British National Track Championships 2011: Results

Matt Rotherham wins men's kilo, British Track National Championships 2011

The 2011 British National Track Championships take place at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester between September 28 and October 2.

Cycling Weekly will be keeping a list of the podium finishers for each event on this page, and regularly updating it over the course of the competition.

For a list of recent British national champions on the track, see our British National Track Championships: The winners since 1995 page.

Wednesday, September 28

Women's 500m time trial final

1. Jess Varnish (Halesowen A & CC) 34.500

2. Becky James (Abergavenny RC) 35.142

3. Laura Trott (Moving Ladies Groenewoud) 35.980

Paracycling time-trial final

1. Jon-Allan Butterworth 1-07.459 / 102.3pts  WR

2. Aileen McGlynn/Helen Scott 1-09.456 / 99.421pts

3. Neil Fachie/Barney Storey 1-03.289 / 98.306pts

Men's individual pursuit final

1. Steven Burke (Team UK Youth) 4-23.996

2. Sam Harrison (100% ME) 4-28.965

3. Jon Dibben (Hargroves Cycles) 4-31.575

Thursday, September 29

Women's individual pursuit

1. Joanna Rowsell (Horizon Fitness) 3-30.434

2. Laura Trott (Moving Ladies) 3-33.272

3. Wendy Houvenaghel 3-32.283

Men's points race

1. Peter Kennaugh (Team Sky) 80pts

2. Jon Mould (100% ME) 66pts

3. Mark Christian (100% ME) 62pts

Men's 1000m final

1. Matt Rotherham ( 1-03.671

2. Steven Burke (Team UK Youth) 1-03.941

3. Sam Harrison (100% ME) 1-04.790

Paracycling 200m flying start time trial

1. Jon-Allan Butterworth (GB Paracycling) 10.897 / 101.909pts WR

2. Sophie Thornhill/Jessica Anderson (Sport City Velo/Maxgear RT) 11.481 / 101.690 pts WR

3. Neil Fachie/Barney Storey (Unattached/VC St Raphael) 10.332 / 99.516pts

Friday, September 30

Women's points race

1. Lizzie Armitstead (Garmin-Cervelo) 58pts

2. Laura Trott (Moving Ladies) 50pts

3. Joanna Rowsell (Horizon Fitness) 36pts

Men's keirin

1. Sir Chris Hoy (Sky Track Cycling)

2. David Daniell (Motorpoint)

3. Phil Hindes (Unattached)

Women's sprint

1. Becky James (Abergavenny RC)

2. Jess Varnish (Halesowen A & CC)

3. Victoria Williamson (Welwyn Wheelers)

Men's scratch race

1. Jon Mould (100% ME)

2. Adam Duggelby (

3. Adam Yates (

Paracycling pursuit

1. Aileen McGlynn (Royal Albert CC) / Helen Scott (Halesown A & CC) 3-37.974 / 99.260pts

2. Shaun McKeown (GS Avanti) 3-39.326 / 98.882pts

3. Lora Turnham/Fiona Duncan 3-40.657 / 98.054pts

Saturday, October 1

Men's sprint

1. Sir Chris Hoy (Team Sky)

2. David Daniell (Motorpoint)

3. Jason Kenny (Team Sky)

Women's team sprint

1. Victoria Pendleton / Jessica Varnish (North West Region) 33.541

2. Kayleigh Brogan / Jenny Davis (City of Edinburgh RC) 35.300

3. Janet Birkmyre / Cassie Gledhill (XRT Elmy Cycles) 37.457

Women's scratch race

1. Lizzie Armitstead (Garmin-Cervelo)

2. Laura Trott (100% ME)

3. Dani King (Horizon Fitness)

Men's team pursuit

1. Hargroves Cycles 4-16.202

(Jon Dibben, Owain Doull, Peter Dibben, Alistair Slater)

2. 4-19

(Adam Duggleby, Alistair Rutherford, Adam Yates, Gary Adamson)


(Tony Gibb, Matt Rowe, Jason White, Simon Wilson) 4-22.789

Sunday, October 2

Men's team sprint

1. North West Region A 44.262

(Sir Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny, Jason Queally, Matt Crampton)

2. North West Region B 44.678

(David Daniell, Ross Edgar, Peter Mitchell)

3. North West Region C 45.019

(Kian Emadi, Phil Hindes, Lewis Oliva, Liam Phillips)

Women's keirin

1. Becky James (Abergavenny RC)

2. Jessica Crampton (Sport City Velo)

3. Victoria Williamson (Welwyn Wheelers)

Women's team pursuit

1. Horizon Fitness

(Sarah Storey, Dani King, Joanna Rowsell)

2. Motorpoint

(Lucy Garner, Harriet Owen, Hannah Barnes)

3. For Viored

Women's madison

1. Lucy Garner and Harriet Owen (Motorpoint)

2. Hannah Barnes and Hannah Walker (Motorpoint)

3. Hannah Manley and Amy Roberts (For Viored)

Men's omnium

1. Jon Mould (100% ME)

2. Simon Yates (100% ME)

3. Adam Yates (

Related links

Olympic stars take on national track championships

Day one roundup: British track champs kick off in Manchester

British National Track Championships: the winners since 1995

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