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Cycling at the 2010 Commonwealth Games – Men's points race

Cycling at the
2010 Commonwealth Games
Road cycling
Road race   men   women
Time trial men women
Track cycling
Individual pursuit men women
Team pursuit men
Sprint men women
Team sprint men women
Points race men women
Keirin men
Scratch men women
Time trial men women

The men's point race at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India took place on 6 October 2010 at the Indira Gandhi Arena. Two qualification heats were held to determine the participants in the final.

Final

Rank Name Sprint
Points
Extra
Laps
Total
Points
1st  Cameron Meyer (AUS) 29 3 89
2nd )ENG( 12 2 52
3rd  Mark Christian (IOM) 17 1 37
4  Sam Harrison (WAL) 17 1 37
5  Aaron Gate (NZL) 24 24
6  Evan Oliphant (SCO) 3 1 23
7  Martyn Irvine (NIR) 13 13
8  Muhamad Othman (MAS) 11 11
9  Peter Latham (NZL) 8 8
10  Dean Edwards (RSA) 7 7
11  Luke Durbridge (AUS) 3 3
12  Mohd Salleh (MAS) 3 3
13  Erick Rowsell (ENG) 1 1
14  Darren Matthews (BAR) 0 0
15  Zach Bell (CAN) 9 +1, −2 −11
16  Simon Yates (ENG) 5 −1 −15
17  Philip Lavery (NIR) 1 −1 −19
 Christopher Whorrall (IOM) 3 −1 DNF
 Shane Archbold (NZL) 7 −1 DNF
 Christoffel van Heerden (RSA) DNF
 David Lines (SCO) −1 DNF
 James McCallum (SCO) −2 DNF
 Jon Mould (WAL) 3 −2 DNF
 Luke Rowe (WAL) −2 DNF

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