2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's keirin

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The men's keirin at the 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 8 April. 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 six 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 final.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold  Chris Hoy (GBR)
Silver  Maximilian Levy (GER)
Bronze  Jason Kenny (GBR)

Results[edit]

First round[edit]

The heats were held at 14:30.[2]

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Yudai Nitta  Japan Q
2 Josiah Ng  Malaysia
3 Zhang Miao  China
4 Shane Perkins  Australia
5 Sergey Borisov  Russia

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Chris Hoy  Great Britain Q
2 Hersony Canelón  Venezuela
3 Joachim Eilers  Germany
4 Francesco Ceci  Italy
5 Kamil Kuczyński  Poland

Heat 3[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Hodei Mazquiaran Uria  Spain Q
2 Simon Van Velthooven  New Zealand
3 Teun Mulder  Netherlands
4 Maximilian Levy  Germany
5 Denis Špička  Czech Republic

Heat 4[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Azizulhasni Awang  Malaysia Q
2 Matthew Crampton  Great Britain
3 Alexander Quincy  Trinidad and Tobago
4 Juan Peralta Gascon  Spain
5 Puerta Fabian  Colombia
Matthew Glaetzer  Australia DNF

Heat 5[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Kazunari Watanabe  Japan Q
2 Jason Kenny  Great Britain
3 Christos Volikakis  Greece
4 Mickaël Bourgain  France
5 Edward Dawkins  New Zealand
6 Andriy Vynokurov  Ukraine

Heat 6[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Scott Sunderland  Australia Q
2 François Pervis  France
3 Matthew Archibald  New Zealand
4 Jonathan Marin  Colombia
5 Muhammad Md Yunos  Malaysia
6 Hugo Haak  Netherlands

First round repechage[edit]

The heats were held at 16:05.[3]

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Mickaël Bourgain  France Q
2 Puerta Fabian  Colombia
3 Josiah Ng  Malaysia
4 Matthew Archibald  New Zealand

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Hersony Canelón  Venezuela Q
2 Christos Volikakis  Greece
3 Denis Špička  Czech Republic
4 Juan Peralta Gascon  Spain

Heat 3[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Simon Van Velthooven  New Zealand Q
2 Jonathan Marin  Colombia
3 Kamil Kuczyński  Poland
4 Alexander Quincy  Trinidad and Tobago

Heat 4[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Matthew Crampton  Great Britain Q
2 Francesco Ceci  Italy
3 Teun Mulder  Netherlands
4 Matthew Archibald  Ukraine
5 Sergey Borisov  Russia

Heat 5[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Jason Kenny  Great Britain Q
2 Matthew Glaetzer  Australia
3 Shane Perkins  Australia
4 Joachim Eilers  Germany
5 Muhammad Md Yunos  Malaysia

Heat 6[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Maximilian Levy  Germany Q
2 Edward Dawkins  New Zealand
3 François Pervis  France
4 Zhang Miao  China
5 Hugo Haak  Netherlands

Second round[edit]

The heats were held at 19:15.[4]

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Maximilian Levy  Germany Q
2 Kazunari Watanabe  Japan Q
3 Simon Van Velthooven  New Zealand Q
4 Yudai Nitta  Japan
5 Azizulhasni Awang  Malaysia
6 Hersony Canelón  Venezuela

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Chris Hoy  Great Britain Q
2 Mickaël Bourgain  France Q
3 Jason Kenny  Great Britain Q
4 Scott Sunderland  Australia
5 Matthew Crampton  Great Britain
6 Hodei Mazquiaran Uria  Spain

Finals[edit]

The finals were held at 20:45.[5]

Small final[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
7 Scott Sunderland  Australia
8 Hersony Canelón  Venezuela
9 Azizulhasni Awang  Malaysia
10 Matthew Crampton  Great Britain
11 Hodei Mazquiaran Uria  Spain
12 Yudai Nitta  Japan

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nation Notes
1 Chris Hoy  Great Britain
2 Maximilian Levy  Germany
3 Jason Kenny  Great Britain
4 Mickaël Bourgain  France
5 Kazunari Watanabe  Japan
Simon Van Velthooven  New Zealand REL

References[edit]