UCI Track Cycling World Championships

The UCI Track Cycling World Championships are the set of world championship events for the various disciplines and distances in track cycling. They are regulated by the Union Cycliste Internationale. Before 1900, they were administered by the UCI's predecessor, the International Cycling Association (ICA).

Current events include: time trial, keirin, individual pursuit, team pursuit, points race, scratch race, sprint, team sprint, omnium and madison. Women's events are generally shorter than men's. Events which are no longer held include the motor paced events and tandem events.


World championships were first held in 1893, in Chicago, under the ICA. They were for amateurs. Separate professional races were held from 1895, in Cologne. Amateurs and professionals competed in separate events until 1993, after which they raced together in "open" races. Championships are open to riders selected by their national cycling association. They compete in the colours of their country.

The winner of ICA championships received a gold medal. 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. Former champions can wear rainbow cuffs to their everyday jerseys.

World track championships are allocated to different countries each year. They are run by that country's national cycling association, although the top referees (President of the Commissaire's panel - PCP, Secretary, Starter, and Judge Referee) are International Commissaires appointed by the UCI.


11893 United StatesChicagoSouth Side Park
21894 BelgiumAntwerp
31895 GermanyCologneRiehler Radrennbahn
41896 DenmarkCopenhagenOrdrup Velodrome
51897 United KingdomGlasgowCeltic Park
61898 AustriaViennaPrater Park
71899 CanadaMontrealVélodrome de Queen's Park
81900 FranceParisParc des Princes
91901 GermanyBerlinRadrennbahn Friedenau
101902 ItalyRome
 GermanyBerlinRadrennbahn Friedenau
111903 DenmarkCopenhagenOrdrup Velodrome
121904 United KingdomLondonCrystal Palace
131905 BelgiumAntwerp
141906  SwitzerlandGeneva
151907 FranceParisParc des Princes
161908 GermanyLeipzigSportplatz Leipzig
BerlinRadrennbahn Steglitz
171909 DenmarkCopenhagenOrdrup Velodrome
181910 BelgiumBrussels
191911 ItalyRome
201912 United StatesNewarkNewark Velodrome
211913 GermanyBerlinDeutsches Stadion
LeipzigSportplatz Leipzig
221914 DenmarkCopenhagenOrdrup Velodrome
1915–1919: not held due to the WWI
231920 BelgiumAntwerp
241921 DenmarkCopenhagenOrdrup Velodrome
251922 United KingdomLiverpool
261923  SwitzerlandZürichOerlikon Velodrome
271924 FranceParisParc des Princes
281925 NetherlandsAmsterdam
291926 ItalyMilan
301927 GermanyCologneMüngersdorfer Radrennbahn
ElberfeldStadion am Zoo
311928 HungaryBudapestMillenáris Sporttelep
321929  SwitzerlandZürichOerlikon Velodrome
331930 BelgiumBrusselsHeysel Stadium
341931 DenmarkCopenhagenOrdrup Velodrome
351932 ItalyRomeStadio Nazionale PNF
361933 FranceParisParc des Princes
371934 GermanyLeipzigSportplatz Leipzig
381935 BelgiumBrusselsHeysel Stadium
391936  SwitzerlandZürichOerlikon Velodrome
401937 DenmarkCopenhagenOrdrup Velodrome
411938 NetherlandsAmsterdamOlympic Stadium
421939 ItalyMilanVelodromo Vigorelli[1]
1940–1945: not held due to the WWII
431946  SwitzerlandZürichOerlikon Velodrome
441947 FranceParisParc des Princes
451948 NetherlandsAmsterdamOlympic Stadium
461949 DenmarkCopenhagenOrdrup Velodrome
471950 BelgiumRocourtStade Vélodrome de Rocourt
481951 ItalyMilanVelodromo Vigorelli[1]
491952 FranceParisParc des Princes
501953  SwitzerlandZürichOerlikon Velodrome
511954 West GermanyCologneMüngersdorfer Stadion
WuppertalStadion am Zoo
521955 ItalyMilanVelodromo Vigorelli[1]
531956 DenmarkCopenhagenOrdrup Velodrome
541957 BelgiumRocourtStade Vélodrome de Rocourt
551958 FranceParisParc des Princes
561959 NetherlandsAmsterdamOlympic Stadium
571960 East GermanyLeipzigAlfred-Rosch-Kampfbahn
ChemnitzChemnitz Velodrome
581961  SwitzerlandZürichOerlikon Velodrome
591962 ItalyMilanVelodromo Vigorelli[1]
601963 BelgiumRocourtStade Vélodrome de Rocourt
611964 FranceParisParc des Princes
621965 SpainSan SebastiánVelódromo de Anoeta
631966 West GermanyFrankfurtWaldstadion
641967 NetherlandsAmsterdamOlympic Stadium
651968 ItalyRomeOlympic Velodrome
 UruguayMontevideoAmerico Ricaldoni
661969 BelgiumAntwerpSportpaleis
 CzechoslovakiaBrnoBrno Velodrome
671970 United KingdomLeicesterSaffron Lane Velodrome
681971 ItalyVareseLuigi Ganna Velodrome
691972 FranceMarseilleStade Vélodrome
701973 SpainSan SebastiánVelódromo de Anoeta
711974 CanadaMontrealUniversité de Montréal Velodrome
721975 BelgiumRocourtStade Vélodrome de Rocourt
731976 ItalyMonteroni di LecceUlivi Velodrome
741977 VenezuelaSan CristóbalJosé de Jesús Mora Figueroa Velodrome
751978 West GermanyMunichRadstadion
761979 NetherlandsAmsterdamVelodrome Amsterdam
771980 FranceBesançonStade Léo Lagrange
781981 CzechoslovakiaBrnoBrno Velodrome
791982 United KingdomLeicesterSaffron Lane Velodrome
801983  SwitzerlandZürichOerlikon Velodrome
811984 SpainBarcelonaVelòdrom d'Horta
821985 ItalyBassano del GrappaStadio Rino Mercante
831986 United StatesColorado Springs7-Eleven USOTC Velodrome
841987 AustriaViennaFerry-Dusika-Hallenstadion
851988 BelgiumGhentVlaams Wielercentrum Eddy Merckx
861989 FranceLyonVélodrome Georges-Préveral
871990 JapanMaebashiGreen Dome Maebashi
881991 GermanyStuttgartHanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
891992 SpainValenciaLuis Puig Velodrome
901993 NorwayHamarVikingskipet Olympic Arena
911994 ItalyPalermoVelodromo Paolo Borsellino
921995 ColombiaBogotáLuis Carlos Galán Velodrome
931996 United KingdomManchesterManchester Velodrome
941997 AustraliaPerthPerth SpeedDome
951998 FranceBordeauxVélodrome de Bordeaux
961999 GermanyBerlinBerlin Velodrome
972000 United KingdomManchesterManchester Velodrome
982001 BelgiumAntwerpSportpaleis
992002 DenmarkBallerupSiemens Arena
1002003 GermanyStuttgartHanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
1012004 AustraliaMelbourneMelbourne Park Multi-Purpose Venue
1022005 United StatesLos AngelesLA Velodrome15
1032006 FranceBordeauxVélodrome de Bordeaux15
1042007 SpainPalma de MallorcaPalma Arena17
1052008 United KingdomManchesterManchester Velodrome18
1062009 PolandPruszkówBGŻ Arena19
1072010 DenmarkBallerupBallerup Super Arena19
1082011 NetherlandsApeldoornOmnisport Apeldoorn19
1092012 AustraliaMelbourneMelbourne Park Multi-Purpose Venue19
1102013 BelarusMinskMinsk-Arena19
1112014 ColombiaCaliVelódromo Alcides Nieto Patiño19
1122015 FranceMontigny-le-BretonneuxVélodrome de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines19
1132016 United KingdomLondonLee Valley VeloPark19
1142017 Hong KongHong KongHong Kong Velodrome20
1152018 NetherlandsApeldoornOmnisport Apeldoorn20
1162019 PolandPruszkówBGŻ Arena
1172020 GermanyBerlinVelodrom
1182021 TurkmenistanAshgabatAshgabat Velodrome

