2009 UEC European Track Championships
|Date(s)||15–19 July 2009|
2009 was the final year this event was held for junior and under-23 riders. Following a widescale redesign of European track cycling by the UEC, an event under the same name, but for elite cyclists, was held from 2010. In addition, a new competition, explicitly named the European Track Championships for under-23 and Juniors, was held from 2010 in a separate event.
|3||Great Britain (GBR)||6||7||7||20|
|9||Czech Republic (CZE)||1||2||0||3|
|Totals (13 nations)||37||37||37||111|
2009 European Track Championships in BelgiumEdit
|Date(s)||17–18 October 2009|
|Elite Men's omnium
|35||Unai Elorriaga Zubiaur
|Elite Women's Omnium
|2009||CZE Denis Špička||FRA François Pervis||UKR Andriy Vynokourov|
|2009||LTU Simona Krupeckaitė||RUS Olga Streltsova||RUS Viktoria Baranova|
- "European Track Champs 2009 – Welsh are huge part of large GB medal hall". British Cycling. 19 July 2009.[permanent dead link]
- "U23/Junior European Track Championships, Belarus, CC (Continental Championships)". Cycling News. 19 July 2009.
- "Men Elite Championnats d'Europe Piste (BEL/CC) Omnium Endurance". UCI. 17 October 2009.
- "Women Elite Championnats d'Europe Piste (BEL/CC) Omnium Endurance". UCI. 17 October 2009.