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Argon 18 bike fastest at the Track World Championships 2019

In the past few days, Argon 18's partnered federations won a total of 6 World Champion titles and 14 medals at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Pruszków, Poland.

On Thursday the brand was delighted to see their bikes set a New World Record for Australia in the Men’s Team Pursuit, alongside helping the Australian Women’s Team Sprint riders, Stephanie Morton and Kaarle McCulloch win the rainbow jersey. As the competition went on, titles and medals kept coming:


Men’s Team Pursuit

- Gold + New World Record for Cycling Australia with a time of 3:48.012 (Kelland O’Brien, Leigh Howard, Alexander Porter and Sam Welsford)

- Bronze for Danmark Cyckle Union (Lasse Norman Hansen, Rasmus Pedersen, Julius Johansen and Casper Von Folsach)

Men’s Scratch

- Gold for Cycling Australia (Sam Welsford)

Women’s Team Pursuit

- Gold for Cycling Australia (Annette Edmondson, Ashlee Ankudinoff, Georgia Baker and Amy Cure) 

Women’s Sprint

- Silver for Cycling Australia (Stephanie Morton)

Women’s 500m time trial

- Bronze for Cycling Australia (Kaarle McCulloch) 

Women’s Madison

- Silver for Cycling Australia (Georgia Baker and Amy Cure)

- Bronze for Danmarks Cykle Union (Amalie Dideriksen and Julie Leth

Women’s Individual Pursuit

- Gold + new Australian record 3:25.921 for Cycling Australia (Ashlee Ankudinoff)

Women’s 25 km points race

- Gold for Cycling Australia (Alexandra Manly)

Men's Madison

- Silver for Danmarks Cykle Union (Lasse Norman Hansen and Casper Von Folsach)

Women's Keirin

- Silver for Cycling Australia (Kaarle McCulloch)

Kudos as well to all participating Canadian federation athletes who gave their best during the whole competition and to other athletes who rode Argon 18 bikes and climbed on the podium, like the Men's Sprint's bronze medallist: Mateusz Rudyk from Poland.

Congratulations to you all!

Since their first involvement in track cycling, it was important for Argon 18 to establish their brand as the leading force in the sport and offer athletes the best products so that they can truly shine on the track.

As they followed the Rio Olympics, where the Electron Pro was introduced with the Danish Track team, all Argon 18 employees became active track cycling fans. It has become part of the Argon 18 DNA, and won’t stop until they've designed the future of speed. By combining all their know-how and expertise in performance, aerodynamics and technology – by taking all they have learned and achieved with their road and triathlon bikes – they have what it takes to design track bikes like no other.

Now working in tandem with partnered federations, the Argon 18 research and development team is right on track to go further than ever before. With all the work done behind the scenes, the brand are already looking forward to the next track season and what lies ahead for Tokyo 2020.