2013 UEC European Track Championships

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2013 UEC European Track Championships
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Omnisport Apeldoorn
Host city Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Date(s)  (2013-10-18 - 2013-10-20)18–20 October 2013
Velodrome Omnisport Apeldoorn
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The 2013 UEC European Track Championships was the fourth edition of the elite UEC European Track Championships in track cycling and took place at the Omnisport Arena in Apeldoorn, Netherlands, between 18 and 20 October. The Event was organised by the European Cycling Union.

All ten Olympic events, (sprint, team sprint, keirin, team pursuit and omnium, for both men and women) and the non-Olympic men's madison championship and points races for both genders were held as part of the championships.

A highly competitive championships, gold medals were share among five teams, and medals among ten teams, with Germany leading the medal table with three gold and three silver medals. Great Britain won the most medals with eight, three of them also gold, the same number as Russia. The host Netherlands also enjoyed a highly successful event, with two gold medals and six in all, by far their strongest showing at this level. Ireland also won its first ever medal at this level, a bronze in the men's omnium for world scratch race champion Martyn Irvine.

Individually Laura Trott of Great Britain, Maximillian Levy of Germany and Elia Viviani each won two gold medals, while Kristina Vogel won three medals, including gold in the women's sprint. Trott was also part of the Great Britain women's team pursuit quartet who twice lowered the world record in their event.

The Dutch team won bronze in the men's team pursuit.

Events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
Sprint
details
Denis Dmitriev
 Russia
Robert Förstemann
 Germany
Jason Kenny
 Great Britain
Team sprint
details
 Germany
René Enders
Robert Förstemann
Maximilian Levy
43.636  France
Grégory Baugé
Michaël D'Almeida
François Pervis
43.902  Russia
Denis Dmitriev
Andrey Kubeev
Pavel Yakushevskiy
44.537
Keirin
details
Maximillian Levy
 Germany
Jason Kenny
 Great Britain
François Pervis
 France
Omnium
details
Viktor Manakov
 Russia
14 pt Netherlands Tim Veldt
Netherlands (NED)
29 pt Martyn Irvine
 Ireland
40 pt
Team pursuit
details
 Great Britain
Owain Doull
Steven Burke
Ed Clancy
Andy Tennant
Sam Harrison
4:02.258  Russia
Artur Ershov
Ivan Kovalev
Evgeny Kovalev
Alexander Serov
4:02.460 Netherlands Netherlands
Tim Veldt
Dion Beukeboom
Roy Eefting
Jenning Huizenga
4:04.993
Points race
details
non-Olympic
Elia Viviani
 Italy
76 pt Thomas Boudat
 France
64 pt Eloy Teruel
 Spain
51 pt
Madison
details
non-Olympic
 Italy
Elia Viviani
Liam Bertazzo
 Spain
David Muntaner
Albert Torres
 Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Gijs Van Hoecke
Women's Events
Sprint
details
Kristina Vogel
 Germany
Netherlands Elis Ligtlee
Netherlands (NED)
Jessica Varnish
 Great Britain
Team sprint
details
 Russia
Yelena Brezhniva
Olga Stretsova
33.563  Germany
Kristina Vogel
Miriam Welte
33.598  Great Britain
Jessica Varnish
Becky James
33.771
Keirin
details
Netherlands Elis Ligtlee
Netherlands (NED)
Kristina Vogel
 Germany
Virginie Cueff
 France
Omnium
details
Laura Trott
 Great Britain
15 pt Netherlands Kirsten Wild
Netherlands (NED)
15 pt Jolien D'Hoore
 Belgium
18 pt
Team pursuit
details
 Great Britain
Laura Trott
Joanna Rowsell (q)
Dani King
Elinor Barker
Katie Archibald
4:26.453 WR  Poland
Katarzyna Pawłowska
Eugenia Bujak
Małgorzata Wojtyra
Edyta Jasińska
4:35.957  Russia
Aleksandra Chekina
Evgenia Romanyuta
Gulnaz Badykova
Maria Mishina
4:34.491
Points race
details
non-Olympic
Netherlands Kirsten Wild
Netherlands (NED)
15 pt Dani King
 Great Britain
14 pt Leire Olaberria
 Spain
13 pt
  • q = rode in qualification round only.
  • w = won on countback
  • shaded events are non-Olympic

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 3 3 0 6
2  Great Britain 3 2 3 8
3  Russia 3 1 2 6
4  Netherlands (details) 2 3 1 6
5  Italy 2 0 0 2
6  France 0 2 2 4
7  Spain 0 1 2 3
8  Poland 0 1 0 1
9  Belgium 0 0 2 2
10  Ireland 0 0 1 1
Total 13 13 13 39

Participating nations[edit]

24 nations participated.[1][2]

References[edit]

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