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New Zealand’s stellar men’s sprint
team have snared gold on the opening
night of the world track cycling
championships in Hong Kong.
That reinforces Ethan Mitchell, Sam
Webster and Eddie Dawkins’ standing
among the finest track riders on the
The trio beat the Netherlands in the
final, clocking 44.049 seconds, .333s
ahead of the D utch to win their third
world crown in the last four years.
In the odd year out, 2015, they crossed
the line first but were relegated for an
illegal change in the final.
New Zealand were the dominant team
through the event. They were fastest in
qualifying, 43.267s, ahead of France and
In the first round, they produced a
43.183s time, with the Dutch managing
43.481, good enough for the gold ride-
off, ahead of France and Poland, who
battled for the bronze.
The French got the other podium spot
with a 43.536 time, eclipsing Poland
by .162s. At last year’s Rio Olympics,
Mitchell, Webster and Dawkins won
silver, finishing behind an outstanding
It is just the start New Zealand wanted
to the finals, and also with their eyes
further afield on the Tokyo Olympics,
where they have made it plain their
primary focus lies. They have adopted
new approaches in training in preparing
for the worlds, freshening up and
introducing strategic changes, such as
more time in the gym.
“I think we’re going the best we
have, on a par with Rio,” Mitchell
said a couple of days ago. “ Things are
going really well and it’s encouraging
that we’ve done a bit different style
of training and still managed to come
collectively at a high level.”
The proof of that came through early
today. In the final, Mitchell opened with
a 17.2 -second first lap, Webster pushed
to a half-second buffer and Dawkins
brought them home to win by 0.3
“As a team we showed a lot of grit
in that last ride,” Mitchell, who was
the fastest individual rider in the
competition, said. “ The final was one
of the messiest rides we’ve done but
sometimes the hardest fought battles are
the most rewarding. To come out on top
reassures us how tight we are as a squad
and proud we are of each other to do it a
second year in a row.”
There is more good news for New
Zealand on the opening finals night,
with the men’s team pursuit qualifying
for the gold ride-off tonight.
The quartet of Regan Gough, Piet
Bulling, Dylan Kennett and Nick
Kergozou will square off against
Austrlaia in the final, having posted the
second best time in the qualifying ride,
3min 53.422. Australia were best in a
seriously slick 3:50.577.
The Aussies won silver at Rio behind
Britain when New Zealand were a
In the first round, Australia clocked
3:54.125 to New Zealand’s 3:54.363,
hinting at a cracking final. Italy and
Britain will ride off for bronze.
The women’s team pursuit have some
work to do. The quartet of Michaela
Drummond, Racquel Sheath, Rushlee
Buchanan and Jaime Nielsen were sixth
fastest in their qualifying ride, recording
The United States were fastest in
4:17.722 with Australia second best in
4:18.659. — New Zealand Herald
The four Greymouth
powerlifters who competed
at the Canterbury Bench
Press and Powerlifting
Championships last weekend
all had wins in their respective
Sam Coleman was first in
the equipped bench press
with a lift of 175kg.
In the women’s class, Jennie
Bell won the open women’s
84kg-plus class lifting, squatting
170kg and benchpressing 95kg to
set a Canterbury record.
She deadlifted 200kg and for a
total of 465kg, which was also a
Competing in his first
powerlifting competition, Berndt
Heersink won the 120kg junior
class with a squat of 217.5kg,
bench press of 142.5kg and a
270kg deadlift, totalling
James Mathieson won the
masters 1 class for 120kg-
plus with a squat of 260kg.
He benchpressed 145kg and
deadlifted 250kg — a Canterbury
record — totalling 655kg.
All the lifters qualified for the
South Island Championships to
be held in June and the National
Championships in August.
Greymouth powerlifter James Mathieson in action at the Canterbury
Benchpress and Powerlifting Championships last weekend.
New Zealand’s Sam Webster, Ethan Mitchell and Edward Dawkins celebrate
on the podium.
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