UEC European Track Championships – Men's madison

The Men's madison at the European Track Championships was first competed as a separate event in 1895. It became part of the newly established senior European Track Championships event in 2010 in Poland.

The Madison presently consists of a race distance of 50 km (200 laps), where the pairs can gain points through sprints or by being one lap ahead.

MedalistsEdit

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
1895   Austria
Maxime Lurion
1949   Netherlands
Gerrit Schulte
Gerrit Boeijen
  Belgium
Achiel Bruneel
Camiel Dekuysscher
  Australia
Reginald Arnold
Alfred Strom
1950   Netherlands
Gerrit Schulte
Gerrit Peters
1951   France
Valère Ollivier
Albert Sercu
1952   France
Jean Le Nizerhy
Roger Reynes
1953    Switzerland
Hugo Koblet
Armin von Büren
  France
Emile Carrara
Georges Senfftleben
1954    Switzerland
Hugo Koblet
Armin von Büren
1955   France
Dominique Forlini
Georges Senfftleben
   Switzerland
Walter Bucher
Jean Roth
  Belgium
Joseph De Beuckelaer
Arsene Rijckaert
1956
1957   Australia/  Italy
Reginald Arnold
Ferdinando Terruzzi
  Belgium
Joseph De Beuckelaer
Arsene Rijckaert
  Denmark
Evan Klamer
Kay Werner Nielsen
1958   Belgium
Rik Van Steenbergen
Emile Severeyns
  France
Emile Carrara
Georges Senfftleben
  France
Dominique Forlini
Pierre Brun
1959   Belgium
Rik Van Steenbergen
Emile Severeyns
  Denmark
Palle Lykke
Kay Werner Nielsen
  Netherlands
Peter Post
Gerrit Schulte
1960   Belgium
Rik Van Steenbergen
Emile Severeyns
   Switzerland
Fritz Pfenninger
Jean Roth
  Luxembourg/   Switzerland
Lucien Gillen
Oscar Plattner
1961   Belgium
Rik Van Steenbergen
Emile Severeyns
  Germany
Sigi Renz
Günther Ziegler
  Germany
Rudi Altig
Hans Junkermann
1962/3?   Belgium/  Denmark
Rik Van Steenbergen
Palle Lykke
  Netherlands/  Belgium
Peter Post
Willy Vannitsen
  Australia/  Belgium
Reginald Arnold
Emile Severeyns
1962/3?   Germany/   Switzerland
Klaus Bugdahl
Fritz Pfenninger
  Netherlands/  Belgium
Peter Post
Rik Van Looy
  Belgium
Rik Van Steenbergen
Emile Severeyns
1964   Netherlands/   Switzerland
Peter Post
Fritz Pfenninger
  Germany
Klaus Bugdahl
Sigi Renz
  Luxembourg/   Switzerland
Lucien Gillen
Peter Tiefenthaler
1965   Germany
Rudi Altig
Hans Junkermann
  Belgium
Rik Van Steenbergen
Emile Severeyns
  Germany
Dieter Kemper
Horst Oldenburg
2002
details
  Netherlands
Danny Stam
Robert Slippens
   Switzerland
Bruno Risi
Kurt Betschart
  Slovakia
Martin Liska
Jozef Zabka
2003
details
  Belgium
Andreas Kappes
Andreas Beikirch
  Netherlands
Danny Stam
Robert Slippens
   Switzerland
Bruno Risi
Kurt Betschart
2004 Fiorenzuola
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   Switzerland
Alexander Aeschbach
Franco Marvulli
  Slovakia
Martin Liska
Jozef Zabka
  Denmark
Jens-Erik Madsen
Michael Smith Larsen
2005 Dalmine
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  Belgium
Matthew Gilmore
Iljo Keisse
  Czech Republic
Martin Bláha
Petr Lazar
  Russia
Alexey Shmidt
Konstantin Ponomarev
2006 Ballerup
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   Switzerland
Bruno Risi
Franco Marvulli
  Netherlands
Peter Schep
Danny Stam
  Czech Republic
Alois Kaňkovský
Petr Lazar
2007 Alkmaar
details
  Netherlands
Peter Schep
Jens Mouris
  Russia
Nikolai Trusov
Alexei Markov
  Russia
Ivan Kovalev
Alexey Shmidt
2008 Alkmaar
details
  Belgium
Iljo Keisse
Kenny De Ketele
  Denmark
Michael Mørkøv
Casper Jørgensen
  Russia
Ivan Kovalev
Sergey Kolesnikov
2009 Ghent
details
  Germany
Robert Bartko
Roger Kluge
  Russia
Sergey Kolesnikov
Alexey Shmidt
  Netherlands
Danny Stam
Peter Schep
2010 Pruszków
details
  Czech Republic
Martin Bláha
Jiri Hochmann
  Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Tim Mertens
  Ukraine
Mykhaylo Radionov
Sergiy Lagkuti
2011 Apeldoorn
details
  Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Iljo Keisse
   Switzerland
Claudio Imhof
Cyrille Thiery
  France
Vivien Brisse
Morgan Kneisky
2012 Panevėžys
details
  Czech Republic
Martin Bláha
Jiři Hochmann
  Russia
Artur Ershov
Valery Kaykov
  Italy
Angelo Ciccone
Elia Viviani
2013 Apeldoorn
details
  Italy
Liam Bertazzo
Elia Viviani
  Spain
David Muntaner
Albert Torres
  Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Gijs Van Hoecke
2014 Guadeloupe
details
  Austria
Andreas Graf
Andreas Müller
  Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Otto Vergaerde
  France
Morgan Kneisky
Vivien Brisse
2015 Grenchen
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  Spain
Sebastián Mora
Albert Torres
  Russia
Mikhail Radionov
Andrey Sazanov
  France
Morgan Kneisky
Bryan Coquard
2016 Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
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  Spain
Sebastián Mora
Albert Torres
  France
Morgan Kneisky
Bryan Coquard
  Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Moreno De Pauw
2017 Berlin
details
  France
Florian Maitre
Benjamin Thomas
  Denmark
Niklas Larsen
Casper Pedersen
  Poland
Wojciech Pszczolarski
Daniel Staniszewski
2018 Glasgow
details
  Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Robbe Ghys
  Germany
Roger Kluge
Theo Reinhardt
  United Kingdom
Oliver Wood
Ethan Hayter
2019 Apeldoorn
details
  Denmark
Lasse Norman Hansen
Michael Mørkøv
  Netherlands
Yoeri Havik
Jan-Willem van Schip
  Germany
Maximilian Beyer
Theo Reinhardt
2020 Plovdiv
details
  Spain
Sebastián Mora
Albert Torres
  Portugal
Ivo Oliveira
Rui Oliveira
  Italy
Francesco Lamon
Stefano Moro

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