2017–18 UCI Track Cycling World Cup

The 2017–18 UCI Track Cycling World Cup (also known as the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup for sponsorship reasons) was a multi-race tournament over a track cycling season. It was the 26th series of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup organised by the UCI. The series was run from 3 November 2017 to 21 January 2018 and consisted of five rounds.[1]

2017–2018 UCI Track Cycling World Cup
Twenty-sixth edition of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup
Details
Dates3 November 2017 – 21 January 2018
LocationPoland, United Kingdom, Canada, Chile and Belarus
Rounds5
← 2016–17

SeriesEdit

On 11 May 2017 the UCI revealed the location and dates of the world cup meetings that took place in 2017. Four rounds took place in Pruszków, Poland, Manchester, Great Britain, Milton, Canada and Santiago, Chile.[2] On 27 June 2017 the UCI expanded the World Cup to five events by adding Minsk, Belarus to the schedule for a round to take place in 2018. All venues except Manchester are hosting a round of the World Cup for the first time.[3]

Pruszków, PolandEdit

The first round was hosted in Pruszków. The racing was held on three full days between 3 and 5 November 2017 at the BGŻ BNP Paribas Arena. The venue hosted junior and under 23 European Championships in 2008, the World Championships in 2009 and the UEC European Track Cycling Championships in 2010.

Manchester, Great BritainEdit

The second round was hosted in Manchester in Great Britain. This round was held between 10 and 12 November 2017 at HSBC UK National Cycling Centre. Manchester has previously hosted the 2002 Commonwealth Games, the 1996, 2000 and 2008 World Championships and seven times has hosted a round of the world cup. This will be the first time since 2013 that the venue has hosted this event.[4]

Milton, CanadaEdit

The third round was hosted in Milton. The racing was held on three full days between 1 and 3 December 2017 at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre. The venue was built for the 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games held in Toronto.

Santiago, ChileEdit

The penultimate round of this World Cup season was hosted in Santiago. This round was held between 8 and 10 December 2017 at the Parque Peñalolén velodrome. The venue was host to the 2014 South American Games

Minsk, BelarusEdit

The final round of the world cup took place at the Velodrome Minsk-Arena. The venue hosted the 2009 European Championships and the World Championships in 2013.

FormatEdit

The following events will be raced at all rounds:[3]

  • Individual sprint, men and women
  • Team sprint, men and women
  • Keirin, men and women
  • Team pursuit, men and women
  • Madison, men and women
  • Omnium, men and women

At the Purszkow round the points race, Scratch race events were included for both sexes and the women were additionally race the individual pursuit. The women also competed in the 500m Time Trial in Manchester and both sexes competed in the Scratch race. In the Milton round the points race was additionally held for both sexes. At the final round in Minsk the Scratch and points races were added to the schedule for both sexes; while the men were additionally race the individual pursuit.[5]

On 2 November the UCI announced that the top three riders across the series in individual sprint, keirin, Omnium and Madison races received an additional bonus to their prize money.[6]

The top three series bonus is:

  • Winners of the final overall ranking: CHF 10,000
  • 2nd in the final overall ranking: CHF 6,000
  • 3rd in the final overall ranking: CHF 2,000.

The top three of each individual race during the series received in Euros, 625, 375, 250 respectively. The podium places of the team pursuit received in Euros 1250, 750, 500, for first, second and third place. Each pair in the Madison who finish in the top three received in Euros, 625, 375, 250 respectively. In the men's team sprint each time received in Euros 940, 560 and 375, while the women's team sprint received € 625, 375 and 250 for a top three finish.[7]

StandingsEdit

MenEdit

WomenEdit

Overall Team StandingsEdit

Overall team standings are calculated based on total number of points gained by the team's riders in each event.[28]

