2008 Team Speedway Junior World Championship

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The 2008 Team Speedway Junior World Championship was the fourth FIM World Team Junior Championship. The final took place on 21 September 2008, in Holsted, Denmark. The championship was won by the Polish junior team who were the defending champions from 2007. Denmark finished in second place and Sweden were third. [1] [2] [3]

Contents

Calendar

DateVenueWinner
Semi-finals
7 June Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Pardubice Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden result
22 June Flag of Germany.svg Diedenbergen Flag of Poland.svg Poland result
Final
21 September Flag of Denmark.svg Holsted Flag of Poland.svg Poland result


Qualification

Semifinal 1

PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
1 Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden 41014444571011131617182022252729323535363841
(1) Ricky Kling (c)601221
(2) Billy Forsberg 1012232
(3) Thomas H. Jonasson 1433323
(4) Ludvig Lindgren 801133
(5) Simon Gustafsson 300120
2 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic 383358101215181818192124262627293031313334363638
(1) Filip Šitera (c)1233222
(2) Adam Vandirek 300012
(3) Michael Hádek 520111
(4) Hynek Štichauer 932202
(5) Matěj Kůs 92331E
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
3 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain 3613358911111215181818182121222528293032323536
(1) Ben Barker 611301
(2) William Lawson 722012
(3) Simon Lambert 300030
(4) Lewis Bridger 921033
(5) Tai Woffinden (c)1133311
4 Flag of Russia.svg Russia 35256781111121416161719222326262626282831343535
(1) Emil Saifutdinov (c)1122223
(2) Artem Laguta 1432333
(3) Artem Vodyakov 6131E1
(4) Igor Kononov 11000E
(5) Alexander Kosolapkin 311100
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101112131415161718192021222324 25

M - exclusion for exceeding two minute time allowance • T - exclusion for touching the tapes • X - other exclusion • E - retired or mechanical failure • F - fell

Helmet colours was permanent for each teams (Red, Blue, White and Yellow/Black). Colours in diagrams means gate positions:
gate A – insidegate Bgate Cgate D – outside


Semifinal 2

PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
1 Flag of Poland.svg Poland 6335811131417171922252830333638414447505255576063
(1) Mateusz Szczepaniak 1131322
(2) Robert Kasprzak 1423333
(3) Grzegorz Zengota 103X/F232
(4) Adrian Gomólski (c)1432333
(5) Maciej Janowski 1423333
2 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 47256891214161921222326283033353636374040434547
(1) Robert Ksiezak 92331E
(2) Chris Holder (c)1332233-
(3) Kozza Smith 13132232
(4) Tyron Proctor 822112
(5) Aaron Summers 4121E-
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
3 Flag of Germany.svg Germany 36124581011141415171920212223242628303133343536
(1) Kevin Wölbert (c)8131111
(2) Erik Pudel 2101--
(3) Richard Speiser 10212221
(4) Frank Facher 10122221
(5) Max Dilger 63111-
4 Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia 40000000122222222223334444
(1) Aleksander Čonda 100010
(2) Matija Duh (c)101000
(3) Aljosa Remih 101000
(4) Matic Voldrih 000000
(5) Dalibor Bot 100001
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101112131415161718192021222324 25

M - exclusion for exceeding two minute time allowance • T - exclusion for touching the tapes • X - other exclusion • E - retired or mechanical failure • F - fell

Helmet colours was permanent for each teams (Red, Blue, White and Yellow/Black). Colours in diagrams means gate positions:
gate A – insidegate Bgate Cgate D – outside


Final

PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
1 Flag of Poland.svg Poland 4000035810111214171919212425272932333636383840
(1) Michał Mitko 701222
(2) Artur Mroczka 9F1323
(3) Grzegorz Zengota (c)802330
(4) Maciej Janowski 1133212
(5) Daniel Pytel 522010
2 Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark 39367891114161619212123242626262627303033363939
(1) Nicolai Klindt 1233213
(2) Patrick Hougaard (c)16322333
(3) Peter Kildemand 11FxNN0
(4) René Bach 6132X0
(5) Morten Risager 41210-
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
3 Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden 381357101112121516171819192022252628303234343538
(1) Kim Nilsson 913122
(2) Ludvig Lindgren 521020
(3) Simon Gustafsson 821131
(4) Ricky Kling (c)821113
(5) Billy Forsberg 83F122
4 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 33236666691111111417202023242727272829303233
(1) Troy Batchelor 7200311
(2) Robert Ksiezak 210-1-
(3) Chris Holder (c)16333331
(4) Tyron Proctor 702302
(5) Kozza Smith 100001
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101112131415161718192021222324 25

M - exclusion for exceeding two minute time allowance • T - exclusion for touching the tapes • X - other exclusion • E - retired or mechanical failure • F - fell

Helmet colours was permanent for each teams (Red, Blue, White and Yellow/Black). Colours in diagrams means gate positions:
gate A – insidegate Bgate Cgate D – outside

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References

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  3. "JUNIOR (U-21) WORLD CUP". International Speedway. Retrieved 16 July 2021.

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