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2014 Track Grand Prix
Season details
Dates March 29 — October 4
Events 12
Riders 15 permanents
1 wildcard
2 track reserves
Tournament results
Champion Gold medal icon {{{alias}}} Marcel Kittel
Runner-up Silver medal icon {{{alias}}} Mark Cavendish
3rd place Bronze medal icon {{{alias}}} Peter Sagan
Seasons
Previous season 2013 Track Grand Prix
Next season 2015 Track Grand Prix

The 2014 Track Grand Prix season was the second edition of the Track Grand Prix series. Mark Cavendish became the first champion of series in 2013. The first grand prix was held in Adelaide Super-Dome in Adelaide, Australia.

Qualification Edit

For the 2014 season there were 15 permanent riders, joined at each Grand Prix by one wild card and two track reserves.

Qualified riders Edit

# Rider 2013 place GP Ch place Appearance Previous appearances in series
1 {{{alias}}} Mark Cavendish 1 2nd 2013
2 {{{alias}}} André Greipel 2 2nd2013
3 {{{alias}}} Marcel Kittel 3 2nd 2013
4 {{{alias}}} Peter Sagan 4 2nd 2013
5 {{{alias}}} Edvald Boasson Hagen 5 2nd 2013
6 {{{alias}}} Mark Renshaw 6 1 2nd 2013
7 {{{alias}}} Matti Breschel 7 3 2nd 2013
8 {{{alias}}} Tyler Farrar 8 2nd 2013
9 {{{alias}}} Alexander Kristoff 9 4 2nd 2013
10 {{{alias}}} Thor Hushovd 10 2nd 2013
11 {{{alias}}} Nacer Bouhanni 13 2nd 2013
12 {{{alias}}} Matthew Goss 2 1st
13 {{{alias}}} José Joaquin Rojas 5 1st
14 {{{alias}}} Andrea Guardini 17 2nd 2013
15 {{{alias}}} Arnaud Demare 1st

Qualified substitutes Edit

The following riders qualified as substitutes due to their results in the Grand Prix Challenge.

# Rider 2013 place GP Ch place
19 {{{alias}}} John Degenkolb 11 6
20 {{{alias}}} Daniele Bennati 12 7
21 {{{alias}}} Michael Mørkøv 8

Calendar Edit

# Date City and venueWinnerRunner-up3rd placed4th placed
1 March 29 {{{alias}}} Adelaide Super-Drome, Gepps Cross {{{alias}}} Peter Sagan {{{alias}}} Edvald Boasson Hagen {{{alias}}} Matthew Goss {{{alias}}} Mark Cavendish
2 April 12 {{{alias}}} BGZ Arena, Pruszków {{{alias}}} Marcel Kittel {{{alias}}} Mark Cavendish {{{alias}}} Matthew Goss {{{alias}}} Arnaud Demare
3 April 25 {{{alias}}} Ferry-Dusika-Hallenstadion, Vienna {{{alias}}} José Joaquin Rojas {{{alias}}} André Greipel {{{alias}}} Edvald Boasson Hagen {{{alias}}} Peter Sagan
4 May 9 {{{alias}}} Vélodrome de Hyères-Toulon-Var, Hyères {{{alias}}} Kévin Sireau {{{alias}}} Nacer Bouhanni {{{alias}}} Matthew Goss {{{alias}}} Mark Cavendish
5 May 24 {{{alias}}} Ballerup Super Arena, Copenhagen {{{alias}}} Edvald Boasson Hagen {{{alias}}} Matthew Goss {{{alias}}} Lasse Norman Hansen {{{alias}}} Alexander Kristoff
6 June 7 {{{alias}}} Lokosfinks Velodrome, St. Petersburg {{{alias}}} Peter Sagan {{{alias}}} André Greipel {{{alias}}} Thor Hushovd {{{alias}}} Mark Renshaw
7 June 21 {{{alias}}} Kuipke, Ghent {{{alias}}} André Greipel {{{alias}}} Peter Sagan {{{alias}}} Mark Cavendish {{{alias}}} Edvald Boasson Hagen
8 August 9 {{{alias}}} Laoshan Velodrome, Beijing {{{alias}}} Marcel Kittel {{{alias}}} Arnaud Demare {{{alias}}} Alexander Kristoff {{{alias}}} Nacer Bouhanni
9 August 23 {{{alias}}} Radstadion, Köln {{{alias}}} André Greipel {{{alias}}} Mark Cavendish {{{alias}}} Marcel Kittel {{{alias}}} Nacer Bouhanni
10 September 6 {{{alias}}} Velodromo Fassa Bortolo, Montichiari {{{alias}}} Andrea Guardini {{{alias}}} Peter Sagan {{{alias}}} Arnaud Demare {{{alias}}} John Degenkolb
11 September 20 {{{alias}}} Velòdrom d'Horta, Barcelona {{{alias}}} Arnaud Demare {{{alias}}} Peter Sagan {{{alias}}} Nacer Bouhanni {{{alias}}} Alexander Kristoff
12 October 4 {{{alias}}} London Velopark, London {{{alias}}} Jason Kenny {{{alias}}} Tyler Farrar {{{alias}}} Arnaud Demare {{{alias}}} Marcel Kittel

