are going

down.

It will be 34 this time. Lydia

1:25:521:26:00

Boylan at the front, about to do the

handover.

70% of this field has lost

1:26:001:26:06

laps already.

1:26:061:26:11

laps already.

Italy, at the moment

in third place, are leading, leading

1:26:111:26:17

the front runners around the bottom.

Justin bank Ireland you are still 20

1:26:171:26:22

points down in joint eighth place.

Minus points after the top five. It

1:26:221:26:31

is Italy, with Confalonieri. The

Netherlands are second, Great

1:26:311:26:38

Britain third. Archibald, right on

the wheel of Amy Pieters.

They will

1:26:381:26:44

get the bell when they come around

next time.

Everyone is lining up for

1:26:441:26:47

the sprint. Paternoster has been put

into the race by Italy.

They have

1:26:471:26:53

made their change already. Look at

this, on the bell again. Nelson into

1:26:531:26:58

the race from Archibald.

Beautifully

timed. This is the sprint, the

1:26:581:27:04

British attack once more. Have the

others got to speak to respond to

1:27:041:27:09

this attack from Emily Nelson.

Beautifully timed, expertly

1:27:091:27:14

executed. This is where she has to

be careful. Expending a big effort

1:27:141:27:18

like that, the Dutch could go on the

attack.

It looks like they might. It

1:27:181:27:25

is handy to Kirsten Wild to its

close the gap to Nelson and will go

1:27:251:27:27

past. Nelson tries to respond.

Nelson did not see that coming. That

1:27:271:27:36

is the danger when you're on the

offensive, in the lead. Everyone

1:27:361:27:39

else has nothing to lose, you need

to keep something in reserve for

1:27:391:27:43

chasing.

This is watch is kept in

reserve. Archibald swoops down and

1:27:431:27:48

is back in the race for Great

Britain, looking to close the gap.

1:27:481:27:54

The Netherlands, with Kirsten Wild,

lead the way. Archibald says, no,

1:27:541:27:58

you will not escape this time. She

closes the gap.

Nelson will not

1:27:581:28:04

recover readily. She has printed and

chaste. It will take some recovering

1:28:041:28:09

from that. Katie Archibald will have

to cover this for some time.

The

1:28:091:28:16

Dutch are on the front foot because

they have been able to make the

1:28:161:28:19

change. It is Amy Pieters. This is

the Dutch attempt to try and break

1:28:191:28:24

the British stranglehold on this

race.

26 laps remaining. Remember,

1:28:241:28:31

double points on the last sprint,

ten points for the last sprint.

1:28:311:28:37

There are three sprints left, so 20

points, apart from the lap, left in

1:28:371:28:41

this race.

Great Britain lead the

way and 41 points, Netherlands

1:28:411:28:45

second and 26, Italy third and

Russia forth.

Without the lap, there

1:28:451:28:53

are 20 points left, and the British

team have a 15 point lead. Nervous

1:28:531:28:57

times despite the big lead they have

got at the moment. They have put

1:28:571:29:03

everything into defence. They do not

have to score ahead of the Dutch

1:29:031:29:05

again. They cannot let them escape.

I think the Dutch have showing their

1:29:051:29:14

hand now as well.

They are being

marked at the moment. Nelson is

1:29:141:29:24

stuck to Kirsten Wild like the

limpet. Not giving her an inch.

1:29:241:29:30

Confalonieri from Italy has a look

around. She sees that Poland right

1:29:301:29:35

behind her at the moment. They are

not a factor in this race. At the

1:29:351:29:39

front end of the race, the chase is

on. That was a wider line that

1:29:391:29:46

Novolodskaya had to take for Russia,

but Italy are having a go. The Dutch

1:29:461:29:52

are looking to respond. Britain will

have to chase the Netherlands once

1:29:521:29:54

more. Italy trying to hoover up the

points, but the Dutch are in a good

1:29:541:30:00

position. Now it is Paternoster, on

her shoulder as Kirsten Wild. I am

1:30:001:30:05

not sure of Wild has the speed. Here

comes Archibald to try and pick Wild

1:30:051:30:09

on the line again.

You can see

better than me and she managed it.

1:30:091:30:16

This is brilliant for Great Britain.

Italy can close down on the Dutch

1:30:161:30:20

team. They are forced to ride

defensively.

She has done it again.

1:30:201:30:30

Italy, Netherlands, Great Britain

and Russia are the point scorers.

1:30:311:30:34

Great Britain's lead is extended.

I

don't want to put a jinx on it with

1:30:341:30:39

19 laps to go, but this is the best

tactical race that I've ever seen

1:30:391:30:44

from a British pair, male or female.

