2005–06 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics

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The 2005–2006 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics is a multi race tournament over a season of track cycling. The season ran from November 4, 2005 to May 16, 2006. The World Cup is organised by the UCI.

Track cycling type of sport

Track cycling is a bicycle racing sport usually held on specially built banked tracks or velodromes using track bicycles.

The Union Cycliste Internationale is the world governing body for sports cycling and oversees international competitive cycling events. The UCI is based in Aigle, Switzerland.

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Results

Men

Event Winner Second Third
Flag of Russia.svg Russia, Moscow — November 4–6, 2005
Keirin Flag of Ukraine.svg  Andriy Vynokurov  (UKR)Flag of Poland.svg  Lukasz Kwiatkowski  (POL)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Adam Ptacnik  (CZE)
1 km time trial Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jason Queally  (GBR)Flag of Germany.svg  Carsten Bergmann  (GER)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Alois Kaňkovský  (CZE)
Scratch Flag of Russia.svg  Ivan Kovalev  (RUS)Flag of Germany.svg  Andreas Müller  (GER)Flag of France.svg  Jérôme Neuville  (FRA)
Individual pursuit Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jens Mouris  (NED)Flag of Australia.svg  Mark Jamieson  (AUS)Flag of Russia.svg  Alexander Serov  (RUS)
Team pursuit Flag of Australia.svg Australia
Peter Dawson
Matthew Harley Goss
Ashley Hutchinson
Mark Jamieson
Flag of Russia.svg Russia
Serguei Klimov
Anton Mindlin
Alexander Serov
Nikolai Trussov
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
Andriy Kutalo
Roman Kononenko
Vitaliy Popkov
Volodymyr Zagorodniy
Sprint Flag of Germany.svg  Stefan Nimke  (GER)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Craig Maclean  (GBR)Flag of Japan.svg  Takashi Kaneko  (JPN)
Points race Flag of Argentina.svg  Sebastian Cancio  (ARG)Flag of the United States.svg  Colby Pearce  (USA)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Petr Lazar  (CZE)
Team sprint Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Carsten Bergmann
Matthias John
Stefan Nimke
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Chris Hoy
Craig MacLean
Jason Queally
Flag of Spain.svg Spain
José Antonio Escuredo
Salvador Melia Mangriñan
José Antonio Villanueva
Madison Flag of Russia.svg Russia
Mikhail Ignatiev
Nikolai Trussov
Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Guido Fulst
Leif Lampater
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Kenny De Ketele
Steve Schets
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain, Manchester — December 9–11, 2005
Keirin Flag of Germany.svg  Maximilian Levy  (GER)Flag of Spain.svg  José Antonio Escuredo  (ESP)Flag of Malaysia.svg  Josiah Ng Onn Lam  (MYS)
1 km time trial Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Hoy  (GBR)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jason Queally  (GBR)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Tim Veldt  (NED)
Scratch Flag of Poland.svg  Rafat Ratajczyk  (POL)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Matthew Gilmore  (BEL)Flag of Greece.svg  Ioannis Tamouridis  (GRE)
Individual pursuit Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Paul Manning  (GBR)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Volodymyr Dyudya  (UKR)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Levi Heimans  (NED)
Team pursuit Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand
Jason Allen
Hayden Godfrey
Timothy Gudsell
Marc Ryan
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Mark Cavendish
Rob Hayles
Paul Manning
Chris Newton
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
Levi Heimans
Jens Mouris
Wim Stroetinga
Niki Terpstra
Sprint Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Theo Bos  (NED)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Teun Mulder  (NED)Flag of France.svg  Mickaël Bourgain  (FRA)
Points race Flag of Germany.svg  Guido Fulst  (GER)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Schep  (NED)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Martin Bláha  (CZE)