Rank Team Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Total Points
1   Germany 6433.5 6425.0 3545.0 2755.0 4245.0 23403.5
2   France 4545.0 6397.5 4152.5 1495.0 4070.0 20678.5
3   Italy 5391.0 4701.0 1982.0 3490.0 4795.0 19586.0
4   Russia 5647.0 3623.5 4055.0 5057.5 19204.5
5   United Kingdom 5590.0 4971.0 5800.0 2155.0 18897.5
6   Netherlands 4695.0 3836.0 2250.0 4575.0 17355.0
7   Poland 4415.0 3090.0 2815.0 5150.0 17235.5
8   Ukraine 5158.0 4161.0 2265.0 4700.0 2685.0 17155.0
9   New Zealand 5300.0 4930.0 5915.0 4840.0 15502.5
10   Spain 3120.5 3829.5 3147.5 1062.5 2110.0 13270.0

ResultsEdit

MenEdit

Event Winner Second Third
  Poland, Pruszków | 3–5 November 2017
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Matthew Glaetzer (AUS)
10.359/10.349
  Mateusz Rudyk (POL)
+0.014/+0.371
  Edward Dawkins (NZL)
10.279/10.456
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Netherlands
Jeffrey Hoogland
Harrie Lavreysen
Nils van 't Hoenderdaal
42.906
  France
Benjamin Edelin
Quentin Lafargue
Melvin Landerneau
43.528
  Great Britain
Jack Carlin
Ryan Owens
Joseph Truman
43.192
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  Italy
Francesco Lamon
Liam Bertazzo
Simone Consonni
Filippo Ganna
3:56.433
  Germany
Felix Gross
Theo Reinhardt
Nils Schomber
Domenic Weinstein
3:57.778
  Russia
Lev Gonov
Sergey Shilov
Ivan Smirnov
Dmitri Sokolov
4:01.733
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Matthijs Büchli (NED)
(BEAT Cycling Club)
10.541
  Joachim Eilers (GER)
+0.055
  Sebastien Vigier (FRA)
+0.121
Points Race

Details (pdf)

  Nikita Panassenko (KAZ)
42 pts
  Christos Volikakis (GRE)
27 pts
  Liam Bertazzo (ITA)
21 pts
Scratch Race

Details (pdf)

  Robbe Ghys (BEL)   Edgar Stepanyan (ARM)
(1 lap down)
  Roy Pieters (BEL)
(1 lap down)
Madison

Details (pdf)

  Australia
Callum Scotson
Cameron Meyer
31 pts
  Belgium
Moreno De Pauw
Kenny De Ketele
29 pts
  France
Florian Maitre
Benjamin Thomas
27 pts
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Niklas Larsen (DEN)
191 pts
  Szymon Sajnok (POL)
149 pts
  Claudio Imhof (SUI)
147 pts
  United Kingdom, Manchester | 10–12 November 2017
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Harrie Lavreysen (NED)
10.225/10.269
  Mateusz Rudyk (POL)
+0.114/+1.188
  Matthew Glaetzer (AUS)
DNF/DNF
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Germany
Joachim Eilers
Robert Förstemann
Maximilian Levy
43.095
BEAT Cycling Club
Theo Bos
Roy van den Berg
Matthijs Büchli
43.542
  Netherlands
Sam Ligtlee
Nils van 't Hoenderdaal
Jeffrey Hoogland
43.426
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  Great Britain
Steven Burke
Ed Clancy
Oliver Wood
Kian Emadi
3:55.847
  Denmark
Casper Pedersen
Casper von Folsach
Julius Johansen
Kristian Kaimer Eriksen
4:01.535
  France
Benjamin Thomas
Florian Maitre
Louis Pijourlet
Thomas Denis
3:57.298
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Matthijs Büchli (NED)
(BEAT Cycling Club)
10.152
  Andriy Vynokurov (UKR)
+0.011
  Juan Peralta (ESP)
+0.172
1km Time Trial

Details (pdf)

  Matthew Glaetzer (AUS)
1:00.081
  Eric Engler (GER)
(Track Team Brandenburg)
1:01.085
  Callum Skinner (GBR)
(100% ME)
1:01.161
Scratch Race

