2016 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships

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2016 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships
2016 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships logo.jpg
VenueMontichiari, Italy
Date(s) (2016-03-17 - 2016-03-20)17–20 March 2016
VelodromeMontichiari Velodrome
Nations participating32[1]
Cyclists participating215[1]
Events31
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The 2016 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships were the World Championships for track cycling where athletes with a physical disability. The Championships took place at the Montichiari Velodrome in Montichiari, Italy from 17 to 20 March 2016. Great Britain were the most successful team of the competition in total medals (18) and in number of gold medals (8). The Championships saw 11 new world records set.

Classification[edit]

Sport class
  • Cycling
    • C1 - locomotor disability: Neurological, or amputation
    • C2 - locomotor disability: Neurological, decrease in muscle strength, or amputation
    • C3 - locomotor disability: Neurological, or amputation
    • C4 - locomotor disability: Neurological, or amputation
    • C5 - locomotor disability: Neurological, or amputation
  • Tandem

Event winners[edit]

Event Class Gold Silver Bronze
Men's events
Sprint
details
Tandem B[2] Neil Fachie
Peter Mitchell (pilot)
 Great Britain
Tristan Bangma
Teun Mulder (pilot)
 Netherlands
James Ball
Craig MacLean (pilot)
 Great Britain
1km time trial
details
C1[3] Arnoud Nijhuis
 Netherlands
1:12.423 WR Li Zhangyu
 China
1:12.597 Rodrigo Fernando Lopez
 Argentina
1:20.296
C2[4] Tristen Chernove
 Canada
1:13.279 Xie Hao
 China
1:15.311 Louis Rolfe
 Great Britain
1:15.925
C3[5] Joseph Berenyi
 United States
1:09.534 Alexsey Obydennov
 Russia
1:10.120 Sergey Batukov
 Russia
Eduardo Santas Asensio
 Spain
1:10.317
C4[6] Jody Cundy
 United Kingdom
1:04.654 Jozef Metelka
 Slovakia
1:06.046 Wei Guoping
 China
1:08.590
C5[7] Alfonso Cabello
 Spain
1:05.045 Jon-Allan Butterworth
 Great Britain
1:05.549 Alistair Donohoe
 Australia
1:05.629
Tandem B[8] Neil Fachie
Peter Mitchell (pilot)
 Great Britain
1:00.633 Tristan Bangma
Teun Mulder (pilot)
 Netherlands
1:01.780 Stephen De Vries
Patrick Bos (pilot)
 Netherlands
1:02.214
3km pursuit
details
C1[9] Li Zhangyudagger
 China
3:55.352 Ross Wislon
 Canada
3:58.141 Arnoud Nijhuis
 Netherlands
C2[10] Tristen Chernove
 Canada
3:44.498 Colin Lynch
 Ireland
3:53.694 Arslan Gilmutdinov
 Russia
C3[11] Joseph Berenyi
 United States
3:35.569 David Nicholas
 Australia
3:36.371 Eoghan Clifford
 Ireland
4km pursuit
details
C4[12] Jozef Metelka daggerdagger
 Slovakia
4:28.000 Kyle Bridgwood
 Australia
4:36.296 Sergey Pudov
 Russia
C5[13] Michael Gallagher
 Australia
4:38.467 Alistair Donohoe
 Australia
4:38.520 Yegor Dementyev
 Ukraine
Tandem B[14] Kieran Modra
David Edwards (pilot)
 Australia
4:12.324 Ignacio Avila Rodriguez
Joan Font Bertoli (pilot)
 Spain
4:16.406 Daniel Chalifour
Jean-Michel Lachance (pilot)
 Canada
Scratch race
details
C1-C3 Alexsey Obydennov
 Russia
Fabio Anobile
 Italy
Esneider Munoz Marin
 Colombia
C4-C5 Kyle Bridgwood
 Australia
Jonathan Gildea
 Great Britain
Alistair Donohoe
 Australia
Women's events
Sprint
details
Tandem B[15] Jessica Gallagherdaggerdaggerdagger
Madison Janssen (pilot)
 Australia
Sophie Thornhill
Helen Scott (pilot)
 Great Britain
Larissa Klaassen
Haliegh Dolman (pilot)
 Netherlands
500m time trial
details
C1[16] Li Jieli
 China
44.439 WR
C2[17] Alyda Norbruis
 Netherlands
40.260 Amanda Reid
 Australia
42.147 Zhenling Song
 China
44.237
C3[18] Megan Giglia
 Great Britain
41.761 WR Denise Schindler
 Germany
43.159 Jamie Whitmore
 United States
43.784
C4[19] Kadeena Cox
 Great Britain
37.456 WR Ruan Jianping
 China
37.835 Katherine Horan
 New Zealand
39.730
C5[20] Jufang Zhou
 China
37.389 Sarah Storey
 Great Britain
37.589 Crystal Lane
 Great Britain
37.796
1km time trial
details
Tandem B[21] Larissa Klaassen
Haliegh Dolman (pilot)
 Netherlands
1:06.095 Sophie Thornhill
Helen Scott (pilot)
 Great Britain
1:07.483 Jessica Gallagher
Madison Janssen (pilot)
 Australia
1:07.575
3km pursuit
details
C1[22] Li Jieli
 China
4:45.304
C2[23] Zeng Sini
 China
4:13.373 Alyda Norbruis
 Netherlands
4:14.184 Daniela Carolina Munevar
 Colombia
C3[24] Megan Gigliadouble-dagger
 Great Britain
4:09.367 Denise Schindler
 Germany
4:13.947 Simone Kennedy
 Australia
C4[25] Shawn Morelli
 United States
3:55.006 WR Susan Powell
 Australia
3:59.279 Alexandra Lisney
 Australia
C5[26] Sarah Storeydouble-daggerdouble-dagger
 Great Britain
3:38.756 Jufang Zhou
 China
Anna Harkowska
 Poland
Tandem B[27] Emma Foy
Laura Thompson (pilot)
 New Zealand
3:30.148 Yurie Kanuma
Mai Tanaka (pilot)
 Japan
3:35.526 Lora Turnham
Corrine Hall (pilot)
 Great Britain
Scratch race
details
C1-C3 Zeng Sini
 China
Daniela Munevar
 Colombia
Denise Shindler
 Germany
C4-C5 Anna Harkowska
 Poland
Sarah Storey
 Great Britain
Mariela Analia Delgado
 Argentina
Mixed events
Team sprint
details
C1–5[28] Louis Rolfe
Jon-Allan Butterworth
Jody Cundy
 Great Britain
49.230 WR Hao Xie
Guoping Wei
Xinyang Liu
 China
49.530 Amador Granados Alkorta
Eduardo Santas Asensio
Alfonso Cabello
 Spain
dagger Li Zhangyu set a new world record of 3:51.961 in the men's C1 3km Individual Pursuit during the qualification stages.
daggerdagger Jozef Metelka set a new world record of 4.26.924 in the men's C4 4km Individual Pursuit during the qualification stages.
daggerdaggerdagger Jessica Gallagher and Madison Janssen set a new world record of 11.045 in the women's Tandem Sprint during the qualifying stages.
double-daggerMegan Giglia set a new world record of 4:06.756 in the women's C2 3km Individual Pursuit during the qualification stages.
double-daggerdouble-dagger Sarah Storey caught Jufang Zhu with five laps to go.[29] Storey's time is that given from her qualification round.