All-time medal table

Updated after 2018 Championships.
1 France (FRA)141110124375
2 Great Britain (GBR)1047765246
3 Netherlands (NED)888887263
4 Australia (AUS)798870237
5 Italy (ITA)788596259
6 Germany (GER)696982220
7 Soviet Union (URS)585035143
8 Belgium (BEL)505248150
9 United States (USA)464342131
10 East Germany (GDR)34312893
11  Switzerland (SUI)333436103
12 West Germany (FRG)29313090
13 Denmark (DEN)28373398
14 Russia (RUS)23212670
15 Spain (ESP)19191452
16 Czechoslovakia (TCH)1491841
17 Belarus (BLR)132823
18 Japan (JPN)12101335
19 New Zealand (NZL)11191848
20 Poland (POL)97723
21 Colombia (COL)65011
22 Canada (CAN)5191539
23 Austria (AUT)571123
24 China (CHN)414927
25 Ukraine (UKR)46313
26 Cuba (CUB)44513
27 Czech Republic (CZE)35715
28 Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF)3238
29 Lithuania (LTU)281121
30 Norway (NOR)2338
31 Ireland (IRL)2226
32 Mexico (MEX)16411
33 Argentina (ARG)151016
34 Malaysia (MAS)1236
35 South Africa (SAF)1214
36 Luxembourg (LUX)0224
37 Greece (GRE)0123
38 Barbados (BAR)0112
39 Bohemia (BOH)0101
 Latvia (LAT)0101
 Portugal (POR)0101
 Uruguay (URU)0101
43 Sweden (SWE)0022
 Trinidad and Tobago (TTO)0022
45 Estonia (EST)0011
 Kazakhstan (KAZ)0011
 Liechtenstein (LIE)0011
 South Korea (KOR)0011
Totals (48 nations)9829809802942

Results by country

Results by event

See also


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