|Velodrome||Vélodrome de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines|
The 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships were the World Championships for track cycling in 2015. They took place in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (part of the Paris Metropolitan Area) at the Vélodrome de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines from 18–22 February 2015.
This was the schedule of events:
385 cyclists from 38 countries were registered for the championships.The number of cyclists per nation is shown in parentheses.
Click on a nation to go to the nations' 2015 Championships page
|Totals (18 nations)||19||19||19||57|
| Men's sprint || Grégory Baugé |
| Denis Dmitriev |
| Quentin Lafargue |
| Men's 1 km time trial || François Pervis |
| Joachim Eilers |
| Matt Archibald |
| Men's individual pursuit || Stefan Küng |
| Jack Bobridge |
| Julien Morice |
| Men's team pursuit || New Zealand |
| Great Britain |
| Australia |
| Men's team sprint || France |
| New Zealand |
| Germany |
| Men's keirin || François Pervis |
| Eddie Dawkins |
| Azizulhasni Awang |
| Men's scratch || Lucas Liss |
| Albert Torres |
| Bobby Lea |
| Men's points race || Artur Ershov |
| Eloy Teruel |
| Maximilian Beyer |
| Men's madison || France |
| Italy |
| Belgium |
Jasper De Buyst
| Men's omnium || Fernando Gaviria |
| Glenn O'Shea |
| Elia Viviani |
| Women's sprint || Kristina Vogel |
| Elis Ligtlee |
| Zhong Tianshi |
| Women's 500 m time trial || Anastasia Voinova |
| Anna Meares |
| Miriam Welte |
| Women's individual pursuit || Rebecca Wiasak |
| Jennifer Valente |
| Amy Cure |
| Women's team pursuit || Australia |
| Great Britain |
| Canada |
| Women's team sprint || China |
| Russia |
| Australia |
| Women's keirin || Anna Meares |
| Shanne Braspennincx |
| Lisandra Guerra |
| Women's scratch || Kirsten Wild |
| Amy Cure |
| Allison Beveridge |
| Women's points race || Stephanie Pohl |
| Minami Uwano |
| Kimberly Geist |
| Women's omnium || Annette Edmondson |
| Laura Trott |
| Kirsten Wild |
36 TV stations broadcast the event.
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