2011 national road cycling championships

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The 2011 national road cycling championships began in January in Australia and New Zealand. Most of the European national championships take place in June.

Jerseys[edit]

The winner of each national championship wears the national jersey in all their races for the next year in the respective discipline, apart from the World Championships, or unless they are wearing a category leader's jersey in a stage race. Most national champion jerseys tend to represent a country's flag or use the colours from it. Jerseys may also feature traditional sporting colours of a country that not derived from a national flag, such as the National colours of Australia on the jerseys of Australian national champions.

2011 champions[edit]

Men's Elite[edit]

Country Men's Elite Road Race Champion Champion's Current Team Men's Elite Time Trial Champion Champion's Current Team
 Albania Eugert Zhupa Eugert Zhupa
 Algeria Youcef Reguigui Groupement Sportif Petrolier Algérie Azzedine Lagab Groupement Sportif Petrolier Algérie
 Andorra David Albós CJAM-CKT-Novatec
 Angola Igor Silva Igor Silva
 Argentina Emanuel Saldaño San Juan Leandro Messineo Río Negro
 Antigua and Barbuda Jyme Bridges Marvin Spencer
 Australia Jack Bobridge Garmin-Cervélo Cameron Meyer Garmin-Cervélo
 Austria Matthias Krizek Team 2000 Veneto Marchiol Andreas Hofer[1] Tyrol Team
 Bahamas Tracy Sweeting[2] Mark Holowesko
 Barbados Darren Matthews Darren Matthews
 Belarus Aleksandr Kuschynski Team Katusha Kanstantin Siutsou HTC-Highroad
 Belgium Philippe Gilbert Omega Pharma-Lotto Philippe Gilbert Omega Pharma-Lotto
 Belize Byron Pope Byron Pope
 Bermuda Darren Glasford Neil De Sainte Croix
 Bolivia Victor Tarqui Oscar Soliz
 Brazil Murilo Fischer Garmin-Cervélo Magno Nazaret Funvic-Pindamonhangaba
 British Virgin Islands Orano Andrews[3] Orano Andrews
 Brunei Muhammad Abd Aziz
 Bulgaria Danail Petrov Konya-Torku Seker Spor-Vivelo Nikolay Mihaylov
 Burkina Faso Abdul Wahab Sawadogo
 Canada Svein Tuft Orica-GreenEDGE Svein Tuft Orica-GreenEDGE
 Cayman Islands Marius Deysel Steve Abbott
 Chile Gonzalo Garrido Providencia OGM Gonzalo Garrido Providencia OGM
 China Liu Biao[4] Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
 Colombia Weimar Roldán Iván Casas
 Republic of the Congo Jean-Pierre Wimana
 Costa Rica Juan Manuel Mata José Adrian Bonilla Citi Economy Blue
 Ivory Coast Issiaka Fofana
 Croatia Kristijan Durašek Loborika-Favorit Team Kristijan Durašek Loborika-Favorit Team
 Cuba Arnold Alcolea Arnold Alcolea
 Curaçao Marc de Maar Quick Step Marc de Maar Quick Step
 Cyprus Marios Athanasiades Vassilis Adamou
 Czech Republic Petr Benčik PSK Whirlpool-Author Jiri Hudeček PSK Whirlpool-Author
 Denmark Nicki Sørensen Saxo Bank-SunGard Rasmus Quaade Team Concordia Forsikring-Himmerland
 Ecuador Wilson Panaluisa Pichincha José Ragonessi Pichincha
 El Salvador Omar Benítez Omar Benítez
 Estonia Mart Ojavee Champion System Rein Taaramäe Cofidis
 Eritrea Freqalsi Debesay Daniel Teklehaimanot
 France Sylvain Chavanel Quick Step Christophe Kern Team Europcar
 Finland Kjell Carlström Team Sky Aki Turunen
 Germany Robert Wagner Leopard Trek Bert Grabsch HTC-Highroad
 Greece Ioannis Tamouridis SP Tableware Ioannis Tamouridis SP Tableware
 Guatemala Julián Yac Café Quetzal Luis Alberto Santizo
 Guyana Walter Grant-Stuart
 Honduras Pablo Crúz
 Hong Kong Yeung Ying-Hon Racing Force
 Hungary Krisztian Lovassy Ora Hotels-Carrera Gabor Fejes
 Georgia Giorgi Nadiradze Giorgi Nadiradze
