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David

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Post Wed Mar 03, 2010 11:49 pm

3 Mar - Keirin Night (including State Keirin Championships)

Event 1 Junior C Kierin Rd 1
1. Ruby May Mundy
2. James Higginson
3. James Chambers
4. Jihae Park

Event 2 Junior B Kierin Rd 1
1. Rachael Van Zetten
2. Carla Franson
3. Jai Angsathasawit
4. Sam Fromentin

Event 3 Open B2-grade Kierin Rd 1
1. Chris Spence
2. Mick Young
3. Dallas Zimmer
4. Mark Gregory

Event 4 Open B1-grade Kierin Rd 1
1. Riccardo Rosadoni
2. Paul King
3. Peter Lechelt
4. Brett Holmes

Event 5 U19 Men Kierin Heat 1
1. Matt Glaetzer Q
2. Hugo Pedler Q
3. Kyle Franson
4. Alex King
5. Lachlan Hedley

Event 6 U19 Men Kierin Heat 2
1. Tom Morton Q
2. Rhyse Carpenter Q
3. Henry Trewren
4. Ben Fergusson
5. Alek Saunders DNS

Event 7 U19/Elite Women Keirin Final
1. Su Hyeon Kim
2. Sun Ha Yu
3. Rikki Belder (U19 - Gold)
4. Steph Morton (Elite - Gold)
5. Hee Joo Rhee
6. Meung Hee Kim
7. Kerran Oates (Elite - Silver)

Event 8 Elite Men Kierin Heat 1
1. Mark Glowacki Q
2. Ben Cheney Q
3. Will Dickeson
4. Lee Stevens

Event 9 Elite Men Kierin Heat 2
1. David Miller Q
2. Nigel Knowles Q
3. Michael Bruggeman
4. Lewis Maio DNS

Event 10 Junior A Kierin Rd 1
1. Tim Fulton
2. Sam Croft
3. Scott Hallandal
4. Joshua Harrison

Event 11 Junior C Scratch Race
1. James Higginson
2. Ruby May Mundy
3. James Chambers
4. Jihae Park

Event 12 Open B2-grade Kierin Rd 2
1. Chris Spence
2. Mick Young
3. Mark Gregory
4. Dallas Zimmer

Event 13 Open B1-grade Kierin Rd 2
1. Riccardo Rosadoni
2. Paul King
3. Peter Lechelt
4. Brett Holmes

Event 14 Junior A & B Scratch Race
1. Tim Fulton
2. Scott Hallandal
3. Sam Croft
4. Joshua Harrison
5. Jessica Mundy
6. Jai Angsuthasawit
7. Jeone Park
8. Sam Fromentin
9. Carla Franson
10. Matt Holmes

Event 15 U19 Men Kierin Repechage
1. Henry Trewren Q
2. Kyle Franson Q
3. Ben Fergusson
4. Alex King
5. Lachlan Hedley

Event 16 Elite Men Kierin Repechage
1. Lee Stevens Q
2. Will Dickeson Q
3. Michael Bruggeman

Event 17 Junior C Kierin Rd 2
1. Jihae Park
2. Ruby May Mundy
3. James Higginson
4. James Chambers

Event 18 Junior B Kierin Rd 2
1. Rachael Van Zetten
2. Jeone Park
3. Sam Fromentin
4. Carla Franson

Event 19 Junior A Kierin Rd 2
1. Sam Croft
2. Scott Hallandal
3. Tim Fulton
4. Joshua Harrison

Event 20 Open B2-grade Kierin Rd 3
1. Mick Young
2. Chris Spence
3. Mark Gregory
4. Dallas Zimmer

Event 21 Open B1-grade Kierin Rd 3
1. Riccardo Rosadoni
2. Dario Glavis
3. Paul King
4. Peter Lechelt

Event 22 Open A-grade consolation Kierin
1. Michael Bruggeman
2. Ben Fergusson
3. Lachlan Hedley
4. Alex King

Event 23 U19 Men Kierin Final
1. Matt Glaetzer (Gold)
2. Hugo Pedler (Silver)
3. Tom Morton (Bronze)
4. Rhyse Carpenter
5. Henry Trewren
6. Kyle Franson

Event 24 Elite Men Kierin Final
1. Mark Glowacki (Gold)
2. David Miller (Silver)
3. Nigel Knowles (Bronze)
4. Ben Cheney
5. Will Dickeson
6. Lee Stevens

Event 25 Korean Women Kierin
1. Su Hyeon Kim
2. Sun Ha Yu
3. Hee Joo Rhee
4. Meung Hee Kim
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Post Thu Mar 04, 2010 12:38 am

Congrats to Nige "BSM" Knowles on his first individual state medal :cool:
It was an excellent ride.

