1964 UCI Track Cycling World Championships

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1964 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
Host city Paris, France
Date(s)  (1964-09-08 - 1964-09-13)8–13 September 1964
Velodrome Parc des Princes
Events 9
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The 1964 UCI Track Cycling World Championships were the World Championship for track cycling. They took place in Paris, France from 8 to 13 September 1964.[1] Nine events were contested, 7 for men (3 for professionals, 4 for amateurs) and 2 for women.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Professional Events
Men's sprint
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Antonio Maspes
 Italy
Ron Baensch
 Australia
Jos De Bakker
 Belgium
Men's individual pursuit
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Ferdinand Bracke
 Belgium
Leandro Faggin
 Italy
Ercole Baldini
 Italy
Men's motor-paced
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Guillermo Timoner
 Spain
Leo Proost
 Belgium
Karl-Heinz Marsell
 West Germany
Men's Amateur Events
Men's sprint
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Pierre Trentin
 France
Daniel Morelon
 France
Sergio Bianchetto
 Italy
Men's individual pursuit
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Tiemen Groen
 Netherlands
Herman Van Loo
 Belgium
Jiří Daler
 Czechoslovakia
Men's team pursuit
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 West Germany
Lothar Claesges
Karl Link
Karl-Heinz Henrichs
Ernst Streng
 Italy
Attilio Benfatto
Vincenzo Mantovani
Carlo Rancati
Franco Testa
 Soviet Union
Arnold Belgardt
Leonid Kolumbet
Stanislav Moskvin
Sergeï Teretschenkov
Men's motor-paced
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Jacob Oudkerk
 Netherlands
Jean Walschaerts
 Belgium
Daniel Salmon
 France[2]
Women's Events
Women's sprint
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Irina Kiritchenko
 Soviet Union
Galina Ermolaeva
 Soviet Union
Gisèle Caille
 France
Women's individual pursuit
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Yvonne Reynders
 Belgium
Beryl Burton
 Great Britain
Aino Puronen
 Soviet Union

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Belgium (BEL)2316
2 Netherlands (NED)2002
3 Italy (ITA)1225
4 France (FRA)1124
 Soviet Union (URS)1124
6 West Germany (FRG)1012
7 Spain (ESP)1001
8 Australia (AUS)0101
 Great Britain (GBR)0101
10 Czechoslovakia (TCH)0011
Totals (10 nations)99927

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Championship Track Cycling 2014-1893
  2. ^ Selon certaines sources, Daniel Salmon est de nationalité Suisse. En vérité, il est bien Français, lauréat du « Merite Veldor », en 1965, et régulièrement présent sur le podium des Championnats de France de demi-fond amateur entre 1966 et 1969.