2007 UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men’s sprint

The men’s sprint was one of the 10 men’s events at the 2007 UCI Track World Championship, held in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

Rainbow jersey

39 cyclists from 16 countries participated in the contest. After the qualifying heats, the fastest 24 riders in each advanced to the 1/16 finals.[1]

The first rider in each of the 12 heats advance to the second round.[2] There is no repechage for this round.

The first rider from each of the six second round heats advance to the quarterfinals and the second placed riders face a repechage[3] to determine the other two that will complete the quarterfinals.[4]

The first rider in each quarterfinal advanced to the semifinals and the four losing athletes faced a race for 5th–8th place.[5]

The qualifying, first round, second round, second round repechages and quarterfinals took place on 31 March. The semifinals and finals took place on 1 April. The final started at 17:20.[6]

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World record
WR 9.772  Theo Bos (NED) Moscow 16 December 2006
Rank Name 100 m Time Speed
(km/h)
Q
100–200
1  Mickaël Bourgain (FRA) 4.944 (1) 9.968 72.231 Q
5.024 (1)
2  Theo Bos (NED) 4.971 (3) 10.045 71.677 Q
5.074 (2)
3  Craig MacLean (GBR) 4.985 (4) 10.110 71.216 Q
5.125 (4)
4  Grégory Baugé (FRA) 4.964 (2) 10.134 71.047 Q
5.170 (7)
5  Maximilian Levy (GER) 5.029 (5) 10.163 70.845 Q
5.134 (5)
6  Ross Edgar (GBR) 5.066 (7) 10.191 70.650 Q
5.125 (3)
7  José Antonio Escuredo (ESP) 5.045 (6) 10.254 70.216 Q
5.209 (10)
8  Stefan Nimke (GER) 5.078 (8) 10.264 70.148 Q
5.186 (9)
9  Tim Veldt (NED) 5.093 (11) 10.271 70.100 Q
5.178 (8)
10  Lukasz Kwiatkowski (POL) 5.117 (13) 10.286 69.998 Q
5.169 (6)
11  Teun Mulder (NED) 5.086 (10) 10.303 69.882 Q
5.217 (11)
12  Mark French (AUS) 5.082 (9) 10.324 69.740 Q
5.242 (14)
13  Damian Zielinski (POL) 5.117 (14) 10.344 69.605 Q
5.227 (12)
14  Ryan Bayley (AUS) 5.120 (15) 10.352 69.551 Q
5.232 (13)
15  Arnaud Tournant (FRA) 5.101 (12) 10.353 69.545 Q
5.252 (6)
16  Roberto Chiappa (ITA) 5.141 (18) 10.383 69.344 Q
5.242 (15)
17  Shane Perkins (AUS) 5.131 (16) 10.414 69.137 Q
5.283 (21)
17  Andriy Vynokurov (UKR) 5.153 (21) 10.414 69.137 Q
5.261 (17)
19  Matthew Crampton (GBR) 5.152 (20) 10.431 69.025 Q
5.279 (20)
20  Scott Sunderland (AUS) 5.154 (22) 10.433 69.011 Q
5.279 (19)
21  Matthias John (GER) 5.148 (19) 10.474 68.741 Q
5.326 (25)
22  Michael Seidenbecher (GER) 5.187 (25) 10.480 68.702 Q
5.293 (22)
23  Tsubasa Kitatsuru (JPN) 5.212 (27) 10.482 68.689 Q
5.270 (18)
24  Ricardo Lynch (JAM) 5.132 (17) 10.492 68.623 Q
5.360 (28)
25  Denis Dmitriev (RUS) 5.180 (24) 10.506 68.532
5.326 (26)
26  Zhang Lei (CHN) 5.192 (26) 10.507 68.525
5.315 (23)
27  Adam Ptacnik (CZE) 5.214 (28) 10.535 68.343
5.321 (24)
28  Kazunari Watanabe (JPN) 5.167 (23) 10.541 68.304
5.374 (29)
29  Sergey Borisov (RUS) 5.218 (29) 10.573 68.097
5.355 (27)
30  Kiyofumi Nagai (JPN) 5.227 (30) 10.634 67.707
5.407 (31)
31  Tang Qi (CHN) 5.277 (31) 10.684 67.390
5.407 (30)
32  Azizulhasni Awang (MAS) 5.285 (32) 10.732 67.089
5.447 (34)
33  Mohd Rizal Tisin (MAS) 5.323 (34) 10.751 66.970
5.428 (32)
34  Maciej Bielecki (POL) 5.316 (33) 10.788 66.740
5.472 (35)
35  Denis Spicka (CZE) 5.347 (35) 10.794 66.703
5.447 (33)
36  Mikhail Shikhalev (RUS) 5.350 (36) 10.841 66.414
5.491 (37)
37  Ivan Vrba (CZE) 5.378 (38) 10.869 66.243
5.491 (36)
38  Itmar Esteban Herraiz (ESP) 5.354 (37) 10.878 66.188
5.524 (38)
 Travis Smith (CAN) DNS

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