British National Track Championships 2010: Results

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The 2010 British National Track Championships take place at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester over September 21-25.

Cycling Weekly will be keeping a list of the winners for each discipline on this page, regularly updated throughout the championships.

For a list of recent British champions on the track, see our The British National Track champions since 1995 article.

Tuesday, September 21

Women's 500m time trial final

1. Victoria Pendleton (Sky Track Cycling) in 34.636

2. Becky James (Motorpoint-Marshalls Pasta) in 35.254

3. Jess Varnish (Halesowen A&CC) in 35.283

Women's Madison final

1. Hannah Barnes/Hannah Walker

2. Dani King/Ella Hopkins

3. Harriet Owen/Laura Trott

Open team sprint final

1. Sky Track Cycling in 44.563

2. City of Edinburgh RC in 47.072

3. in 47.752

Wednesday, September 22

Para-cyclists time trial final

1. Jon-Allen Butterworth (VC St Raphael)

2. Neil Fachie/Barney Storey

3. Jody Cundy (

Women's points race final

1. Corrine Hall (Team Corridori)

2. Dani King (Horizon Fitness)

3. Anna Blyth (100% ME)

Women's team sprint final

1. Jess Varnish/Becky James (North West Region)

2. Jenny Davis/Charline Joiner (City of Edinburgh RC A)

3. Emma Baird/Kayleigh Brogan (City of Edinburgh RC)

Men's 20km scratch race final

1. Peter Kennaugh (Team Sky)

2. Simon Yates (Maxgear RT)

3. Geraint Thomas (Team Sky)

Thursday, September 23

Men's 1km time trial final

1. Bruce Croall (Edinburgh RC) in 1-04.909

2. Andrew Kelly ( in 1-07.047

3. Ieuan Williams (Cardiff CC) in 1-08.257

Women's individual pursuit final

1. Wendy Houvenaghel (Bikechain-Ricci) 30-30.612

2. Sarah Storey (Horizon Fitness)

3. Laura Trott (Welwyn Wheelers) 3-44.769

Para-cyclists 200m flying start time trial final

1. Jon-Allen Butterworth (VC St Raphael)

2. Jody Cundy (

3. Terry Byrne (Unattached)

Women's individual sprint final

1. Victoria Pendleton (Sky Track Cycling)

2. Becky James (Motorpoint-Marshalls Pasta)

3. Jess Varnish (Halesowen A&CC)

Men's points race final

1. George Atkins (100% ME)

2. Simon Yates (Maxgear RT)

3. Mark Christian (100% ME)

Friday, September 24

Women's scratch race final

1. Anna Blyth

2. Harriet Owen

3. Dani King

Para-cyclists pursuit final

1. Darren Kenny

2. Rik Waddon

3. Jody Cundy

Men's pursuit final

1. Peter Kennaugh (Team Sky) in 4-27.112

2. George Atkins (100% ME) in 4-31.956

3. Sam Harrison in 4-38.387

Men's B sprint final

1. Kevin Stewart

2. Bruce Croall

3. Adam Welch

Men's sprint final

1. Jason Kenny

2. Matt Crampton

3. Sir Chris Hoy

Saturday, September 25

Junior men's Madison final

1. Maxgear

2. GB Development Squad

3. Hargroves Cycles

Women's keirin final

1. Victoria Pendleton (Sky Track Cycling)

2. Jess Varnish (Halesowen A&CC)

3. Helen Scott (Halesowen A&CC)

Women's team pursuit final

1. Horizon Fitness

2. Team Orbea For Goodness Shakes

3. Team Terminator

Open keirin final

1. Ross Edgar (Sky Track Cycling)

2. Jason Kenny (Sky Track Cycling)

3. Chris Pritchard (

Open team pursuit final

1. VC St Raphael



Related links

National track champs, day three: Pendleton picks up ninth consecutive sprint title

National track champs, day two: Kennaugh takes scratch race

National track champs, day one: Pendleton wins 25th national title with 500m success

British National Track Champs photo gallery

Commonwealth Games organisers under fire over athlete accommodation

The British National Track champions since 1995

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