2014 UCI Juniors Track World Championships

The 2014 UCI Juniors Track World Championships was the 11th annual Junior World Championship for track cycling held at the Gwangmyeong Velodrome in Gwangmyeong, South Korea from 8 to 12 August 2014.

2014 UCI Juniors Track World Championships
VenueGwangmyeong Velodrome, Gwangmyeong, South Korea
Date(s) (2014-08-08 - 2014-08-12)8–12 August 2014
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Medals were won across 19 disciplines.[1]

Medal summaryEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Events
Sprint
details
Sébastien Vigier
  France
Braeden Dean
  Australia
Benjamin Gil
  France
1 km Time Trial
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Jiří Janošek
  Czech Republic
1:02.558 Alexey Nosov
  Russia
1:04.005 Muhammad Firdau Mohd Zonis
  Malaysia
1:04.161
Pursuit
details
Ivo Oliveira
  Portugal
3:18.905 Regan Gough
  New Zealand
3:22.277 Daniel Fitter
  Australia
3:21.165
Team Pursuit
details
Alexander Porter
Sam Welsford
Callum Scotson
Daniel Fitter
  Australia
4:06.970 Jaime Restrepo
Wilmar Paredes
Julián Cardona
Javier Ignacio Montoya
  Colombia
4:10.827 Regan Gough
Nicholas Kergozou
Luke Mudgway
Jack Ford
  New Zealand
4:11.561
Team Sprint[R]
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Sergey Gorlov
Alexey Nosov
Sergey Tabolin
  Russia
1:00.338 Jeahee Jung
Hyeyun Seok
Seongjin Son
  South Korea
1:00.961


  Poland
1:01.562
Keirin
details
Sergey Gorlov
  Russia
Benjamin Gil
  France
Patryk Rajkowski
  Poland
Scratch
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Sergey Rostovtsev
  Russia
Mathias Albrechtsen
  Denmark
Rui Oliveira
  Portugal
Points Race
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Regan Gough
  New Zealand
42 Points Nikolai Ilichev
  Russia
38 Points Edgar Stepanyan
  Armenia
32 Points
Omnium[2]
details
Casper Pedersen
  Denmark
200 Points Sam Welsford
  Australia
181 Points Kim Ji-hoon
  South Korea
175 Points
Madison
details
Regan Gough
Luke Mudgway
  New Zealand
12 Points Marc Jurczyk
Manuel Porzner
  Germany
11 Points Ivo Oliveira
Rui Oliveira
  Portugal
9 Points
Women's Events
Sprint
details
Courtney Field
  Australia
Tatiana Kiseleva
  Russia
Nicky Degrendele
  Belgium
500 m Time Trial
details
Tatiana Kiseleva
  Russia
35.470 Courtney Field
  Australia
35.569 Emma Hinze
  Germany
35.662
Pursuit
details
Alexandra Manly
  Australia
2:24.624 Lisa Klein
  Germany
2:27.877 Lauren Perry
  Australia
2:28.543
Team Pursuit
details
Macey Stewart
Alexandra Manly
Josie Talbot
Danielle McKinnirey
  Australia
4:37.891 Martina Alzini
Claudia Cretti
Maria Vittoria Sperotto
Daniela Magnetto
  Italy
4:40.506 Holly Edmondston
Bryony Botha
Holly White
Nina Wollaston
  New Zealand
4:45.157
Team Sprint[R]
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Doreen Heinze
Emma Hinze
  Germany
45.468 Tatiana Kiseleva
Anna Kozinova
  Russia
45.742 Choi Seulgi
Jang Yeonhee
  South Korea
46.429
Keirin
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Nicky Degrendele
  Belgium
Courtney Field
  Australia
Doreen Heinze
  Germany
Scratch
details
Amalie Dideriksen
  Denmark
Soline Lamboley
  France
Josie Talbot
  Australia
Points Race
details
Camila Valbuena
  Colombia
49 Points Yumi Kajihara
  Japan
41 Points Josie Talbot
  Australia
22 Points
Omnium[3]
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Macey Stewart
  Australia
205 Points Martina Alzini
  Italy
205 Points Soline Lamboley
  France
181 Points

NotesEdit

  • R Held on a 333m track. Team sprint records are only kept for 250m tracks.[4]

Medals tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Australia (AUS)53513
2  Russia (RUS)4408
3  New Zealand (NZL)2125
4  Denmark (DEN)2103
5  Germany (DEU)1225
6  South Korea (KOR)1124
7  Colombia (COL)1102
8  Portugal (POR)1023
9  Belgium (BEL)1012
10  Czech Republic (CZE)1001
11  France (FRA)0314
12  Italy (ITA)0202
13  Japan (JPN)0101
14  Poland (POL)0022
15  Armenia (ARM)0011
  Malaysia (MAS)0011
Totals (16 nations)19191957

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ trackcyclingnews.com
  2. ^ "UCI Juniors Track World Championships: Pedersen takes over for Denmark". UCI. 11 August 2014. Retrieved 28 October 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "UCI Juniors Track World Championships: Fifth title for Australia". UCI. 12 August 2014. Retrieved 28 October 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ "UCI CYCLING REGULATIONS" (PDF). UCI. 4 June 2016. p. 64. Retrieved 28 October 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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