It has been a masterclass up until

1:30:441:30:48

now. They still have 16 laps to go,

they are not home just yet. Russia

1:30:481:30:54

gained off the front. This time, it

is Olga Zabelinskaya. The silver

1:30:541:31:01

medallist in the road time trial in

Rio, bronze medallist in the Olympic

1:31:011:31:05

Games in London. Don't need to chase

this one. I'm not sure this is a

1:31:051:31:09

great idea. They don't need to go

after this. Let the Dutch do it,

1:31:091:31:13

they are the ones that have

threatened first. Nelson goes up the

1:31:131:31:17

track a little bit to allow the

Dutch to go through. Kirsten Wild is

1:31:171:31:21

back in the race. Dietrich is

continuing. -- Dideriksen is

1:31:211:31:25

continuing.

1:31:251:31:30

continuing. Confalonieri hands it to

Paternoster now. Inching towards the

1:31:341:31:39

World Title. Getting closer.

Archibald once more.

1:31:391:31:44

The Dutch having a little look

around. Wild just looking to see

1:31:491:31:56

where Archibald was for a moment.

Relatively speaking, is like Lawell

1:31:561:32:00

in the pace for the first time in a

long time.

-- a slight lull in the

1:32:001:32:05

pace. Don't give them the element of

surprise. But everybody's looking

1:32:051:32:10

absolutely nailed at this point in

the race, two sprints remaining. 15

1:32:101:32:16

points on the board.

Russia and

Italy are both very keen to get

1:32:161:32:19

involved in the points here. Because

the Russians, well, they've got a

1:32:191:32:23

bit to make up here. It is Italy and

Russia at the moment in contention

1:32:231:32:29

for bronze, potentially. A position

that Italy are dominant in the

1:32:291:32:33

moment. But Russia still fighting.

So that's why we've got these two at

1:32:331:32:39

the front at the moment. It is

Confalonieri for Italy. And the

1:32:391:32:46

Dutch are having another go once

more here. And Great Britain's

1:32:461:32:51

riders back, not quite there, the

attack comes from Amy Pieters.

1:32:511:32:55

Pieters leads for the Dutch. Italy

in second place. Great Britain are a

1:32:551:33:00

bit of the place now. Won't score

any points for the first time in a

1:33:001:33:04

long time in this race.

This is the

move, this is the big effort now. I

1:33:041:33:09

don't think it's just about the

Sprint here.

Can they keep it

1:33:091:33:13

going's Pieters for the Netherlands

down the back straight. Great

1:33:131:33:16

Britain, there's quite a big gap

here, they've got work to close it.

1:33:161:33:23

That's the only mistake they've made

in this race. They got separated

1:33:231:33:27

about five laps to go. Have the

Dutch got the gas left to do

1:33:271:33:31

anything with it? It doesn't look

like it.

No panic from Emily Nelson

1:33:311:33:35

when she went past our commentary

position. The door has been closed

1:33:351:33:40

once more, but that was an anxious

moment.

It certainly was, and I

1:33:401:33:44

think they are really feeling it

now. Ten laps to go, World Title

1:33:441:33:48

insight.

They need to get back onto

that Dutch wheel. And that's exactly

1:33:481:33:57

what Katie Archibald is looking to

do. Elbowed to elbow between Schmidt

1:33:571:34:04

of Denmark and Wyles of the

Netherlands. Great Britain going

1:34:041:34:11

round the outside, very high up the

track, Archibald.

They don't even

1:34:111:34:15

have to score here, they just have

to make sure that nobody takes the

1:34:151:34:19

lap. With six laps to go, I don't

think anybody else can do that now.

1:34:191:34:23

Getting closer and closer to the

World Title. Got to stay vigilant. A

1:34:231:34:28

moment's lap in concentration and

you end up on the deck in a race

1:34:281:34:31

like this. One last attack from the

Dutch. They want to finish in style.

1:34:311:34:37

Even if they don't take the gold,

they will look for a big sprint.

1:34:371:34:42

Dideriksen is thinking about

attacking for Denmark, she decided

1:34:421:34:46

to accelerate. Emily Dideriksen in

the red and White has opened up a

1:34:461:34:50

little gap for the Danes. -- Amalie

Dideriksen. Katie Archibald is going

1:34:501:34:54

to throw Emily Nelson back into it.

They are almost there, Cuadrilla

1:34:541:34:59

lapsed ago, last of the dice for

Denmark.

One kilometre remaining in

1:34:591:35:05

this Madison World Championship. The

Brits poised to take the World

1:35:051:35:08

Title. Less than a minute of racing

remaining.

Not too far behind the

1:35:081:35:14

Netherlands, on the wheel of Mexico

is Nelson for Great Britain now.

1:35:141:35:21

Going for it.

