2019 UEC European Track Championships – Men's team sprint

The men's team sprint competition at the 2019 UEC European Track Championships was held on 16 October 2019.[1][2]

Men's team sprint
at the 2019 UEC European Track Championships
VenueOmnisport Apeldoorn, Apeldoorn
Date16 October
Competitors35 from 10 nations
Winning time42.151
Medalists
gold medal    Netherlands
silver medal    Great Britain
bronze medal    France
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ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

The eight fastest teams advanced to the first round.[3]

Rank Name Nation Time Behind Notes
1 Matthijs Büchli
Harrie Lavreysen
Roy van den Berg
  Netherlands 42.693 Q
2 Jack Carlin
Jason Kenny
Ryan Owens
  Great Britain 42.938 +0.245 Q
3 Grégory Baugé
Melvin Landerneau
Sébastien Vigier
  France 43.338 +0.645 Q
4 Maciej Bielecki
Krzysztof Maksel
Mateusz Rudyk
  Poland 43.970 +1.277 Q
5 Maximilian Dörnbach
Eric Engler
Maximilian Levy
  Germany 43.981 +1.288 Q
6 Denis Dmitriev
Alexander Sharapov
Pavel Yakushevskiy
  Russia 44.017 +1.324 Q
7 Tomáš Bábek
Martin Čechman
Pavel Kelemen
  Czech Republic 44.324 +1.631 Q
8 Alejandro Martínez
José Moreno Sánchez
Juan Peralta
  Spain 44.600 +1.907 Q
9 Aliaksandr Hlova
Uladzislau Novik
Artsiom Zaitsau
  Belarus 44.838 +2.145
10 Tadey-Ivan Chebanets
Oleksandr Moshchonskyi
Dmytro Stovbetskyi
  Ukraine 46.148 +3.455

First roundEdit

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.[4]

Rank Overall
rank
Name Nation Time Behind Notes
1 vs 8
1 1 Jeffrey Hoogland
Harrie Lavreysen
Roy van den Berg
  Netherlands 42.338 QG
2 8 Alejandro Martínez
José Moreno Sánchez
Juan Peralta
  Spain 44.868 +2.530
2 vs 7
1 2 Jack Carlin
Jason Kenny
Ryan Owens
  Great Britain 42.661 QG
2 7 Tomáš Bábek
David Sojka
Pavel Kelemen
  Czech Republic 44.628 +1.967
3 vs 6
1 3 Grégory Baugé
Quentin Lafargue
Sébastien Vigier
  France 43.481 QB
2 5 Denis Dmitriev
Aleksei Tkachev
Pavel Yakushevskiy
  Russia 44.203 +0.722
4 vs 5
1 4 Marc Jurczyk
Eric Engler
Maximilian Levy
  Germany 43.772 QB
2 6 Maciej Bielecki
Krzysztof Maksel
Mateusz Rudyk
  Poland 44.593 +0.821

FinalsEdit

[5]

Rank Name Nation Time Behind Notes
Gold medal final
  Jeffrey Hoogland
Harrie Lavreysen
Roy van den Berg
  Netherlands 42.151
  Jack Carlin
Jason Kenny
Ryan Owens
  Great Britain 42.822 +0.671
Bronze medal final
  Grégory Baugé
Quentin Lafargue
Sébastien Vigier
  France 43.206
4 Marc Jurczyk
Eric Engler
Maximilian Levy
  Germany 43.600 +0.394

ReferencesEdit