2007 Speedway World Cup

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Speedway World Cup
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World champions Poland
VenueFlag of Poland.svg  Poland
Start dateJuly 14
End dateJuly 21
Nations8
  2006
2008  

The 2007 Speedway World Cup (SWC) was the 7th FIM Speedway World Cup season. The Final took place on July 21, 2007 in the Alfred Smoczyk Stadium in Leszno, Poland. The tournament was won by host team Poland (55 pts) and they beat defending champion Denmark (52 pts), Australia (29 pts) and Great Britain (15 pts) in the Final. [1] [2] [3] [4]

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Qualification

Pos.National teamPts.
1Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 43
2Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 40
3Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia 37
4Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 29
Pos.National teamPts.
1Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 59
2Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 46
3Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 31
4Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 12

Tournament

 Semi-finals Race-off Final
14 July - Vojens (Speedway Center)
   Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark  60 
   Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  44 
   Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia  39   21 July - Leszno (Smoczyk Stadium)
   Flag of Finland.svg  Finland  1119 July - Leszno (Smoczyk Stadium)   Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  55
details    Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia  53    Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark  52
    Flag of Poland.svg  Poland  52    Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia  29
    Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  40    Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  15
16 July - Coventry (Brandon stadium)   Flag of Russia.svg  Russia  7 details
   Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain  60 details
   Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden  49 
   Flag of Russia.svg  Russia  27 Key:
   Flag of the United States.svg  United States  20  Qualify to the Final
details   Qualify to the Race-Off

Final classification

Pos.National teamPts.
Gold medal icon.svg Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 55
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 52
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 29
4Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 15
5Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 40
6Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 7
7Flag of the United States.svg  United States 20
8Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 11

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  3. Świat Żużla, No 4 (72) / 2007, page 57, ISSN   1429-3285
  4. "2007 WORLD CUP". International Speedway. Retrieved 15 July 2021.