1999 UCI Track Cycling World Championships

The 1999 UCI Track Cycling World Championships were the World Championship for track cycling. They took place in Berlin, Germany from October 20 to October 24, 1999. Twelve events were contested, eight for the men and four for the women. France dominated most of the events, with Félicia Ballanger and Marion Clignet making a clean sweep of the women's championships by taking two golds each, France won over half of the gold medals on offer.

1999 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
1999 UCI Track Cycling World Championships logo.jpg
VenueBerlin, Germany
Date(s) (1999-10-20 - 1999-10-24)October 20–24, 1999
VelodromeBerlin Velodrome
Events12
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Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  France (FRA)71210
2  Germany (GER)34411
3  Spain (ESP)1001
   Switzerland (SUI)1001
5  Australia (AUS)0202
6  New Zealand (NZL)0112
7  China (CHN)0101
  Denmark (DEN)0101
  Great Britain (GBR)0101
  Ukraine (UKR)0101
11  Canada (CAN)0011
  Italy (ITA)0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
  Russia (RUS)0011
  South Korea (KOR)0011
Totals (15 nations)12121236

Medal summaryEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
Men's sprint
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Laurent Gané
  France
Jens Fiedler
  Germany
Florian Rousseau
  France
Men's 1 km time trial
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Arnaud Tournant
  France
1:02.231 Shane Kelly
  Australia
1:02.436 Stefan Nimke
  Germany
1:03.110
Men's individual pursuit
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Robert Bartko
  Germany
Jens Lehmann
  Germany
caught Mauro Trentini
  Italy
4:25.079
Men's team pursuit
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Christian Lademann
Daniel Becke
Robert Bartko
Guido Fulst

  Germany
4:01.144 Cyril Bos
Philippe Ermenault
Francis Moreau
Jérôme Neuville
  France
4:03.965 Vladislav Borisov
Edouard Gritsoun
Alexei Markov
Denis Smyslov
  Russia
4:05.251
Men's team sprint
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Laurent Gané
Florian Rousseau
Arnaud Tournant

  France
44.848 Chris Hoy
Craig MacLean
Jason Queally
  Great Britain
45.485 Sören Lausberg
Stefan Nimke
Eyk Pokorny
  Germany
45.364
Men's keirin
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Jens Fiedler
  Germany
Anthony Peden
  New Zealand
Laurent Gané
  France
Men's points race
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Bruno Risi
   Switzerland
25 Vasyl Yakovlev
  Ukraine
18 Cho Ho-Sung
  South Korea
15
Men's madison
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Isaac Galvez
Joan Llaneras

  Spain
3 Jimmi Madsen
Jakob Storm Piil
  Denmark
25 (-1 lap) Andreas Kappes
Olaf Pollack
  Germany
22 (-1 lap)
Women's Events
Women's sprint
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Félicia Ballanger
  France
Michelle Ferris
  Australia
Tanya Dubnicoff
  Canada
Women's 500 m time trial
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Félicia Ballanger
  France
34.447 Jiang Cuihua
  China
34.869 Ulrike Weichelt
  Germany
35.166
Women's individual pursuit
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Marion Clignet
  France
3:33.012 Judith Arndt
  Germany
3:42.040 Rasa Mazeikyte
  Lithuania
3:35.678
Women's points race
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Marion Clignet
  France
20 Judith Arndt
  Germany
18 Sarah Ulmer
  New Zealand
18

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