2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships

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2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships logo.jpg
Host city Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Date(s)  (2011-03-23 - 2011-03-27)23–27 March 2011
Velodrome Omnisport Apeldoorn
Events 19
2010
2012

The 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.[2]

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
Men's sprint[nb 1]
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Jason Kenny
 Great Britain
Chris Hoy
 Great Britain
Mickaël Bourgain
 France
Men's 1 km time trial
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Stefan Nimke
 Germany
1:00.793 Teun Mulder
 Netherlands
1:01:179 François Pervis
 France
1:01.228
Men's individual pursuit
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Jack Bobridge
 Australia
4:21.141 Jesse Sergent
 New Zealand
4:23.865 Michael Hepburn
 Australia
4:22.553
Men's team pursuit
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Jack Bobridge
Rohan Dennis
Luke Durbridge
Michael Hepburn

 Australia
3:57.832 Alexei Markov
Evgeny Kovalev
Ivan Kovalev
Alexander Serov
 Russia
4:02.229 Ed Clancy
Steven Burke
Peter Kennaugh
Andy Tennant
 Great Britain
4:02.781
Men's team sprint[nb 2]
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René Enders
Maximilian Levy
Stefan Nimke
 Germany
44.483 Matthew Crampton
Chris Hoy
Jason Kenny
 Great Britain
44.235 Dan Ellis
Matthew Glaetzer
Jason Niblett
 Australia
45.241
Men's keirin
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Shane Perkins
 Australia
Chris Hoy
 Great Britain
Teun Mulder
 Netherlands
Men's scratch
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Kwok Ho Ting
 Hong Kong
Elia Viviani
 Italy
Morgan Kneisky
 France
Men's points race
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Edwin Ávila
 Colombia
Cameron Meyer
 Australia
Morgan Kneisky
 France
Men's madison
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Leigh Howard
Cameron Meyer

 Australia
Martin Blaha
Jiri Hochmann
 Czech Republic
Theo Bos
Peter Schep
 Netherlands
Men's omnium
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Michael Freiberg
 Australia
Shane Archbold
 New Zealand
Gijs van Hoecke
 Belgium
Women's Events
Women's sprint
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Anna Meares
 Australia
Simona Krupeckaitė
 Lithuania
Victoria Pendleton
 Great Britain
Women's 500 m time trial
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Olga Panarina
 Belarus
33.896 Sandie Clair
 France
33.919 Miriam Welte
 Germany
34.496
Women's individual pursuit
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Sarah Hammer
 United States
3.32.933 Alison Shanks
 New Zealand
3:33.229 Vilija Sereikaitė
 Lithuania
3.37.643
Women's team pursuit
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Laura Trott
Wendy Houvenaghel
Danielle King

 Great Britain
3:23.419 Sarah Hammer
Dotsie Bausch
Jennie Reed
 United States
3:25.308 Kaytee Boyd
Jaime Nielsen
Alison Shanks
 New Zealand
3:24.065
Women's team sprint
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Kaarle McCulloch
Anna Meares

 Australia
33.237 Victoria Pendleton
Jessica Varnish
 Great Britain
33.525 Gong Jinjie
Guo Shuang
Junhong Lin
 China
33.586
Women's keirin
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Anna Meares
 Australia
Olga Panarina
 Belarus
Clara Sanchez
 France
Women's scratch
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Marianne Vos
 Netherlands
Katherine Bates
 Australia
Danielle King
 Great Britain
Women's points race
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Tatsiana Sharakova
 Belarus
Jarmila Machačová
 Czech Republic
Giorgia Bronzini
 Italy
Women's omnium
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Tara Whitten
 Canada
Sarah Hammer
 United States
Kirsten Wild
 Netherlands

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Australia 7 3 2 12
2  Great Britain 3 4 3 9
3  Belarus 2 1 0 3
4  Germany 2 0 1 3
5  United States 1 2 0 3
6  Netherlands 1 1 3 5
7  Canada 1 0 0 1
 Colombia 1 0 0 1
 Hong Kong 1 0 0 1
10  New Zealand 0 3 1 4
11  Czech Republic 0 2 0 2
12  France 0* 1 5 6*
13  Italy 0 1 1 2
 Lithuania 0 1 1 2
15  Russia 0 1 0 1
16  Belgium 0 0 1 1
 China 0 0 1 1
Total 19 19 19 57
  •  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]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 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]
  2. ^ 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]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nigel Wynn. "Gregory Bauge stripped of 2011 track sprint world titles | Latest News". Cycling Weekly. Retrieved 2012-01-06. 
  2. ^ "41 countries to the World Championships track cycling". worldchamptrackcycling.com. 2011-03-03. Retrieved 2011-03-03. 
  3. ^ a b c Stokes, Shane (6 January 2012). "UCI confirms Jason Kenny, Germany are upgraded to 2011 world track champions". VeloNation (VeloNation LLC). Retrieved 6 January 2012. 

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