Denmark national under-21 speedway team

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Denmark
Flag of Denmark.svg
Association Danish Motor Union
Danmarks Motor Union
FIM code DMU
Team manager Jan Stæchmann
Team captain Patrick Hougaard
Nation colour Red and White
World Championships
Team U-21 1 2 2
 Best result Champion (2010)
Individual U-21 6 2 6
 Best result 1st - last one in 1997 (Jesper B. Jensen)

The Denmark national under-21 speedway team is the national under-21 motorcycle speedway team of Denmark and is controlled by the Danish Motor Union. The team started in Under-21 World Cup in all editions and won five medals: one gold (2010), two silver (2008 and 2009) and two bronze (2005 and 2006). Denmark has produced three Under-21 World Champions: Gert Handberg (1989), Brian Andersen (1991) and Jesper B. Jensen (1997). In 1977 and 1978 two Danish riders, Alf Busk and Finn Rune Jensen, was won Individual U-21 European Championship. Tommy Knudsen was won 1980 Individual U-21 European Championship open for riders from all continents.

Competition[edit]

Team Speedway Junior World Championship
Year Place Pts. Riders
2005 3 24 Morten Risager (10), Henrik Møller (7), Nicolai Klindt (5), Patrick Hougaard (2), Kristian Lund (0)
In Qualifying Round started: Kenneth Bjerre
2006 3 26 Nicolai Klindt (12), Henrik Møller (7), Morten Risager (4), Kenneth Hansen (2), Klaus Jakobsen (1)
In Qualifying Round started: Leon Madsen and Patrick Hougaard
2007 2nd place in Qualifying Round One
Morten Risager (9), Nicolai Klindt (8), Kenneth Hansen (8), Patrick Hougaard (6), Klaus Jakobsen (—)
2008 2 39 Patrick Hougaard (16), Nicolai Klindt (12), René Bach (6), Morten Risager (4), Peter Kildemand (1)
2009 2 45 Patrick Hougaard (14), Nicolai Klindt (13), Leon Madsen (11), René Bach (7), Kenni A. Larsen (0)
2010 1 51 René Bach (15), Michael Jepsen Jensen (12), Patrick Hougaard (11), Peter Kildemand (8), Lasse Bjerre (5)

Team B[edit]

Team Speedway Junior World Championship
Year Place Pts. Riders
2005 Replaced of Australia. 2nd place in Qualifying Round One
Claus Vissing (10+3), Jan Graversen (7), Klaus Jacobsen (6), Jesper Kristiansen (3), Steven Andersen (2)

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