She is going past the

Dutch as if they are riding through

1:35:211:35:26

treacle. She appears in the

finishing straight, chasing down

1:35:261:35:29

Italy, going past them. Russia in

her sights. Denmark with less than a

1:35:291:35:36

length of the backstreet advantage.

But is not going to happen for them,

1:35:361:35:40

as we are going into the last lap of

the race here now. Great Britain

1:35:401:35:44

with the final changeover to take

the bell. It is one lap for Katie

1:35:441:35:49

Archibald, as Archibald goes down

the back straight! This has been an

1:35:491:35:56

absolute Madison masterclass! A

wonderful ride from start to finish.

1:35:561:36:00

And Katie Archibald crosses the

line. Great Britain are the world

1:36:001:36:05

champions in the Madison. That was

stunning, that was brilliant, take a

1:36:051:36:11

bow, Emily Nelson and Katie

Archibald. No wonder everyone in the

1:36:111:36:15

stadium is giving them a standing

ovation. Tremendous race.

She nearly

1:36:151:36:20

ran out of gears! Her bike was

beginning to come off she was going

1:36:201:36:23

so fast on the final lap! What an

enjoyable experience

1:36:231:36:34

enjoyable experience that must have

been. I've not seen a Madison

1:36:341:36:36

performance like that in many years.

It was a joy to watch. I couldn't

1:36:361:36:39

believe they managed to line it up

time after time. A delightful

1:36:391:36:41

performance. At the start I said,

you know, I think Katie Archibald

1:36:411:36:44

might be a bit off the boil. Well,

she seemed all right there!

It's

1:36:441:36:47

hard to think how you can ride it

race better than that. Damari

1:36:471:36:51

Nelson, do you want to -- Emily

Nelson, do you want to ride the

1:36:511:36:58

Madison?

The Dutch were fantastic,

but they just didn't get a look in,

1:36:581:37:03

they couldn't win a sprint, they can

escape. That was phenomenal,

1:37:031:37:09

absolutely phenomenal.

So, Great

Britain winning the gold medal here

1:37:091:37:15

in Apeldoorn in the women's Madison.

1:37:151:37:20

Britain winning the gold medal here

in Apeldoorn in the women's Madison.

1:37:201:37:22

STUDIO: Well, congratulations. Simon

Brotherton described it as a Madison

1:37:221:37:26

masterclass. You absolutely nailed

that one, Emily.

Yes, I'm a bit

1:37:261:37:31

speechless at the moment. It's going

to take a while to sink in. I think

1:37:311:37:35

we just raced it really well as a

team. We've actually only ever done

1:37:351:37:39

one Madison together as well, we

were thrown together at the last

1:37:391:37:43

minute but we played to each other's

strengths, and, yes, we won!

1:37:431:37:48

Tactically, I don't think we've seen

a better Madison ride. The changes,

1:37:481:37:51

the timing, everything was just

spot-on.

1:37:511:37:58

spot-on.

We get into this debate

quite often, do you want composite

1:38:001:38:02

strengths or matching strengths? Do

you attack it with the same formats

1:38:021:38:05

for both of you? Me and Emily, we've

got the same strengths, I think.

1:38:051:38:08

We've got top and really long

sprint, and it worked. And then we

1:38:081:38:12

were putting each other in

situations we knew that each other

1:38:121:38:14

could handle. We've not done a lot

together, not as partners, but we've

1:38:141:38:19

done a lot against each other. It

was nice to be on the other side!

1:38:191:38:31

And we will reflect on that victory

in a couple of moments. First, for

1:38:311:38:35

those of you who may be concerned

about the Netherlands Jeffrey

1:38:351:38:38

Hoogland after his phenomenal effort

in the kilometre time trial where he

1:38:381:38:41

wrote into the rainbow jersey, he

was in a bit of pain when he came

1:38:411:38:45

off the track but he was able to get

up onto the podium to collect his

1:38:451:38:49

jersey, and indeed his medal. And

afterwards he spoke to Chris.

1:38:491:38:54

Congratulations, Jeffrey. That was

amazing, absolutely stunning, two

1:38:541:38:59

right and 60 seconds. Coming into

this Championship, did you have any

1:38:591:39:02

idea that you are going to have this

kind of form?

No, coming into this

1:39:021:39:07

Championship I didn't know where I

was at. We had a good training camp

1:39:071:39:11

and we saw some good times. Old

racing times. It promised something,

1:39:111:39:17

but that my body was this good, it

was really awesome. Yes, I got sadly

1:39:171:39:22

a bit sick at the beginning of the

week, so I had to fix myself, stay

1:39:221:39:26

in the bathroom, get some air. Yes,

I had to fix myself every day to get

1:39:261:39:33

better. But I felt my body was good.

