1999 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
The 89th UCI Track World Championships took place from 20 to 24 October 1999 Velodrome in Berlin. 33 nations took part.
This title fights experienced a competition between the two dominant track cycling nations, France and Germany. Athletes of the two countries won 21 of 36 possible medals. But two gold medals went to Frenchman Arnaud Tournant, the 1000m time trial in the Olympic and Sprint, but also to the German Robert Bartko in the individual pursuit and with the train of four. The German Jens Fiedler won a gold ( Keirin ) and a silver medal (sprint ).
For women, the Frenchwomen Felicia ball Anger dominated each with a gold medal in the sprint and time trial - so you managed this double win for the fifth time in a row - as well as her teammate Marion Clignet with World Championship titles in the points race and individual pursuit.