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UCI Track Cycling World Championships
2016 - London, United Kingdom


UCI Track Cycling World Championships 2016 - London

The UCI Track Cycling World Championships 2016 takes place from the 2nd to 6th March 2016 at the London Olympic Velodrome in London, United Kingdom.

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Men's Madison: Great Britain (Mark Cavendish, Sir Bradley Wiggins)

It was the fairytale ending to the 2016 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in London as the golden couple, Mark Cavendish and Sir Bradley Wiggins took an impressive victory in the Men's Madison to repeat the 2008 result from the Manchester Worlds.

Defending World Champions Morgan Kneisky and Benjamin Thomas of France took the Silver medal ahead of 2014 World Champions Spain featuring Albert Torres and Sebastian Mora Vedri.

Finals Results

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Women's Omnium: Laura Trott (Great Britain)

Laura Trott of Great Britain produced another dominant performance to comfortably win the Women's Omnium with a final points tally of 201 compared to silver medallist Laurie Berthon of France who had 183.

Sarah Hammer of the USA took the Bronze medal on 182 points with Canadian Allison Beveridge fourth on 159 points and Australian Annette Edmondson fifth on 158 points.

Finals Results

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Men's Points Race: Jonathan Dibben (Great Britain)

Jonathan Dibben of Great Britain won the Men's Points Race as he finished on level on forty-eight points with Andreas Graf of Austria, however took the victory due to his higher placed finish in the final sprint. Kenny de Ketele of Belgium won the Bronze medal on 43 points.

Benjamin Thomas of France was fourth on 41 points with Eiya Hashimoto of Japan fifth on 31 points.

Overall Classification

Men's Keirin: Joachim Eilers (Germany)

Joachim Eilers of Germany took his second World Title of the 2016 UCI Track Cycling World Championships with a fine victory in the Men's Keirin, beating Edward Dawkins of New Zealand and Azizulhasni Awang of Malaysia.

German Max Levy was fourth with Japanese rider Yuta Wakimoto fifth and Jason Kenny of Great Britain sixth.

Finals Results

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Men's Omnium: Fernando Gaviria Rendon (Colombia)

Fernando Gaviria Rendon of Colombia took a thrilling victory in the Men's Omnium after the top three riders finished level of 191 points. The Colombian beat German rider Roger Kluge and Glenn O'Shea of Australia due to his higher placed finish in the final Points Race event.

Elia Viviani of Italy was fourth on 189 points with Olympic Champion Lasse Norman Hansen of Denmark fifth on 181 points.

Finals Results

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Women's 500m Time Trial: Anastasiia Voinova (Russia)

Anastasiia Voinova of Russia defended her World Title with a dominant performance as she recorded a time of 32.959s to easily beat Silver medallist Wai Sze Lee of Hong Kong who recorded a time of 33.736s.

Elis Ligtlee of the Netherlands took the Bronze medal in a time of 33.760s with Daria Shmeleva of Russia fourth on 33.886s and Great Britain's Katy Marchant fifth on 34.032s.

Finals Results

Men's Sprint: Jason Kenny (Great Britain)

After losing the first heat of the final Great Britain's Jason Kenny won the next two heats to beat Matthew Glaetzer of Australia and win the Men's Sprint. In echos of Chris Hoy versus Theo Bos at the 2008 Manchester Worlds, Kenny delighted the home crowd in London to come from behind and send a warning to his rivals ahead of Rio 2016.

Bronze went to Denis Dmitriev of Russia who beat Damian Zielinski of Poland.

Final Results

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Women's Sprint: Tianshi Zhong (China)

It was an all Chinese final in the Women's Sprint as Tianshi Zhong beat Lin Junhong to win the World Title on the final day of the 2016 UCI Track Cycling World Championships.

Defending World Champion Kristina Vogel of Germany beat Anna Meares of Australia to claim the Bronze medal in what many people tip to be the Olympic final later this year.

Final Results

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Women's Points Race: Katarzyna Pawlowska (Poland)

Katarzyna Pawlowska of Poland won the World Points Race title after yet another dominant performance to again demonstrate why she is without question the best female Points race rider over the last five years. Jasmin Glaesser of Canada took silver with Arlenis Sierra Canadilla of Cuba taking the Bronze.

Georgia Baker of Australia was fourth with Great Britain's Emily Nelson fifth.

Finals Results

Women's Keirin: Kristina Vogel (Germany)

Kristina Vogel of Germany demonstrated why she is a strong favourite for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games as she took a narrow victory over defending champion Anna Meares of Australia. 2013 World Champion Becky James returned to form with a strong Bronze medal winning performance.

Shuang Guo of China took fourth ahead of Liubov Basova and Hyejin Lee of Korea.

Final Results

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Women's Scratch Race: Laura Trott (Great Britain)

Great Britain's Laura Trott finally gave her home crowd something to cheer about as she beat reigning World Champion Kirsten Wild of the Netherlands to win the Women's Scratch Race on Day Two of the 2016 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in London, England.