 Iceland Hafsteinn Geirsson Hafsteinn Geirsson
 Iran Abbas Saeidi Azad University Hossein Askari Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team
 Ireland Matthew Brammeier HTC-Highroad Matthew Brammeier HTC-Highroad
 Israel Niv Libner Amore & Vita Ayal Rahat
 Italy Giovanni Visconti Farnese Vini-Neri Sottoli Adriano Malori Lampre-ISD
 Jamaica Shaquille Sinclair Michael Daley
 Japan Fumiyuki Beppu Team RadioShack Fumiyuki Beppu Team RadioShack
 Kazakhstan Andrey Mizourov Astana Dmitriy Gruzdev
 Kyrgyzstan Evgeny Vakker LeTua Cycling Team Evgeny Vakker LeTua Cycling Team
 Latvia Martins Trautmanis Gatis Smukulis HTC-Highroad
 Lebanon Salah Ribah
 Liechtenstein Hans Burkhard[5] Hans Burkhard
 Lesotho Phetetso Monese Phetetso Monese
 Lithuania Ramunas Navardauskas Garmin-Cervélo Gediminas Bagdonas An Post-Sean Kelly
 Luxembourg Fränk Schleck Leopard Trek Christian Poos Team Differdange-Magic-Sportfood.de
 Macedonia Stefan Petrovski Boban Andevski
 Madagascar Jean Rakotondrasoa Jaoherivelo Adrianjaka
 Malawi Ronald Tsoyo
 Malaysia Mohamed Mat Amin Terengganu Pro Asia Cycling Team
 Mali Hamidou Diarra
 Malta Etienne Bonello Etienne Bonello
 Mauritius Thomas Desvaux Yannick Lincoln
 Mongolia Altanzul Altansukh Baasankhuu Myagmarsuren
 Moldova Alexandre Pliuschin Team Katusha Sergiu Cioban Tusnad Cycling Team
 Morocco Adil Jelloul Mouhssine Lahsaini
 Mexico Gregorio Ladino Bernardo Colex Amore & Vita
 Namibia Lotto Petrus MTN Qhubeka Lotto Petrus MTN Qhubeka
 Netherlands Pim Ligthart Vacansoleil-DCM Stef Clement Rabobank
 Nicaragua Jorge Marcenaro
 New Zealand Hayden Roulston HTC-Highroad Westley Gough Subway-Avanti
 Norway Alexander Kristoff BMC Racing Team Edvald Boasson Hagen Team Sky
 Panama Nicolas Tenorio Ramón Carretero
 Pakistan Ahat Abdul Ali Muhammad Sabir
 Peru Jesus Nakada Eduardo Schiantarelli
 Poland Tomasz Marczynski CCC Polsat Polkowice Tomasz Marczynski CCC Polsat Polkowice
 Portugal João Cabreira Onda Nelson Oliveira Team RadioShack
 Puerto Rico Efren Ortega Efren Ortega
 Romania Andrei Nechita Bogdan Coman
 Russia Pavel Brutt Team Katusha Mikhail Ignatiev Team Katusha
 Rwanda Adrien Niyonshuti MTN Qhubeka
 Saint Lucia Kurt Maraj Kirk Maraj
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Deptor Culzac
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Reggie Douglas[6] James Weekes
 Serbia Zsolt Der Zsolt Der
 Singapore Lemuel Lee Darren Low
 Slovakia Peter Sagan Liquigas-Cannondale Pavol Polievka Trek-Oslany
 Slovenia Grega Bole Lampre-ISD Janez Brajkovič Team RadioShack
 South Africa Darren Lill Daryl Impey MTN Qhubeka
 South Korea Jang Sun-Jae Choe Hyeong-Min Geumsan Ginseng Asia
 Spain José Joaquin Rojas Movistar Team Luis León Sánchez Rabobank
 Suriname Murwin Arumjo Ruiz Ceder
 Sweden Philip Lindau Team CykelCity Gustav Larsson Saxo Bank-SunGard
  Switzerland Fabian Cancellara Leopard Trek Martin Kohler BMC Racing Team
 Taiwan Feng Chun-Kai Action Cycling Team
 Thailand Seree Ruengiri
 Tunisia Ahmed Ben Matoog Riadh Ghdamsi
 Turkey Kemal Küçükbay Brisaspor Mert Mutlu Brisaspor
 Trinidad and Tobago Emile Abraham Kevin Tinto
 Ukraine Oleksandr Kvachuk Lampre-ISD Oleksandr Kvachuk Lampre-ISD
 United Kingdom Bradley Wiggins Team Sky Alex Dowsett Team Sky
 United Arab Emirates Badr Banihammad Yousif Banihammad
 United States Matthew Busche Team RadioShack David Zabriskie Garmin-Cervélo
 Uzbekistan Sergey Lagutin Vacansoleil-DCM Muradjan Khalmuratov
 Venezuela Miguel Ubeto Lotería del Táchira José Isidro Chacón Lotería del Táchira
 Zimbabwe Bright Chipongo Dave Martin

