2009 UCI Road World Championships – Women's road race

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Women's road race
2009 UCI Road World Championships
Peloton, Mendrisio 2009 - Women Elite.jpg
The peloton just after the start in Mendrisio
Race details
Date 26 September 2009
Distance 124.2 km (77.17 mi)
Winning time 3h 33' 25"
Medalists
 Gold  Tatiana Guderzo (Italy)
 Silver  Marianne Vos (Netherlands)
 Bronze  Noemi Cantele (Italy)
2008
2010
2009 UCI Road World Championships
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Participating nations
Elite events
List of elite cyclists
Elite road race   men   women
Elite time trial   men   women
Under-23 events
List of under-23 cyclists
Under-23 road race   men  
Under-23 time trial   men  
 
Qualification

The women's road race of the 2009 UCI Road World Championships cycling event took place on 26 September in Mendrisio, Switzerland.[1] The race was won by Italy's Tatiana Guderzo, followed by Marianne Vos (Netherland) and Noemi Cantele (Italy).[2]

Participating nations[edit]

No. Code Nation
1-7 GBR  Great Britain
8-14 NED  Netherlands
15-20 GER  Germany
21-24 SWE  Sweden
25-30 AUS  Australia
31-36 USA  United States
37-42 ITA  Italy
43-48 LTU  Lithuania
49-54 RUS  Russia
55-59 BEL  Belgium
60-61 DEN  Denmark
62-67 FRA  France
68-73 CAN  Canada
74-79 SUI   Switzerland
80-81 AUT  Austria
82-84 NZL  New Zealand
85-86 RSA  South Africa
No. Code Nation
87-91 UKR  Ukraine
92-97 ESP  Spain
98-100 MEX  Mexico
101 CZE  Czech Republic
102-104 SLO  Slovenia
105-106 BRA  Brazil
107-110 POL  Poland
111-114 THA  Thailand
115 NOR  Norway
116-118 CRO  Croatia
119-120 SKT  Saint Kitts and Nevis
121-122 IRL  Ireland
123 INA  Indonesia
124 ARG  Argentina
125 TUR  Turkey
126 AND  Andorra
127 POR  Portugal
Noemi Cantele won bronze

Final classification[edit]

