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Men's keirin Olympics odds

Who wins Men's keirin at the Olympics 2021?

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Cycling at the 2021 Summer Olympics – Men's Keirin

Olympic Men’s Keirin indicates a form of a motor-paced cycling race in which track cyclists compete for winning behind a motorized or non-motorized pacer following a speed-controlled start. The men's Keirin at the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo is anticipated to be started on 8 August 2021 and will run on the roads of Tokyo.

Riders usually use fixed-gear bicycles that are brakeless. Races are ordinarily 1.5 kilometers (0.93 mi) long including approximately 6 laps on a track of 250 m, 4 laps on a track of 333 m, or 4 laps on a track of 400 m. Lots are selected to decide starting positions behind the pacer for the competition riders, which is normally a motorcycle but might be an ultimate, electric, or tandem bicycle. 750 m before the end of the race (3 loops on a 250 m course), the racer leaves the track. The completion speed of the winner will exceed 70 km/h (43 mph). The race pulls away to help the riders to race in a mad rush for the finish.

The race involves 5.5 laps of the trail behind a motorcycle, succeeded by a 2.5 lap race to the end. The competition consisted of preceding heats and repechages, a round of semi-finals, and the finals. Generally, the race with one final is held over multiple rounds. In the repechages, those eliminated cyclists can attempt again. The round is reduced by heats and repechages in the race. The remaining riders could be separated into finalists in the semi-finals.

Jason Kenny from Great Britain is the champion of the overall track cycling competition. He won the gold medal by defeating respectively Matthijs Büchli (Netherlands) and Azizulhasni Awang (Malaysia). Kenny eventually had too much speed down the final stretch in the race that was controversially restarted twice without excluding any riders, returning from a slow start to finish just explicit.

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