2011 Individual Speedway European Championship

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2011 Speedway European Championship
Season details
DatesSeptember 24
EventsFinal, 3 semifinals, 3 qualifications
permanents
Heats147 (in 7 events)
Winners
ChampionFlag of Russia.svg  RUS Grigory Laguta
Runner-upFlag of Poland.svg  POL Tomasz Gapiński
3rd placeFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  CZE Aleš Dryml, Jr.

The 2011 Individual European Championship was the 11th UEM Individual Speedway European Championship season. The final took place on 24 September 2011 in Rivne, Ukraine. [1] The defending champion was Sebastian Ułamek from Poland.

The Individual Speedway European Championship is an annual individual speedway event organized by the European Motorcycle Union (UEM) to determine the champion of Europe. The competition was founded in 2001 and was initially staged as a one-off meeting, however the single event was replaced by the Speedway European Championship series in 2012. As of 2015, the competition was staged over four rounds in a Grand Prix format, with the winner being declared as the rider who accumulated the most points over the duration of the four rounds. The minimum age of a rider to compete is 16 years of age.

Rivne City of regional significance in Rivne Oblast, Ukraine

Rivne is a historic city in western Ukraine and the historical region of Volhynia. It is the administrative center of Rivne Oblast (province), as well as the surrounding Rivne Raion (district) within the oblast. Administratively, Rivne is incorporated as a city of oblast significance and does not belong to the raion. Population: 247,356 (2017 est.)

Ukraine Sovereign state in Eastern Europe

Ukraine, sometimes called the Ukraine, is a country in Eastern Europe. Excluding Crimea, Ukraine has a population of about 42.5 million, making it the 32nd most populous country in the world. Its capital and largest city is Kiev. Ukrainian is the official language and its alphabet is Cyrillic. The dominant religions in the country are Eastern Orthodoxy and Greek Catholicism. Ukraine is currently in a territorial dispute with Russia over the Crimean Peninsula, which Russia annexed in 2014. Including Crimea, Ukraine has an area of 603,628 km2 (233,062 sq mi), making it the largest country entirely within Europe and the 46th largest country in the world.

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Volhynia Historical Region

Volhynia, is a historic region in Central and Eastern Europe, situated between south-eastern Poland, south-western Belarus, and western Ukraine. While the borders of the region are not clearly defined, the territory that still carries the name is Volyn Oblast, located in western Ukraine. Volhynia has changed hands numerous times throughout history and been divided among competing powers. At one time all of Volhynia was part of the Pale of Settlement designated by Imperial Russia on its southwestern-most border.

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Gold medal icon.svg Flag of Russia.svg (14) Grigory Laguta 143323314 Gold medal icon.svg 3
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of Poland.svg (10) Tomasz Gapiński 143233314 Silver medal icon.svg 2
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (13) Aleš Dryml, Jr. 121323312 Bronze medal icon.svg
4. Flag of Ukraine.svg (7) Oleksandr Loktaev 1132123114.
5. Flag of Ukraine.svg (6) Andriy Karpov 1011332105.
6. Flag of Russia.svg (5) Denis Gizatullin 1022222106.
7. Flag of Poland.svg (3) Robert Miskowiak 9333xe97.
8. Flag of Hungary.svg (1) Jozsef Tabaka 72021278.
9. Flag of Denmark.svg (9) Nicolai Klindt 72112179.
10. Flag of Russia.svg (15) Renat Gafurov 6213ens610.
11. Flag of Germany.svg (12) Max Dilger 613101611.
12. Flag of Sweden.svg (4) Ricky Kling 512011512.
13. Flag of Hungary.svg (8) Norbert Magosi 30e021313.
14. Flag of Ukraine.svg (2) Kiril Cukanov 2t0002214.
15. Flag of Poland.svg (16) Michal Mitko 2011f/nsns215.
16. Flag of Slovenia.svg (11) Aleksander Conda 1e0010116.
PlacingRiderTotal12345678910111213141516171819 20 PtsPos21

m - exclusion for exceeding two minute time allowance • t - exclusion for touching the tapes • x - other exclusion • e - retired or mechanical failure • f - fell • ns - non-starter • nc - non-classify

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