Jason Queally

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Name: Jason
Family name: Queally
Nationality: Great Britain
Gender:
Age: 44 years
Date of birth: 11-05-1970
Place of birth: Chorley (Lancashire), Great Britain

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1996    2º in National Championship, Track, 1 km, Elite, Great Britain, Great Britain 


1998    2º in Commonwealth Games, Track, 1 km, Malaysia 
1998    2º in National Championship, Track, 1 km, Elite, Great Britain, Great Britain 


1999    2º in World Championship, Track, Team Sprint, Elite, Unknown 
1999    2º in Mexico City, 1 km, Mexico City (Distrito Federal), Mexico 
1999    1º in Mexico City, Team Sprint, Mexico City (Distrito Federal), Mexico  + Chris Hoy  + Craig MacLean 


2000    1º in National Championship, Track, 1 km, Elite, Great Britain, Great Britain 
2000    1º in Olympic Games, Track, 1 km, Elite, Sydney (New South Wales), Australia 
2000    3º in World Championship, Track, 1 km, Elite, Unknown 
2000    2º in World Championship, Track, Team Sprint, Elite, Unknown 


2001    3º in World Championship, Track, Team Sprint, Elite, Unknown 


2002    1º in Moscou, Team Sprint, Moscou (Moscou City), Russia  + Jamie Staff  + Andrew Christopher 
2002    2º in Commonwealth Games, Track, 1 km, Unknown 
2002    2º in Commonwealth Games, Track, Team Sprint, Elite, Unknown 


2003    1º in Cape Town, Team Sprint, Cape Town (Western Cape), South Africa  + Jamie Staff  + Chris Hoy 
2003    2º in National Championship, Track, 1 km, Elite, Great Britain, Manchester (Manchester), Great Britain 
2003    1º in National Championship, Track, Team Sprint, Elite, Great Britain, Manchester (Manchester), Great Britain  + Chris Hoy  + Craig MacLean 


2004    2º in Moscou, 1 km, Moscou (Moscou City), Russia 
2004    2º in Moscou, Team Sprint, Moscou (Moscou City), Russia 


2005    1º in Moscou, 1 km, Moscou (Moscou City), Russia 
2005    1º in Manchester, Team Sprint, Manchester (Manchester), Great Britain  + Chris Hoy  + Craig MacLean 
2005    1º in World Championship, Track, Team Sprint, Elite, Los Angeles (California), United States of America  + Chris Hoy  + Jamie Staff 
2005    2º in World Championship, Track, 1 km, Elite, Unknown 
2005    1º in Moscou, 1 km, Moscou (Moscou City), Russia 
2005    2º in Moscou, Team Sprint, Moscou (Moscou City), Russia 
2005    2º in Los Angeles, 1 km, Los Angeles (California), United States of America 
2005    2º in Manchester, 1 km, Manchester (Manchester), Great Britain 


2006    2º in Commonwealth Games, Track, 1 km, Unknown 
2006    2º in Commonwealth Games, Track, Team Sprint, Elite, Melbourne (Victoria), Australia 
2006    2º in World Championship, Track, Team Sprint, Elite, Bordeaux (Aquitaine), France 
2006    1º in National Championship, Track, Team Sprint, Elite, Great Britain, Manchester (Manchester), Great Britain  + Chris Hoy  + Craig MacLean 
2006    2º in Sydney, 1 km, Sydney (New South Wales), Australia 
2006    3º in Sydney, Team Sprint, Sydney (New South Wales), Australia 


2007    3º in Los Angeles, Team Sprint, Los Angeles (California), United States of America 
2007    3º in Beijing, Team Sprint, Beijing (Beijing), China 


2010    1º in European Championship, Track, Team Pursuit, Elite, Pruszków (Mazowieckie), Poland  + Steven Burke  + Edward Clancy  + Andrew Tennant 

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Stats

Victories in the database: 12
Track – European Championship: 1
Track – National Championship: 3
Track – Olympic Championship: 1
Track – World Cup: 6
Track – World Championship: 1
Victories by team/year:
2006: 1 victory