Women's[edit]

Country Women's Road Race Champion Women's Time Trial Champion
 Argentina Stefanía Pilz Valeria Müller
 Antigua and Barbuda
 Australia Alexis Rhodes Shara Gillow
 Austria
 Bahamas
 Belarus Alena Amialyusik
 Belgium Evelyn Arys
 Bermuda
 Bolivia
 Brazil Luciene Ferreira Silva
 Canada Véronique Fortin Clara Hughes
 Chile
 Colombia
 Costa Rica
 Croatia Mia Radotic
 Cuba
 Cyprus
 Czech Republic Martina Sáblíkova
 Dominican Republic
 Denmark Julie Leth Annika Langvad
 Ecuador Maria Parra Constante
 El Salvador
 Estonia
 France Christel Ferrier-Bruneau Jeannie Longo
 Finland Pia Sundstedt Pia Sundstedt
 Germany Judith Arndt
 Guatemala
 Hong Kong Jamie Wong
 Hungary Krisztina Fay
 Ireland
 Israel
 Italy Noemi Cantele Noemi Cantele
 Japan
 Kazakhstan
 Latvia
 Lithuania Rasa Leleivytė Aušrinė Trebaitė
 Luxembourg Christine Majerus
 Malaysia
 Mexico Dulce Pliego Veronica Leal
 Mongolia
 Namibia
 Netherlands Marianne Vos Marianne Vos
 Netherlands Antilles
 New Zealand Catherine Cheatley Sonia Waddell
 Norway Camilla Hott-Johansen
 Poland Maja Wloszczowska
 Portugal
 Puerto Rico
 Russia Alexandra Burchenkova
 Saint Kitts and Nevis
 Serbia
 Singapore
 Slovakia
 Slovenia
 South Africa Marissa Van der Merwe Cherise Taylor
 Spain Eneritz Iturriagaechevarria Mazaga
 Sweden Emilia Fahlin
  Switzerland Pascale Schnider
 Ukraine
 United Kingdom Elizabeth Armitstead Wendy Houvenaghel
 United States Robin Farina Evelyn Stevens
 Venezuela Angie Gonzalez Daniely Garcia
 Zimbabwe

Men's Under-23[edit]

Country Men's Under-23 Road Race Champion Men's Under-23 Time Trial Champion
 Argentina Gabriel Juárez Eduardo Sepúlveda
 Australia Ben Dyball Luke Durbridge
 Belarus
 Belgium
 Bolivia
 Brazil
 Canada
 Chile
 China
 Colombia
 Costa Rica
 Croatia
 Cyprus
 Czech Republic
 Denmark
 Dominican Republic
 Ecuador Cleber Cuasquer
 Estonia Karlo Aia
 Germany
 Guatemala Walter Escobar
 Hong Kong Choi Ki-Ho
 Hungary
 Ireland
 Italy
 Japan
 Kazakhstan
 Luxembourg
 Mexico
 Macedonia
 Netherlands Ramon Sinkeldam Wilco Kelderman
 New Zealand Michael Vink Jason Christie
 Norway
 Peru
 Poland
 Portugal
 Romania
 Russia
 Slovenia
 South Africa Johann van Zyl
 Spain
 Sweden
  Switzerland
 Ukraine
 United Kingdom Scott Thwaites
 Uruguay
 United States
 Uzbekistan
 Venezuela

References[edit]

  1. ^ The race was won by  Tobias Erler (GER)
  2. ^ The race was won by  Thomas Seier (USA)
  3. ^ BVI championship
  4. ^ The race was won by  Cheung King-Lok (HKG)
  5. ^ The race was won by  Guido Grandi (ITA)
  6. ^ The race was won by  George Varhola (USA)

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2010
National road cycling championships
2011
Succeeded by
2012