As chas58 says, it's basically the same.
Maybe jump out of the saddle during the windup 20M earlier.
Chances are that as a new racer, you are probably jumping out of the saddle too late anyway. This is a common mistake that lots of people make, especially new racers.
More importantly: PRACTICE IT.
DLV has a monthly Sprint Night where we do Flying 200s then match sprints. I had a teammate who complained and complained about how his 200M time was stagnating. It never got faster. The conversation went like this:
[Teammate] "Man, my 200M time just won't get any faster!"
[Me] "What do you think the problem is?"
[T] "I'm not sure."
[M] "Do you practice Flying 100s or Flying 200s on different gears?"
[M] "Do you practice Flying 100s or Flying 200s with different wind-ups?"
[M] "Do you practice Flying 100s or Flying 200s at all?"
[M] "When was the last time you did a Flying 200?"
[T] "Last month."
[M] "How often do you do them?"
[T] "Once a month...only on sprint night."
[M] "What do you think you should do??!!"
[T] "I see your point."
Originally Posted by gtrob
Roadies can run tempo all year as that's what humans were designed for. If you want to be a cheetah, lay around and lick your paws more.