2015 UEC European Track Championships (under-23 & junior)

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2015 UEC European Track Championships (under-23 & junior)
VenueAthens, Greece
Date(s) (2015-07-14 - 2015-07-19)14–19 July 2015
VelodromeAthens Olympic Velodrome
Events38
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The 2015 UEC European Track Championships (under-23 & junior) were the 15th continental championships for European under-23 and junior track cyclists, and the 6th since the event was renamed following the reorganisation of European track cycling in 2010. The event took place at the Athens Olympic Velodrome in Athens, Greece from 14 to 19 July 2015.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Under 23[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
Sprint Jeffrey Hoogland
 Netherlands
Max Niederlag
 Germany
Nikita Shurshin
 Russia
1 km time trial Maximilian Dornbach
 Germany
1:01.108 Robin Wagner
 Czech Republic
1:01.230 Thomas Copponi
 France
1:02.071
Individual pursuit Marc Fournier
 France
caught
opponent
Tom Bohli
  Switzerland
OVL Corentin Ermenault
 France
4:24.360
Team pursuit Oliver Wood
Germain Burton
Matthew Gibson
Christopher Latham
 Great Britain
3:58.996 Théry Schir
Tom Bohli
Patrick Müller
Frank Pasche
  Switzerland
4:02.500 Raman Tsishkou
Yauheni Karaliok
Mikhail Shemetau
Raman Ramanau
 Belarus
4:03.121
Team sprint Richard Assmus
Maximilian Dornbach
Max Niederlag
 Germany
44.206 Mateusz Lipa
Mateusz Rudyk
Patryk Rajkowski
 Poland
44.780 Alexander Dubchenko
Alexander Sharapov
Nikita Shurshin
 Russia
44.559
Keirin Max Niederlag
 Germany
Nikita Shurshin
 Russia
Jonathan Mitchell
 Great Britain
Scratch Matthew Gibson
 Great Britain
Marcel Franz
 Germany
Ondřej Rybín
 Czech Republic
Points race Raman Ramanau
 Belarus
78 pts Andrey Sazanov
 Russia
72 pts Julio Amores
 Spain
61 pts
Madison Théry Schir
Frank Pasche
  Switzerland
11 pts Thomas Boudat
Benjamin Thomas
 France
19 pts
(1 lap down)
Simone Consonni
Francesco Lamon
 Italy
14 pts
(1 lap down)
Omnium Théry Schir
  Switzerland
195 pts Oliver Wood
 Great Britain
189 pts Thomas Boudat
 France
184 pts
Women's Events
Sprint Anastasiia Voinova
 Russia
Elis Ligtlee
 Netherlands
Victoria Williamson
 Great Britain
500 m time trial Anastasiia Voinova
 Russia
33.343 Daria Shmeleva
 Russia
Elis Ligtlee
 Netherlands
34.177 none awarded
Individual pursuit Amalie Dideriksen
 Denmark
3:30.600 Katie Archibald
 Great Britain
3:31.984 Mieke Kröger
 Germany
3:36.998
Team pursuit Ina Savenka
Katsiaryna Piatrouskaya
Palina Pivavarava
Maryna Shmayankova
 Belarus
4:29.067 Anna Knauer
Lisa Klein
Mieke Kröger
Gudrun Stock
 Germany
4:30.651 Tamara Balabolina
Gulnaz Badykova
Alexandra Chekina
Natalia Mozharova
 Russia
4:29.358
Team sprint Daria Shmeleva
Anastasiia Voinova
 Russia
33.016 Katy Marchant
Victoria Williamson
 Great Britain
33.457 Kyra Lamberink
Elis Ligtlee
 Netherlands
33.989
Keirin Katy Marchant
 Great Britain
Melissandre Pain
 France
Elis Ligtlee
 Netherlands
Scratch Soline Lamboley
 France
Natalia Mozharova
 Russia
Maryna Shmayankova
 Belarus
Points race Gulnaz Badykova
 Russia
41 pts Ina Savenka
 Belarus
30 pts Palina Pivavarava
 Belarus
26 pts
Omnium Amalie Dideriksen
 Denmark
227 pts Tamara Balabolina
 Russia
223 pts Anna Knauer
 Germany
203 pts

