2014 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's sprint

The Men's sprint at the 2014 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 1–2 March 2014. 32 cyclists participated in the contest.[1]

MedalistsEdit

Gold   François Pervis (FRA)
Silver   Stefan Bötticher (GER)
Bronze   Denis Dmitriev (RUS)

ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

The qualifying was held at 12:00.[2]

Rank Name Nation Time Notes
1 François Pervis   France 9.742 Q
2 Stefan Bötticher   Germany 9.790 Q
3 Robert Förstemann   Germany 9.852 Q
4 Denis Dmitriev   Russia 9.892 Q
5 Max Niederlag   Germany 9.923 Q
6 Shane Perkins   Australia 9.925 Q
7 Jeffrey Hoogland   Netherlands 9.927 Q
8 Matthew Crampton   Great Britain 9.931 Q
9 Sam Webster   New Zealand 9.933 Q
10 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia 9.937 Q
11 Michaël D'Almeida   France 9.972 Q
12 Matthew Archibald   New Zealand 9.989 Q
13 Juan Peralta   Spain 9.990 Q
14 Jason Kenny   Great Britain 10.001 Q
15 Daniel Ellis   Australia 10.002 Q
16 Nikita Shurshin   Russia 10.028 Q
17 Pavel Kelemen   Czech Republic 10.030 Q
18 Damian Zieliński   Poland 10.063 Q
19 Azizulhasni Awang   Malaysia 10.066 Q
20 Bernard Esterhuizen   South Africa 10.098 Q
21 Xu Chao   China 10.156 Q
22 Seiichiro Nakagawa   Japan 10.161 Q
23 Adam Ptáčník   Czech Republic 10.167 Q
24 Kamil Kuczyński   Poland 10.181 Q
25 Christos Volikakis   Greece 10.214
26 Hugo Haak   Netherlands 10.265
27 Tomoyuki Kawabata   Japan 10.302
28 Valentin Savitskiy   Russia 10.316
29 Hugo Barrette   Canada 10.359
30 José Moreno   Spain 10.465
Fabián Puerta   Colombia DNS
Hersony Canelón   Venezuela DNS

1/16 finalsEdit

The 1/16 finals were held at 13:05.[3]

Heat Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 1 François Pervis   France Q
1 2 Kamil Kuczyński   Poland +0.059
2 1 Stefan Bötticher   Germany Q
2 2 Adam Ptáčník   Czech Republic DNF
3 1 Robert Förstemann   Germany Q
3 2 Seiichiro Nakagawa   Japan +0.024
4 1 Denis Dmitriev   Russia Q
4 2 Xu Chao   China +0.252
5 1 Max Niederlag   Germany Q
5 2 Bernard Esterhuizen   South Africa +0.116
6 1 Shane Perkins   Australia Q
6 2 Azizulhasni Awang   Malaysia +0.022
7 1 Jeffrey Hoogland   Netherlands Q
7 2 Damian Zieliński   Poland +0.050
8 1 Matthew Crampton   Great Britain Q
8 2 Pavel Kelemen   Czech Republic +0.055
9 1 Nikita Shurshin   Russia Q
9 2 Sam Webster   New Zealand +1.121
10 1 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia Q
10 2 Daniel Ellis   Australia +0.175
11 1 Jason Kenny   Great Britain Q
11 2 Michaël D'Almeida   France +0.041
12 1 Juan Peralta   Spain Q
12 2 Matthew Archibald   New Zealand +0.027

1/8 finalsEdit

The 1/8 finals were held at 14:40.[4]

Heat Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 1 François Pervis   France Q
1 2 Juan Peralta   Spain +0.095
2 1 Stefan Bötticher   Germany Q
2 2 Jason Kenny   Great Britain +1.433
3 1 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia Q
3 2 Robert Förstemann   Germany +0.084
4 1 Denis Dmitriev   Russia Q
4 2 Nikita Shurshin   Russia +0.104
5 1 Max Niederlag   Germany Q
5 2 Matthew Crampton   Great Britain +0.041
6 1 Shane Perkins   Australia Q
6 2 Jeffrey Hoogland   Netherlands +0.226

1/8 finals repechagesEdit

The 1/8 finals repechages were held at 15:30.[5]

Heat Rank Name Nation Gap Notes
1 1 Jeffrey Hoogland   Netherlands Q
1 2 Nikita Shurshin   Russia +0.021
1 3 Juan Peralta   Spain +0.144
2 1 Jason Kenny   Great Britain Q
2 2 Robert Förstemann   Germany +0.001
2 3 Matthew Crampton   Great Britain +0.061

QuarterfinalsEdit

Race 1 was held at 18:40 and Race 2 at 19:35.[6]

Heat Rank Name Nation Race 1 Race 2 Decider Notes
1 1 François Pervis   France X X Q
1 2 Jason Kenny   Great Britain
2 1 Stefan Bötticher   Germany X X Q
2 2 Jeffrey Hoogland   Netherlands
3 1 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia X X Q
3 2 Shane Perkins   Australia
4 1 Denis Dmitriev   Russia X X Q
4 2 Max Niederlag   Germany

Race for 5th–8th placesEdit

The race for 5th–8th places was held at 20:50.[7]

Rank Name Nation Gap
5 Jason Kenny   Great Britain
6 Max Niederlag   Germany +0.137
7 Jeffrey Hoogland   Netherlands +0.159
8 Shane Perkins   Australia +0.264

SemifinalsEdit

Race 1 was held at 15:30, Race 2 at 16:00 and Race 3 at 16:20.[8]

Heat Rank Name Nation Race 1 Race 2 Decider Notes
1 1 François Pervis   France X X Q
1 2 Denis Dmitriev   Russia +0.015 +0.057
2 1 Stefan Bötticher   Germany X +0.004 X Q
2 2 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia +0.146 X +0.027

FinalsEdit

Race 1 was held at 17:00 and Race 2 at 17:25.[9]

Rank Name Nation Race 1 Race 2 Decider
Gold Medal Races
  François Pervis   France X X
  Stefan Bötticher   Germany +0.040 +0.032
Bronze Medal Races
  Denis Dmitriev   Russia X X
4 Matthew Glaetzer   Australia +0.024 +0.072

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Men's Sprint / Vitesse hommes – Qualifying / Qualifications: Start List / Liste de départ". Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 28 February 2014. Retrieved 1 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Men's Sprint / Vitesse hommes – Qualifying / Qualifications: Results / Résultats". Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 1 March 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.
  3. ^ "Men's Sprint / Vitesse hommes – 1/16 Finals / 1/16 de finales: Results / Résultats". Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 1 March 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.
  4. ^ "Men's Sprint / Vitesse hommes – 1/8 Finals / 1/8 de finales: Results / Résultats". Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 1 March 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.
  5. ^ "Men's Sprint / Vitesse hommes – 1/8 Finals Repechages / Repêchages 1/8 de finales: Results / Résultats". Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 1 March 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.
  6. ^ "Men's Sprint / Vitesse hommes – Quarterfinals / Quart de finales: Results / Résultats". Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 1 March 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.
  7. ^ "Men's Sprint / Vitesse hommes – Race for 5th–8th Places / Classement places 5–8: Results / Résultats". Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 1 March 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.
  8. ^ "Men's Sprint / Vitesse hommes – Semifinals / Demifinales: Results / Résultats". Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 2 March 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.
  9. ^ "Men's Sprint / Vitesse hommes – Results and Final Classification / Résultats et classement final: Results / Résultats". Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 2 March 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.