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Commonwealth Games 2018, Cycling, Women's Sprint: Deborah Herold carries India's hopes, Live Updates

The qualifiers get underway at 8.30
Updated: 06 April 2018 10:38 IST - Published: 06 April 2018 08:17 IST
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That's all from the Women's Sprint event as the Indian duo of Aleena Reji and Deborah Herold lose out in the pre-quarterfinal stage. Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for more updates from the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
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Kiwi Emma Cumming takes on England's Robyn Stewart in the next heat.

Emma Cumming wins it with a timing of 11.800s
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Battle between English cyclists as Katy Marchant clashes with Lauren Bate.

Lauren Bate emerges the winner 11.736s with a lead of just 0.011s. So close!!
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Wales' Rachel James faces Malaysian Fatehah Mustapa in the next heat.

Mustapa progresses with a time of 11.514s
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New Zealand's Olivia Podmore is up against Canadian Amelia Walsh.

Olivia Podmore wins the race with a time of 11.769s
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Aussie Kaarle McCulloch is up against India's Deborah Herold.

Kaarle clinches it with a time of 11.911s. Deborah was behind by just 0.117s
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New Zealand's Natasha Hansen is up against Welshwoman Eleanor Coster. 

Natasha wins the race clocking 11.389s
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Lauriane Genest wins her heat against Farina Adnan with a time of 11.503s
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Stephanie Morton wins the heat with a time of 12.435s

Aleena was behind by 0.106s
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In the first heat, India's Aleena Reji is up against Australia's Stephanie Morton.
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The Heats (1/8 Finals) in the Women's Sprint will begin shortly.

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India's Deborah Herold finished the qualifying on the 13th spot whereas Aleena Reji finished on the 16th spot.
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All the sixteen riders have qualified for the 1/8 Finals.
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And she does it again...A new Games Record as Stephanie Morton finishes with a time of 10.524s
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The previous Games Record holder Stephanie Morton is the last cyclist in the qualifying.
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Australian Kaarle McCulloch goes next and finishes with a great time of 10.777s. Third place for Kaarle.
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New Zealand's Natasha Hansen completes a great sprint and clocks 10.760s to move into second place.
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Katy Marchant from England is the next cyclist to ride the track and she completes her sprint with a time of 11.043s.
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Englishwoman Robyn Stewart goes next and clocks 11.082s. Kiwi Emma Cumming finishes just ahead of her with 11.079s
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New Zealand's Olivia Podmore is the second cyclist to break the 11s barrier and she finishes with a time of 10.985s
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Amelia Walsh from Canada rides next and overtakes Deborah with a time of 11.229s
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She does great and clocks a time of 11.484s to move into the top 5 for now. 
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India's Deborah Herold is up next
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The second Malaysian cyclist Fateha Mustapa clocks a time of 11.142s to move ahead of her countrywoman and into the fourth spot for now.
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Rachel James from Wales is up next and she does well to move into the second spot with a timing of 11.039s
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