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UCI Track Cycling World Championships
2015 - Saint-Quentin-En-Yvelines, France


UCI Track Cycling World Championships 2015

The 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships takes place in Saint-Quentin-En-Yvelines near Paris in France at the new Centre National Du Cyclisme Velodrome between the 18th and 22nd February 2015.

Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, a new town created 40 years ago, has been labelled a Centre of Art and History: unbelievable! This may seem astonishing, but this prestigious title is a deserved one, awarded to the urban community in 2006. Why not make the most of your stay to see for yourself what makes Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines stand out?

With around 150,000 inhabitants, this attractive area on Paris’ doorstep constitutes a real hub of economic, cultural and leisure activities just to the west of the capital. This dynamism, born of the balanced development of housing, jobs and open spaces, takes its root in recent history.

In just 40 years, fields and farms have made way for a balanced, well-developed community, served by reliable transport links, and its population is provided with many facilities and services. With its 7 towns ,(Élancourt, La Verrière, Guyancourt, Magny-les-Hameaux, Montigny-le-Bretonneux, Trappes-en-Yvelines et Voisins-le-Bretonneux), Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines stands today as western Paris’ second financial hub, just behind La Défense.

Rich historical heritage (the Commandery of Templars, Port-Royal Abbey…) and contemporary architecture cohabit well in the local landscape. Thus, in 2006, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines became the first town in the second half of the 20th to be labelled as a Centre of Art and History.

Local heritage here is also found in nature. More than 60% of the landscape is made up of bodies of water and open spaces. It is therefore not surprising that Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines is so dynamic in its sporting activities. Its open spaces allow the practice of several outdoor activities.

The area hosts some of the most prestigious events of the sporting calendar: the Alstom French Open, the Ryder Cup (in 2018), Paris-Brest-Paris (the world’s greatest cycling tour, taking place every four years), and offers excellent facilities such as the National Velodrome which will host its first World track cycling Championships in February.

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Men's Sprint: Gregory Bauge (France)

22nd February 2015: Gregory Bauge announced his re-arrival on to the World as he dominated the Men's Sprint in his old style, beating Denis Dmitriev of Russia to take a very popular victory in Paris.

France claimed another medal courtesy of Quentin Lafargue who beat Jeffrey Hoogland of the Netherlands to win the Bronze.

200m TT Qualification Results
1/16th Finals Results
1/8th Finals Results
1/8 Finals Repechages Results
Quarter Finals Results
Race for 5th-8th Places
Semi Finals Results
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Women's Keirin: Anna Meares (Australia)

22nd February 2015: Anna Meares of Australia claimed her eleventh World title to become the most successful Women's Sprint Track Cyclist of all time. Meares beat Shanne Braspennincx of the Netherlands to win the Women's Keirin.

Bronze went to a resurgent Lisandra Guerra of Cuba with Monique Sullivan of Canada an impressive fourth, China's Junhong Lin fifth and Stephanie Morton of Australia sixth.

First Round Results
First Round Repechage Results
Second Round Results
Finals Results

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Men's Madison: France
(Bryan Coquard, Morgan Kneisky)

22nd February 2015: France yet again struck Gold in Saint-Quentin-En-Yvelines as Bryan Coquard and Morgan Kneisky won the Madison. The young duo, both previously individual World Champions in the Omnium and Scratch Race respectively, beat Italians Liam Bertazzo and Elia Viviani to popular acclaim.

Belgium Six Day Legend Jasper de Buyst and Otto Vergaerde claimed the Bronze medal thanks to their higher position in the final sprint, to deny defending World Champions David Muntaner and Albert Torres of Spain a place on the podium.

Finals Results

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Women's Omnium: Annette Edmondson (Australia)

22nd February 2015: Annette Edmondson of Australia dominated the Women's Omnium in Paris to claim an easy victory, a massive sixteen points ahead of Silver medallist, the Olympic Champion Laura Trott of Great Britain.

Kirsten Wild of the Netherlands narrowly missed out on Silver, one point behind Trott in the Bronze medal position with Jolien D'Hoore of Belgium fourth and Marlies Mejias Garcia of Cuba fifth.

Scratch Race Results
Individual Pursuit Results
Elimination Race Results
500m Time Trial Results
Flying Lap Results
Points Race Results
Overall Classification

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Men's Individual Pursuit: Stefan Kueng (Switzerland)

21st February 2015: Stefan Kueng of Switzerland was the surprise winner of the Men's 4km Individual Pursuit on Day Four of the 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships as he kept his nerve to beat a fast starting Jack Bobridge of Australia. Kueng recorded a time of 4m 18.915s to take his first World title and beat a shocked Bobridge who built up a large lead before fading to finish in 4m 19.184s.

