|Venue||Palma de Mallorca, Spain|
|Date(s)||March 29–April 1, 2007|
The 2007 UCI Track Cycling World Championships is the World Championship for track cycling. It took place in Palma de Mallorca, Spain from March 29, 2007 to April 1, 2007. The event was dominated by the Great Britain team who topped the medals table, winning seven of the seventeen gold medals on offer.
The 2007 programme comprised 17 events, including the 10 Olympic events, and was also the first time that the multi-disciplinary Omnium – a cycling equivalent to the athletics pentathlon consisting of 5 events – was contested.
|Totals (21 nations)||17||17||17||51|
| Sprint || Theo Bos || Grégory Baugé || Mickaël Bourgain |
| 1 km time trial || Chris Hoy || François Pervis || Jamie Staff |
| Individual pursuit || Bradley Wiggins || Robert Bartko || Sergi Escobar |
| Team pursuit |
| Team sprint |
| Keirin || Chris Hoy || Theo Bos || Ross Edgar |
| Scratch || Wong Kam Po || Wim Stroetinga || Rafał Ratajczyk |
| Points race || Joan Llaneras || Iljo Keisse || Mikhail Ignatiev |
| Madison |
| Omnium || Alois Kaňkovský || Walter Pérez || Brad Huff |
| Sprint || Victoria Pendleton || Guo Shuang || Anna Meares |
| 500 m time trial || Anna Meares || Lisandra Guerra || Natallia Tsylinskaya |
| Individual pursuit || Sarah Hammer || Rebecca Romero || Katie Mactier |
| Team sprint |
| Keirin || Victoria Pendleton || Guo Shuang || Anna Meares |
| Scratch || Yumari González || María Luisa Calle || Adrie Visser |
| Points race || Katherine Bates || Mie Lacota || Catherine Cheatley |
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