UCI Indoor Cycling World Championships

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The UCI Indoor Cycling World Championships are the set of world championship events for the disciplines of artistic cycling and a tournament of cycle ball. The World Championships are regulated by the Union Cycliste Internationale. [1]

Artistic cycling

Artistic cycling is a form of competitive indoor cycling in which athletes perform tricks for points on specialized, fixed-gear bikes in a format similar to ballet or gymnastics. The exercises are performed in front of judges in five-minute rounds by singles, pairs, four- or six-man teams.

Cycle ball

Cycle-ball, also known as "radball", is a sport similar to association football played on bicycles. The two people on each team ride a fixed gear bicycle with no brakes or freewheel. The ball is controlled by the bike and the head, except when defending the goal.

The Union Cycliste Internationale is the world governing body for sports cycling and oversees international competitive cycling events. The UCI is based in Aigle, Switzerland.

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The UCI awards a gold medal and a rainbow jersey to the winner. Silver and bronze medals are awarded to the second and third place contestants. World champions wear their rainbow jersey until the following year's championship, but they may wear it only in the type of event in which they won it.

Rainbow jersey colored jersey for the reigning World Champion in cycling

The rainbow jersey is the distinctive jersey worn by the reigning world champion in a cycling discipline, since 1927. The jersey is predominantly white with five horizontal bands in the UCI colours around the chest. From the bottom up the colours are: green, yellow, black, red and blue; the same colours that appear in the rings on the Olympic flag. The tradition is applied to all disciplines, including road racing, track racing, cyclo-cross, BMX, Trials and the disciplines within mountain biking. The jersey is produced by Santini SMS since 1994.

