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)
2010
2012
2011 UCI Road World Championships
Cycling (road) pictogram.svg
Participating nations
Elite events
List of elite cyclists
Elite road race   men   women
Elite time trial   men   women
Under-23 events
Under-23 road race   men  
Under-23 time trial   men  
Junior events
Junior road race   men   women
Junior time trial   men   women
 

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