European Championships Day 5: Britain's Barker and Dickinson take Madison gold

France's Maitre and Thomas squeak past Denmark for men's Madison title

The final four titles of the 2017 UEC Track European Championships were decided on Sunday, with Germany grabbing gold in the women's sprint and men's keirin, while Great Britain took the women's Madison crown and France grabbed the Madison title for the men.

Elinor Barker and Eleanor Dickinson claimed the women's Madison gold by eight points over runners-up Lydia Boylan and Lydia Gurley of Ireland, while Netherland's Amy Pieters and Kirsten Wild were 12 points down for bronze. The men's Madison was considerably closer, with France's Florian Maitre and Benjamin Thomas slipping past Denmark's Niklas Larsen and Casper Pedersen by a single point. Poland's Wojciech Pszczolarski and Daniel Staniszewski took bronze, three points back.

Germany seized gold in the final two events of the championships, with Maximillian Levy winning the Keirin ahead of Shane Perkins (Russia) and Andrii Vynokurov (Ukraine), and the women's sprint title going to Kristina Vogel over Mathilde Gros (France) and Daria Shmeleva (Russia).

The final wins lifted Germany to the top of the medals table with a total of 12, including five gold, four silver and three bronze. France was second best, notching five gold, one silver and two bronze for a total of eight. Great Britain scored only four medals, but three of them were gold and one silver. Netherlands, Denmark and Italy all had two golds, with Russia, Poland, Belgium and Spain each earning one gold.

Day 5 Results

Women's Madison
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Great Britain58 pts
 Elinor Barker  
 Eleanor Dickinson  
2Ireland50 pts
 Lydia Boylan  
 Lydia Gurley  
3Netherlands46 pts
 Amy Pieters  
 Kirsten Wild  
4Denmark43 pts
 Amalie Dideriksen  
 Trine Schmidt  
5Italy42 pts
 Maria Giuli Confalonieri  
 Letizia Paternoster  
6Ukraine12 pts
 Anna Nahirna  
 Ganna Solovei  
7France7 pts
 Laurie Berthon  
 Coralie Demay  
8Poland 0 
 Daria Pikulik  
 Ikol Plosaj  
9Germany-20 
 Romy Kasper  
 Lisa Kullmer  
10Switzerland-20 
 Aline Seitz  
 Andrea Waldis  
11Czech Republic-40 
 Lucie Hochmann  
 Ema Kankovska  
12Belarus-40 
 Polina Pivovarova  
 Ina Savenka  
 Belgium0 
 Gilke Croket  
 Saartje Vandenbroucke  
 Russia0 
 Mariia Averina  
 Galina Streltsova  
Men's Madison
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1France43 pts
 Florian Maitre  
 Benjamin Thomas  
2Denmark42 pts
 Niklas Larsen  
 Casper Pedersen  
3Poland40 pts
 Wojciech Pszczolarski  
 Daniel Staniszewski  
4Switzerland39 pts
 Claudio Imhof  
 Tristan Marguet  
5Spain29 pts
 Sebastian Mora Vedri  
 Alberto Torres Barcelo  
6Belgium28 pts
 Kenny De Ketele  
 Moreno De Pauw  
7Ireland18 pts
 Mark Downey  
 Felix English  
8Austria9 pts
 Andreas Graf  
 Andreas Muller  
9Germany9 pts
 Theo Reinhardt  
 Kersten Thiele  
10Netherlands8 pts
 Yoeri Havik  
 Roy Pieters  
11Portugal7 pts
 Joao Matias  
 Ivo Oliveira  
12Italy5 pts
 Simone Consonni  
 Francesco Lamon  
13Christopher Latham3 pts
 Oliver Wood  
14Czech Republic-40 pts
 Jiri Hochmann  
 Jan Kraus  
 Belarus0 
 Yauheni Akhramenka  
 Mikhail Shemetau  
 Greece0 
 Christos Volikakis  
 Zafeirios Volikakis  
 Russia0 
 Viktor Manakov  
 Maksim Piskunov  
 Ukraine0 
 Roman Gladysh  
 Taras Shevchuk  
Men's Keirin Final Classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Maximilian Levy (Germany)  
2Shane Alan Perkins (Russian Federation)  
3Andrii Vynokurov (Ukraine)  
4Tomas Babek (Czech Republic)  
5Denis Dmitriev (Russian Federation)  
6Sebastien Vigier (France)  
7Harrie Lavreysen (Netherlands)  
8Joachim Eilers (Germany)  
9Matthijs Buchli (Netherlands)  
10Pavel Kelemen (Czech Republic)  
11Jack Carlin (Great Britain)  
12Vasilijus Lendel (Lithuania)  
13Svajunas Jonauskas (Lithuania)  
13Krzysztof Maksel (Poland)  
13Luca Ceci (Italy)  
13Uladzislau Novik (Belarus)  
13Jose Moreno Sanchez (Spain)  
13Sergii Omelchenko (Azerbaijan)  
13Mateusz Lipa (Poland)  
13Juan Peralta Gascon (Spain)  
13David Askurava (Georgia)  
13Sotirios Bretas (Greece)  
13Volodymyr Buchynyskyy (Ukraine)  
13Quentin Lafargue (France)  
13Artsiom Zaitsau (Belarus)  
13Sandor Szalontay (Hungary)  
13Ayrton De Pauw (Belgium)  
13Joseph Truman (Great Britain)  
13Francesco Ceci (Italy)  
13Eoin Mullen (Ireland)  
13Norbert Szabo (Romania)  
Women's Sprint Final Classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Kristina Vogel (Germany)  
2Mathilde Gros (France)  
3Daria Shmeleva (Russian Federation)  
4Pauline Sophie Grabosch (Germany)  
5Anastasiia Voinova (Russian Federation)  
6Migle Marozaite (Lithuania)  
7Olena Starikova (Ukraine)  
8Simona Krupeckaite (Lithuania)  
9Hetty Van De Wouw (Netherlands)  
10Laurine Van Riessen (Netherlands)  
11Tania Calvo Barbero (Spain)  
12Liubov Basova (Ukraine)  
13Sara Kankovska (Czech Republic)  
14Julita Jagodzinska (Poland)  
15Nicky Degrendele (Belgium)  
16Helena Casas Roige (Spain)  
17Sophie Capewell (Great Britain)  
18Sandie Clair (France)  
19Robyn Stewart (Ireland)  
20Marlena Karwacka (Poland)  
Final Medals Standing
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Germany12 pts
2France8 
3Great Britain4 
4Netherlands8 
5Denmark5 
6Italy6 
7Russia10 
8Poland4 
9Belgium1 
9Spain1 
11Ukraine4 
12Portugal2 
13Hungary1 
13Lithuania1 
13Ireland1 
16Belarus1 

 

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