Single Artistic cycling – Men

Medalists by year

Men's medalists
YearLocationGoldSilverBronze
1956 Copenhagen
Denmark
Arnold Tschopp
Switzerland
Edi Grommes
West Germany
Adolf Pokorný
Czechoslovakia
1957 Lüttich
Belgium
Arnold Tschopp
Switzerland
Werner Vogt
East Germany
Holdi Thom
East Germany
1958 Karl-Marx-Stadt
East Germany
Heinz Pfeifer
West Germany
Arnold Tschopp
Switzerland
Hebert Wolfgang
East Germany
1959 Stuttgart
West Germany
Heinz Pfeifer
West Germany
Arnold Tschopp
Switzerland
Jan Krištůfek
Czechoslovakia
1960 Mulhouse
France
Arnold Tschopp
Switzerland
Heinz Pfeifer
West Germany
Heinz Stapf
West Germany
1961 St. Gallen
Switzerland
Arnold Tschopp
Switzerland
Gerhard Bräuer
East Germany
Hans Thissen
West Germany
1962 Wien
Austria
Arnold Tschopp
Switzerland
Gerhard Blotny
East Germany
Jan Krištůfek
Czechoslovakia
1963 Basel
Switzerland
Arnold Tschopp
Switzerland
Hans Thissen
West Germany
Gerhard Bräuer
East Germany
1964 Copenhagen
Denmark
Hans Thissen
West Germany
Manfred Maute
West Germany
Jan Krištůfek
Czechoslovakia
1965 Prague
Czechoslovakia
Hans Thissen
West Germany
Gerhard Blotny
East Germany
Manfred Maute
West Germany
1966 Köln
West Germany
Willi Eichin
West Germany
Gerhard Bräuer
East Germany
Frantisek Kratochwil
Czechoslovakia
1967 Baden
Switzerland
Gerhard Blotny
East Germany
Manfred Maute
West Germany
Willi Eichin
West Germany
1968 Kassel
West Germany
Manfred Maute
West Germany
Willi Eichin
West Germany
Gerhard Blotny
East Germany
1969 Erfurt
East Germany
Gerhard Blotny
East Germany
Manfred Maute
West Germany
Willi Eichin
West Germany
1970 Ostrava
Czechoslovakia
Willi Eichin
West Germany
Manfred Maute
West Germany
Wilko Finke
East Germany
1971 Baden
Switzerland
Manfred Maute
West Germany
Gerhard Obert
West Germany
Jan Krištůfek
Czechoslovakia
1972 Offenburg
West Germany
Manfred Maute
West Germany
Gerhard Obert
West Germany
Peter Eberhard
Switzerland
1973 Wien
Austria
Gerhard Obert
West Germany
Reiner Niedergesäss
West Germany
Peter Eberhard
Switzerland
1974 Heerlen
Netherlands
Gerhard Obert
West Germany
Kurt Hunsänger
West Germany
Peter Eberhard
Switzerland
1975 Ghent
Belgium
Gerhard Obert
West Germany
Kurt Hunsänger
West Germany
Patrik Schwartz
France
1976 Münster
West Germany
Kurt Hunsänger
West Germany
Gerhard Obert
West Germany
Patrik Schwartz
France
1977 Brno
Czechoslovakia
Kurt Hunsänger
West Germany
Patrik Schwartz
France
Gerhard Obert
West Germany
1978 Herning
Denmark
Kurt Hunsänger
West Germany
Franz Kratochwil
West Germany
Hansjörg Mohn
Switzerland
1979 Schiltigheim
France
Franz Kratochwil
West Germany
Patrik Schwartz
France
Gerhard Obert
West Germany
1980 Rheinfelden
Switzerland
Franz Kratochwil
West Germany
Jürgen Kessler
West Germany
Patrik Schwartz
France
1981 Heerlen
Netherlands
Franz Kratochwil
West Germany
Jürgen Kessler
West Germany
Markus Maggi
Switzerland
1982 Wiesbaden
West Germany
Franz Kratochwil
West Germany
Markus Maggi
Switzerland
Jürgen Kessler
West Germany
1983 Wien
Austria
Peter Nieratschker
West Germany
Hermann Martens
Switzerland
Jürgen Kessler
West Germany
1984 Schiltigheim
France
Markus Maggi
