|2007 Individual Under-19 European Championship|
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|Gate|| A |
| B || C || D |
|Heat No||Riders starting No|
|1||(16) Maciej Piaszczyński (POZ)||13||(3,3,2,2,3)|
|2||(4) Michał Mitko (RYB)||12||(2,2,2,3,3)|
|3||(1) Grzegorz Zengota (ZIE)||10+2+3+3||(3,1,1,2,3)|
|4||(3) Rafał Fieger (RYB)||10+3+2||(0,3,2,3,2)|
|5||(2) Michał Łopaczewski (ŁÓD)||10+3+1||(1,3,3,2,1)|
|6||(9) Borys Miturski (CZE)||10+1+2+0||(3,0,3,2,2)|
|7||(6) Adrian Szewczykowski (GOR)||10+2+1||(2,1,3,1,3)|
|8||(13) Adam Kajoch (LES)||9||(0,2,3,3,1)|
|9||(5) Piotr Korbel (WRO)||9||(3,3,1,1,1)|
|10||(12) Rafał Klimek (LUB)||8||(2,1,2,3,0)|
|11||(15) Mateusz Kowalczyk (CZE)||6||(2,2,0,0,2)|
|12||(14) Mateusz Jurga (LES)||5||(1,2,1,1,E)|
|13||(11) Bartosz Szymura (OPO)||3||(1,X,0,E,2)|
|14||(17) Kamil Mistygacz (CZE)||2||(1,E,1)|
|15||(18) Emil Idziorek (OST)||1||(0,1,D,F,D)|
|16||(8) Marcel Kajzer (RAW)||1||(1,0,X,-,N)|
|17||(7) Damian Baliński jr (RAW)||0||(0,F,-,-,N)|
|18||(10) Marcin Piekarski (CZE)||0||(0,-,-,-,-)|
Gates in 21st: A - Szewczykowski, B - Łopaczewski
1-8:62.3 - 63.1 - 63.5 - 63.2 - 63.2 - 62.9 - 63.8 - 64.1
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m - exclusion for exceeding two minute time allowance • t - exclusion for touching the tapes • x - other exclusion • e - retired or mechanical failure • f - fell • ns - non-starter • nc - non-classify
|gate A - inside||gate B||gate C||gate D - outside|
|Heat after heats:|
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