Cycling at the 2019 European Games – Men's team sprint

The men's cycling team sprint at the 2019 European Games was held at the Minsk Velodrome on 27 June 2019.[1][2]

Men's team sprint
at the 2019 European Games
VenueMinsk Velodrome
Date27 June
Competitors28 from 8 nations
Winning time42.385
Medalists
gold medal    Netherlands
silver medal    France
bronze medal    Great Britain
2023 →

ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

The eight fastest teams advanced to the first round.

Rank Name Nation Time Behind Notes
1 Nils van 't Hoenderdaal
Harrie Lavreysen
Jeffrey Hoogland
  Netherlands 43.111 Q
2 Jack Carlin
Jason Kenny
Ryan Owens
  Great Britain 43.517 +0.406 Q
3 Grégory Baugé
Quentin Caleyron
Quentin Lafargue
  France 43.744 +0.633 Q
4 Pavel Kelemen
Martin Čechman
Tomáš Bábek
  Czech Republic 43.843 +0.732 Q
5 Shane Perkins
Denis Dmitriev
Pavel Yakushevskiy
  Russia 43.944 +0.833 Q
6 Aliaksandr Hlova
Artsiom Zaitsau
Uladzislau Novik
  Belarus 44.060 +0.949 Q
7 Maciej Bielecki
Krzysztof Maksel
Mateusz Rudyk
  Poland 44.092 +0.981 Q
8 Alejandro Martínez
Juan Peralta
José Moreno Sánchez
  Spain 45.388 +2.277 Q
9 Vladyslav Denysenko
Tadei-Ivan Chebanets
Dmytro Stovbetskyi
  Ukraine 45.829 +2.718
10 Davide Boscaro
Francesco Ceci
Stefano Moro
  Italy 47.341 +4.230

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.

Rank Overall
rank
Name Nation Time Behind Notes
1 vs 8
1 1 Roy van den Berg
Harrie Lavreysen
Jeffrey Hoogland
  Netherlands 42.342 QG
2 8 Alejandro Martínez
Juan Peralta
José Moreno Sánchez
  Spain 44.896 +2.554
2 vs 7
1 3 Jack Carlin
Joseph Truman
Ryan Owens
  Great Britain 43.456 QB
2 7 Maciej Bielecki
Krzysztof Maksel
Mateusz Rudyk
  Poland 43.794 +0.338
3 vs 6
1 2 Grégory Baugé
Rayan Helal
Quentin Lafargue
  France 43.445 QG
2 6 Aliaksandr Hlova
Artsiom Zaitsau
Uladzislau Novik
  Belarus 43.745 +0.300
4 vs 5
1 4 Pavel Kelemen
Martin Čechman
Tomáš Bábek
  Czech Republic 43.581 QB
2 5 Alexander Sharapov
Denis Dmitriev
Pavel Yakushevskiy
  Russia 43.634 +0.053

FinalsEdit

Rank Name Nation Time Behind Notes
Gold medal final
  Roy van den Berg
Harrie Lavreysen
Jeffrey Hoogland
  Netherlands 42.385
  Grégory Baugé
Rayan Helal
Quentin Caleyron
  France 43.787 +1.402
Bronze medal final
  Jack Carlin
Jason Kenny
Ryan Owens
  Great Britain 43.020
4 Pavel Kelemen
Martin Čechman
Tomáš Bábek
  Czech Republic 43.755 +0.735

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cycling - Track – Schedule and Results". MEGOC. Retrieved 27 June 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Men's Team Sprint – Qualifying – Start List" (PDF). MEGOC. 26 June 2019. Retrieved 27 June 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)