1990 Speedway World Pairs Championship

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The 1990 Speedway World Pairs Championship was the twenty-first FIM Speedway World Pairs Championship. [1]

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The final took place at the Ellermühle Stadium in Landshut, Germany. The championship Final was dominated by favourites Denmark and the less fancied Australia. Danes Jan O. Pedersen and Hans Nielsen scored 43 points to narrowly beat Australians Todd Wiltshire and Leigh Adams who scored 41. [2] Hungary (Zoltán Adorján and Sándor Tihanyi) finished a distant third on 33 points. Sweden (Jimmy Nilsen and Per Jonsson) also finished on 33 points, though as Hungary scored three heat wins to one for the Swedes they were awarded third place. [3]

Semifinal 1

Pos.TeamRiderPoints
Gold medal icon.svg Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark - 50 Hans Nielsen - (2,4,4,5,5,5)25
Jan O. Pedersen - (4,5,5,3,4,4)25
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of the United States.svg  United States - 44 Ronnie Correy - (5,4,4,3,5,3)24
Kelly Moran - (3,3,3,5,4,2)20
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary - 37 Zoltán Adorján - (5,5,1,5,5,1)22
Sándor Tihanyi - (4,2,3,4,2,0)15
4Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia - 38* Roman Matoušek - (3,5,5,4,4,0)21
Antonín Kasper Jr. - (2,3,2,2,3,5)17
5Flag of Finland.svg  Finland - 31 Olli Tyrväinen - (4,4,0,4,3,4)19
Kai Niemi - (5,2,2,0,2,1)12
6Flag of Norway.svg  Norway - 24 Lars Gunnestad - (3,1,5,1,3,2)15
Arnt Forland - (0,0,4,0,2,3)9
7Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria - 21 Nikolaj Manev - (1,2,0,3,1,5)12
Zdravko Iordanov - (2,0,1,2,0,4)9
8Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands - 18 Ron Koppe - (x/2m,1,3,1,1,3)9
Rene Elzinga - (1,3,2,2,0,1)9
9Flag of France.svg  France - 7 David Ochocki - (1,1,1,1,1,2)7
Patrice Blondy - (0,0,0,0,0,0)0


Semifinal 2

Pos.TeamRiderPoints
Gold medal icon.svg Flag of England.svg  England - 45 Simon Cross - (4,4,4,3,5,4)24
Kelvin Tatum - (5,5,5,5,x,1)21
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden - 40 Per Jonsson - (3,3,4,4,3,3)20
Jimmy Nilsen - (2,2,5,5,4,2)20
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia - 39 Todd Wiltshire - (4,5,4,2,5,5)25
Leigh Adams - (1,4,5,4,e,0)14
4Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand - 41* Mitch Shirra - (3,5,3,3,5,5)24
David Bargh - (5,4,2,x,2,4)17
5Flag of Austria.svg  Austria - 28 Heinrich Schatzer - (3,3,3,2,3,3)17
Toni Pilotto - (2,2,1,1,4,1)11
6Flag of Italy.svg  Italy - 20 Armando Dal Chiele - (2,1,1,2,3,2)11
Armando Castagna - (e,0,3,5,2,0)9
7Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union - 27* Rif Saitgareev - (1,3,0,4,4,5)17
Vladimir Trofimov - (0,2,2,3,e,3)10
8Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia - 14 Gregor Pintar - (0,0,2,1,1,4)8
Martin Peterca - (1,1,0,0,2,2)6
9Flag of Poland.svg  Poland - 9 Piotr Swist - (5,f,-,-,-,-)5
Ryszard Dołomisiewicz - (4,x,-,-,-,-)4


World final

Pos.TeamRiderPoints
Gold medal icon.svg Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark - 43 Jan O. Pedersen - (4,4,2,5,5,4)24
Hans Nielsen - (X,2,5,4,3,5)19
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia (41 pts) Todd Wiltshire - (5,5,3,4,5,3)25
Leigh Adams - (3,1,4,2,4,2)16
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary (33 pts) Zoltán Adorján - (5,5,4,5,1,1)21
Sándor Tihanyi - (3,2,1,3,3,0)12
4Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (33 pts) Jimmy Nilsen - (4,4,1,3,4,2)17
Per Jonsson - (2,2,3,2,5,1)16
5Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand (32 pts) Mitch Shirra - (4,5,4,1,4,5)23
David Bargh - (2,0,5,X,2,0)9
6Flag of the United States.svg  United States (28 pts) Ronnie Correy - (5,0,0,5,2,3)15
Kelly Moran - (1,3,3,1,1,4)13
7Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia (21 pts) Antonín Kasper Jr. - (0,3,2,3,0,3)11
Roman Matoušek - (1,1,0,2,1,5)10
8Flag of England.svg  England (20 pts) Kelvin Tatum - (3,4,5,1,4,3)20
Simon Cross - (X,-,-,-,-,-)0
9Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany (15 pts) Klaus Lausch - (2,3,2,4,2,2)15
Gerd Riss - (F,-,-,-,-,-)0

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