Classification Edit

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1 {{{alias}}} (3) Marcel Kittel 1531220111191012181571414
2 {{{alias}}} (1) Mark Cavendish 1471419111512712111591012
3 {{{alias}}} (4) Peter Sagan 140171015181711817207
4 {{{alias}}} (2) André Greipel 13411111221219178181176
5 {{{alias}}} (15) Arnaud Demare 12391078797149131218
6 {{{alias}}} (5) Edvald Boasson Hagen 11614817101381257967
7 {{{alias}}} (12) Matthew Goss 112171210131681065753
8 {{{alias}}} (11) Nacer Bouhanni 995511487131281412
9 {{{alias}}} (9) Alexander Kristoff 98095111441811121112
10 {{{alias}}} (14) Andrea Guardini 876793374881787
11 {{{alias}}} (13) José Joaquin Rojas 8147159761074471
12 {{{alias}}} (7) Matti Breschel 59978663839
13 {{{alias}}} (10) Thor Hushovd 555236712711254
14 {{{alias}}} (8) Tyler Farrar 5474610345312
15 {{{alias}}} (6) Mark Renshaw 544474121256
16 {{{alias}}} (19) John Degenkolb 5083911109
17 {{{alias}}} (20) Daniele Bennati 18343161
18 {{{alias}}} (16) Kévin Sireau 1818
19 {{{alias}}} (16) Jason Kenny 1313
20 {{{alias}}} (16) Lasse Norman Hansen 1212
21 {{{alias}}} (21) Michael Mørkøv 55
22 {{{alias}}} (16) Chao Xu 55
23 {{{alias}}} (16) Elia Viviani 55
24 {{{alias}}} (16) Shane Perkins 44
25 {{{alias}}} (16) Denis Dmitriev 33
26 {{{alias}}} (16) Kenny de Ketele 33
27 {{{alias}}} (16) Robert Förstermann 33
28 {{{alias}}} (16) Michał Kwiatkowski 11
29 {{{alias}}} (16) Riccardo Zöidl 11
30 {{{alias}}} (17) Matthias Brändle 00
31 {{{alias}}} (17) Quentin Lafargue 00
32 {{{alias}}} (17) Sebastian Lander 00
33 {{{alias}}} (17) Ivan Kovalev 00
34 {{{alias}}} (17) Moreno de Pauw 00
35 {{{alias}}} (17) Stefan Bötticher 00
36 {{{alias}}} (17) Alex Buttazzoni 00
37 {{{alias}}} (16) Juan Peralta 00
38 {{{alias}}} (16) Matthew Crampton 00

References Edit

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