Details (pdf)

  Nikita Panassenko (KAZ)   Jon Mould (GBR)
(Team Wales)
  Wim Stroetinga (NED)
Madison

Details (pdf)

  Denmark
Niklas Larsen
Casper von Folsach
46 pts
  France
Benjamin Thomas
Morgan Kneisky
46 pts
  Poland
Daniel Staniszewski
Wojciech Pszczolarski
37 pts
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Benjamin Thomas (FRA)
151 pts
  Niklas Larsen (DEN)
140 pts
  Albert Torres (ESP)
125 pts
  Canada, Milton | 1–3 December 2017
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Jeffrey Hoogland (NED)
10.143/10.554
  Ethan Mitchell (NZL)
+0.074/+0.310
  Jack Carlin (GBR)
10.454/10.335
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

  New Zealand
Edward Dawkins
Ethan Mitchell
Sam Webster
43.336
  Great Britain
Jack Carlin
Philip Hindes
Callum Skinner
43.922
  Czech Republic
Martin Cechman
Pavel Kelemen
David Sojka
44.094
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  New Zealand
Campbell Stewart
Thomas Sexton
Jared Gray
Nicholas Kergozou
3:59.000
  Canada
Derek Gee
Adam Jamieson
Jay Lamoureux
Michael Foley
3:59.982
   Switzerland
Gino Mäder
Robin Froidevaux
Lukas Rüegg
Gaël Suter
4:03.425
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Harrie Lavreysen (NED)
10.103
  Lewis Oliva (GBR)
(Team Wales)
+0.075
  Joachim Eilers (GER)
+0.119
Points Race

Details (pdf)

  Niklas Larsen (DEN)
40 pts
  Mark Stewart (GBR)
19 pts
  Kenny De Ketele (BEL)
15 pts
Madison

Details (pdf)

  Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Lindsay De Vylder
32 pts
  New Zealand
Thomas Sexton
Campbell Stewart
26 pts
  Great Britain
Mark Stewart
Oliver Wood
25 pts
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Niklas Larsen (DEN)
132 pts
  Oliver Wood (GBR)
120 pts
  Gaël Suter (SUI)
112 pts
  Chile, Santiago | 8–10 December 2017
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Vasilijus Lendel (LTU)
+0.040/10.060/10.535
  Denis Dmitriev (RUS)
10.078/+0.024/+0.117
  Andriy Vynokurov (UKR)
10.279/10.029
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Russia
Denis Dmitriev
Shane Perkins
Pavel Yakushevskiy
42.955
  France
Rayan Helal
Melvin Landerneau
François Pervis
43.736
  South Korea
Im Chae-bin
Park Jeong
Son Je-yong
43.578
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  New Zealand
Campbell Stewart
Jared Gray
Nicholas Kergozou
Harry Waine
3:54.618
  Japan
Shunsuke Imamura
Ryo Chikatani
Shogo Ichimaru
Keitaro Sawada
4:02.740
  United States
Gavin Hoover
Ashton Lambie
Adrian Hegyvary
Eric Young
4:04.163
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Yuta Wakimoto (JPN)
9.906
  Andriy Vynokurov (UKR)
+0.256
  Pavel Kelemen (CZE)
+0.400
Madison

Details (pdf)

  New Zealand
Thomas Sexton
Campbell Stewart
32 pts
  Italy
Francesco Lamon
Michele Scartezzini
25 pts
  Austria
Andreas Graf
Andreas Müller
20 pts
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Daniel Holloway (USA)
146 pts
  Eiya Hashimoto (JPN)
143 pts
  Roman Gladysh (UKR)
128 pts
  Belarus, Minsk | 19–21 January 2018
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Matthijs Büchli (NED) (BEAT Cycling Club)
10.361/10.204
  Vasilijus Lendel (LTU)
+0.059/+0.018
  Theo Bos (NED) (BEAT Cycling Club)
10.837/10.730
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

