2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's individual pursuit

The Men's individual pursuit competition at the 2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 1 March 2019.[1][2]

Men's individual pursuit
at the 2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
VenueBGŻ Arena
LocationPruszków, Poland
Dates1 March
Competitors25 from 17 nations
Winning time4:07.992
Medalists
gold medal    Italy
silver medal    Germany
bronze medal    Italy
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ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

The qualifying was started at 15:43.[3] The first two racers raced for gold, the third and fourth fastest rider raced for the bronze medal.

Rank Name Nation Time Behind Notes
1 Filippo Ganna   Italy 4:07.456 Q
2 Domenic Weinstein   Germany 4:09.091 +1.635 Q
3 Davide Plebani   Italy 4:11.764 +4.308 q
4 Alexander Evtushenko   Russia 4:11.957 +4.501 q
5 Ashton Lambie   United States 4:12.886 +5.430
6 Ivo Oliveira   Portugal 4:14.127 +6.671
7 John Archibald   Great Britain 4:14.730 +7.274
8 Claudio Imhof    Switzerland 4:16.583 +9.127
9 Stefan Bissegger    Switzerland 4:17.265 +9.809
10 Leon Rohde   Germany 4:19.838 +12.382
11 Felix Groß   Germany 4:19.937 +12.481
12 Mikhail Shemetau   Belarus 4:20.346 +12.890
13 Adrian Kaiser   Poland 4:20.523 +13.067
14 Gavin Hoover   United States 4:21.596 +14.140
15 Clément Davy   France 4:24.362 +16.906
16 Alexander Porter   Australia 4:25.562 +18.106
17 Im Jae-yeon   South Korea 4:30.256 +22.800
18 Nicolas Pietrula   Czech Republic 4:31.977 +24.521
19 Alisher Zhumakan   Kazakhstan 4:32.462 +25.006
20 Li Wen-chao   Chinese Taipei 4:34.730 +27.274
21 Min Kyeong-ho   South Korea 4:34.874 +27.418
22 Yuttana Mano   Thailand 4:38.046 +30.590
23 Ko Siu Wai   Hong Kong 4:38.820 +31.364

FinalsEdit

The final was started at 20:32.[4]

Rank Name Nation Time Behind
Gold medal race
  Filippo Ganna   Italy 4:07.992
  Domenic Weinstein   Germany 4:12.571 +4.579
Bronze medal race
  Davide Plebani   Italy 4:14.572
4 Alexander Evtushenko   Russia 4:16.784 +2.212

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedule". Archived from the original on 2019-01-27. Retrieved 2019-02-26.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ Qualifying results
  4. ^ Final results