1966 UCI Track Cycling World Championships

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1966 UCI Track Cycling World Championships
Host city Frankfurt, West Germany
Date(s)  (1966-08-22 - 1966-09-04)22 August - 4 September 1966
Velodrome Waldstadion
Events 11
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The 1966 UCI Track Cycling World Championships were the World Championship for track cycling. They took place in Frankfurt, West Germany from 29 August to 4 September 1966.[1] Eleven events were contested, 9 for men (3 for professionals, 6 for amateurs) and 2 for women.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Professional Events
Men's sprint
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Giuseppe Beghetto
 Italy
Ron Baensch
 Australia
Sante Gaiardoni
 Italy
Men's individual pursuit
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Leandro Faggin
 Italy
Ferdinand Bracke
 Belgium
Dieter Kemper
 West Germany
Men's motor-paced
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Romain De Loof
 Belgium
Ehrenfried Rudolph
 West Germany
Leo Proost
 Belgium
Men's Amateur Events
Men's 1 km time trial
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Pierre Trentin
 France
Paul Seye
 Belgium
Frans Van Den Ruit
 Netherlands
Men's sprint
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Daniel Morelon
 France
Pierre Trentin
 France
Omar Phakadze
 Soviet Union
Men's individual pursuit
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Tiemen Groen
 Netherlands
Jiří Daler
 Czechoslovakia
Giorgio Ursi
 Italy
Men's team pursuit
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 Italy
Cipriano Chemello
Antonio Castello
Luigi Roncaglia
Gino Pancini
 West Germany
Karl-Heinz Henrichs
Herbert Honz
Jürgen Kissner
Karl Link
 Soviet Union
Viktor Bykov
Mikhail Kolyuschev
Stanislav Moskvin
Leonid Vukolov
Men's motor-paced
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Piet De Wit
 Netherlands
Bert Romyn
 Netherlands
Christian Giscos
 France
Men's tandem
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 France
Daniel Morelon
Pierre Trentin
 West Germany
Klaus Kobusch
Martin Stenzel
 Italy
Walter Gorini
Giordano Turrini
Women's Events
Women's sprint
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Irina Kiritchenko
 Soviet Union
Valentina Savina
 Soviet Union
Heidi Blobner
 East Germany
Women's individual pursuit
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Beryl Burton
 Great Britain
Yvonne Reynders
 Belgium
Hannelore Mattig
 East Germany

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 3 1 1 5
2  Italy 3 0 3 6
3  Netherlands 2 1 1 4
4  Belgium 1 3 1 5
5  Soviet Union 1 1 2 4
6  Great Britain 1 0 0 1
7  West Germany 0 3 1 4
8  Australia 0 1 0 1
 Czechoslovakia 0 1 0 1
10  East Germany 0 0 2 2
TOTAL 11 11 11 33

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