2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's team pursuit

The Men's team pursuit competition at the 2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships was held on 26 and 27 February 2020.[1][2]

Men's team pursuit
at the 2020 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
Denmark men's team pursuit (2020-02-27) - UCI Track World Championships 2020.jpg
Danish world champions (from left): Lasse Norman Hansen, Julius Johansen, Frederik Rodenberg, and Rasmus Pedersen
VenueVelodrom
LocationBerlin, Germany
Dates26–27 February
Competitors57 from 13 nations
Teams13
Winning time3:44.672
Medalists
gold medal    Denmark
silver medal    New Zealand
bronze medal    Italy
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ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

The qualifying was started on 26 February at 14:21.[3] The eight fastest teams advanced to the first round.

Rank Nation Time Behind Notes
1   Denmark
Lasse Norman Hansen
Julius Johansen
Frederik Rodenberg
Rasmus Pedersen
3:46.579 Q, WR
2   New Zealand
Campbell Stewart
Aaron Gate
Regan Gough
Jordan Kerby
3:48.742 +2.163 Q
3   France
Benjamin Thomas
Thomas Denis
Corentin Ermenault
Valentin Tabellion
3:49.558 +2.979 Q
4   Italy
Michele Scartezzini
Simone Consonni
Filippo Ganna
Francesco Lamon
3:49.995 +3.416 Q
5   Australia
Leigh Howard
Luke Plapp
Alexander Porter
Sam Welsford
3:50.015 +3.436 q
6   Germany
Felix Groß
Theo Reinhardt
Nils Schomber
Domenic Weinstein
3:50.304 +3.725 q
7   Great Britain
Ed Clancy
Ethan Hayter
Charlie Tanfield
Oliver Wood
3:50.341 +3.762 q
8    Switzerland
Cyrille Thièry
Stefan Bissegger
Robin Froidevaux
Claudio Imhof
3:52.888 +6.309 q
9   Japan
Ryo Chikatani
Shunsuke Imamura
Kazushige Kuboki
Keitaro Sawada
3:52.956 +6.377
10   Russia
Nikita Bersenev
Lev Gonov
Ivan Smirnov
Kirill Sveshnikov
3:53.523 +6.944
11   Canada
Derek Gee
Michael Foley
Adam Jamieson
Jay Lamoureux
3:54.469 +7.890
12   Belarus
Raman Tsishkou
Yauheni Akhramenka
Yauheni Karaliok
Hardzei Tsishchanka
4:00.955 +14.376
13   Ukraine
Volodymyr Dzhus
Vitaliy Hryniv
Roman Gladysh
Maksym Vasyliev
4:04.735 +18.156

First roundEdit

The first round was started on 26 February at 20:48.[4]

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

The winners of heats three and four advanced to the gold medal race. The remaining six teams were ranked on time, from which the top two proceeded to the bronze medal race.

Rank Heat Nation Time Behind Notes
1 1   Great Britain
Ed Clancy
Ethan Hayter
Charlie Tanfield
Oliver Wood
3:51.561
2 1   Germany
Felix Groß
Theo Reinhardt
Leon Rohde
Domenic Weinstein
3:53.577 +2.016
1 2   Australia
Luke Plapp
Alexander Porter
Cameron Scott
Sam Welsford
3:48.625 QB
2 2    Switzerland
Stefan Bissegger
Robin Froidevaux
Claudio Imhof
Lukas Rüegg
3:51.665 +3.040
1 3   New Zealand
Campbell Stewart
Aaron Gate
Regan Gough
Jordan Kerby
3:47.501 QG
2 3   France
Benjamin Thomas
Thomas Denis
Corentin Ermenault
Valentin Tabellion
3:54.124 +6.623
1 4   Denmark
Lasse Norman Hansen
Julius Johansen
Frederik Rodenberg
Rasmus Pedersen
3:46.203 QG, WR
2 4   Italy
Simone Consonni
Filippo Ganna
Francesco Lamon
Jonathan Milan
3:46.513 +0.310 QB
  • QG = qualified for gold medal final
  • QB = qualified for bronze medal final

FinalsEdit

 
Silver medal winners from New Zealand (from left): Campbell Stewart, Aaron Gate, Corbin Strong, Jordan Kerby, and Regan Gough (replaced in final by Strong)

The finals were started at 19:25.[5]

Rank Nation Time Behind Notes
Gold medal race
    Denmark
Lasse Norman Hansen
Julius Johansen
Frederik Rodenberg
Rasmus Pedersen
3:44.672 WR
    New Zealand
Campbell Stewart
Corbin Strong
Aaron Gate
Jordan Kerby
3:49.713 +5.041
Bronze medal race
    Italy
Simone Consonni
Filippo Ganna
Francesco Lamon
Jonathan Milan
3:47.511
4   Australia
Leigh Howard
Luke Plapp
Alexander Porter
Sam Welsford
OVL

ReferencesEdit