Track Cycling
World Championships

Men: Points Race for Amateurs

Year Location
1991 Stuttgart (ger) Bruno Risi (sui) Stephen McGlede (aus) Jan Bo Petersen (den)
1990 Maebashi (jpn) Stephen McGlede (aus) Bruno Risi (sui) Jan Bo Petersen (den)
1989 Lyon (fra) Marat Satybaldiyev (urs) Fabio Baldato (ita) Leo Peelen (ned)
1987 Wien (aut) Marat Ganeyev (urs) Uwe Messerschmidt (frg) Pascal Lino (fra)
1986 Colorado Springs (usa) Dan Frost (den) Olaf Ludwig (gdr) Leonard Nitz (usa)
1985 Bassano del Grappa (ita) Martin Penc (tch) Philippe Grivel (sui) Dan Frost (den)
1983 Zürich (sui) Michael Marcussen (den) Hans-Joachim Pohl (gdr) Ivan Romanov (urs)
1982 Leicester (gbr) Hans-Joachim Pohl (gdr) Michael Marcussen (den) Karl Krenauer (aut)
1981 Brünn (tch) Lutz Haueisen (gdr) Leonard Nitz (usa) Michael Marcussen (den)
1980 Besançon (fra) Gary Sutton (aus) Viktor Manakov (urs) Josef Kristen (frg)
1979 Amsterdam (ned) Igor Slama (tch) Pierangelo Bincoletto (ita) Urs Freuler (sui)
1978 München (frg) Noël de Jonckhere (bel) Walter Baumgartner (sui) Jean-Jacques Rebière (fra)
1977 San Cristobal (ven) Constant Tourné (bel) Jan Faltyn (pol) Nikolay Makarov (urs)

Note:
1977-1991: Only amateurs were allowed to compete, there was also a points race competition for pro's.