|Date(s)||19–23 July 2006|
The 2006 European Track Championships were the European Championships for track cycling, for junior and under 23 riders. They took place in Athens, Greece from 19 – 23 July 2006.
Track cycling is a bicycle racing sport usually held on specially built banked tracks or velodromes using track bicycles.
Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece. Athens dominates the Attica region and is one of the world's oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning over 3,400 years and its earliest human presence started somewhere between the 11th and 7th millennium BC.
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|U23 Men's Sprint|| Maximilian Levy || Grégory Baugé || Michael Seidenbecher |
|U23 Men's 1 km Time Trial|| Tim Veldt ||1:02.322|| François Pervis ||1:02.561|| Maximilian Levy ||1:02.802|
|U23 Men's Individual Pursuit|| Mikhail Ignatiev ||4:26.453|| Gediminas Bagdonas ||4:29.299|| Nikolay Trussov |
|U23 Men's Team Pursuit|| Edward Clancy |
|4:05.199|| Alexander Khatuntsev |
|4:08.522|| Gediminas Bagdonas |
|U23 Men's Team Sprint|| René Enders |
|44.909|| Grégory Bauge |
|45.315|| Denis Dmitriev |
|U23 Men's Keirin|| Mikhail Shikhalev || Maximilian Levy || Michael Seidenbecher |
|U23 Men's Scratch|| Wim Stroetinga || Geraint Thomas || Ivan Kovalev |
|U23 Men's Points Race|| Ivan Rovny ||54 points|| Niki Terpstra ||40 points|| Michael Mørkøv ||37 points|
|U23 Women's Sprint|| Jane Gerisch || Anastasia Chulkova || Miriam Welte |
|U23 Women's 500 m Time Trial|| Miriam Welte ||35.041|| Magdalena Sara ||35.936|| Jane Gerisch ||36.104|
|U23 Women's Individual Pursuit|| Tatsiana Sharakova ||3:42,468|| Pascale Schnider ||3:47,081|| Tatiana Guderzo |
|U23 Women's Keirin|| Jane Gerisch || Annalisa Cuccinotta || Magdalena Sara |
|U23 Women's Scratch|| Monia Baccaille || Alena Prudnikova || Tatsiana Sharakova |
|U23 Women's Points Race|| Marlyn Binnendyk ||36 points|| Irina Zemlyanskaya ||30 points|| Jarmila Machacova ||26 points|
|Women's omnium|| Lada Kozlikova ||40 points|| Yulia Arustamova ||35 points|| Carolina Lüthi ||33 points|
|Junior Men's Sprint|| Jason Kenny || Hodei Mazquiaran Uria || Christian Lyte |
|Junior Men's 1 km Time Trial|| David Daniell ||1:04.451|| Jason Kenny ||1:04.713|| Hodei Mazquiaran Uria ||1:04.996|
|Junior Men's Individual Pursuit|| Marco Coledan ||3:24.424|| Evgeny Kovalev ||3:24.458|| Alexandre Lemair ||3:24.852|
|Junior Men's Team Pursuit|| Jonathan Bellis |
|4:15.619|| Vivien Brisse |
|4:17.202|| Mikhail Baryshnikov |
|Junior Men's Team Sprint|| David Daniell |
|46.506|| Vasileios Reppas |
|47.274|| Konrad Dabkowski |
|Junior Men's Keirin|| Jason Kenny || Vladimir Khozov || Denis Spicka |
|Junior Men's Scratch|| Elia Viviani || Vincent Dauga || Gerrit Peetoom |
|Junior Men's Points Race|| Maxim Pokidov ||30 points|| Oleksandr Martynenko ||30 points|| Salvador Guardiola Tora ||24 points|
|Junior Women's Sprint|| Lyubov Shulika || Virgine Cueff || Anna Blyth |
|Junior Women's 500 m Time Trial|| Lyubov Shulika ||34.741|| Sandie Clair ||34.789|| Virginie Cueff ||35.637|
|Junior Women's Individual Pursuit|| Lesya Kalytovska ||2:25.557|| Elise van Hage ||2:35.289|| Yulia Popova ||2:30.579|
|Junior Women's Keirin|| Lyubov Shulika || Renata Dabrowska || Sandie Clair |
|Junior Women's Scratch|| Elise van Hage || Virginie Cueff || Evgenia Romanyuta |
|Junior Women's Points Race|| Elise van Hage ||16 points|| Evgenia Romanyuta ||11 points|| Silvia Castoldi ||11 points|
|Totals (16 nations)||32||32||32||96|
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