Switzerland
Dietmar Ingelfinger
West Germany
Jürgen Kessler
West Germany
1985 St. Gallen
Switzerland
Markus Maggi
Switzerland
Jürgen Kessler
West Germany
Hermann Martens
Switzerland
1986 Genk
Belgium
Dieter Maute
West Germany
Dietmar Ingelfinger
West Germany
Roland Fleisch
Austria
1987 Herning
Denmark
Dieter Maute
West Germany
Dietmar Ingelfinger
West Germany
Hermann Martens
Switzerland
1988 Ludwigshafen
West Germany
Harry Bodmer
West Germany
Hermann Martens
Switzerland
Dieter Maute
West Germany
1989 Heerlen
Netherlands
Harry Bodmer
West Germany
Dieter Maute
West Germany
Hermann Martens
Switzerland
1990 Bregenz
Austria
Dietmar Ingelfinger
West Germany
Harry Bodmer
West Germany
Hermann Martens
Switzerland
1991 Brno
Czechoslovakia
Harry Bodmer
Germany
Dieter Maute
Germany
Hermann Martens
Switzerland
1992 Zürich
Switzerland
Harry Bodmer
Germany
Dieter Maute
Germany
Lionel Schwer
France
1993 Hong Kong Dieter Maute
Germany
Jens Schmitt
Germany
Christian Wilhelm
Switzerland
1994 Saarbrücken
Germany
Dieter Maute
Germany
Jens Schmitt
Germany
José Arellano
Spain
1995 Épinal
France
Dieter Maute
Germany
Jens Schmitt
Germany
José Arellano
Spain
1996 Johor Bahru
Malaysia
Jens Schmitt
Germany
Joachim Wesner
Germany
José Arellano
Spain
1997 Winterthur
Switzerland
Martin Rominger
Germany
Jens Schmitt
Germany
Hannes Mähr
Austria
1998 Přerov
Czech Republic
Martin Rominger
Germany
Jens Schmitt
Germany
Hannes Mähr
Austria
1999 Madeira
Portugal
Martin Rominger
Germany
José Arellano
Spain
Hannes Mähr
Austria
2000 Böblingen
Germany
Martin Rominger
Germany
Matthias Letsch
Germany
Milan Krivanek
Czech Republic
2001 Kaseda
Japan
Martin Rominger
Germany
José Arellano
Spain
Matthias Letsch
Germany
2002 Dornbirn
Austria
Martin Rominger
Germany
Arnošt Pokorný
Czech Republic
Milan Křivánek
Czech Republic
2003 Schiltigheim
France
Martin Rominger
Germany
Robin Hartmann
Germany
Arnošt Pokorný
Czech Republic
2004 Tata
Hungary
Arnošt Pokorný
Czech Republic
Robin Hartmann
Germany
Steffen Hain
Germany
2005 Freiburg im Breisgau
Germany
David Schnabel
Germany
Robin Hartmann
Germany
Milan Křivánek
Czech Republic
2006 Chemnitz
Germany
David Schnabel
Germany
Florian Blab
Germany
Robin Hartmann
Germany
2007 Winterthur
Switzerland
Robin Hartmann
Germany
David Schnabel
Germany
Michael Brugger
Germany
2008 Dornbirn
Austria
David Schnabel
Germany
191.64
Florian Blab
Germany
190.37
Robin Hartmann
Germany
188.19
2009 Tavira
Portugal
David Schnabel
Germany
194.39
Florian Blab
Germany
177.29
Sum Yee Samuel Yu
Hong Kong
148.90
2010 Stuttgart
Germany
David Schnabel
Germany
206.57
Florian Blab
Germany
200.16
Hang Cheong Wong
Macao
160.30
2011 Kagoshima
Japan
David Schnabel
Germany
208.91 WR
Florian Blab
Germany
205.17
Hang Cheong Wong
Macao
165.31
2012 Aschaffenburg
Germany
David Schnabel
Germany
208.46
Florian Blab
Germany
198.98
Yannick Martens
Switzerland
164.27
2013 Basel
Switzerland
David Schnabel
Germany
208.25
Michael Niedermeier
Germany
193.67
Wong Chin To
Hong Kong
163.03
2014 Brno
Czech Republic
Michael Niedermeier
Germany
202.55
Simon Puls
Germany
187.51
Wong Chin To
Hong Kong
170.96

