2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's keirin

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The men's keirin at the 2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 26 March. 33 athletes participated in the contest. After the six qualifying heats, the fastest rider in each heat advanced to the second round. The riders that did not advance to the second round raced in four repechage heats. The first rider in each heat advanced to the second round along with the eight that qualified before.

The first three riders from each of the two second round heats advanced to the final, and the remaining riders raced a consolation 7–12 place final.[1]

Results[edit]

First round[edit]

The first round was held at 10:00.[2]

Rank Heat Name Nation Notes
1 1 Chris Hoy  United Kingdom Q
2 1 Jason Kenny  United Kingdom
3 1 Edward Dawkins  New Zealand
4 1 Kazunari Watanabe  Japan
5 1 Sergey Borisov  Russia
1 2 Maximilian Levy  Germany Q
2 2 Juan Peralta Gascon  Spain
3 2 Francesco Ceci  Italy
4 2 Josiah Ng  Malaysia
5 2 Kota Asai  Japan
1 3 Teun Mulder  Netherlands Q
2 3 Shane Perkins  Australia
3 3 Puerta Fabian  Colombia
4 3 Roy van den Berg  Netherlands
5 3 Christos Volikakis  Greece
1 4 Scott Sunderland  Australia Q
2 4 François Pervis  France
3 4 Hersony Canelón  Venezuela
4 4 Adrian Teklinski  Poland
5 4 Mohd Rizal Tisin  Malaysia
6 4 Ross Edgar  United Kingdom
1 5 Matthew Crampton  United Kingdom Q
2 5 René Enders  Germany
3 5 Jason Niblett  Australia
4 5 Tang Qi  China
5 5 Angel Pulgar  Venezuela
6 5 Kamil Kuczyński  Poland
1 6 Mickaël Bourgain  France Q
2 6 Denis Špička  Czech Republic
3 6 Simon Van Velthooven  New Zealand
4 6 Scott Mulder  Canada
5 6 Tsubasa Kitatsuru  Japan
6 6 Adam Ptáčník  Czech Republic

First round repechage[edit]

The first round repechage was held at 11:50.[3]

Rank Heat Name Nation Notes
1 1 Jason Kenny  United Kingdom Q
2 1 Simon Van Velthooven  New Zealand
3 1 Ross Edgar  United Kingdom
4 1 Tang Qi  China
5 1 Mohd Rizal Tisin  Malaysia
1 2 Jason Niblett  Australia Q
2 2 Christos Volikakis  Greece
3 2 Adrian Teklinski  Poland
4 2 Juan Peralta Gascon  Spain
5 2 Kamil Kuczyński  Poland
1 3 Shane Perkins  Australia Q
2 3 Hersony Canelón  Venezuela
3 3 Kota Asai  Japan
4 3 Adam Ptáčník  Czech Republic
5 3 Roy van den Berg  Netherlands
1 4 François Pervis  France Q
2 4 Josiah Ng  Malaysia
3 4 Puerta Fabian  Colombia
4 4 Sergey Borisov  Russia
1 5 René Enders  Germany Q
2 5 Kazunari Watanabe  Japan
3 5 Francesco Ceci  Italy
4 5 Tsubasa Kitatsuru  Japan
1 6 Edward Dawkins  New Zealand Q
2 6 Angel Pulgar  Venezuela
3 6 Scott Mulder  Canada
6 Denis Špička  Czech Republic REL

Second round[edit]

The second round was held at 14:50.[4]

Rank Heat Name Nation Notes
1 1 Matthew Crampton  United Kingdom Q
2 1 René Enders  Germany Q
3 1 Chris Hoy  United Kingdom Q
4 1 Scott Sunderland  Australia
5 1 Jason Kenny  United Kingdom
6 1 François Pervis  France
1 2 Shane Perkins  Australia Q
2 2 Teun Mulder  Netherlands Q
3 2 Edward Dawkins  New Zealand Q
4 2 Maximilian Levy  Germany
5 2 Jason Niblett  Australia
2 Mickaël Bourgain  France REL

Final 7–12 places[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
7 Scott Sunderland  Australia
8 Jason Niblett  Australia
9 Mickaël Bourgain  France
10 Jason Kenny  United Kingdom
11 Maximilian Levy  Germany
12 François Pervis  France

Final[edit]

The finals were held at 16:10.[5]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Shane Perkins  Australia
2 Chris Hoy  United Kingdom
3 Teun Mulder  Netherlands
4 Matthew Crampton  United Kingdom
5 René Enders  Germany
6 Edward Dawkins  New Zealand

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