Individual Ice Speedway World Championship

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The medalists of the finals of the Individual ice Speedway World Championship.


Medalists[edit]

Year Venue Winner Runner-up 3rd place
1966
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Soviet Union Ufa, Moscow Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov (43 pts) Soviet Union Viktor Kuznetsov (39 pts) Czechoslovakia Antonín Šváb, Sr. (39 pts)
1967
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Soviet Union Ufa, Moscow, Leningrad Soviet Union Boris Samorodov (57 pts) Soviet Union Vyacheslav Dubinin (50 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov (41 pts)
1968
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Soviet Union Salavat, Ufa Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov (54 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov (52 pts) Soviet Union Boris Samorodov (51 pts)
1969
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West Germany Inzell Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov (14 pts) Soviet Union Yury Lombockiy (13 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov (12+3 pts)
1970
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Sweden Nassjo Czechoslovakia Antonín Šváb, Sr. (15 pts) Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov (14 pts) Sweden Kurt Westlund (12+3 pts)
1971
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West Germany Inzell Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov (29 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Chekushev (25 pts) Czechoslovakia Milan Špinka (21 pts)
1972
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Sweden Nassjo Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov (15 pts) Czechoslovakia Antonín Šváb, Sr. (14 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Paznikov (12+3 pts)
1973
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West Germany Inzell Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov (29 pts) Soviet Union Boris Samorodov (25 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Paznikov (24 pts)
1974
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Sweden Nassjo Czechoslovakia Milan Špinka (15 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov (14 pts) Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov (13 pts)
1975
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Soviet Union Moscow Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko (30 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov (27 pts) Soviet Union Sergey Kazakov (24 pts)
1976
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Netherlands Assen Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko (28 pts) Czechoslovakia Milan Špinka (27 pts) Sweden Conny Samuelsson (26 pts)
1977
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West Germany Inzell Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko (27 pts) Sweden Conny Samuelsson (26 pts) Czechoslovakia Zdeněk Kudrna (24 pts)
1978
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Netherlands Assen Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko (28 pts) Soviet Union Anatoly Bondarenko (24 pts) Soviet Union Anatoly Gladyshev (23 pts)
1979
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West Germany Inzell Soviet Union Anatoly Bondarenko (30 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Lyubich (26+3 pts) Czechoslovakia Zdeněk Kudrna (26+2 pts)
1980
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Soviet Union Kalinin Soviet Union Anatoly Bondarenko (29 pts) Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko (26 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Sukhov (25 pts)
1981
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Netherlands Assen Soviet Union Vladimir Lyubich (28 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Sukhov (26 pts) Soviet Union Anatoly Gladyshev (25+3 pts)
1982
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West Germany Inzell Soviet Union Sergey Kazakov (28 pts) Sweden Per-Olof Serenius (23 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Subbotin (22 pts)
1983
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Netherlands Eindhoven Soviet Union Sergey Kazakov (28+3 pts) Soviet Union Anatoly Bondarenko (28+2 pts) SwedenErik Stenlund (24+3 pts)
1984
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Soviet Union Moscow Sweden Erik Stenlund (29 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Sukhov (28 pts) Soviet Union Yury Ivanov (27 pts)
1985
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Netherlands Assen Soviet Union Vladimir Sukhov (28 pts) Finland Jarmo Hirvasoja (26 pts) Soviet Union Yury Ivanov (25+3 pts)
1986
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Sweden Stockholm Soviet Union Yury Ivanov (29 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Sukhov (27 pts) SwedenErik Stenlund (25 pts)
1987
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West Germany Berlin Soviet Union Yury Ivanov (28 pts) Soviet Union Vladimir Sukhov (23 pts) Soviet Union Vitaly Russkih (21+3 pts)
1988
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Netherlands Eindhoven Sweden Erik Stenlund (29 pts) Soviet Union Yury Ivanov (27 pts) Soviet Union Sergey Ivanov (24 pts)
1989
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Soviet Union Almaty Soviet Union Nikolay Nischenko (26 pts) Soviet Union Yury Ivanov (25 pts) Soviet UnionVladimir Sukhov (13+3 pts)
1990
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Sweden Goteborg Finland Jarmo Hirvasoja (27 pts) Soviet Union Nikolay Nischenko (24 pts) Soviet Union Sergey Ivanov (23+3 pts)
1991
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Netherlands Assen Soviet Union Sergey Ivanov (26+3 pts) Sweden Per-Olof Serenius (26+F pts) West Germany Michael Lang (24 pts)
1992
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Germany Frankfurt Commonwealth of Independent States Yury Ivanov (28 pts) Czech Republic Antonín Klatovský (22 pts) Sweden Stefan Svensson (21+3 pts)
1993
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Russia Saransk Russia Vladimir Fadeev (27 pts) Russia Aleksandr Balashov (26 pts) Germany Michael Lang (23 pts)
1994
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10 Rounds GP Russia Aleksandr Balashov Sweden Per-Olof Serenius Russia Vyuacheslav Nikulin
Year Venue Winner Runner-up 3rd place