BEAT Cycling Club
Roy van den Berg
Matthijs Büchli
Theo Bos
43.397
  Poland
Rafał Sarnecki
Krzysztof Maksel
Kamil Kuczyński
44.116
  France
Benjamin Edelin
Michaël D'Almeida
Rayan Helal
43.948
Individual Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  Charlie Tanfield (GBR) (Team KGF)
4:12.253
  Ivo Oliveira (POR)
4:19.718
  Alexander Evtushenko (RUS) (Lokosphinx)
4:19.089
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

Team KGF
Daniel Bigham
Charlie Tanfield
Harry Tanfield
Jonathan Wale
3:56.015
Lokosphinx
Kirill Sveshnikov
Alexander Evtushenko
Sergey Shilov
Dmitri Sokolov
3:58.385
  Russia
Lev Gonov
Dmitry Mukhomediarov
Ivan Smirnov
Gleb Syritsa
4:00.501
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Matthijs Büchli (NED) (BEAT Cycling Club)
9.693
  Stefan Ritter (CAN)
+0.544
  Lewis Oliva (GBR) (Team Wales)
+0.585
Points Race

Details (pdf)

  Jan-Willem van Schip (NED)
75 pts
  Cheung King Lok (HKG)
50 pts
  Ivo Oliveira (POR)
41 pts
Scratch Race

Details (pdf)

  Yauheni Karaliok (BLR)
  Ivo Oliveira (POR)
  Vitaliy Hryniv (UKR)
Madison

Details (pdf)

  Hong Kong
Leung Chun Wing
Cheung King Lok
30 pts
  Netherlands
Roy Pieters
Wim Stroetinga
27 pts
  Portugal
Rui Oliveira
Ivo Oliveira
25 pts
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Jan-Willem van Schip (NED)
134 pts
  Szymon Sajnok (POL)
129 pts
  Mamyr Stash (RUS) (Lokosphinx)
110 pts

WomenEdit

Event Winner Second Third
  Poland, Pruszków | 3–5 November 2017
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Kristina Vogel (GER)
11.297/11.403
  Stephanie Morton (AUS)
+0.092/+0.067
  Mathilde Gros (FRA)
11.411/+0.329/11.575
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Germany
Pauline Grabosch
Kristina Vogel
32.668
  Netherlands
Kyra Lamberink
Hetty van de Wouw
33.238
  Russia
Daria Shmeleva
Anastasia Voynova
32.631
Individual Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  Justyna Kaczkowska (POL)
3:31.261
  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED)
3:36.497
  Elisa Balsamo (ITA)
3:33.888
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  Italy
Elisa Balsamo
Tatiana Guderzo
Francesca Pattaro
Silvia Valsecchi
4:21.965
  Canada
Allison Beveridge
Ariane Bonhomme
Annie Foreman-Mackey
Kinley Gibson
4:23.993
  Great Britain
Emily Nelson
Neah Evans
Emily Kay
Manon Lloyd
4:22.230
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Kristina Vogel (GER)
11.024
  Daria Shmeleva (RUS)
+0.067
  Stephanie Morton (AUS)
+0.196
Points Race

Details (pdf)

  Lotte Kopecky (BEL)
25 pts
  Hanna Solovey (UKR)
23 pts
  Coralie Demay (FRA)
22 pts
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Kirsten Wild (NED)
129 pts
  Jennifer Valente (USA)
127 pts
  Amalie Dideriksen (DEN)
116 pts
Scratch Race

Details (pdf)

  Maria Averina (RUS)   Justyna Kaczkowska (POL)   Olivija Baleišytė (LTU)
Madison

Details (pdf)