Junior[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
Sprint Melvin Landerneau
 France
Sebastien Vigier
 France
Alexey Nosov
 Russia
1 km time trial Aleksandr Vasyukhno
 Russia
1:03.529 Maksim Piskunov
 Russia
1:04.233 Sam Ligtlee
 Netherlands
1:04.386
Individual pursuit[J] Daniel Staniszewski
 Poland
3:16.732 Thomas Denis
 France
3:20.005 Maksim Sukhov
 Russia
3:20.178
Team pursuit Sergey Rostovtsev
Dmitriy Markov
Maksim Piskunov
Maksim Sukhov
 Russia
4:05.305 Niklas Larsen
Rasmus Lund Pedersen
Frederik Rodenberg Madsen
Tim Vang Cronqvist
 Denmark
4:12.141 Dawid Czubak
Szymon Krawczyk
Mikolaj Sojka
Daniel Staniszewski
 Poland
4:09.002
Team sprint Sergey Isaev
Alexey Nosov
Aleksandr Vasyukhno
 Russia
45.021 Marcin Czyszczewski
Michal Lewandowski
Mateusz Milek
 Poland
45.847 Jack Carlin
Alexander Joliffe
Joseph Truman
 Great Britain
46.113
Keirin Alexey Nosov
 Russia
Jiří Janošek
 Czech Republic
Sebastien Vigier
 France
Scratch Edgar Stepanyan
 Armenia
Maksim Piskunov
 Russia
1 lap down Vitali Prakapchuk
 Belarus
1 lap down
Points race Joey Walker
 Great Britain
17 pts Szymon Krawczyk
 Poland
15 pts Denis Nekrasov
 Russia
13 pts
Madison Dmitri Markov
Maksim Piskunov
 Russia
15 pts Robbe Ghys
Gerben Thijssen
 Belgium
12 pts Andreas Stokbro Nielsen
Mathias Dahl Pedersen
 Denmark
10 pts
Omnium Dawid Czubak
 Poland
238 pts Taras Shevchuk
 Ukraine
226 pts Sergey Rostovtsev
 Russia
215 pts
Women's Events
Sprint Emma Hinze
 Germany
Pauline Grabosch
 Germany
Julita Jagodzinska
 Poland
500 m time trial Emma Hinze
 Germany
35.188 Pauline Grabosch
 Germany
35.349 Hetty van de Wouw
 Netherlands
35.642
Individual pursuit[J] Justyna Kaczkowska
 Poland
2:23.598 Marion Borras
 France
2:25.644 Olivija Baleišytė
 Lithuania
2:26.041
Team pursuit Elisa Balsamo
Rachele Barbieri
Sofia Bertizzolo
Marta Cavalli
 Italy
4:33.463
WJR
Daria Pikulik
Justyna Kaczkowska
Weronika Humelt
Nikola Rozynska
 Poland
4:40.371 Marion Borras
Pauline Clouard
Lucie Jounier
Typhaine Laurance
 France
4:39.082
Team sprint Emma Hinze
Pauline Grabosch
 Germany
34.786 Elena Bissolati
Miriam Vece
 Italy
35.322 Kseniya Bogoyavlenskaya
Olga Goncharova
 Russia
35.096
Keirin Emma Hinze
 Germany
Kseniya Bogoyavlenskaya
 Russia
Marlena Karwacka
 Poland
Scratch Elena Bissolati
 Italy
Eleanor Dickinson
 Great Britain
Hetty van de Wouw
 Netherlands
Points race Rachele Barbieri
 Italy
35 pts Daria Pikulik
 Poland
33 pts Tessa Dijksman
 Netherlands
24 pts
Omnium Daria Pikulik
 Poland
192 pts Grace Garner
 Great Britain
181 pts Marion Borras
 France
178 pts

Notes[edit]

  • J In junior competitions, individual pursuits are contested over 3km/2km for men/women respectively.

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)98825
2 Germany (GER)75214
3 Great Britain (GBR)45312
 Poland (POL)45312
5 France (FRA)35614
6 Italy (ITA)3115
7  Switzerland (SUI)2204
8 Belarus (BLR)2147
9 Denmark (DEN)2114
10 Netherlands (NED)1269
11 Armenia (ARM)1001
12 Czech Republic (CZE)0213
13 Belgium (BEL)0101
 Ukraine (UKR)0101
15 Lithuania (LTU)0011
 Spain (ESP)0011
Totals (16 nations)383937114


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-07-15. Retrieved 2016-01-02.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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