Team sprint Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Ross Edgar
Chris Hoy
Craig Maclean
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
Theo Bos
Teun Mulder
Tim Veldt
Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Maximilian Levy
Benjamin Wittmann
Robert Förstemann
Madison Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Guido Fulst
Leif Lampater
Flag of Russia.svg Russia
Mikhail Ignatiev
Nikolai Trussov
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Mark Cavendish
Rob Hayles
Flag of the United States.svg United States, Carson — January 20–22, 2006
Keirin Flag of Australia.svg  Shane John Kelly  (AUS)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Teun Mulder  (NED)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jamie Staff  (GBR)
1 km time trial Flag of Australia.svg  Ben Kersten  (AUS)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Tim Veldt  (NED)Flag of France.svg  François Pervis  (FRA)
Scratch Flag of Argentina.svg  Walter Pérez  (ARG)Flag of Russia.svg  Ivan Kovalev  (RUS)Flag of Japan.svg  Taiji Nishitani  (JPN)
Individual pursuit Flag of Spain.svg  Sergio Escobar Roure  (ESP)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jens Mouris  (NED)Flag of New Zealand.svg  Jason Allen  (NZL)
Team pursuit Flag of Russia.svg Russia
Serguey Klimov
Ivan Rovny
Alexander Serov
Nikolay Trussov
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
Levi Heimans
Geert-Jan Jonkman
Jens Mouris
Niki Terpstra
Flag of Spain.svg Spain
Sergio Escobar Roure
Guillermo Ferrer Garcia
David Muntaner Juaneda
Carlos Torrent Tarres
Sprint Flag of France.svg  Grégory Baugé  (FRA)Flag of France.svg  Mickaël Bourgain  (FRA)Flag of the United States.svg  Michael Blatchford  (USA)
Points race Flag of Russia.svg  Mikhail Ignatiev  (RUS)Flag of Greece.svg  Ioannis Tamouridis  (GRE)Flag of Spain.svg  Joan Llaneras Rossello  (ESP)
Team sprint Flag of France.svg France
Grégory Baugé
Mickaël Bourgain
François Pervis
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
Lukasz Kwiatkowski
Krzysztof Szymanek
Damian Zielinski
Flag of Australia.svg Australia
Ryan Bayley
Shane John Kelly
Shane Perkins
Madison Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina
Dario Colla
Walter Pérez
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
Jens Mouris
Niki Terpstra
Flag of Russia.svg Russia
Mikhail Ignatiev
Nikolay Trussov
Flag of Australia.svg Australia, Sydney — March 3–5, 2005
Keirin Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Theo Bos  (NED)Flag of Malaysia.svg  Josiah Ng On Lam  (MYS)Flag of Germany.svg  Jan van Eijden  (GER)
1 km time trial Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Yong Feng  (CHN)Flag of France.svg  François Pervis  (FRA)Flag of Australia.svg  Joel Leonard  (AUS)
Scratch Flag of Poland.svg  Rafał Ratajczyk  (POL)Flag of South Korea.svg  Sun Jae Jang  (KOR)Flag of Russia.svg  Alexander Khatuntsev  (RUS)
Individual pursuit Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Rob Hayles  (GBR)Flag of Russia.svg  Alexander Khatuntsev  (RUS)Flag of Australia.svg  Michael Ford  (AUS)
Team pursuit Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
Casper Jørgensen
Jens-Erik Madsen
Michael Mørkøv
Alex Rasmussen
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
Lyubomyr Polatayko
Maksym Polyshchuk
Vitaliy Popkov
Vitaliy Shchedov
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Edward Clancy
Ian Stannard
Andy Tennant
Geraint Thomas
Sprint Flag of France.svg  Grégory Baugé  (FRA)Flag of Poland.svg  Damian Zielinski  (POL)Flag of France.svg  Arnaud Tournant  (FRA)
Points race Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)Flag of Japan.svg  Kazuhiro Mori  (JPN)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Chris Newton  (GBR)
Team sprint Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
Theo Bos
Teun Mulder
Tim Veldt
Flag of France.svg France
Grégory Baugé
François Pervis
Arnaud Tournant
Flag of Japan.svg Japan
Masaki Inoue
Takashi Kaneko
Kazunari Watanabe
Madison Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
Michael Mørkøv
Alex Rasmussen
Flag of Italy.svg Italy
Fabio Masotti
Marco Villa
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Mark Cavendish
Geraint Thomas