Hopefully will have some photos up here tomorrow:
http://www.sa.cycling.org.au/default.asp?Page=36690

Cycling SA State J19/Elite Keirin Championships & Port Adelaide CC Support Keirins

The Elite Men's final showed a storming return to form of former national junior team representative Mark Glowacki (South Coast Cycling). Glowacki drew track position one in the final and David Miller and Nigel Knowles (Port Adelaide CC) forced him to take the motorbike. Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team rider Will Dickeson (Sturt Holdfast Marion CC) and Lee Stevens (Riverland CC) had Knowles boxed in early with Ben Cheney (South Coast Cycling) in a good position to launch his long sprint. However Mark was too fast in the final and held off Miller around the final corner to finish with Knowles getting a clean run to the finish for third.

The women's race combined J19 and Elite riders and was an international affair with the visting Korean National Team's four riders making up over half the field. Stephanie Morton (South Coast Cycling) tried a long sprint, riding around the bunch with about 400m left to race, but ran out of legs and was not able to hold off fast finishing Su Hyeon Kim, Sun Ha Ya and Rikki Belder (Norwood CC).

Matt Glaetzer (Central Districts CC) shone in the Junior 19's races, breezing through his heat to make the final as firm favourite. Hugo Pedler (Norwood CC) rode a clever race, taking full advantage of his position as sprinter Tom Morton (South Coast) rode himself straight into a box on the last lap. Glaetzer made the final a long drag race as he sprinted clear off the bunch, while Pedler, Morton and Rhyse Carpenter (Whyalla CC) scrapped for the minor placings.

Congratulations to SA's newest state Champions! J19, Elite and Masters Track Championships continue next week, with all Scratch Races to be held on 10 March. Scratch Race entries will be accepted on the night, sign-on before 6:15pm. Entries for all remaining title events will also close on the 10th March - no late entries for State Championships.

Champ Results
U19/Elite Women State Championship Keirin
1. Su Hyeon Kim - Korea
2. Sun Ha Yu - Korea
3. Rikki Belder - Norwood CC (JW19 - Gold)
4. Steph Morton - South Coast (Elite - Gold)
5. Hee Joo Rhee - Korea
6. Meung Hee Kim - Korea
7. Kerran Oates - Norwood CC (Elite - Silver)


U19 Men State Championship Keirin Final
1. Matt Glaetzer - Central Districts CC (Gold)
2. Hugo Pedler - Norwood CC (Silver)
3. Tom Morton - South Coast (Bronze)
4. Rhyse Carpenter - Whyalla CC
5. Henry Trewren - Kilkenny CC
6. Kyle Franson - Central Districts CC

Elite Men State Championship Keirin Final
1. Mark Glowacki - South Coast (Gold)
2. David Miller - Port Adelaide CC (Silver)
3. Nigel Knowles - Port Adelaide CC (Bronze)
4. Ben Cheney - South Coast
5. Will Dickeson - Sturt Holdfast Marion CC
6. Lee Stevens - Riverland CC
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Post Thu Mar 04, 2010 12:18 pm

Question to Nige: does getting closely acquainted with Lightsview kerbing make you go faster?

Well done mate - doesn't seem that long ago you were sporting a considerable amount of bike rider's tattoo across your back.

:smile: Good stuff to all you PACCers for last night's efforts - sorry I missed it. :cry:
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Post Thu Mar 04, 2010 4:23 pm

highlights package will up next week hopefully
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Nige

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Post Fri Mar 05, 2010 12:17 pm

Cheers guys! It was a great night of racing! :grin:

stuc wrote:Question to Nige: does getting closely acquainted with Lightsview kerbing make you go faster?

Well done mate - doesn't seem that long ago you were sporting a considerable amount of bike rider's tattoo across your back.


Do you mean these cycling tats? :shock:
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Nah Stu, I would not recomend it at all! Worst sporting injuries I have ever had. Don't want to do that again!
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Post Fri Mar 05, 2010 12:21 pm

nice panties nige
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Post Fri Mar 05, 2010 12:52 pm

Geez, i was trying to eat my lunch nige!
Just another trackie lost in the criterium state.....
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Post Fri Mar 05, 2010 5:32 pm

OMFG! That is horrible (sorry Nige). I hate to think how much that hurt.
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Post Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:30 pm

Kellie wrote:OMFG! That is horrible (sorry Nige). I hate to think how much that hurt.


You should have seen the party trick he could do with the fluid that was underneath..... now that was awesome! :shock:
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