2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's team sprint

The Men's team sprint competition at the 2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 27 February 2019.[1][2]

Men's team sprint
at the 2019 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
VenueBGŻ Arena
LocationPruszków, Poland
Dates27 February
Competitors52 from 16 nations
Teams16
Winning time41.923
Medalists
gold medal    Netherlands
silver medal    France
bronze medal    Russia
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ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

The qualifying was started at 18:47.[3] The fastest eight teams qualified for the first round.

Rank Nation Time Behind Notes
1   Netherlands
Roy van den Berg
Harrie Lavreysen
Jeffrey Hoogland
42.574 Q
2   France
Grégory Baugé
Sébastien Vigier
Quentin Lafargue
43.358 +0.784 Q
3   New Zealand
Ethan Mitchell
Sam Webster
Eddie Dawkins
43.388 +1.016 Q
4   Poland
Rafał Sarnecki
Mateusz Rudyk
Krzysztof Maksel
43.475 +1.032 Q
5   Germany
Timo Bichler
Stefan Bötticher
Maximilian Dörnbach
43.590 +1.054 Q
6   Russia
Alexander Sharapov
Denis Dmitriev
Pavel Yakushevskiy
43.606 +0.814 Q
7   Australia
Matthew Richardson
Nathan Hart
Patrick Constable
43.628 +0.901 Q
8   Great Britain
Ryan Owens
Philip Hindes
Jason Kenny
43.704 +1.130 Q
9   China
Guo Shuai
Xu Chao
Zhou Yu
44.159 +1.585
10   Japan
Kazuki Amagai
Yudai Nitta
Tomohiro Fukaya
44.260 +1.686
11   Trinidad and Tobago
Njisane Phillip
Keron Bramble
Nicholas Paul
44.397 +1.823
12   Czech Republic
Pavel Kelemen
Tomáš Bábek
Robin Wagner
44.424 +1.850
13   Spain
Alejandro Martínez
Juan Peralta
José Moreno Sánchez
44.554 +1.980
14   Belarus
Yauhen Veramchuk
Artsiom Zaitsau
Uladzislau Novik
44.995 +2.421
15   Malaysia
Azizulhasni Awang
Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sahrom
Muhammad Fadhil Mohd Zonis
45.099 +2.525
16   Kazakhstan
Maxim Nalyotov
Sergey Ponomaryov
Pavel Vorzhev
45.388 +2.814

First roundEdit

The first round was started at 20:06.[4]

First round heats were held as follows:
Heat 1: 4th v 5th fastest
Heat 2: 3rd v 6th fastest
Heat 3: 2nd v 7th fastest
Heat 4: 1st v 8th fastest

The heat winners were ranked on time, from which the top 2 proceeded to the gold medal final and the other 2 proceeded to the bronze medal final.

Rank Overall
rank
Nation Time Behind Notes
4 vs 5
1 3   Germany
Timo Bichler
Stefan Bötticher
Maximilian Dörnbach
43.266 QB
2 7   Poland
Maciej Bielecki
Mateusz Rudyk
Rafał Sarnecki
43.748 +0.482
3 vs 6
2 6   Russia
Denis Dmitriev
Alexander Sharapov
Pavel Yakushevskiy
43.547 QB
1 8   New Zealand
Eddie Dawkins
Ethan Mitchell
Sam Webster
43.997 +0.450
2 vs 7
1 2   France
Grégory Baugé
Michaël D'Almeida
Sébastien Vigier
43.086 QG
2 5   Australia
Patrick Constable
Nathan Hart
Matthew Richardson
43.518 +0.432
1 vs 8
1 1   Netherlands
Matthijs Büchli
Harrie Lavreysen
Roy van den Berg
42.436 QG
2 4   Great Britain
Jack Carlin
Jason Kenny
Ryan Owens
43.330 +0.894
  • QG = qualified for gold medal final
  • QB = qualified for bronze medal final

FinalsEdit

The finals were started at 21:01.[5]

Rank Nation Time Behind Notes
Gold medal race
    Netherlands
Roy van den Berg
Harrie Lavreysen
Jeffrey Hoogland
41.923
    France
Grégory Baugé
Sébastien Vigier
Quentin Lafargue
42.889 +0.933
Bronze medal race
    Russia
Alexander Sharapov
Denis Dmitriev
Pavel Yakushevskiy
43.115
4   Germany
Timo Bichler
Stefan Bötticher
Maximilian Dörnbach
43.294 +0.174

ReferencesEdit

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