Women

Event Winner Second Third
Flag of Russia.svg Russia, Moscow — November 4–6, 2005
Keirin Flag of Russia.svg  Tamilla Abassova  (RUS)Flag of Germany.svg  Christin Muche  (GER)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Mu Di  (CHN)
500 m time trial Flag of Belarus.svg  Natallia Tsylinskaya  (BLR)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Simona Krupeckaitė  (LTU)Flag of Russia.svg  Tamilla Abassova  (RUS)
Scratch Flag of Cuba.svg  Yoanka González  (CUB)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Lyudmyla Vypyraylo  (UKR)Flag of Australia.svg  Belinda Goss  (AUS)
Individual pursuit Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Li Meifang  (CHN)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Wendy Houvenaghel  (GBR)Flag of Russia.svg  Olga Slyusareva  (RUS)
Sprint Flag of Belarus.svg  Natallia Tsylinskaya  (BLR)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Victoria Pendleton  (GBR)Flag of Germany.svg  Christin Muche  (GER)
Points race Flag of Russia.svg  Olga Slyusareva  (RUS)Flag of Cuba.svg  Yoanka González  (CUB)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Lada Kozlíková  (CZE)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain, Manchester — December 9–11, 2005
Keirin Flag of France.svg  Clara Sanchez  (FRA)Flag of Italy.svg  Elisa Frisoni  (ITA)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Victoria Pendleton  (GBR)
500 m time trial Flag of Belarus.svg  Natallia Tsylinskaya  (BLR)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yvonne Hijgenaar  (NED)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Victoria Pendleton  (GBR)
Scratch Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Adrie Visser  (NED)Flag of Australia.svg  Katherine Bates  (AUS)Flag of Spain.svg  Gema Pascual Torrecilla  (ESP)
Individual pursuit Flag of Australia.svg  Katherine Bates  (AUS)Flag of the United States.svg  Sarah Hammer  (USA)Flag of Germany.svg  Larissa Kleinmann  (GER)
Sprint Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Victoria Pendleton  (GBR)Flag of Belarus.svg  Natallia Tsylinskaya  (BLR)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Guo Shuang  (CHN)
Points race Flag of the United States.svg  Sarah Hammer  (USA)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Yan Li  (CHN)Flag of Spain.svg  Gema Pascual Torrecilla  (ESP)
Flag of the United States.svg United States, Carson — January 20–22, 2006
Keirin Flag of France.svg  Clara Sanchez  (FRA)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Guo Shuang  (CHN)Flag of Italy.svg  Elisa Frisoni  (ITA)
500 m time trial Flag of Belarus.svg  Natallia Tsylinskaya  (BLR)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Guo Shuang  (CHN)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yvonne Hijgenaar  (NED)
Scratch Flag of the United States.svg  Sarah Hammer  (USA)Flag of the United States.svg  Rebecca Quinn  (USA)Flag of Russia.svg  Yulia Arustamova  (RUS)
Individual pursuit Flag of the United States.svg  Sarah Hammer  (USA)Flag of Colombia.svg  María Luisa Calle  (COL)Flag of Russia.svg  Yulia Arustamova  (RUS)
Sprint Flag of Belarus.svg  Natallia Tsylinskaya  (BLR)Flag of France.svg  Clara Sanchez  (FRA)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Guo Shuang  (CHN)
Points race Flag of Italy.svg  Giorgia Bronzini  (ITA)Flag of the United States.svg  Rebecca Quinn  (USA)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Yan Li  (CHN)
Flag of Australia.svg Australia, Sydney — March 3–5, 2006
Keirin Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Mu Di  (CHN)Flag of the United States.svg  Jennie Reed  (USA)Flag of Italy.svg  Elisa Frisoni  (ITA)
500 m time trial Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yvonne Hijgenaar  (NED)Flag of Italy.svg  Elisa Frisoni  (ITA)Flag of Russia.svg  Tamilla Abassova  (RUS)
Scratch Flag of Russia.svg  Yulia Aroustamova  (RUS)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jarmila Machačová  (CZE)Flag of Russia.svg  Alena Prudnikova  (RUS)
Individual pursuit Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Wendy Houvenaghel  (GBR)Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  Li Wang  (CHN)Flag of the United States.svg  Kristin Armstrong  (USA)
Sprint Flag of Australia.svg  Anna Meares  (AUS)Flag of the United States.svg  Jennie Reed  (USA)Flag of Italy.svg  Elisa Frisoni  (ITA)
Points race Flag of Italy.svg  Vera Carrara  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Leire Olaberria Dorronsoro  (ESP)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Nikki Harris  (GBR)

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