2009 Team Speedway Junior European Championship

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The 2009 Team Speedway Junior European Championship will be the 2nd UEM Team Speedway Junior European Championship season. The Final will be held on August 23, 2009 in Holsted, Denmark. The championship was won by Poland (40 points), who they beat defending champion Sweden (38 points), host team Denmark (26 points) and Czech Republic (15 points)

The Team Speedway Junior European Championship is an annual motorcycle speedway event for riders aged 19 and under, organized by the European Motorcycle Union (UEM) since 2008.

Holsted is a town with a population of 3,109 and a former municipality in Region of Southern Denmark on the Jutland peninsula in southwest Denmark. The municipality covered an area of 190 km², and had a total population of 6,965 (2005). Its last mayor was Carl Aaskov, a member of the Venstre political party.

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Results

In the Final will be the defending Champions Sweden, host team Denmark (3rd place in 2008 Final) and Poland (4th place). A last finalist will be determined in one Semi-Final. In Bockhorn, Germany on 18 July will be Ukraine, Czech Republic, Russia and host team Germany (2nd place). [1] The Russian team withdrew and was replaced by Finland.

Sweden national under-19 speedway team

The Sweden national under-19 speedway team is the national under-19 speedway team of Sweden and is controlled by the SVEMO. The team has won the Team Speedway Junior European Championship once in 2008. Sweden has produced two Individual U-19 European Champion - Antonio Lindbäck (2004) and Dennis Andersson (2010). Lindbäck won a bronze medal also, just like Daniel Davidsson, Fredrik Lindgren and Robert Pettersson.

Denmark national under-19 speedway team

The Denmark national under-19 speedway team is the national under-19 motorcycle speedway team of Denmark and is controlled by the Danish Motor Union. The team started in Team U-19 European Championship in all editions and won two bronze medals. Denmark has produced two Under-19 European Champions: Kenneth Bjerre (2003), Nicolai Klindt (2007).

Poland national under-19 speedway team

The Poland national under-19 speedway team is the national under-19 motorcycle speedway team of Poland and is controlled by the Polish Motor Union (PZM). The team has won the Team Speedway Junior European Championship twice in 2009 and 2010. In the Individual competition was won by Poles six times: Rafał Okoniewski, Łukasz Romanek (2001), Karol Ząbik (2005), Artur Mroczka (2008) and Przemysław Pawlicki (2009).

Pos.National teamPts.
1Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 43
2Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 36
3Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 33
4Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 7
Pos.National teamPts.
Gold medal icon.svg Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 40
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 38
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 26
4Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 15

Heat details

Semi-Final

Germany Federal parliamentary republic in central-western Europe

Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central and Western Europe, lying between the Baltic and North Seas to the north and the Alps, Lake Constance and the High Rhine to the south. It borders Denmark to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic to the east, Austria and Switzerland to the south, France to the southwest, and Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands to the west.

Bockhorn, Lower Saxony Place in Lower Saxony, Germany

Bockhorn is a municipality in the district of Friesland, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated approximately 15 km southwest of Wilhelmshaven, and 30 km northwest of Oldenburg.

PlacingTeam / Rider nameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516Pts17181920
1Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 43235810131416181922252729303235384143
(1) Michael Hádek 123232102
(2) Pavel Pucko 10213173
(3) Michal Dudek 10131273
(4) Jan Holub III 11222283
(17) Václav Milík, Jr. 00
2Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 363691114151718182022242728303133353636
(9) Kalle Katajisto 10332191
(10) Niko Siltaniemi 721-252
(11) Jari Makinen 9312172
(12) Timo Lahti 10322310F
(19) Aki-Pekka Mustonen 000
3Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 331334571013161919202023262929303033
(13) Erik Pudel 1723333143
(14) René Deddens 111133311E
(15) Marcel Helfer 4021-31
(16) Sebastian Eckerle 11-F-10
(20) Franz Winklhofer 000
4Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 700111111223344445577
(5) Andriy Kobrin 3001012
(6) Stanislav Ohorodnyk 0000000
(7) Serhiy Borisenko 0F0000-
(8) Volodymyr Teigal 4101131F
PlacingTeam / Rider nameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516Pts171819 20

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 were permanent for each team (Red, Blue, White and Yellow/Black). Colours in diagrams indicate gate positions:
gate A – insidegate Bgate Cgate D – outside

The Final

PlacingTeam / Rider nameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516Pts17181920
1Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 40347710111314151619192225283032353740
(9) Maciej Janowski 1533132123
(10) Sławomir Musielak 10-1-1-
(11) Patryk Dudek 211--2-
(12) Dawid Lampart 732F-52
(19) Przemysław Pawlicki 1513331023
2Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 38246810121518202324272930313435363638
(13) Simon Gustafsson 122323102
(14) Anton Rosén 62-316-
(15) Ludvig Lindgren 7223-7F
(16) Linus Sundström 5-2125-
(20) Dennis Andersson 8231611
3Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 260223366691113151517192020222526
(5) Michael Jepsen Jensen 10T332191
(6) René Bach (c)92F22603
(7) Simon Nielsen 110--1-
(8) Patrick Bjerregaard 000--0-
(18) Michael Palm Toft 620242
4Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 1511256679999101111111114141515
(1) Michael Hádek 93210630
(2) Pavel Pucko 211T02-
(3) Michal Dudek 000--0-
(4) Jan Holub III 2110020
(17) Václav Milík, Jr. 20111
PlacingTeam / Rider nameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516Pts171819 20

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 were permanent for each team (Red, Blue, White and Yellow/Black). Colours in diagrams indicate gate positions:
gate A – insidegate Bgate Cgate D – outside

See also

The 2009 Team Speedway Junior World Championship will be the fifth annual FIM Team Under-21 World Championship competition since its introduction in 2005. The final took place on September 5, 2009, in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland. It will be the second final held in Poland, but the first in Gorzów; in 2006, the final took place in Rybnik, where Poland beat Sweden, Denmark and Germany.

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