  Belgium
Lotte Kopecky
Jolien D'Hoore
29 pts
  Great Britain
Elinor Barker
Emily Nelson
23 pts
  Italy
Maria Giulia Confalonieri
Elisa Balsamo
13 pts
  United Kingdom, Manchester | 10–12 November 2017
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Kristina Vogel (GER)
11.202/11.238
  Laurine van Riessen (NED)
(Matrix Pro Cycling)
+0.136/+0.394
  Anastasia Voynova (RUS)
+0.030/11.492/11.472
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Germany
Kristina Vogel
Miriam Welte
32.382
  Russia
Anastasia Voynova
Daria Shmeleva
33.151
Holy Brother Cycling Team
Shanju Bao
Yufang Guo
33.202
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  Great Britain
Elinor Barker
Katie Archibald
Emily Nelson
Neah Evans
4:16.803
  Italy
Francesca Pattaro
Elisa Balsamo
Tatiana Guderzo
Silvia Valsecchi
4:21.562
  Japan
Kie Furuyama
Yumi Kajihara
Kisato Nakamura
Yuya Hashimoto
4:28.668
500m Time Trial

Details (pdf)

  Daria Shmeleva (RUS)
33.613
  Miriam Welte (GER)
33.634
  Olena Starikova (UKR)
33.825
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Kristina Vogel (GER)
11.696
  Shanne Braspennincx (NED)
+0.294
  Laurine van Riessen (NED)
(Matrix Pro Cycling)
+0.776
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Jennifer Valente (USA)
139 pts
  Katie Archibald (GBR)
134 pts
  Amalie Dideriksen (DEN)
120 pts
Scratch Race

Details (pdf)

  Rachele Barbieri (ITA)   Yang Qianyu (HKG)   Jolien D'Hoore (BEL)
Madison

Details (pdf)

  Great Britain
Elinor Barker
Katie Archibald
32 pts
  Belgium
Jolien D'Hoore
Lotte Kopecky
30 pts
  Italy
Rachele Barbieri
Elisa Balsamo
9 pts
  Canada, Milton | 1–3 December 2017
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Kristina Vogel (GER)
11.678/11.571
  Shanne Braspennincx (NED)
+0.409/+0.090
  Laurine van Riessen (NED)
11.897/+0.002/11.719
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Germany
Kristina Vogel
Miriam Welte
32.759
  Netherlands
Hetty van de Wouw
Laurine van Riessen
33.926
  South Korea
Kim Won-gyeong
Lee Hye-jin
33.603
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  Canada
Ariane Bonhomme
Kinley Gibson
Annie Foreman-Mackey
Allison Beveridge
  New Zealand
Rushlee Buchanan
Kirstie James
Bryony Botha
Michaela Drummond
(Overlapped)
  France
Clara Copponi
Coralie Demay
Laurie Berthon
Valentine Fortin
4:32.466
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Kristina Vogel (GER)
11.333
  Katy Marchant (GBR)
+0.085
  Shanne Braspennincx (NED)
+0.173
Points Race

Details (pdf)

  Katie Archibald (GBR)
47 pts
  Jasmin Duehring (CAN)
38 pts
  Jarmila Machačová (CZE)
24 pts
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Yumi Kajihara (JPN)
154 pts
  Allison Beveridge (CAN)
120 pts
  Ellie Dickinson (GBR)
118 pts
Madison

Details (pdf)

  Great Britain
Katie Archibald
Ellie Dickinson
29 pts
  France
Coralie Demay
Laurie Berthon
24 pts
  New Zealand
Racquel Sheath
Michaela Drummond
15 pts
  Chile, Santiago | 8–10 December 2017
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Lyubov Basova (UKR)
11.268/11.625
  Daria Shmeleva (RUS)
+2.568/+5.237
  Lee Hye-jin (KOR)
11.912/11.595
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Ukraine
Lyubov Basova
Olena Starikova
32.512
Holy Brother Cycling Team
Shanju Bao
Yufang Guo
33.274
  South Korea
Kim Won-gyeong
Lee Hye-jin
33.337
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  New Zealand
Racquel Sheath
Bryony Botha
Rushlee Buchanan
Kirstie James
4:17.804
  Italy
Simona Frapporti
Marta Cavalli
Francesca Pattaro
Silvia Valsecchi
4:19.415
  Japan
Yuya Hashimoto
Kie Furuyama
Kisato Nakamura
Nao Suzuki
4:28.615
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Madalyn Godby (USA)
11.484
  Natasha Hansen (NZL)
+0.044
  Lyubov Basova (UKR)
+0.059
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Yumi Kajihara (JPN)
129 pts
  Elisa Balsamo (ITA)
128 pts
  Tetyana Klimchenko (UKR)
119 pts
Madison