After the team strengths, I knew

1:39:331:39:39

that I can do so much, and I ruined

it in the first sprint race. But,

1:39:391:39:46

yeah, I think this makes up for it.

Amazing how the rainbow jersey and

1:39:461:39:53

that gold medal help with the

recovery. I'm pleased to say that

1:39:531:39:57

Stephen Park, the director of

British cycling, has joined Chris

1:39:571:40:00

and I down here in the mix zone. We

will hear his reflections on these

1:40:001:40:04

World Championships in a moment. The

final event is underway, the men's

1:40:041:40:08

Madison. We will be off air before

it finishes, but if you would like

1:40:081:40:12

to follow it, you can follow all of

the action with Chris Boardman and

1:40:121:40:16

Simon Brotherton via the red button.

It has been a remarkable World

1:40:161:40:22

Championships. A great one for the

Dutch. But from a British

1:40:221:40:27

perspective, very encouraging.

A

really encouraging week this week.

1:40:271:40:30

Great morale and the camp. Everyone

really has been an point, if you

1:40:301:40:34

like. We have seen a lot of our

young athletes come through and put

1:40:341:40:43

pressure on well-known performers,

that looks really well towards

1:40:431:40:46

Tokyo.

We saw Emily Nelson step into

the Madison when Elinor Barker was

1:40:461:40:51

unable to ride. Not that long ago,

we wouldn't have had the depth of

1:40:511:40:56

riders in the women's sport to be

able to do that.

Exactly. The

1:40:561:41:00

women's squad has done really well.

They have medals well. But it really

1:41:001:41:04

hasn't gone the way that they have

wanted. A couple of them have been

1:41:041:41:08

under the weather and they have had

to make changes through the

1:41:081:41:11

competition. The coach has done very

well working with the women

1:41:111:41:15

themselves to make those really

matured decisions, and as you say,

1:41:151:41:18

the likes of Emily being able to

step in with Katie and deliver that

1:41:181:41:23

great medal, what a fantastic race.

A masterclass in Madison rider. What

1:41:231:41:29

has impressed you, Chris?

From AGB

perspective, the young riders coming

1:41:291:41:32

through and performing under

pressure. -- from AGB perspective.

1:41:321:41:38

Jack Carlin, Emily Nelson performing

so remarkably well. But it's

1:41:381:41:42

encouraging for the future. We are

performing well across the board,

1:41:421:41:45

and more to come.

Australia has only

got a very small team here. They're

1:41:451:41:52

big concentration is the

Commonwealth Games down on the Gold

1:41:521:41:54

Coast.

We do have the track world is

first in Rio de Janeiro, a trip back

1:41:541:42:05

to the Olympic velodrome. But the

Commonwealth Games is a really great

1:42:051:42:09

opportunity for our riders to ride

for their home nations. Everybody

1:42:091:42:13

will be racing for their country.

It

is a different environment, the

1:42:131:42:17

Commonwealth Games. The friendly

game, as they say.

It's unique and

1:42:171:42:21

we all look forward to it. There's

always a bit of banter within the

1:42:211:42:25

team, but of rivalry. It'll be

building now, I'm sure. It's a great

1:42:251:42:29

event to be part of.

That just about

bring things to a close here. Just a

1:42:291:42:34

reminder that the Madison is ongoing

here, and you can follow that via

1:42:341:42:38

the red button with Simon Brotherton

and Chris Boardman. And after that,

1:42:381:42:43

there is live coverage of

basketball's BBL Trophy final. That

1:42:431:42:47

is between Sheffield and Leicester

between three 30p. Our next cycling

1:42:471:42:51

on the BBC is the Commonwealth

Games, as we've just been

1:42:511:42:55

discussing, from the Gold Coast in

Australia -- 3:30pm. Coverage begins

1:42:551:43:00

on the 4th of April. My thanks to

Stephen Park, the great British

1:43:001:43:05

team, Sir Chris Hoy, Chris Boardman,

and Simon Brotherton. A fantastic

1:43:051:43:09

World Championship this year. We'll

see you down under. Bye for now.

1:43:091:43:16

MUSIC

1:43:161:43:21

Kirsten Wild, world champion, and

what a start of this Championship

1:43:351:43:38

is!

Germany are the World champions.

She wins the World Title again!

1:43:381:43:49

Great Britain finish with the

silver! Brilliant racing from Jack

1:43:491:43:52

Carlin! It has been an absolute

1:43:521:43:56

Jill Douglas hosts coverage of the World Track Championships in the Netherlands. Jill is joined by Sir Chris Hoy for expert analysis of Saturday evening's action, including the women's madison, in which Great Britain began with high hopes of a medal. There is also coverage of Sunday's final session, which features the women's points race, won by Great Britain's Elinor Barker in 2017, as well as the women's keirin and men's time trial.


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