UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's scratch

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The UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's scratch is the world championship scratch race held annually at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships. It was first held at the 2002 championships in Ballerup, near Copenhagen, Denmark. As of 2011, the event has had two two-time winners, Franco Marvulli of Switzerland in 2002 and 2003 and Alex Rasmussen of Denmark in 2004 and 2010.

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Championships Winner Runner-up Third
2002 Ballerup
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 Franco Marvulli (SUI)  Tony Gibb (GBR)  Stefan Steinweg (GER)
2003 Stuttgart
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 Franco Marvulli (SUI)  Robert Sassone (FRA)  Jean-Pierre Van Zyl (RSA)
2004 Melbourne
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 Greg Henderson (NZL)  Robert Slippens (NED)  Walter Pérez (ARG)
2005 Los Angeles
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 Alex Rasmussen (DEN)  Greg Henderson (NZL)  Matthew Gilmore (BEL)
2006 Bordeaux
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 Jérôme Neuville (FRA)  Ángel Colla (ARG)  Ioannis Tamouridis (GRE)
2007 Palma de Mallorca
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 Wong Kam-po (HKG)  Wim Stroetinga (NED)  Rafał Ratajczyk (POL)
2008 Manchester
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 Aliaksandr Lisouski (BLR)  Wim Stroetinga (NED)  Roger Kluge (GER)
2009 Pruszków
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 Morgan Kneisky (FRA)  Ángel Colla (ARG)  Andreas Müller (AUT)
2010 Ballerup
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 Alex Rasmussen (DEN)  Juan Esteban Arango (COL)  Kazuhiro Mori (JPN)
2011 Apeldoorn
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 Kwok Ho Ting (HKG)  Elia Viviani (ITA)  Morgan Kneisky (FRA)
2012 Melbourne
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 Ben Swift (GBR)  Nolan Hoffman (RSA)  Wim Stroetinga (NED)
2013 Minsk
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 Martyn Irvine (IRL)  Andreas Müller (AUT)  Luke Davison (AUS)
2014 Cali
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 Ivan Kovalev (RUS)  Martyn Irvine (IRL)  Cheung King Lok (HKG)
2015 Yvelines
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 Lucas Liss (GER)  Albert Torres (ESP)  Bobby Lea (USA)
2016 London
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 Sebastián Mora (ESP)  Ignacio Prado (MEX)  Claudio Imhof (SUI)
2017 Hong Kong
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 Adrian Teklinski (POL)  Lucas Liss (GER)  Christopher Latham (GBR)
2018 Appledoorm
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 Yauheni Karaliok (BLR)  Michele Scartezzini (ITA)  Callum Scotson (AUS)
  • Medals:
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 2 1 1 4
2  Hong Kong
  Switzerland
2 1 3
4  Belarus. Denmark 2 2
6  Germany 1 1 2 4
7  Great Britain 1 1 1 3
8  Spain. Ireland
 New Zealand
1 1 2
11  Poland 1 1 2
12  Belarus. Russia 1 1
14  Netherlands 3 1 4
15  Argentina 2 1 3
16  Italy 2 2
17  Austria. South Africa 1 1 2
19  Colombia. Mexico
 Belgium. Greece
 Japan. United States
1 1
25  Australia 2 2

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