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2001 Speedway World Cup

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Dates  July 1 - July 7
Cities  2
Venues  2
Champion  Australia
2001 Speedway World Cup
Host nations  Poland (Race-Off and the Final)
Heats  122 + 1 Run-off (in 5 events)

The 2001 Speedway World Cup (SWC) was the 1st FIM Speedway World Cup season. The Final took place on 7 July 2008 in Wrocław, Poland. The tournament was won by Australia (68 points) and they beat host team Poland (65 pts), Sweden (51 pts), Denmark (44 pts) and United States (30 pts) in the Final.

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Qualification

The two group winners and runners-up qualified to 2001 Speedway World Cup.

Venues

Two cities were selected to host SWC finals events:

Race-off

  • Last chance
  • 2001-07-05
  • Wrocław, Olympic Stadium
  • Referee: Wojciech Grodzki
  • Final

  • The Final
  • 2001-07-07
  • Wrocław, Olympic Stadium
  • Referee: Anthony Steele
  • References

    2001 Speedway World Cup Wikipedia


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