2009 Team Speedway Junior World Championship

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2009 Team Speedway Junior World Championship
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The 2009 Team Speedway Junior World Championship was 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. [1] It was 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. [2] [3] [4]

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Format

The final consisted of the host team and the defending champions Poland. The other finalists were determined in two qualifying rounds (semi-finals). In Abensberg, Germany on June 1 was Sweden (3rd place in 2008 Final), Australia (4th place), Great Britain and host team Germany. Five days later in Pardubice, will be Denmark (Runner-up in 2008 Final), host team Czech Republic and Finland. [5] The Russian team withdrew and was replaced by a joint team of Croatian and Slovenian riders, known as "Adria". [6]

Results

Pos.National teamPts.
1Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 45
2Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 40
3Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 36
4Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 26
Pos.National teamPts.
1Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 56
2Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 55
3Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia / Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 19+3
4Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 19+2
Pos.National teamPts.
Gold medal icon.svg Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 57
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 45
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 32
4Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 15

Qualifying Round 1 was won by Sweden (45 points) and they beat host team Germany (40 pts), Australia (35 pts) and Great Britain (26 pts). The top scored rider was Darcy Ward from Australia (maximum 15 points) and British Tai Woffinden (15 points also, but in six heats). Qualifying Round 2 was won by host team Czech Republic (56 pts). To the final was qualify second Denmark (55 pts, more than Germany). Adria (Croatia and Slovenia) beat in run-off Finland (both 16 points).

The Final was won be host team and the defending champions Poland (57 points), who they beat Denmark (45 pts), Sweden (32 pts) and Czech Republic (15 pts). The top scored rider was Przemysław Pawlicki from Poland (maximum 15 points). It was fifth title for Poland team and second for Grzegorz Zengota, Maciej Janowski and Artur Mroczka.

Heat details

Semifinal 1

PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
1Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 452578111315171820232326272831313334374040434445
(1) Thomas H. Jonasson 1322333
(2) Jonas Messing 532XNN
(3) Linus Eklöf (c)1222323
(4) Kim Nilsson 511111
(5) Ludvig Lindgren 1032131
2Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 4011444566910121315171920212427293134363840
(1) Kevin Wölbert 12112332
(2) Max Dilger (c)8EE2222
(3) Frank Facher 11313112
(4) Erik Pudel 9012123
(5) Sönke Petersen 0F/N----
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
3Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 35344666691114151717202022252527282931323235
(1) Darcy Ward (c)1533333
(2) Justin Sedgmen 6120X12
(3) Mitchell Davey 4031--
(4) Richard Sweetman 8202211
(5) Josh Grajczonek 2X0020
4Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 2602366912121212121516161919212222222223232626
(1) Simon Lambert 3001101
(2) Brendan Johnson 220000
(3) Tai Woffinden (c)15133323
(4) Lewis Bridger 633X-N
(5) None (Robert Mear)0NN-NN
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 91011121314151617181920212223242526
1Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 5635810121518212326272931343639424447494952545456
(1) Matěj Kůs (c)1433332style="background-color:" | 
(2) Jan Holub III 822220
(3) Michael Hádek 1333133
(4) Filip Šitera 1123222
(5) Michal Dudek 102323E
2Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 552247101214151819222528283133353840434446495255
(1) Leon Madsen 1323332
(2) Kenni Larsen 601E23
(3) Nicolai Klindt 1222323
(4) Patrick Hougaard (c)1432333style="background-color:" |
(5) René Bach 1031321
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 91011121314151617181920212223242526
3Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia / Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 191445566888101011131313131414151717171919
Flag of Croatia.svg (1) Renato Cvetko (c)110000-
Flag of Slovenia.svg (2) Matic Voldrih 123222123
Flag of Croatia.svg (3) Dalibor Bot 00000-
Flag of Croatia.svg (4) Nikola Pigac 410102E
Flag of Slovenia.svg (5) Ladislav Vida 201-10
4Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 19012233445778891011121213131617171819
(1) Aki-Pekka Mustonen (c)0N----
(2) Timo Lahti 6111111
(3) Joni Kitala 110ENNN
(4) Kalle Katajisto 7011131
(5) Jari Mäkinen 51201012
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101112131415161718192021222324 25 26

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

Flag of Sweden.svg (4) injury in Danish league match on 28 August Dennis Andersson [18] → Kim Nilsson
Flag of Poland.svg (1) Patryk Dudek → Dawid Lampart [19]
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (1) injury in a track practice Michael Hádek → Václav Milík
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
1Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 570369111415182124252629323336394043464951515457
(1) Dawid Lampart 5F1x113F1x
(2) Maciej Janowski 1333133
(3) Grzegorz Zengota (c)1333133
(4) Przemysław Pawlicki 1533333
(5) Artur Mroczka 1123312
2Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 45224691111131517171921232628283032343538414345
(1) René Bach 722021
(2) Kenni A. Larsen 0Fx0-F4-
(3) Leon Madsen 1122223
(4) Nicolai Klindt 13222232
(5) Patrick Hougaard (c)14322322
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
3Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 323566679101011131617182021232627272930323232
(1) Linus Eklöf 5311-0
(2) Thomas H. Jonasson 112F42232
(3) Simon Gustafsson (c)611211
(4) Kim Nilsson 6T1302
(5) Ludvig Lindgren 4T2110
4Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 150112336677101010101010111111121212131415
(1) Václav Milík, Jr. 22x10010
(2) Martin Gavenda 210--01
(3) Filip Šitera 30R0111
(4) Matěj Kůs (c)7133R2--
(5) Jan Holub III 110000
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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