2004 UEC European Track Championships

The 2004 European Track Championships were the European Championships for track cycling, for junior and under 23 riders. They took place in Valencia, Spain.[1]

2004 UEC European Track Championships
VenueValencia, Spain
Events29+3
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Medal summaryEdit

Under 23Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
U23 Men's Sprint Ross Edgar
  Great Britain
Michael Seidenbecher
  Germany
Lukasz Kwiatkowski
  Poland
U23 Men's 1 km Time Trial François Pervis
  France
1:03.473 Jérôme Hubschwerlin
  Czech Republic
1:04.105 Michael Seidenbecher
  Germany
1:04.236
U23 Men's Individual Pursuit Volodymyr Dyudya
  Ukraine
Alexander Serov
  Russia
Levi Heimans
  Netherlands
U23 Men's Team Pursuit   Ukraine   Netherlands   Russia
U23 Men's Team Sprint   France   Germany   Poland
U23 Men's Keirin Andriy Vynokurov
  Ukraine
Franck Durivaux
  France
Michael Seidenbecher
  Germany
U23 Men's Scratch Alex Rasmussen
  Denmark
Rafał Ratajczyk
  Poland
Matthieu Ladagnous
  France
U23 Men's Points Race Rafał Ratajczyk
  Poland
Stefan Löffler
  Germany
Gregory Devaud
   Switzerland
Men's omnium Alexey Markov
  Russia
49 points Angelo Ciccone
  Italy
39 points Petr Lazar
  Czech Republic
34 points
Men's Sprinters Omnium Damian Zielinski
  Poland
43 points Grzegorz Krejner
  Poland
43 points Pavel Buran
  Czech Republic
42 points
Women's Events
U23 Women's Sprint Tamila Abassova
  Russia
Clara Sanchez
  France
Elisa Frisoni
  Italy
U23 Women's 500 m Time Trial Tamila Abassova
  Russia
35.274 Elisa Frisoni
  Italy
35.542 Clara Sanchez
  France
36.207
U23 Women's Individual Pursuit Oxana Kostenko
  Russia
Tatsiana Sharakova
  Belarus
Vera Koedooder
  Netherlands
U23 Women's Keirin Clara Sanchez
  France
Christine Muche
  Germany
Ekaterina Merzlikina
  Russia
U23 Women's Scratch Eleonora Soldo
  Italy
Julia Arustamova
  Russia
Kyriaki Kostantinidou
  Greece
U23 Women's Points Race Charlotte Becker
  Germany
25 points Debora Galvez
  Spain
23 points Tatsiana Sharakova
  Belarus
17 points
Women's omnium Lyudmyla Vypyraylo
  Ukraine
60 points Apolinaria Bakova
  Russia
40 points Eleonora Soldo
  Italy
39 points

JuniorEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
Junior Men's Sprint Matthew Crampton
  Great Britain
Matthias Stumpf
  Germany
Pawel Kosciecha
  Poland
Junior Men's 1 km Time Trial Stoyan Vasev
  Russia
1:06.412 David Wilken
  Germany
1:07.991 Francesco Kanda
  Italy
1:08.421
Junior Men's Individual Pursuit Vitaliy Schedov
  Ukraine
Ivan Kovalev
  Russia
Michael Arends
  Germany
Junior Men's Team Pursuit   Russia   Poland   Spain
Junior Men's Team Sprint   Russia   Poland   Spain
Junior Men's Keirin Matthew Crampton
  Great Britain
Francesco Kanda
  Italy
Mikhail Shikhalev
  Russia
Junior Men's Scratch Alexey Bauer
  Russia
Kim Marius Nielsen
  Denmark
Alain Lauener
   Switzerland
Junior Men's Points Race Pavel Korzh
  Russia
18 pts Geraint Thomas
  Great Britain
14 pts Tim Mertens
  Belgium
13 pts
Junior Men's Madison Jordan Levasseur
Corentin Ermenault
  France
18 pts Vladislav Kreminskyy
Roman Gladish
  Ukraine
14 pts Clement Barbeau
Lucas Destang
  France
14 pts
Women's Events
Junior Women's Sprint Magdalena Sara
  Poland
Annalisa Cucinotta
  Italy
Natalia Prokurorova
  Russia
Junior Women's 500 m Time Trial Magdalena Sara
  Poland
36.674 Annalisa Cucinotta
  Italy
36.999 Valeriya Velichko
  Ukraine
37.217
Junior Women's Individual Pursuit Liesbeth Bakker
  Netherlands
Rebecca Bertolo
  Italy
Daiva Tušlaitė
  Lithuania
Junior Women's Keirin Magdalena Sara
  Poland
Natalia Prokurorova
  Russia
Joukje Braam
  Netherlands
Junior Women's Scratch Annalisa Cucinotta
  Italy
Karen Verbeek
  Belgium
Rebecca Bertolo
  Italy
Junior Women's Points Race Rebecca Bertolo
  Italy
33 pts Mie Bekker Lacota
  Denmark
32 pts Liesbeth Bakker
  Netherlands
30 pts

Medal TableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)86418
2  Ukraine (UKR)6017
3  Poland (POL)54211
4  Italy (ITA)36514
5  France (FRA)3227
6  Great Britain (GBR)3104
7  Germany (GER)15410
8  Denmark (DEN)1304
9  Netherlands (NED)1146
10  Belgium (BEL)1113
11  Czech Republic (CZE)0123
  Spain (ESP)0123
13  Belarus (BLR)0112
14   Switzerland (SUI)0022
15  Greece (GRE)0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
Totals (16 nations)32323296

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Track U-23 2004" (PDF). European Cycling Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 September 2014. Retrieved 30 August 2013.