2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's omnium

The Men's omnium competition at the 2017 World Championships will be held on 15 April 2017.[1][2]

Men's omnium
at the 2017 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
VenueHong Kong Velodrome
LocationHong Kong
Dates15 April
Competitors21 from 21 nations
Winning points149
Medalists
gold medal    France
silver medal    New Zealand
bronze medal    Spain
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ResultsEdit

Scratch raceEdit

40 laps (10 km) were raced.[3]

Rank Name Nation Laps Down Event Points
1 Albert Torres   Spain 40
2 Benjamin Thomas   France 38
3 Simone Consonni   Italy 36
4 Maximilian Beyer   Germany 34
5 Szymon Sajnok   Poland 32
6 Aaron Gate   New Zealand 30
7 Roy Eefting   Netherlands 28
8 Sultanmurat Miraliyev   Kazakhstan −1 26
9 Ivo Oliveira   Portugal −1 24
10 Sam Welsford   Australia −1 22
11 Casper Pedersen   Denmark −1 20
12 Lindsay De Vylder   Belgium −1 18
13 Shunsuke Imamura   Japan −1 16
14 Park Sang-hoon   South Korea −1 14
15 Raman Tsishkou   Belarus −1 12
16 Roman Gladysh   Ukraine −1 10
17 Gaël Suter    Switzerland −1 8
18 Leung Chun Wing   Hong Kong −1 6
19 Viktor Manakov   Russia −1 4
20 Christopher Latham   Great Britain −1 2
21 Edibaldo Maldonado   Mexico −1 1

Tempo raceEdit

36 sprints were held, each awarding a point to the winner; in addition, 20 points were added/subtracted for a lap gain/loss respectively.[4]

Rank Name Nation Points In Race Finish Order Event Points Overall Rank Subtotal
1 Aaron Gate   New Zealand 43 19 40 2 70
2 Albert Torres   Spain 40 11 38 1 78
3 Szymon Sajnok   Poland 25 2 36 4 68
4 Casper Pedersen   Denmark 25 18 34 8 54
5 Roy Eefting   Netherlands 24 21 32 6 60
6 Benjamin Thomas   France 23 20 30 3 68
7 Maximilian Beyer   Germany 22 1 28 5 62
8 Gaël Suter    Switzerland 22 4 26 13 34
9 Sam Welsford   Australia 22 12 24 9 46
10 Lindsay De Vylder   Belgium 21 3 22 11 40
11 Viktor Manakov   Russia 21 5 20 15 24
12 Simone Consonni   Italy 21 10 18 7 54
13 Ivo Oliveira   Portugal 21 15 16 10 40
14 Leung Chun Wing   Hong Kong 21 16 14 17 20
15 Park Sang-hoon   South Korea 3 17 12 14 26
16 Sultanmurat Miraliyev   Kazakhstan 2 6 10 12 36
17 Raman Tsishkou   Belarus 0 7 8 16 20
18 Edibaldo Maldonado   Mexico 0 8 6 20 7
19 Roman Gladysh   Ukraine 0 9 4 19 14
20 Christopher Latham   Great Britain 0 13 2 21 4
21 Shunsuke Imamura   Japan 0 14 1 18 17

Elimination raceEdit

Sprints were held every two laps; the last rider in each sprint was eliminated.[5]

Rank Name Nation Event Points Overall Rank Subtotal
1 Sam Welsford   Australia 40 7 86
2 Simone Consonni   Italy 38 4 92
3 Benjamin Thomas   France 36 2 104
4 Albert Torres   Spain 34 1 112
5 Maximilian Beyer   Germany 32 3 94
6 Roy Eefting   Netherlands 30 6 90
7 Raman Tsishkou   Belarus 28 13 48
8 Gaël Suter    Switzerland 26 10 60
9 Shunsuke Imamura   Japan 24 15 41
10 Aaron Gate   New Zealand 22 5 92
11 Sultanmurat Miraliyev   Kazakhstan 20 12 56
12 Lindsay De Vylder   Belgium 18 11 58
13 Christopher Latham   Great Britain 16 20 20
14 Roman Gladysh   Ukraine 14 17 28
15 Szymon Sajnok   Poland 12 8 80
16 Edibaldo Maldonado   Mexico 10 21 17
17 Casper Pedersen   Denmark 8 9 62
18 Park Sang-hoon   South Korea 6 16 32
19 Leung Chun Wing   Hong Kong 4 19 24
20 Ivo Oliveira   Portugal 2 14 42
21 Viktor Manakov   Russia 1 18 25

Points race and final standingsEdit

Riders' points from the previous 3 events were carried into the points race (consisting of 100 laps (25km)), in which the final standings were decided.[6]

Overall Rank Name Nation Subtotal Sprint Points Lap Points Finish Order Final Standings
  Benjamin Thomas   France 104 25 20 3 149
  Aaron Gate   New Zealand 92 15 40 4 147
  Albert Torres   Spain 112 6 20 8 138
4 Simone Consonni   Italy 92 9 20 12 121
5 Roy Eefting   Netherlands 90 9 20 21 119
6 Casper Pedersen   Denmark 62 17 20 2 99
7 Sam Welsford   Australia 86 8 0 11 94
8 Szymon Sajnok   Poland 80 5 0 10 85
9 Maximilian Beyer   Germany 94 4 −20 19 78
10 Ivo Oliveira   Portugal 42 15 20 1 77
11 Gaël Suter    Switzerland 60 0 0 16 60
12 Lindsay De Vylder   Belgium 58 0 0 6 58
13 Sultanmurat Miraliyev   Kazakhstan 56 0 −20 5 36
14 Park Sang-hoon   South Korea 32 0 0 14 32
15 Raman Tsishkou   Belarus 48 0 −20 13 28
16 Viktor Manakov   Russia 25 2 0 17 27
17 Leung Chun Wing   Hong Kong 24 1 0 15 25
18 Christopher Latham   Great Britain 20 2 0 7 22
19 Shunsuke Imamura   Japan 41 0 −20 18 21
20 Roman Gladysh   Ukraine 28 0 −20 20 8
21 Edibaldo Maldonado   Mexico 17 0 −20 9 0

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schedule
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ "Scratch Race 1\4". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 15 April 2017.
  4. ^ "Tempo Race 2\4". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 15 April 2017.
  5. ^ "Elimination Race 3\4". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 15 April 2017.
  6. ^ "Points Race 4\4 & Final Classification". Tissot Timing. Retrieved 15 April 2017.