Top medal winners (1956–2014)

No.AthleteCountryGoldSilverBronze
1 David Schnabel Flag of Germany.svg Germany810
2 Martin Rominger Flag of Germany.svg Germany700
3Arnold Tschopp Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland620
4Dieter Maute Flag of Germany.svg Germany531
5Franz Kratochwil Flag of Germany.svg West Germany411
6Harry Bodmer Flag of Germany.svg Germany410
7Manfred Maute Flag of Germany.svg West Germany341
8Gerhard Obert Flag of Germany.svg West Germany332
9Kurt Hunsänger Flag of Germany.svg West Germany320

Medals by countries (1956–2014)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Flag of Germany.svg Germany / West Germany 484616110
2Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 851225
3Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany 25512
4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic / Czechoslovakia 111012
5Flag of France.svg  France 0246
6Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 0235
7Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 0044
8Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong 0033
9Flag of Macau.svg  Macau 0022
Totals (9 nations)596159179

Single Artistic cycling – Women

Medalists by year

Women's Medalists
YearLocationGoldSilverBronze
1959Stuttgart
West Germany
Edith Beneke
West Germany
Käthi Wahl
West Germany
Ursula Beckers
West Germany
1960Mülhausen
France
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Edith Manthey
West Germany
Ursula Beckers
West Germany
1961St. Gallen
Switzerland
Gisela Florack
West Germany
Edith Manthey
West Germany
Annerose Loesch
East Germany
1962Wien
Austria
Gisela Florack
West Germany
Gerhild Bauer
West Germany
Annerose Loesch
East Germany
1963Basel
Switzerland
Gerhild Bauer
West Germany
Edith Manthey
West Germany
Annerose Loesch
East Germany
1964Copenhagen
Denmark
Gerhild Bauer
West Germany
Annemarie Fehr
Austria
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
1965Prague
Czechoslovakia
Annemarie Fehr
Austria
Gerhild Bauer
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
1966Köln
West Germany
Gerhild Bauer
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Annemarie Fehr
Austria
1967Baden
Switzerland
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Hildegard Laigre
West Germany
Annemarie Flaig
West Germany
1968Kassel
West Germany
Annemarie Flaig
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Hildegard Laigre
West Germany
1969Erfurt
East Germany
Annemarie Flaig
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Elisabeth Binanzer
West Germany
1970Ostrava
Czechoslovakia
Annemarie Flaig
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Hildegard Laigre
West Germany
1971Baden
Switzerland
Ann. Flaig-Schlosser
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Hildegard Laigre
West Germany
1972Offenburg
West Germany
Ann. Flaig-Schlosser
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Elisabeth Binanzer
West Germany
1973Wien
Austria
Elisabeth Binanzer
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Edith Westhäuser
West Germany
1974Heerlen
Netherlands
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Elisabeth Binanzer
West Germany
Gabi Höhler
West Germany
1975Gent
Belgium
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Regina Jisra
West Germany
Gabi Höhler
West Germany
1976Münster
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Edith Westhäuser
West Germany
Lea Horvathova
Czechoslovakia
1977Brno
Czechoslovakia
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Edith Westhäuser
West Germany
Gabi Höhler
West Germany
1978Herning
Denmark
Gabi Höhler
West Germany
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Gudrun Lorenz
West Germany
1979Schiltigheim
France
Anna Matoušková
Czechoslovakia
Eliane Maggi
Switzerland
Silvia Steiner
Switzerland
1980Rheinfelden
Switzerland
Eliane Maggi
Switzerland
Regina Jisra
West Germany
Lea Horváthová
Czechoslovakia
1981Heerlen
Netherlands
Petra Bender
West Germany
Regina Jisra
West Germany
Eliane Maggi
Switzerland
1982Wiesbaden
West Germany
Maria Beerlage
West Germany
Petra Bender
West Germany
Eliane Maggi
Switzerland
1983Wien
Austria
Maria Beerlage
West Germany
Danuše Hájková
Czechoslovakia
Ursula Pfaff
France
1984Schiltigheim
France
Gudrun Regele
West Germany