Julien Morice of France won an impressive Bronze Medal on 4m 21.419s to beat Alexander Serov of Russia.

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Women's Scratch: Kirsten Wild (Netherlands)

21st February 2015: Kirsten Wild of the Netherlands won the Women's 10km Scratch Race, beating Tasmania's Amy Cure and Allison Beveridge of Canada.

Lizbeth Yaraly Salazar Vazquez of Mexico was fourth with Alzbeta Pavlendova of Slovakia recording an impressive fifth place.

Finals Results

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Women's Sprint: Kristina Vogel (Germany)

21st February 2015: Kristina Vogel of Germany defended her World Sprint title in fine style, beating the incredibly talented young Dutch rider Elis Ligtlee in the final. Vogel has dominated the Women's Sprint in recent years and must now be considered a strong favourite for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

World Team Sprint Champion Tianshi Zhong of China claimed the Bronze medal, beating Commonwealth Games Champion Stephanie Morton of Australia.

200m TT Qualification Results
1/16th Finals Results
1/8th Finals Results
1/8 Finals Repechages Results
Quarter Finals Results
Race for 5th-8th Places
Semi Finals Results
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Men's Omnium: Fernando Aviria Rendon (Colombia)

21st February 2015: Fernando Aviria Rendon of Colombia took a dominant victory in the Men's Omnium, finishing on a huge total of 205 points to win the World Championship title and Rainbow Jersey. Fifteen points behind in the silver medallist position was Glenn O'Shea of Australia.

Elia Viviani of Italy won the Bronze medal on 181 points, with Jasper De Buyst of Belgium fourth on 178 points and former World Champion Aaron Gate of New Zealand fifth.

Scratch Race Results
Individual Pursuit Results
Elimination Race Results
1km Time Trial Results
Flying Lap Results
Points Race Results
Overall Classification

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Women's Individual Pursuit: Rebecca Wiasak (Australia)

20th February 2015: Rebecca Wiasak of Australia recorded a time of 3m 30.305s to win the Women's 3km Individual Pursuit on Day Three of the 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Paris, France. Wiasak beat Jennifer Valente of the United States in the final, as the young Australian beat the young American by 3.562s.

Another Australian, Amy Cure, beat defending World Champion Joanna Rowsell of Great Britain as she clocked 3m 32.907s to win the Bronze medal, Rowsell could only manage 3m 36.330s.

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Finals Results

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Men's Kilometre Time Trial: Francois Pervis (France)

20th February 2015: Francois Pervis of France dominated the Men's Kilometre Time Trial to defend his World title in fine style. Pervis recorded a time of 1m 00.207s to delight his home crowd in Paris and beat German rider Joachim Eilers who won the Silver medal on 1m 00.294s.

Bronze went to the talented young Matthew Archibald from New Zealand who recorded a time of 1m 00.470s, with Quentin Lafargue of France fourth on 1m 00.648s and Fabian Hernando Puerta Zapata of Colombia fifth on 1m 00.907s.

Finals Results

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Men's Points Race: Artur Ershov (Russia)

20th February 2015: Artur Ershov of Russia won an incredibly exciting Men's Points Race, claiming the Gold medal by a single point from Points Race legend Eloy Teruel of Spain. Ershov finished on 31 points, with Teruel on 30 points. Maximilian Beyer of Germany secured the Bronze medal thanks to his higher placed finish in the final sprint, despite finishing on 29 points with fourth placed Regan Gough of New Zealand.

Finals Results

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Women's 500m Time Trial: Anastasia Voynova (Russia)

19th February 2015: Anastasia Voynova of Russia produced a fantastic performance in the Women's 500m Time Trial to record a time of 33.149s and claim the Gold Medal. Australian Anna Meares clocked 33.425s to win the Silver medal, with defending World Champion Miriam Welte forced to settle for Bronze on 33.699s.

The talented young Dutch rider Elis Ligtlee was fourth on 33.775s with 2013 World Champion Wai Sze Lee of Hong Kong fifth on 33.788s.

Final Results

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Men's Scratch Race: Lucas Liss (Germany)

19th February 2015: Lucas Liss of Germany claimed a thrilling victory in the Men's 15km Scratch Race, beating 2014 Madison World Champion Albert Torres of Spain and Bobby Lea of the United States.

Roman Gladysh of the Ukraine took fourth ahead of King Lok Cheung of Hong Kong.

Final Results

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Men's Keirin: Francois Pervis (France)

19th February 2015: Francois Pervis delighted the home crowd in Saint-Quentin-En-Yvelines as he defended his Keirin title in fine style by claiming the Gold medal on Day Two of the 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in France.

Pervis beat New Zealand's Edward Dawkins and Azizulhasni Awang of Malaysia to take a well deserved Gold medal, with former World Champion Maximilian Levy of Germany fourth, Nikita Shurshin of Russia fifth and New Zealander Sam Webster sixth.

