2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's sprint

The Men's sprint at the 2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on March 24 and 25. The qualifying, first round, second round, second round repechages and quarterfinals took place on 24 March. The Semifinals and Finals took place on 25 March.[1]

In January 2012, Grégory Baugé was stripped of his world title, following the nullification of his 2011 results after a 12-month backdated ban for drug test infringements.[2][3]

FormatEdit

50 athletes participated in the contest. After the qualifying heats, the fastest 24 riders advanced to the 1/16 finals.

The first rider in each of the 12 heats advanced to the second round. There was no repechage for this round.

The first rider from each of the six Second Round heats advanced to the Quarterfinals and the second placed riders advanced to a repechage to determine the other two riders that competed the quarterfinals.

The first rider in each quarterfinal advanced to the semifinals and the 4 losing athletes raced for 5th-8th place.

ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

The Qualifying was held at 14:15.[4]

Rank Name Nation Time Notes
1 Mickaël Bourgain   France 10.043 Q
2 Chris Hoy   United Kingdom 10.111 Q
3 Jason Kenny   United Kingdom 10.120 Q
4 Grégory Baugé   France 10.142 Q
5 Michaël D'Almeida   France 10.148 Q
6 Shane Perkins   Australia 10.172 Q
7 Kévin Sireau   France 10.219 Q
8 Scott Sunderland   Australia 10.262 Q
9 Robert Förstemann   Germany 10.267 Q
10 Matthew Crampton   United Kingdom 10.274 Q
11 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia 10.295 Q
12 Sam Webster   New Zealand 10.344 Q
13 Tsubasa Kitatsuru   Japan 10.353 Q
14 Stefan Bötticher   Germany 10.357 Q
15 Damian Zielinski   Poland 10.360 Q
16 Sebastian Döhrer   Germany 10.370 Q
17 Edward Dawkins   New Zealand 10.391 Q
18 Zhang Miao   China 10.417 Q
19 Kazunari Watanabe   Japan 10.441 Q
20 Roy van den Berg   Netherlands 10.462 Q
21 Denis Dmitriev   Russia 10.489 Q
22 Andrey Kubeev   Russia 10.534 Q
23 Bernard Esterhuizen   South Africa 10.538 Q
24 Zhang Lei   China 10.552 Q
25 Juan Peralta Gascon   Spain 10.564
26 Denis Špička   Czech Republic 10.569
27 Giddeon Massie   United States 10.576
28 Kazuki Amagai   Japan 10.580
29 Christian Tamayo   Colombia 10.580
30 Hersony Canelón   Venezuela 10.593
31 Pavel Yakushevskiy   Russia 10.606
32 Sergey Borisov   Russia 10.638
33 Tomáš Bábek   Czech Republic 10.650
34 Zafeirios Volikakis   Greece 10.691
35 Adam Ptáčník   Czech Republic 10.698
36 Scott Mulder   Canada 10.708
37 Yudai Nitta   Japan 10.710
38 Konstantinos Christodoulou   Greece 10.719
39 Adrian Teklinski   Poland 10.725
40 Bao Saifei   China 10.750
41 Matthijs Buchli   Netherlands 10.779
42 Hodei Mazquiaran Uria   Spain 10.786
43 Francesco Ceci   Italy 10.805
44 Maciej Bielecki   Poland 10.809
45 Christos Volikakis   Greece 10.810
46 Itmar Esteban Herraiz   Spain 10.819
47 Muhammad Md   Malaysia 10.942
48 Muhd Amran   Malaysia 11.062
49 Kristjan Gregoric   Slovenia 11.446
50 Omar Bertazzo   Italy 11.610

1/16 FinalsEdit

1/16 Finals were held at 16:55.[5]

Heat Rank Name Nation Time Notes
1 1 Mickaël Bourgain   France 10.574 Q
1 2 Zhang Lei   China
2 1 Chris Hoy   United Kingdom 10.713 Q
2 2 Bernard Esterhuizen   South Africa
3 1 Jason Kenny   United Kingdom 10.763 Q
3 2 Andrey Kubeev   Russia
4 1 Grégory Baugé   France 10.839 Q
4 2 Denis Dmitriev   Russia
5 1 Michaël D'Almeida   France 10.742 Q
5 2 Roy van den Berg   Netherlands
6 1 Shane Perkins   Australia 10.541 Q
6 2 Kazunari Watanabe   Japan
7 1 Kévin Sireau   France 11.136 Q
7 2 Zhang Miao   China
8 1 Scott Sunderland   Australia 10.666 Q
8 2 Edward Dawkins   New Zealand
9 1 Robert Förstemann   Germany 11.426 Q
9 2 Sebastian Döhrer   Germany
10 1 Matthew Crampton   United Kingdom 10.667 Q
10 2 Damian Zielinski   Poland
11 1 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia 10.973 Q
11 2 Stefan Bötticher   Germany
12 1 Tsubasa Kitatsuru   Japan 10.964 Q
12 2 Sam Webster   New Zealand

