2007 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's team pursuit

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The Men's Team Pursuit was one of the 10 men's events at the 2007 UCI Track World Championships, held in Palma de Mallorca, Spain on March 30, 2007.

49 cyclists from 12 countries participated in the contest. After the qualification, the fastest two teams advanced to the final and the 3rd and 4th fastest raced for the bronze medal.[1]

The qualification took place on March 30 at 10:00 and the Finals on the same day at 20:15.[2]

World record[edit]

World Record
WR 3:56.610 Australia Australia Athens Greece August 22, 2004

Qualifying[edit]

Rank Name Country 1000m 2000m 3000m Time Speed
(km/h)
Q
1000-2000 2000-3000 3000-4000
1 Edward Clancy
Geraint Thomas
Paul Manning
Bradley Wiggins
 Great Britain 1:04.229 (1) 2:02.491 (1) 3:00.761 (1) 3:59.579 60.105 QF
58.262 (1) 58.270 (1) 58.818 (1)
2 Roman Kononenko
Lyubomyr Polatayko
Maksym Polischyuk
Vitaliy Shchedov
 Ukraine 1:05.448 (5) 2:04.710 (3) 3:04.478 (2) 4:05.039 58.766 QF
59.262 (4) 59.768 (2) 1:00.561 (3)
3 Casper Jørgensen
Jens-Erik Madsen
Michael Mørkøv
Alex Rasmussen
 Denmark 1:05.210 (3) 2:04.419 (2) 3:04.789 (3) 4:05.307 58.701 QB
59.209 (3) 1:00.370 (6) 1:00.518 (2)
4 Sam Bewley
Westley Gough
Peter Latham
Marc Ryan
 New Zealand 1:06.016 (8) 2:05.554 (7) 3:05.812 (5) 4:06.611 58.391 QB
59.538 (5) 1:00.258 (4) 1:00.799 (5)
5 Robert Bartko
Robert Bengsch
Guido Fulst
Leif Lampater
 Germany 1:05.382 (4) 2:05.273 (6) 3:06.014 (7) 4:07.221 58.247
59.891 (7) 1:00.741 (8) 1:01.207 (6)
6 Peter Dawson
Zakkari Dempster
Matthew Harley Goss
Mark Jamieson
 Australia 1:04.767 (2) 2:05.119 (5) 3:05.850 (6) 4:07.447 58.194
1:00.352 (9) 1:00.731 (7) 1:01.597 (7)
7 Jenning Huizenga
Ismaël Kip
Jens Mouris
Peter Schep
 Netherlands 1:06.956 (11) 2:07.158 (9) 3:07.198 (9) 4:07.775 58.117
1:00.202 (8) 1:00.040 (3) 1:00.577 (4)
8 Ivan Kovalev
Ivan Rovny
Alexander Serov
Nikolay Trussov
 Russia 1:05.828 (7) 2:05.633 (8) 3:06.568 (8) 4:08.308 57.992
59.805 (6) 1:00.935 (9) 1:01.740 (8)
9 Sergi Escobar Roure
Asier Maeztu Billelabeitia
David Muntaner Juaneda
Carlos Torrent Tarres
 Spain 1:05.671 (6) 2:04.849 (4) 3.05.181 (4) 4:10.098 57.577
59.178 (2) 1:00.332 (5) 1:04.917 (11)
10 Dominique Cornu
Kenny De Ketele
Ingmar De Poortere
Tim Mertens
 Belgium 1:06.597 (9) 2:07.285 (10) 3:08.816 (10) 4:11.357 57.289
1:00.688 (10) 1:01.531 (10) 1:02.541 (9)
11 Kevin Lalouette
Alexandre Lemair
Nicolas Rousseau
Fabien Sanchez
 France 1:07.543 (12) 2:08.488 (11) 3:10.308 (11) 4:13.021 56.912
1:00.945 (11) 1:01.820 (11) 1:02.713 (10)
12 Gianpaolo Biolo
Marco Coledan
Giairo Ermeti
Daniel Oss
 Italy 1:06.635 (10) 2:09.143 (12) 3:13.539 (12) 4:19.480 55.495
1:02.508 (12) 1:04.396 (12) 1:05.941 (12)

Finals[edit]

Rank Name Country 1000m 2000m 3000m Time Speed
(km/h)
1000-2000 2000-3000 3000-4000
Gold Medal Race
Med 1.png Edward Clancy
Thomas Geraint
Paul Manning
Bradley Wiggins
 Great Britain 1:04.028 (1) 2:02.021 (1) 3:00.021 (1) 3:57.468 60.639
57.993 (1) 58.000 (1) 57.447 (1)
Med 2.png Lyubomyr Polatayko
Maksym Polischyuk
Vitaliy Popkov
Vitaliy Shchedov
 Ukraine 1:05.190 (2) 2:03.539 (2) 3:02.482 (2) 4:03.280 59.191
58.349 (2) 58.943 (2) 1:00.798 (2)
Bronze Medal Race
Med 3.png Casper Jørgensen
Jens-Erik Madsen
Michael Mørkøv
Alex Rasmussen
 Denmark 1:04.824 (1) 2:03.910 (1) 3:04.006 (1) 4:04.093 58.993
59.086 (1) 1:00.096 (2) 1:00.087 (1)
4 Sam Bewley
Westley Gough
Peter Latham
Marc Ryan
 New Zealand 1:05.667 (2) 2:05.313 (2) 3:05.254 (2) 4:06.591 58.396
59.636 (2) 59.941 (1) 1:01.337 (2)

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