2009 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's team pursuit

The Men's team pursuit event of the 2009 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 27 March 2009.[1]

Men's team pursuit
at the 2009 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
VenueBGŻ Arena, Pruszków
Date27 March 2009
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ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

Heat Name Nation 1000 m 2000 m 3000 m Time Speed
(km/h)
Rank
1 Casper Jorgensen
Jens-Erik Madsen
Michael Morkov
Alex Rasmussen
  Denmark 1:03.549 (2) 2:01.036 (1) 3:00.102 (1) 03:59.9 60.027 Q
2 Jack Bobridge
Rohan Dennis
Leigh Howard
Cameron Meyer
  Australia 1:03.879 (3) 2:02.581 (3) 3:01.560 (3) 04:00.6 59.855 Q
3 Jonathan Bellis
Steven Burke
Ed Clancy
Peter Kennaugh
  United Kingdom 1:03.387 (1) 2:01.677 (2) 3:01.050 (2) 04:00.8 59.796 q
4 Westley Gough
Peter Latham
Marc Ryan
Jesse Sergent
  New Zealand 1:04.570 (4) 2:02.966 (4) 3:01.667 (4) 04:01.2 59.704 q
5 Sergi Escobar Roure
David Muntaner Juaneda
Antonio Tauler Llull
Eloy Teruel Rovira
  Spain 1:05.328 (6) 2:04.458 (5) 3:03.846 (5) 04:04.5 58.899
6 Robert Bengsch
Henning Bommel
Patrick Gretsch
Roger Kluge
  Germany 1:05.774 (8) 2:06.092 (8) 3:06.063 (6) 04:07.3 58.237
7 Levi Heimans
Geert-Jan Jonkman
Arno van der Zwet
Sipke Zijlstra
  Netherlands 1:05.301 (5) 2:05.358 (6) 3:06.494 (7) 04:08.7 57.908
8 Volodymyr Diudia
Lyubomyr Polatayko
Mykhaylo Radionov
Vitaliy Shchedov
  Ukraine 1:05.771 (7) 2:05.625 (7) 3:06.551 (8) 04:08.7 57.892
9 Dominique Cornu
Ingmar De Poortere
Stijn Steels
Maarten Vlasselaer
  Belgium 1:06.915 (12) 2:07.388 (11) 3:07.485 (9) 04:08.8 57.871
10 Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal
Arles Antonio Castro Laverde
Edwin Alcibiades Avila Vanegas
Carlos Alberto Uran Arroyabe
  Colombia 1:06.181 (9) 2:06.691 (9) 3:07.557 (10) 04:10.1 57.574
11 Libin Chen
Wei Li
Teng Ma
Xuelong Qu
  China 1:06.548 (11) 2:06.825 (10) 3:08.599 (11) 04:10.9 57.396
12 Arnaud Depreeuw
Julien Duval
Ronan Guinaudeau
Mickael Jeannin
  France 1:06.322 (10) 2:07.772 (12) 3:09.334 (12) 04:11.5 57.246
13 Dawid Glowacki
Piotr Kasperkiewicz
Adrian Kurek
Jakub Sredzinki
  Poland 1:07.884 (13) 2:09.340 (13) 3:11.054 (13) 04:13.5 56.815
DNS Valery Kaikov
Leonid Krasnov
Vladimir Shchekunov
Stanislav Volkov
  Russia DNS

FinalsEdit

Rank Name Nation 1000 m 2000 m 3000 m Time Speed
(km/h)
Bronze medal race
  Westley Gough
Peter Latham
Marc Ryan
Jesse Sergent
  New Zealand 1:03.718 (1) 2:01.847 (1) 3:01.079 (1) 04:00.2 59.938
4 Jonathan Bellis
Steven Burke
Ed Clancy
Peter Kennaugh
  United Kingdom 1:04.466 (2) 2:02.964 (2) 3:02.381 (2) 04:01.8 59.543
Gold medal race
  Casper Jorgensen
Jens-Erik Madsen
Michael Faerk Christensen
Alex Rasmussen
  Denmark 1:03.380 (2) 2:00.654 (1) 2:58.826 (1) 03:58.2 60.441
  Jack Bobridge
Rohan Dennis
Leigh Howard
Cameron Meyer
  Australia 1:03.165 (1) 2:01.247 (2) 2:59.577 (2) 03:58.9 60.285

Final classificationEdit

Rank Names Nation
  Casper Jorgensen
Jens-Erik Madsen
Michael Faerk Christensen
Alex Rasmussen
  Denmark
  Jack Bobridge
Rohan Dennis
Leigh Howard
Cameron Meyer
  Australia
  Westley Gough
Peter Latham
Marc Ryan
Jesse Sergent
  New Zealand
4 Jonathan Bellis
Steven Burke
Ed Clancy
Peter Kennaugh
  United Kingdom
5 Sergi Escobar Roure
David Muntaner Juaneda
Antonio Tauler Llull
Eloy Teruel Rovira
  Spain
6 Robert Bengsch
Henning Bommel
Patrick Gretsch
Roger Kluge
  Germany
7 Levi Heimans
Geert-Jan Jonkman
Arno van der Zwet
Sipke Zijlstra
  Netherlands
8 Volodymyr Diudia
Lyubomyr Polatayko
Mykhaylo Radionov
Vitaliy Shchedov
  Ukraine
9 Dominique Cornu
Ingmar De Poortere
Stijn Steels
Maarten Vlasselaer
  Belgium
10 Juan Esteban Arango Carvajal
Arles Antonio Castro Laverde
Edwin Alcibiades Avila Vanegas
Carlos Alberto Uran Arroyabe
  Colombia
11 Libin Chen
Wei Li
Teng Ma
Xuelong Qu
  China
12 Arnaud Depreeuw
Julien Duval
Ronan Guinaudeau
Mickael Jeannin
  France
13 Dawid Glowacki
Piotr Kasperkiewicz
Adrian Kurek
Jakub Sredzinki
  Poland
- Valery Kaikov
Leonid Krasnov
Vladimir Shchekunov
Stanislav Volkov
  Russia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Event Schedule". Tissottiming.com. Retrieved 2 March 2016.

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