1/8 FinalsEdit

1/8 Finals were held at 19:30.[6]

Heat Rank Name Nation Time Notes
1 1 Mickaël Bourgain   France 10.649 Q
1 2 Tsubasa Kitatsuru   Japan
2 1 Chris Hoy   United Kingdom 10.660 Q
2 2 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia
3 1 Jason Kenny   United Kingdom 10.652 Q
3 2 Matthew Crampton   United Kingdom
4 1 Grégory Baugé   France 10.908 Q
4 2 Robert Förstemann   Germany
5 1 Scott Sunderland   Australia 10.977 Q
5 2 Michaël D'Almeida   France
6 1 Shane Perkins   Australia 10.458 Q
6 2 Kévin Sireau   France

1/8 Finals RepechageEdit

1/8 Finals Repechage was held at 20:10.[7]

Heat Rank Name Nation Time Notes
1 1 Robert Förstemann   Germany 10.998 Q
1 2 Kévin Sireau   France
1 3 Tsubasa Kitatsuru   Japan
2 1 Michaël D'Almeida   France 10.817 Q
2 2 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia
2 3 Matthew Crampton   United Kingdom

QuarterfinalsEdit

The Quarterfinals were held at 20:30, 20:55 and 21:20.[8]

Heat Rank Name Nation Race 1 Race 2 Decider Notes
1 1 Mickaël Bourgain   France 10.567 10.972 Q
1 2 Michaël D'Almeida   France
2 1 Chris Hoy   United Kingdom 10.755 10.488 Q
2 2 Robert Förstemann   Germany
3 1 Jason Kenny   United Kingdom 10.437 10.571 Q
3 2 Shane Perkins   Australia 10.569
4 1 Grégory Baugé   France 10.538 10.672 Q
4 2 Scott Sunderland   Australia

Race for 5th-8th PlacesEdit

The Race for 5th-8th Places was held at 21:50.[9]

Rank Name Nation Time
5 Michaël D'Almeida   France 10.967
6 Shane Perkins   Australia
7 Scott Sunderland   Australia
Robert Förstemann   Germany REL

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held at 18:50 and 19:05.[10]

Heat Rank Name Nation Race 1 Race 2 Decider Notes
1 1 Grégory Baugé   France 10.510 10.608 Q
1 2 Mickaël Bourgain   France
2 1 Jason Kenny   United Kingdom 10.378 10.500 Q
2 2 Chris Hoy   United Kingdom

FinalsEdit

The finals were held at 20:45, 21:15 and 21:40.[11]

Rank Name Nation Race 1 Race 2 Decider
Gold Medal Races
DSQ Grégory Baugé   France 10.224 10.220
  Jason Kenny   United Kingdom
Bronze Medal Races
  Chris Hoy   United Kingdom 10.442 10.652
  Mickaël Bourgain   France 10.616

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Start list" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-22. Retrieved 2011-03-23.
  2. ^ Stokes, Shane (6 January 2012). "UCI confirms Jason Kenny, Germany are upgraded to 2011 world track champions". VeloNation. VeloNation LLC. Retrieved 6 January 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "Jason Kenny named world sprint champion after Bauge ban". BBC Sport. BBC. 6 January 2012. Retrieved 6 January 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ "Qualifying Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-22. Retrieved 2011-03-24.
  5. ^ "1/16 Finals Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-22. Retrieved 2011-03-24.
  6. ^ "1/8 Finals Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-22. Retrieved 2011-03-24.
  7. ^ "1/8 Finals Repechage Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-22. Retrieved 2011-03-24.
  8. ^ "Quarterfinal Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-22. Retrieved 2011-03-24.
  9. ^ "Race for 5th-8th Places Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-22. Retrieved 2011-03-24.
  10. ^ "Semifinals Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-30. Retrieved 2011-03-25.
  11. ^ "Finals Results" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-04-30. Retrieved 2011-03-25.