Maria Beerlage
West Germany
Danuše Hájková
Czechoslovakia
1985St. Gallen
Switzerland
Eliane Maggi
Switzerland
Gudrun Regele
West Germany
Danuše Hájková
Czechoslovakia
1986Genk
Belgium
Heike Marklein
West Germany
Danuše Hájková
Czechoslovakia
Jana Pospíšilová
Czechoslovakia
1987Herning
Denmark
Marianne Martens
Switzerland
Heike Marklein
West Germany
Danuše Hrdličková
Czechoslovakia
1988Ludwigshafen
West Germany
Marianne Martens
Switzerland
Heike Marklein
West Germany
Iris Kurz
West Germany
1989Heerlen
Netherlands
Heike Marklein
West Germany
Iris Kurz
West Germany
Marianne Martens
Switzerland
1990Bregenz
Austria
Claudia Dreher
West Germany
Marianne Martens
Switzerland
Iris Kurz
West Germany
1991Brno
Czechoslovakia
Iris Kurz
Germany
Andrea Barth
Germany
Sabine Franz
Austria
1992Zürich
Switzerland
Iris Kurz
Germany
Andrea Barth
Germany
Leona Soušková
Czechoslovakia
1993Hong KongIris Kurz
Germany
Andrea Barth
Germany
Leona Soušková
Czech Republic
1994Saarbrücken
Germany
Andrea Barth
Germany
Iris Kurz
Germany
Martina Štěpánková
Czech Republic
1995Epinal
France
Andrea Barth
Germany
Sonja Bissinger
Germany
Leona Soušková
Czech Republic
1996Johor Bahru
Malaysia
Andrea Barth
Germany
Martina Štěpánková
Czech Republic
Daniela Keller
Switzerland
1997Winterthur
Switzerland
Sandra Schlosser
Germany
Martina Štěpánková
Czech Republic
Sonja Bissinger
Germany
1998Přerov
Czech Republic
Martina Štěpánková
Czech Republic
Sonja Bissinger
Germany
Astrid Ruckaberle
Germany
1999Madeira
Portugal
Martina Štěpánková
Czech Republic
Sandra Schlosser
Germany
Astrid Ruckaberle
Germany
2000Böblingen
Germany
Astrid Ruckaberle
Germany
Martina Štěpánková
Czech Republic
Sandra Schlosser
Germany
2001Kaseda
Japan
Astrid Ruckaberle
Germany
Martina Štěpánková
Czech Republic
Nicole Krautwurst
Germany
2002Dornbirn
Austria
Martina Štěpánková
Czech Republic
Astrid Ruckaberle
Germany
Silke Gaiser
Germany
2003Schiltigheim
France
Astrid Ruckaberle
Germany
Corinna Hein
Germany
Martina Štepánková
Czech Republic
2004Tata
Hungary
Claudia Wieland
Germany
Corinna Hein
Germany
Sarah Kohl
Austria
2005Freiburg
Germany
Claudia Wieland
Germany
Sandra Beck
Germany
Denise Boller
Austria
2006Chemnitz
Germany
Sarah Kohl
Austria
Claudia Wieland
Germany
Sandra Beck
Germany
2007 Winterthur
Switzerland
Anja Scheu
Germany
Sarah Kohl
Austria
Sandra Beck
Germany
2008 Dornbirn
Austria
Anja Scheu
Germany
171.04
Sandra Beck
Germany
166.24
Marion Kleinschwärzer
Germany
166.08
2009 Tavira
Portugal
Corinna Hein
Germany
172.19
Sandra Beck
Germany
163.35
Denise Boller
Austria
154.51
2010 Stuttgart
Germany
Denise Boller
Austria
170.63
Marion Kleinschwärzer
Germany
165.64
Corinna Hein
Germany
157.82
2011 Kagoshima
Japan
Corinna Hein
Germany
171.75
Sandra Beck
Germany
169.71
Nikola Lebánková
Czech Republic
156.85
2012 Aschaffenburg
Germany
Corinna Hein
Germany
179.93
Sandra Beck
Germany
177.75
Adriana Mathis
Austria
165.19
2013 Basel
Switzerland
Corinna Hein
Germany
180.11
Lisa Hattemer
Germany
170.12
Seraina Waibel
Switzerland
153.98
2014 Brno
Czech Republic
Corinna Biethan
Germany
178.02
Adriana Mathis
Austria
170.93
Nicole Frýbortová
Slovakia
164.97

Top medal winners (1959–2014)

No.AthleteCountryGoldSilverBronze
1Anna Matoušková Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czechoslovakia782
2 Corinna Hein-Biethan Flag of Germany.svg Germany521
3Annemarie Flaig-Schlosser Flag of Germany.svg West Germany510
4Martina Štěpánková Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic342
5Iris Kurz Flag of Germany.svg Germany330
6Andrea Barth Flag of Germany.svg Germany322
7Gerhild Bauer Flag of Germany.svg West Germany320
8Astrid Ruckaberle Flag of Germany.svg Germany312

Medals by countries (1959–2014)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Flag of Germany.svg Germany / West Germany 393725101
2 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic / Czechoslovakia 10141438
3Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 42612
4Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 33612
5Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany 0033
6Flag of France.svg  France 0011
Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia 0011
Totals (7 nations)565656168

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