Round One Results
Round One Repechage Results
Round Two Results
Finals Results

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Men's Team Pursuit: New Zealand
(Alex Frame, Dylan Kennett, Regan Gough, Pieter Bulling)

19th February 2015: New Zealand recorded a time of 3m 54.088s to claim the Gold Medal in the Men's Team Pursuit on Day Two of the 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Paris, France. Alex Frame, Dylan Kennett, Regan Gough and Pieter Bulling beat the British quartet of Andrew Tennant, Owain Doull, Steven Burke and Ed Clancy by 0.599s to round off two dominant days of competition.

Australia were able to salvage a Bronze medal after their disappointing qualification as Miles Scotson, Alex Edmondson, Luke Davison and Jack Bobridge caught the Germany team in the final kilometre.

Round One Results
Finals Results

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Women's Team Pursuit: Australia
(Melissa Hoskins, Amy Cure, Ashlee Ankudinoff, Annette Edmondson)

19th February 2015: Australia hammered the British in the Women's Team Pursuit to end a long period of domination by the Olympic Champions. Melissa Hoskins, Amy Cure, Ashlee Ankudinoff and Annette Edmondson also smashed the World Record by a massive 2.869s as they recorded a time of 4m 13.683s to win Gold.

The experience of Joanna Rowsell, Elinor Barker, Laura Trott and Katie Archibald could only manage a time of 4m 16.702s in a result that shocked many people here in Saint-Quentin-En-Yvelines.

Canada's Stephanie Roorda, Kirsti Lay, Jasmin Glaesser and Allison Beveridge claimed the Bronze medal in 4m 17.864s beating New Zealand.

Round One Results
Finals Results

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Women's Points Race: Stephanie Pohl (Germany)

18th February 2015: Stephanie Pohl of Germany produced a dominant performance in the Women's Points Race to become the 2015 World Champion. Pohl amassed thrity-eight points on her way to Gold, ten more than Japanese ride Minami Uwano who took the silver medal. Kimberly Geist of the United States claimed the final step on the podium after a fine performance, with French rider Elise Delzenne fourth and Giorgia Bronzini of Italy fifth.

Finals Results

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Women's Team Pursuit: Qualification
Australia Fastest

18th February 2015: Annette Edmondson, Ashlee Ankudinoff, Amy Cure and Melissa Hoskins recorded a time of 4m 18.135s to ensure Australia qualified fastest in the Women's Team Pursuit. Great Britain clocked 4m 18.207s as second quickest on Day One, with Canada third on 4m 20.699s and New Zealand fourth with 4m 25.406s as the competition moves into the First Round and Finals on Day Two of the World Championships.

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Men's Team Pursuit: Qualification
New Zealand Fastest

18th February 2015: Pieter Bulling, Dylan Kennett, Alex Frame and Marc Ryan recorded a time of 3m 56.421s to ensure New Zealand qualified fastest in the Men's Team Pursuit. Great Britain clocked 3m 57.716s as second quickest on Day One, with Germany third on 3m 58.861s and Switzerland fourth on 3m 58.887s. World Champions Australia are fifth on 3m 58.900s after crashing in their opening attempt. They still have a chance to make amends as the competition moves into Round One and the Finals on Day Two of the World Championships.

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Men's Team Sprint: France
(Gregory Bauge, Kevin Sireau, Michael D'Almeida)

18th February 2015: Gregory Bauge, Kevin Sireau and Michael D'Almeida delighted their home crowd in Paris as they claimed Gold on Day One of the 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships, beating New Zealand in the Men's Team Sprint. The French trio recorded a time of 43.136s to narrowly lose out to Edward Dawkins, Sam Webster and Ethan Mitchell, however an illegal change by the defending World Champions caused them to be relegated and the Gold medal being awarded to the French.

In the Bronze Medal ride off, Robert Forstmann, Rene Enders and Joachim Eilers recorded a time of 43.339s to beat Russia's Nikita Shurshin, Denis Dmitriev and Pavel Yakushevskiy.

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Finals Results

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Women's Team Sprint: China
(Tianshi Zhong, Jinjie Gong)

18th February 2015: China's Tianshi Zhong and Jinjie Gong recorded a new World Record of 32.034s on their way to winning their first Gold Medal in the Women's Team Sprint. The duo beat Anastasia Voynova and Daria Shmeleva of Russia in the final who could only manage a time of 32.438s.

Australia's Kaarle McCulloch and Anna Meares recorded a time of 32.723s to beat Olympic Champions Kristina Vogel and Miriam Welte of Germany in the Bronze medal ride off.

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19th February 2015


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20th February 2015


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21st February 2015


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