Details (pdf)

  New Zealand
Michaela Drummond
Racquel Sheath
22 pts
  Denmark
Trine Schmidt
Julie Leth
16 pts
  Italy
Elisa Balsamo
Marta Cavalli
13 pts
  Belarus, Minsk | 19–21 January 2018
Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Pauline Grabosch (GER)
11.277/+0.064/11.376
  Simona Krupeckaitė (LTU)
+0.190/11.276/+0.193
  Nicky Degrendele (BEL)
11.354/11.388
Team Sprint

Details (pdf)

  Germany
Pauline Grabosch
Emma Hinze
33.175
  Lithuania
Miglė Marozaitė
Simona Krupeckaitė
33.352
  South Korea
Kim Won-gyeong
Lee Hye-jin
33.439
Team Pursuit

Details (pdf)

  United States
Jennifer Valente
Kelly Catlin
Chloé Dygert
Kimberly Geist
4:15.673
  Italy
Martina Alzini
Elisa Balsamo
Marta Cavalli
Simona Frapporti
4:23.921
  Canada
Devaney Collier
Maggie Coles-Lyster
Erin Attwell
Laurie Jussaume
Keirin

Details (pdf)

  Nicky Degrendele (BEL)
10.995
  Lee Hye-jin (KOR)
+0.192
  Lyubov Basova (UKR)
+0.337
Points Race

Details (pdf)

  Kirsten Wild (NED)
45 pts
  Maria Giulia Confalonieri (ITA)
33 pts
  Anita Stenberg (NOR)
28 pts
Omnium

Details (pdf)

  Kirsten Wild (NED)
122 pts
  Elinor Barker (GBR)
119 pts
  Jennifer Valente (USA)
114 pts
Scratch Race

Details (pdf)

  Aline Seitz (SUI)
  Elinor Barker (GBR)
  Amy Pieters (NED)
Madison

Details (pdf)

  Italy
Letizia Paternoster
Maria Giulia Confalonieri
29 pts
  Netherlands
Kirsten Wild
Amy Pieters
26 pts
  Russia
Maria Novolodskaya
Olga Zabelinskaya
25 pts

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  8. ^ [1]. Men's Sprint standings.
  9. ^ [2]. Men's Team Sprint standings.
  10. ^ [3]. Men's Team Pursuit standings.
  11. ^ [4]. Men's Pursuit standings.
  12. ^ [5]. Men's Madison standings.
  13. ^ [6]. Men's Omnium standings.
  14. ^ [7]. Men's Keirin standings.
  15. ^ [8]. Men's Scratch Race standings.
  16. ^ [9]. Men's Points Race standings.
  17. ^ [10]. Men's 1Km Time Trial standings.
  18. ^ [11]. Women's Sprint standings.
  19. ^ [12]. Women's Team Sprint standings.
  20. ^ [13]. Women's Team Pursuit standings.
  21. ^ [14]. Women's 500m Time Trial standings.
  22. ^ [15]. Women's Madison standings.
  23. ^ [16]. Women's Omnium standings.
  24. ^ [17]. Women's Keirin standings.
  25. ^ [18]. Women's Scratch Race standings.
  26. ^ [19]. Women's Points Race standings.
  27. ^ [20]. Women's Pursuit standings.
  28. ^ Team World Cup Standings