• Patrick Constable in action against Callum Skinner in the men's sprint in Rio (Getty) (Getty Images)Source: Getty Images
For TV spectators in Australia, the Rio track cycling action on day 3 is split between late tonight and tomorrow morning. Here's the times so you won't miss a thing. Also, read a quick wrap of Matthew Glaetzer & Patrick Constable from this morning's action (they're also riding tonight).
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Cycling Central

13 Aug 2016 - 5:51 PM  UPDATED 13 Aug 2016 - 6:06 PM

Australian men's sprint wrap from day 2 

Glaetzer rode third fastest in the qualifying round behind reigning Olympic Champion Jason Kenny and fellow Brit Callum Skinner. After their Olympic record breaking and gold medal winning performance in the men's team sprint with Phil Hindes on day 1, posting the third fastest time is admirable. 

Oh, and of course, Kenny broke another Olympic record with his time of 9.551 in qualifying.   

Glaetzer defeated Colombian Puerta Zapata in the next round to move in today's quarter finals. He faces Germany's Max Levy later tonight. 

Pat Constable posted the 17th fastest time to move into the next round where he faced, you guessed it, Callum Skinner who comfortably out sprinted him.

Constable found another route to the quarter finals through the repechages and tonight he faces - ahem - Callum Skinner.  

 

13 August - Day 3 - starts 11pm AEST

  • 11pm  - women's keirin first Round - heats 1 - 4 - Aussies in action: Stephanie Morton, Anna Meares 
  • 11.23pm - men's sprint 1/8 finals - heats 1-6 - Aussies in action: ht 2 - Patrick Constable v Callum Skinner (GB) , ht 3 - Matthew Glaetzer v Max Levy (Germany)
  • 11.44pm - women's keirin first round repechages- heats 1-4 
  • 12.07pm - men's sprint 1/8 finals repechages - heats 1-2
  • 12.17pm - women's team pursuit first round - heats 1-4 - Aussies in action: ht 3 Aus v USA 

14 August - Day 3 - starts 5am AEST

  • 5am men's sprint quarterfinals - heats 1-4  - Aussies Matthew Glaetzer and Pat Constable may be in action in any of the events listed for the sprints)
  • 5.18am - men's sprint race for 9th-12 
  • 5.22am - women's keirin second round - heats 1-2 - Aussies Anna Meares and Stephanie Morton may be in action in any of the events listed for the sprints 
  • 5.53am - women's team pursuit finals 8-6 - Australia may be in action in any of the pursuit events listed 
  • 6.07am - women's team pursuit finals - race for bronze 
  • 6.14am - women's team pursuit finals - race for gold 
  • 6.27am - women's keirin finals for places 7-12 
  • 6.33am  - women's Keirin Finals 1-6 - gold, silver bronze decided in this race 
  • 6.41am  - men's spring semifinals - heats 1-2 & 5th - 8th places