2011 Track World Championships

2011 Track World Championships

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2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships

23-27 March 2011, Omnisport, Apeldoorn, Netherlands

Full reports, results and images from the 2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships


Wednesday 23 March Report: Two medals for GB on day one, with a bronze in the Men's Team Pursuit and another bronze in the Men's Team Sprint. The opening day also saw a surprise in the Men's Scratch and a fascinating Women's Points race.

Thursday 24 March Report: Gold for GB in the Women's Team Pursuit is the highlight of day two while Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish bag silver in the Women's Team Sprint. A good day in the office too for GB's male sprinters, with Chris Hoy and Jason Kenny progressing to the Semi Finals.

Friday 25 March Report: An incredible climax to the Men's Sprint, an awesome ride from Sarah Hammer in the Women's Pursuit and a surprising and crowd-pleasing win in the Men's Points were the highlights of day three of competition in Apeldoorn.

Saturday 26 March Report: Bronze for Pendleton in the Women's Sprint, silver for Hoy in the Keirin and a second medal for Dani King in the Scratch race. Full reports and results from the penultimate day of action from Apeldoorn. 

Sunday 27 March Report: A third world title for Meares in the Women's Keirin, a strong finish by GB's Laura Trott in the Women's Omnium, a stellar performance from Stefan Nimke in the Men's 1km TT and a heroic title defence by Australia's Meyer and Howard in the Men's Madison. Full reports, results and images from Day 5.


Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5


IMAGES: For images from all five days at Apeldoorn check out our 2011 Track World Championships Collection on Flickr.

VIDEO: Day 1: Matt Crampton Interview | Chris Hoy Interview | Day 3: Hoy reacts after Bronze in Sprint


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