2003 UEC European Track Championships

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The 2003 UEC European Track Championships were the European Championships for track cycling, for junior and under 23 riders. They took place in Moscow, Russia.[1][2]

2003 UEC European Track Championships
VenueMoscow, Russia
Date(s) (2003)2003
Events29+3
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Medal summaryEdit

OpenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
Men's Omnium   Franco Marvulli   Lyubomyr Polatayko   Angelo Ciccone
Men's Sprint Omnium   Ainārs Ķiksis   Ivan Vrba   Pavel Buráň
Women's Events
Women's Omnium   Olga Slyusareva   Elena Tchalykh   Iryna Yanovych

Under 23Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
U23 Men's Sprint   Theo Bos   Łukasz Kwiatkowski   Damian Zieliński
U23 Men's 1 km Time Trial   Theo Bos   Alois Kaňkovský   Mathieu Mandard
U23 Men's Individual Pursuit   Volodymyr Dyudya   Alexander Serov   Vasil Kiryienka
U23 Men's Team Sprint   France
Grégory Baugé
Matthieu Mandard
François Pervis
  Russia
Sergey Borisov
Vladimir Kiriltsev
Denis Terenine
  Greece
Kleanthis Bargkas
Dimitrios Georgalis
Labros Vasilopoulos
U23 Men's Team Pursuit   Ukraine
Volodymyr Zagorodny
Vitaliy Popkov
Roman Kononenko
Volodymyr Dyudya
  Russia
Mikhail Mikheev
Alexey Shmidt
Alexander Khatuntsev
Ilya Krestianinov
  Belarus
Vasil Kiryienka
Viktor Rapinski
Yauhen Sobal
Dzmitry Aulasenka
U23 Men's Keirin   Teun Mulder   Theo Bos   Damian Zieliński
U23 Men's Points Race   Nikita Eskov   Kanstantsin Sivtsov   Matteo Montaguti
U23 Men's Madison  
Matthieu Ladagnous
Fabien Patanchon
 
Alexey Shmidt
Konstantin Ponomarev
 
Dimitri De Fauw
Iljo Keisse
U23 Men's Scratch   Samuele Marzoli   Dimitri De Fauw   Alex Rasmussen
Women's Events
U23 Women's Sprint   Tamilla Abassova   Simona Krupeckaitė   Céline Nivert
U23 Women's 500 m Time Trial   Tamilla Abassova   Simona Krupeckaitė   Céline Nivert
U23 Women's Individual Pursuit   Vera Carrara   Vera Koedooder   Negringa Raudonite
U23 Women's Points Race   Giorgia Bronzini   Eleonora Soldo   Oxana Kostenko
U23 Women's Scratch   Yulia Aroustamova   Sofiya Pryshchepa   Giorgia Bronzini
U23 Women's Keirin   Tamilla Abassova   Christin Muche   Yulia Aroustamova

JuniorsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
Junior Men's Sprint   Grégory Baugé   Filip Ditzel   Alfonso Gomez Sanchez
Junior Men's 1 km Time Trial   Filip Ditzel   Kamil Kuczynski   Anton Rudoy
Junior Men's Individual Pursuit   Alexander Khatuntsev   Levi Heimans   Mikhail Ignatiev
Junior Men's Team Pursuit   Russia
Anton Mindlin
Vladimir Isaychev
Nikolai Trussov
Mikhail Ignatiev
  Netherlands
Wim Stroetinga
Niels Pieters
Levi Heimans
Kevin Sluimer
  Lithuania
Gediminas Bagdonas
Justas Volungevicius
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Ignatas Konovalovas
Junior Men's Team Sprint   Poland
Michal Tokarz
Kamil Kuczynski
Pawel Kosciecha
  Russia
Anton Rudoy
Stoian Vasev
Denis Dmitriev
  Czech Republic
Filip Ditzel
Adam Ptacnik
Jiří Hochmann
Junior Men's Points Race   Wim Stroetinga   Kenny De Ketele   Jiří Hochmann
Junior Men's Scratch   Dmytro Grabovskyy   Filip Ditzel   Nikolai Trussov
Junior Men's Keirin   Mikhail Shikhalev   Grégory Baugé   Michal Tokarz
Women's Events
Junior Women's Sprint   Valeriya Velychko   Ekaterina Merzlikina   Emilie Jeannot
Junior Women's 500 m Time Trial   Emilie Jeannot   Magdalena Sara   Anastasia Tchulkova
Junior Women's Individual Pursuit   Marlijn Binnendijk   Rebecca Bertolo   Agne Bagdonaviciute
Junior Women's Points Race   Anastasia Tchulkova   Rebecca Bertolo   Karen Verbeek
Junior Women's Scratch   Ekaterina Merzlikina   Annalisa Cucinotta   Emilie Jeannot
Junior Women's Keirin   Magdalena Sara   Ekaterina Merzlikina   Barbara Borucz

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)128727
2  Netherlands (NED)5409
3  Ukraine (UKR)4217
4  France (FRA)41510
5  Italy (ITA)2439
6  Poland (POL)2349
7  Czech Republic (CZE)1438
8  Latvia (LAT)1001
   Switzerland (SUI)1001
10  Belgium (BEL)0224
  Lithuania (LTU)0224
12  Belarus (BLR)0123
13  Germany (GER)0101
14  Denmark (DEN)0011
  Greece (GRE)0011
  Spain (ESP)0011
Totals (16 nations)32323296

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Track Juniors 2003". European Cycling Union. Retrieved 30 August 2013.
  2. ^ "Track U-23 2003". European Cycling Union. Retrieved 30 August 2013.