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Commonwealth Games 2018 - Women's Team Sprint Qualifying, Deborah Herold will be seen leading India's strong Women's team: Live Updates

The cycling action begins at 11:54 am at the Anna Meares Velodrome
Updated: 05 April 2018 12:34 IST - Published: 05 April 2018 12:16 IST
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That's all from this cycling event. Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for all live updates from the Commonwealth Games.
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Australia and New Zealand will clash for the Gold Medal. 

England and Canada are up for the Bronze Medals.
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India end up in the final spot with a time of 41.946s and are out of medal contention.
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England finish with a time of 33.739s and Canada clock 33.814s ensuring qualification for the final round.
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England and Canada go next.
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New Zealand finish with a time of 33.321s whereas the team from Malaysia clocks in at 34.826s
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New Zealand and Malaysia are up next on the track.
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The Australian team has clocked a Games Record time of 32.578s
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The Indian duo of Deborah Herald and Aleena Reji finish with a timing of 41.946s.
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The Welsh clock a timing of 34.413s. Next up, Team India.
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The event is underway at the Velodrome. The first team to hit the track is Wales.
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The event is expected to start in about fifteen minutes. Stay tuned for all the live updates as the Indian duo of Deborah Herold and Aleena Reji will hit the track in a bid to qualify for the Final.
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Hello and welcome to the live coverage from Gold Coast Commonwealth Games for the Womens' Team Sprint Qualifying event at the Anna Meares Velodrome.
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Day 1 at Gold Coast continues with another cycling event coming up. Countries take on each other in the Team Sprint event in which two teams take on each other in the velodrome. In this event, each team will have two riders who will try and complete the course as quickly as possible.

The Qualifying rounds, as well as the medal matches, will take place today in the Anna Mears Velodrome. In qualifying teams will head out to the track by themselves and try to cross the finish line as quickly as possible. Australia holds the game's records when they crossed the finish line in 33.811 seconds at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games. The world record is held by China. They finished the race in 32. 034 seconds in an international event in 2015.

Both the racers start the race together, one behind the other. The lead cyclist goes to the stands after they finish their lap. The second cyclist takes the lead and finishes the race. Both endurance and speed are tested in case of the second cyclist.
India has sent a strong team to the Gold Coast. Deborah Herold, who is representing India in multiple events is joined by Aleena Reji. 
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