2011 UCI Track Cycling World Championships

The 101st UCI Track World Championships were held until 27 March 2011 at Apeldoorn, the Netherlands on 23. The world championships were wearing in 2008 opened " Omnisport " in the find 6500 spectators in the grandstands place. The competitions were held on a 250 m long wooden railway. At two of the five days of competition, the arena was sold out.

With eight gold medals Australia presented the most successful team, in second place was the French team with two gold medals. Successful athlete was the Australian Anna Meares, who won three gold medals in the sprint, keirin and the team sprint. Gregory Bauge of France won two gold medals in the sprint and team sprint. He was consecutively for the third time sprint world champion. The most successful German rider was the Schwerin Stefan Nimke with gold in the time trial and silver in the team sprint.

In January 2012, the International Cycling Union Union announced Cycliste Internationale (UCI ) that were Baugé stripped of his two world titles in 2011, because he had repeatedly violated the reporting requirements of the world -Doping Agency WADA. This was seen as a doping offense.


Individual pursuit

Team Pursuit



Team Sprint

Time trial

Points race




Medal Tally

German team

Endurance Men

Nikias Arndt, Marcel Barth, Robert Bengsch, Henning Bommel, Ralf Matzka, Erik Mohs, Stefan Schaefer, Franz Schiewer, Jacob Steigmiller

Stamina women

Charlotte Becker, Lisa Brennauer, Elke Gebhardt, Verena Jooss, Madeleine Sand

Short men

Stefan Boetticher, Sebastian Döhrer, Joachim Eilers, Rene Enders, Robert Förstemann ( defending champion team sprint ), Maximilian Levy ( defending champion team sprint ), Stefan Nimke ( defending champion team sprint )

Short-term women

Miriam Welte, Kristina Vogel

Swiss team

Alexander Aeschbach, Silvan Dillier, Claudio Imhof, Tristan Marguet, Kilian Moser, Loïc Perizzolo

Pascale Schnider, Andrea Wolfer