Year Winner Runner Up Third
1966 Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov Soviet Union Vyacheslav Dubinin Czechoslovakia Antonín Šváb, Sr.
1967 Soviet Union Boris Samorodov Soviet Union Vyacheslav Dubinin Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov
1968 Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov Soviet Union Boris Samorodov
1969 Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov Soviet Union Yury Lambrozhki Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov
1970 Czechoslovakia Antonín Šváb, Sr. Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov Sweden Kurt Westlund
1971 Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov Soviet Union Vladimir Zhezhuzhev Czechoslovakia Miroslav Spinka
1972 Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov Czechoslovakia Antonín Šváb, Sr. Soviet Union Vladimir Paznikov
1973 Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov Soviet Union Boris Samorodov Soviet Union Vladimir Paznikov
1974 Czechoslovakia Miroslav Spinka Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov Soviet Union Gabdrachman Kadyrov
1975 Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko Soviet Union Vladimir Tsybrov Soviet Union Sergey Kasakov
1976 Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko Czechoslovakia Miroslav Spinka Sweden Conny Samuelsson
1977 Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko Sweden Conny Samuelsson Czechoslovakia Zdenek Kudrna
1978 Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko Soviet Union Anatoly Bondarenko Soviet Union Anatoly Gladyshev
1979 Soviet Union Anatoly Bondarenko Soviet Union Vladimir Lyubizh Czechoslovakia Zdenek Kudrna
Year Winner Runner Up Third
1980 Soviet Union Anatoly Bondarenko Soviet Union Sergey Tarabanko Soviet Union Vladimir Suchov
1981 Soviet Union Vladimir Lyubizh Soviet Union Vladimir Suchov Soviet Union Anatoly Gladyshev
1982 Soviet Union Sergey Kasakov Sweden Per-Olof Serenius Soviet Union Subbotin
1983 Soviet Union Sergey Kasakov Soviet Union Anatoly Bondarenko Sweden Erik Stenlund
1984 Sweden Erik Stenlund Soviet Union Vladimir Suchov Soviet Union Yury Ivanov
1985 Soviet Union Vladimir Suchov Finland Jarmo Hirvasoja Soviet Union Yury Ivanov
1986 Soviet Union Yury Ivanov Soviet Union Vladimir Suchov Sweden Eric Stenlund
1987 Soviet Union Yury Ivanov Soviet Union Vladimir Suchov Soviet Union Vitaly Ruskich
1988 Sweden Erik Stenlund Soviet Union Yury Ivanov Soviet Union Sergey Ivanov
1989 Soviet Union Nikolay Nistzhenko Soviet Union Yury Ivanov Soviet Union Vladimir Suchov
Year Winner Runner Up Third
1990 Finland Jarmo Hirvasoja Soviet Union Nikolay Nistzhenko Soviet Union Sergey Ivanov
1991 Soviet Union Sergey Ivanov Sweden Per-Olof Serenius Germany Michael Lang
1992 Commonwealth of Independent States Yury Ivanov Czechoslovakia Antonin Klatovsky Sweden Stefan Svensson
1993 Russia Vladimir Fadeyev Russia Aleksandr Balazhov Germany Michael Lang
1994 Russia Aleksandr Balazhov Sweden Per-Olof Serenius Russia Vyacheslav Nikulin
1995 Sweden Per-Olof Serenius Russia Aleksandr Balazhov Russia Vyacheslav Nikulin
1996 Russia Aleksandr Balazhov Russia Yury Polikarpov Russia Vyacheslav Nikulin
1997 Russia Kyril Drogalin Russia Aleksandr Balazhov Finland Jari Ahlbom
1998 Russia Aleksandr Balazhov Russia Kyril Drogalin Russia Vyacheslav Nikulin
1999 Russia Vladimir Fadeyev Russia Aleksandr Balazhov Germany Vyacheslav Nikulin
Year Winner Runner Up Third
2000 Russia Kyril Drogalin Austria Franz Zorn Russia Vladimir Fadeyev
2001 Russia Kyril Drogalin Russia Vladimir Fadeyev Germany Vyacheslav Nikulin
2002 Sweden Per-Olof Serenius Germany Vyacheslav Nikulin Russia Yury Polikarpov
2003 Russia Vitaly Khomitsevich Germany Günther Bauer Russia Vladimir Lumpov
2004 Russia Dmitry Bulankin Russia Vitaly Khomitsevich Russia Nikolay Krasnikov
2005 Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Vitaly Khomitsevich Russia Ivan Ivanov
2006 Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Yunir Bazeyev Russia Mikhail Bogdanov
2007 Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Vitaly Khomitsevich Russia Ivan Ivanov
2008 Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Vitaly Khomitsevich Austria Franz Zorn
2009[1] Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Daniil Ivanov Austria Franz Zorn
2010 Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Daniil Ivanov Russia Dmitry Khomitsevich
2011 Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Igor Kononov Russia Daniil Ivanov
2012 Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Daniil Ivanov Russia Dmitri Khomitsevich
2013 Russia Daniil Ivanov Russia Dmitry Koltakov Russia Dmitri Khomitsevich
2014 Russia Dmitry Koltakov Russia Daniil Ivanov Russia Dmitri Khomitsevich

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nikołaj Krasnikow zdominował cykl Grand Prix" (in Polish). SportoweFakty.pl. 2009-03-15. Retrieved 2009-03-15.