Team Speedway Junior World Championship

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Team Speedway Junior World Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
Sports current event.svg 2021 Team Speedway Junior World Championship
Sport Motorcycle speedway
Founded2005
Continent World
Most recent
champion(s)
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (2020)
Most titlesFlag of Poland.svg  Poland (13 times)
Related
competitions
Individual Championship

The Team Speedway Junior World Championship (more commonly known as the Under-21 Speedway World Cup) is an annual speedway event held in different countries (U-21). The first edition of the competition was in 2005. [1] [2] [3]

Contents

Poland has dominated the competition winning the title record 13 times.

Rules

Race format
GateA
(inside)
B
 
C
 
D
(outside)
Heat NoRiders starting No
11111
22222
33333
44444
55555
65341
71452
82351
94312
102345
113124
123425
135134
141542
155213
161235
172341
182345
194531
201524
212415
221253
234123
243452
254315

Eligibility

The minimum age limit (16 years) starts on the date of the rider's birthday and the maximum age limit (21 years) finishes at the end of the year in which they reach 21 years old.

Team composition

The 4 competing teams shall each consist of 5 riders; there shall be no substitute rider:

When a team is 6 or more points in arrears of the leading team, the team manager may substitute a rider in the next or succeeding heats with another rider in his team, However, each rider may be used as a substitute once only. Substitutions must stop when the team is less than 6 points in arrears.

Prize

in Swiss franc

PlacingQualifying
Meeting
Final
1st3,6005,000
2nd2,6004,000
3rd2,0003,000
4th1,8002,500
Total10,00014,500

Previous winners

YearVenueWinnersRunner-up3rd place
2005 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Pardubice Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (41 pts)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (35 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (24 pts)
2006 Flag of Poland.svg Rybnik Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (41 pts)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (27 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (26 pts)
2007 Flag of Germany.svg Abensberg Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (40 pts)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain (36 pts)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic (30 pts)
2008 Flag of Denmark.svg Holsted Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (40 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (39 pts)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (38 pts)
2009 Flag of Poland.svg Gorzów Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (57 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (45 pts)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (32 pts)
2010 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rye House Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (51 pts)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (37 pts)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (35 pts)
2011 Flag of Russia.svg Balakovo Flag of Russia.svg  Russia (61 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (31 pts)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine (29+3 pts)
2012 Flag of Poland.svg Gniezno Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (61 pts)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia (44 pts)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (26 pts)
2013 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Pardubice Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (42 pts)Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (41 pts)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic (24 pts)
2014 Flag of Denmark.svg Slangerup Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (51 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (35 pts)Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (21 pts)
2015 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Mildura Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (50 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (39 pts)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia (29 pts)
2016 Flag of Sweden.svg Norrköping Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (44 pts)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia (37 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (24 pts)
2017 Flag of Poland.svg Rybnik Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (47 pts)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia (37 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (27 pts)
2018 Flag of Denmark.svg Outrup Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (46 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (42 pts)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain (29 pts)
2019 Flag of England.svg Manchester Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (41 pts)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain (33 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (31 pts)
2020 Flag of Denmark.svg Outrup Flag of Poland.svg  Poland (46 pts)Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (42 pts)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain (32 pts)
2021 Flag of Poland.svg Bydgoszcz (pts)(pts)(pts)

Classification

PosNational Team Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Total
1.Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 131115
2.Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 27514
3.Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 1001
4.Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 0347
5.Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 0314
6.Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 0224
7.Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 0022
8.Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 0011
PosRiderTeamTotal Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg
1. Bartosz Zmarzlik Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 541
2. Maksym Drabik Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 44
Bartosz Smektała Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 44
3. Paweł Przedpełski Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 431
4. Maciej Janowski Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 431
5. Karol Ząbik Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 33
6. Piotr Pawlicki Jr. Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 321
Michael J. Jensen Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 321
8. Artur Mroczka Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 321
Przemysław Pawlicki Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 321

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References

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See also