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Great Britain (GBR)86418
2 China (CHN)65213
3 Australia (AUS)45514
4 Netherlands (NED)3339
5 United States (USA)3014
6 Canada (CAN)2114
7 Russia (RUS)1135
8 Spain (ESP)1124
9 Slovakia (SVK)1102
10 New Zealand (NZL)1012
 Poland (POL)1012
12 Germany (GER)0213
13 Colombia (COL)0123
14 Ireland (IRL)0112
15 Italy (ITA)0101
 Japan (JPN)0101
17 Argentina (ARG)0022
18 Ukraine (UKR)0011
Totals (18 nations)31293090

Participating nations[edit]

32 nations participated.

References[edit]

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  4. ^ "Men's C2 1km Time Trial Final - 18.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 18 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  5. ^ "Men's C3 1km Time Trial Final - 18.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 18 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  6. ^ "Men's C4 1km Time Trial Final - 17.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 17 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  7. ^ "Men's C5 1km Time Trial Final - 17.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 17 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
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  10. ^ "Men's C2 3km Pursuit Finals 17.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 17 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
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  12. ^ "Men's C4 4km Pursuit Finals 19.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 19 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  13. ^ "Men's C5 4km Pursuit Finals 19.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 19 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
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  19. ^ "Women's C4 500m Time Trial Final 17.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 17 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  20. ^ "Women's C5 500m Time Trial Final 17.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 17 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  21. ^ "Women's B 1km Time Trial Final 19.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 19 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  22. ^ "Women's C1 3km Pursuit Final 17.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 17 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  23. ^ "Women's C2 3km Pursuit Final 17.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 17 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  24. ^ "Women's C3 3km Pursuit Final 17.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 17 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  25. ^ "Women's C4 3km Pursuit Final 19.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 19 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  26. ^ "Women's C5 3km Pursuit Final 19.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 19 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  27. ^ "Women's B 3km Pursuit Finals 18.03.2016 - Session 2" (pdf). UCI. 18 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  28. ^ "Mixed Team Sprint Finals 20.03.2016" (pdf). UCI. 20 March 2016. Retrieved 4 August 2016.
  29. ^ Hudson, Elizabeth (19 March 2016). "Para-cycling Track Worlds: Dame Sarah Storey wins gold". BBC Sport. Retrieved 4 August 2016.

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