2011 UCI Road World Championships – Men's time trial

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Men's time trial
2011 UCI Road World Championships
2011 Road World Championships Mens time trial podium.jpg
The podium (left to right): Bradley Wiggins, Tony Martin and Fabian Cancellara
Race details
Date 21 September 2011
Distance 46.4 km (28.83 mi)
Winning time 53' 43.85" (51.813 km/h or 32.195 mph)
Medalists
 Gold  Tony Martin (Germany)
 Silver  Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain)
 Bronze  Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland)
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The Men's time trial of the 2011 UCI Road World Championships cycling event took place on 21 September 2011 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

After bronze medals in both 2009 and 2010,[1] Tony Martin won his first world championship title after setting the quickest time at each of the intermediate splits, before crossing the line in a time over a minute faster than anyone else. He caught and passed the two riders who started directly before him, David Millar and Mikhail Ignatiev, and came within 45 seconds of catching a third (Taylor Phinney).[2] The silver medal went to Great Britain's Bradley Wiggins, with the bronze medal going to four-time world champion Fabian Cancellara, who trailed Wiggins by 4.76 seconds[3] after making an error in the closing stages.[4]

Route[edit]

The riders completed two laps on a 23.2 km (14.4 mi) course in and around Copenhagen, for a total length of 46.4 km (28.8 mi).[5]

Final classification[edit]

Rank Rider Time
1  Tony Martin (GER) 53' 43.85"
2  Bradley Wiggins (GBR) + 1' 15.83"
3  Fabian Cancellara (SUI) + 1' 20.59"
4  Bert Grabsch (GER) + 1' 31.76"
5  Jack Bobridge (AUS) + 2' 13.86"
6  Richie Porte (AUS) + 2' 29.54"
7  David Millar (GBR) + 2' 45.62"
8  Lieuwe Westra (NED) + 3' 18.52"
9  Alexsandr Dyachenko (KAZ) + 3' 19.76"
10  Jakob Fuglsang (DEN) + 3' 30.59"
11  Jonathan Castroviejo (ESP) + 3' 34.37"
12  Gustav Larsson (SWE) + 3' 34.62"
13  Svein Tuft (CAN) + 3' 35.89"
14  Janez Brajkovič (SLO) + 3' 44.74"
15  Taylor Phinney (USA) + 3' 52.58"
16  Andrew Talansky (USA) + 3' 57.89"
17  Nelson Oliveira (POR) + 4' 14.98"
18  Jesse Sergent (NZL) + 4' 26.31"
19  Jack Bauer (NZL) + 4' 26.99"
20  Stef Clement (NED) + 4' 33.93"
21  František Raboň (CZE) + 4' 39.85"
22  László Bodrogi (FRA) + 4' 41.46"
23  Vasil Kiryienka (BLR) + 4' 42.60"
24  Adriano Malori (ITA) + 4' 46.58"
25  Mikhail Ignatiev (RUS) + 4' 47.97"
26  Marco Pinotti (ITA) + 4' 48.12"
27  David McCann (IRL) + 4' 53.65"
28  Ignatas Konovalovas (LTU) + 5' 00.51"
29  Dominique Cornu (BEL) + 5' 01.36"
30  Ioannis Tamouridis (GRE) + 5' 07.74"
31  Evgeny Vakker (KGZ) + 5' 10.46"
32  Gediminas Bagdonas (LTU) + 5' 10.46"
33  Iván Casas (COL) + 5' 20.23"
34  Carlos Oyarzún (CHI) + 5' 22.32"
35  Leandro Messineo (ARG) + 5' 23.67"
36  Dmitriy Gruzdev (KAZ) + 5' 29.90"
37  Alexander Wetterhall (SWE) + 5' 35.10"
38  Matej Jurčo (SVK) + 5' 37.35"
39  Jesús Herrada (ESP) + 5' 39.30"
40  Martin Kohler (SUI) + 5' 43.24"
41  Vladimir Gusev (RUS) + 5' 49.99"
42  Dimitri Champion (FRA) + 5' 50.82"
43  Reidar Borgersen (NOR) + 5' 54.83"
44  Matías Médici (ARG) + 5' 56.21"
45  Robert Vrečer (SLO) + 6' 04.21"
46  Rafaâ Chtioui (TUN) + 6' 10.00"
47  Michael Mørkøv (DEN) + 6' 10.16"
48  Michał Kwiatkowski (POL) + 6' 13.80"
49  Rui Costa (POR) + 6' 17.44"
50  Thomas De Gendt (BEL) + 6' 28.46"
51  Winner Anacona (COL) + 6' 29.04"
52  Oleksandr Kvachuk (UKR) + 6' 30.37"
53  Matti Helminen (FIN) + 6' 43.78"
54  Tomás Gil (VEN) + 6' 52.81"
55  Maciej Bodnar (POL) + 6 '55.36"
56  Vitaliy Popkov (UKR) + 7' 06.49"
57  Jiri Hudeček (CZE) + 7' 27.50"
58  Pavol Polievka (SVK) + 7' 40.16"
59  Freqalsi Debesay (ERI) + 8' 12.76"
60  David Albós (AND) + 9' 38.90"
61  Tyron Giorgieri (ALB) + 11' 18.93"
62  Simone Zignoli (ALB) + 17' 43.22"
 Matt Brammeier (IRL) DNF
 Semere Mengis (ERI) DSQ
 Azzedine Lagab (ALG) DNS

References[edit]

  1. ^ Liew, Jonathan (21 September 2011). "Bradley Wiggins takes time-trial silver in Copenhagen". The Daily Telegraph (Telegraph Media Group). Retrieved 21 September 2011. 
  2. ^ Hymas, Peter (21 September 2011). "Martin wins his first elite men's time trial world championship". Cycling News (Future Publishing Limited). Retrieved 21 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "Results / Résultats: Time Trial Elite Men / Contre la montre Hommes Elite" (PDF). Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 21 September 2011. Retrieved 21 September 2011. 
  4. ^ Williams, Ollie (21 September 2011). "Bradley Wiggins wins time trial silver". BBC Sport (BBC). Retrieved 21 September 2011. 
  5. ^ "Courses" (PDF). Copenhagen 2011. Danmarks Cykle Union. Retrieved 21 September 2011. 

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