Stephanie Roorda of Canada took the Bronze medal with Jolien D'Hoore of Belgium fourth and Jarmila Machacova of the Czech Republic fifth.

Finals Results

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Women's Team Pursuit: United States
(Sarah Hammer, Kelly Caitlin, Chloe Dygert, Jennifer Valente)

The United States produced an impressive time of 4m 16.802s to easily win the Women's Team Pursuit as Sarah Hammer, Kelly Caitlin, Chloe Dygert and Jennifer Valente positioned themselves as favourites for Rio 2016 Olympic Gold. Canada won the silver medal with a time of 4m 19.525s.

After a poor qualification performance Great Britain found themselves in the Bronze medal ride-off against New Zealand. The British quartet recorded a time of 4m 16.540s to easily take the medal as New Zealand could only manage 4m 20.225s.

Qualification Results
Round One Results
Finals Results

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Men's Kilometre Time Trial: Joachim Eilers (Germany)

German Joachim Eilers took a well deserved World Title in the Men's Kilometre Time Trial as he recorded an impressive time of 1m 00.042s to beat legend Theo Bos of the Netherlands who clocked 1m 00.461s, 0.704s faster than his 2005 Gold medal winning ride of 1m 01.165s in Los Angeles.

French rider Quentin Lafargue won the Bronze medal in a time of 1m 01.581s with Poland's Krzystof Maksel fourth on 1m 01.597s and Matthew Crampton of Great Britain fifth on 1m 01.669s

Finals Results

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Men's Scratch Race: Sebastian Mora Vedri (Spain)

Sebastian Mora Vedri of Spain won a thrilling Men's Scratch Race to become World Champion at the London Olympic Velodrome. The Spanish rider beat Mexican Ignacio Prado and Claudio Imhof of Switzerland.

Raman Ramanau of Belarus was fourth with King Lok Cheung of Hong Kong fifth.

Finals Results

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Men's Individual Pursuit: Filippo Ganna (Italy)

Filippo Ganna of Italy was the surprise winner of the Men's 4km Individual Pursuit as he recorded a time of 4m 16.141s to take the Gold Medal ahead of German Domenic Weinstein who clocked 4m 18.275s.

The Bronze medal went to Andrew Tennant of Great Britain after he beat his British team mate Owain Doull.

Qualification Results
Finals Results

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Women's Individual Pursuit: Rebecca Wiasak (Australia)

Rebecca Wiasak of Australia won the Women's 3km Individual Pursuit in a time of 3m 34.099s. The Australian yet again showed why her country are at the forefront of pursuiting as she defended her 2015 title. Silver medallist Malgorzata Wojtyra of Poland could only manage a time of 3m 41.904s.

Annie Foreman-Mackey of Canada won the Bronze medal in a time of 3m 36.055s with Ruth Winder of the USA fourth on 3m 39.902s.

Qualification Results
Finals Results

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Men's Team Sprint: New Zealand
(Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster, Edward Dawkins)

New Zealand won their second World title in the Men's Team Sprint courtesy of Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster and Edward Dawkins. The impressive Kiwi trio recorded a time of 43.257s to beat the Netherlands team of Nils Van 'T Hoenderdaal, Jeffrey Hoogland and Matthijs Buchli who clocked 43.469s.

Germany took the Bronze medal with a time of 43.536s thanks to Rene Enders, Max Niederlag and Joachim Eilers beating the French team of Gregory Bauge, Kevin Sireau and Michael D'Almeida who clocked 43.577s.

Qualification Results
Finals Results

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Women's Team Sprint: Russia (Daria Shmeleva, Anastasiia Voinova)

Russia won the Women's Team Sprint in a time of 32.679s courtesy of Daria Shmeleva and Anastasiia Voinova, they beat the Chinese duo of Jinjie Gong and Tianshi Zhong who were yet again relegated from the Gold medal position in echos of the London 2012 Olympic final where on that occasion they lost out to Germany.

2012 Olympic Champions Kristina Vogel and Miriam Welte took the Bronze medal in a time of 32.740s, narrowly beating Australia's Anna Meares and Stephanie Morton who clocked 32.871s.

In other news, multiple World Champions Great Britain finished a disappointing fifth which now means they miss out on the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Qualification Results
Finals Results

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Men's Team Pursuit: Australia
(Sam Welsford, Michael Hepburn, Callum Scotson, Miles Scotson)

A thrilling final to the Men's 4km Team Pursuit saw the Australian quartet of Sam Welsford, Michael Hepburn, Callum Scotson and Miles Scotson record a time of 3m 52.727s to comfortably beat the Great Britain team to the huge disappointment of the London crowd.

Jonathan Dibben, Ed Clancy, Owain Doull and Sir Bradley Wiggins recorded a time of 3m 53.856s in a final in which they struggled to keep pace with the Australians.

Denmark beat Italy to take the final step on the podium.

Qualification Results
Round One Results
Finals Results

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