# Rider Time
1 Italy Tatiana Guderzo (Italy) 3h 33:25
2 Netherlands Marianne Vos (Netherlands) + 19
3 Italy Noemi Cantele (Italy) + 19
4 United States Kristin Armstrong (United States) + 19
5 Lithuania Diana Ziliute (Lithuania) + 1:07
6 Germany Judith Arndt (Germany) + 1:07
7 Canada Erinne Willock (Canada) + 1:07
8 Switzerland Nicole Brändli (Switzerland) + 1:07
9 Belgium Grace Verbeke (Belgium) + 1:07
10 New Zealand Catherine Cheatley (New Zealand) + 1:07
11 Sweden Emma Johansson (Sweden) + 1:07
12 Australia Ruth Corset (Australia) + 1:07
13 Lithuania Edita Pucinskaite (Lithuania) + 1:07
14 United Kingdom Emma Pooley (Great Britain) + 1:07
15 United States Evelyn Stevens (United States) + 1:07
16 Denmark Linda Melanie Villumsen (Denmark) + 3:02
17 Poland Paulina Brzezna (Poland) + 3:41
18 United States Mara Abbott (United States) + 4:51
19 Germany Claudia Häusler (Germany) + 5:51
20 Spain Ana Garcia Antequera (Spain) + 5:54
21 Netherlands Andrea Bosman (Netherlands) + 6:54
22 Belgium Ludivine Henrion (Belgium) + 6:54
23 Netherlands Chantal Blaak (Netherlands) + 6:54
24 Russia Julia Martisova (Russia) + 6:54
25 France Christel Ferrier-Bruneau (France) + 6:54
26 France Edwige Pitel (France) + 6:54
27 United Kingdom Elizabeth Armitstead (Great Britain) + 6:54
28 United Kingdom Sharon Laws (Great Britain) + 6:54
29 Germany Trixi Worrack (Germany) + 6:54
30 Italy Fabiana Luperini (Italy) + 6:54
31 France Karine Gautard (France) + 9:52
32 Lithuania Rasa Leleivyte (Lithuania) + 10:11
33 New Zealand Kaytee Boyd (New Zealand) + 10:11
34 South Africa Carla Swart (South Africa) + 10:11
35 France Sophie Creux (France) + 10:11
36 Poland Monika Grzebinoga (Poland) + 10:11
37 South Africa Marissa Van Der Merwe (South Africa) + 10:11
38 Mexico Verónica Leal Balderas (Mexico) + 10:11
39 Austria Christiane Soeder (Austria) + 10:11
40 Canada Tara Whitten (Canada) + 10:11
41 Ukraine Olena Oliinyk (Ukraine) + 10:11
42 Netherlands Regina Bruins (Netherlands) + 10:13
43 Netherlands Irene Van Den Broek (Netherlands) + 10:13
44 France Julie Krasniak (France) + 10:13
45 Netherlands Loes Gunnewijk (Netherlands) + 10:13
46 Italy Monia Baccaille (Italy) + 10:18
47 Italy Luisa Tamanini (Italy) + 10:18
48 France Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli (France) + 12:09
49 Russia Oxana Kozonchuk (Russia) + 12:46
50 Ukraine Eivgenia Vysotska (Ukraine) + 12:46
51 Mexico Laura Lorenza Morfin Macouzet (Mexico) + 12:46
52 Australia Tiffany Cromwell (Australia) + 12:46
53 Ukraine Alona Andruk (Ukraine) + 12:46
54 Switzerland Patricia Schwager (Switzerland) + 12:46
55 Belgium Lieselot Decroix (Belgium) + 12:46
56 Austria Daniela Pintarelli (Austria) + 13:02
DNF Lithuania Modesta Vzesniauskaite (Lithuania)
DNF Ireland Siobhan Horgan (Ireland)
DNF New Zealand Rachel Mercer (New Zealand)
DNF Mexico Giuseppina Grassi Herrera (Mexico)
DNF Russia Anna Evseeva (Russia)
DNF Poland Malgorzta Jasinska (Poland)
DNF Ukraine Nina Ovcharenko (Ukraine)
DNF Belgium Liesbet De Vocht (Belgium)
DNF United States Kimberly Anderson (United States)
DNF Italy Giorgia Bronzini (Italy)
DNF Germany Tina Liebig (Germany)
DNF Russia Tatiana Antoshina (Russia)
DNF Belgium Jessie Daams (Belgium)
DNF Spain Eneritz Iturriagaechevarria Mazaga (Spain)
DNF Lithuania Edita Unguryte (Lithuania)
DNF Lithuania Inga Cilvinaite (Lithuania)
DNF Spain Anna Sanchis Chafer (Spain)
DNF Netherlands Martine Bras (Netherlands)
DNF Canada Joelle Numainville (Canada)
DNF Russia Svetlana Bubnenkova (Russia)
DNF Andorra Ariadna Tudel Cuberes (Andorra)
DNF United Kingdom Nicole Cooke (Great Britain)
DNF United Kingdom Katie Colclough (Great Britain)
DNF Slovenia Sigrid Corneo (Slovenia)
DNF Australia Vicki Whitelaw (Australia)
DNF Germany Charlotte Becker (Germany)
DNF Switzerland Jennifer Hohl (Switzerland)
DNF Denmark Trine Schmidt (Denmark)
DNF Switzerland Emilie Aubry (Switzerland)
DNF Poland Sylwia Kapusta (Poland)
DNF Slovenia Polona Batagelj (Slovenia)
DNF Brazil Rosane Kirch (Brazil)
DNF Sweden Marie Lindberg (Sweden)
DNF Sweden Emilia Fahlin (Sweden)
DNF Switzerland Jessica Schneeberger (Switzerland)
DNF Thailand Chanpeng Nontasin (Thailand)
DNF Portugal Ester Alves (Portugal)
DNF Norway Fröydis Waerstad (Norway)
DNF Germany Ina Teutenberg (Germany)
DNF United Kingdom Lucy Martin (Great Britain)
DNF Spain Belen Lopez Morales (Spain)
DNF Russia Elena Novikova (Russia)
DNF Ireland Olivia Dillon (Ireland)
DNF Switzerland Andrea Wolfer (Switzerland)
DNF Czech Republic Martina Ruzickova (Czech Republic)
DNF Croatia Maja Marukic (Croatia)
DNF Turkey Semra Yetis (Turkey)
DNF Saint Kitts and Nevis Kathryn Bertine (Saint Kitts and Nevis)
DNF Croatia Marina Boduljak (Croatia)
DNF Thailand Monrudee Chapookham (Thailand)
DNF Thailand Wilaiwan Kunlapha (Thailand)
DNF Thailand Thatsani Wichana (Thailand)
DNF United States Amber Neben (United States)
DNF Indonesia Dahlina Rosyida (Indonesia)
DNF United States Meredith Miller (United States)
DNF Australia Rochelle Gilmore (Australia)
DNF Australia Emma Mackie (Australia)
DNF Canada Heather Logan (Canada)
DNF Saint Kitts and Nevis Monica Ceccon (Saint Kitts and Nevis)
DNF Slovenia Blaza Klemencic (Slovenia)
DNF Sweden Sara Mustonen (Sweden)
DNF Ukraine Oksana Kashchishina (Ukraine)
DNF Canada Alison Testroete (Canada)
DNF Argentina Veronica Marcela Gerez (Argentina)
DNF Canada Julie Beveridge (Canada)
DNF Spain Marta Vila Josana Andreu (Spain)
DNF Spain Ane Santesteban Gonzalez (Spain)
DNF Brazil Uenia Fernandes Da Souza (Brazil)
DNF Croatia Viena Balen (Croatia)
DNF Australia Alexis Rhodes (Australia)
DNF United Kingdom Nikki Harris (Great Britain)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Elite Women's Calendar 2009". UCI. Archived from the original on 17 February 2009. Retrieved 5 February 2009. 
  2. ^ Brown, Gregor (26 September 2009). "Guderzo wins Worlds with solo attack". Cyclingnews.