2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
23–27 March 2011
2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was the World Championships for track cycling in 2011. The championships took place at the Omnisport Apeldoorn in Apeldoorn, Netherlands from 23 to 27 March 2011. In January 2012 it was announced that Grégory Baugé's results in the Sprint and Team Sprint competitions would be nullified. [1 ]
The championships were dominated by the rivalry between Australia and Great Britain, who shared 10 of the 19 gold medals available between them, including in eight of the ten Olympic events.
Participating nations [ edit ]
41 nations participated.
Medal summary [ edit ]
Medal table [ edit ]
France were stripped of two gold medals in January 2012, following the suspension of Grégory Baugé for doping test availability violations, and the medals in those two events were redistributed by UCI. [3 ]
See also [ edit ]
^ France's Grégory Baugé originally won the gold medal, but was stripped of that title in January 2012, with the other riders in the final round promoted to the respective medal positions. [3 ]
^ France's Grégory Baugé, Michaël D'Almeida and Kévin Sireau originally won the gold medal, but were stripped of that title in January 2012, with the other teams in the final round promoted to the respective medal positions. [3 ]
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