Germany at the UCI Road World Championships

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Germany at the UCI Road World Championships
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Germany at the UCI Road World Championships is an overview of the German results (East German and West German results excluded) at the UCI Road World Championships.

List of medalists[edit]

This a list of elite and under-23 German medals. The junior and amateur medals are not listed (but feel free to do so!). Since the 2012 UCI Road World Championships there is the men's and women's team time trial event for trade teams and these medals are included under the UCI registration country of the team.

Medal Championship Name Event
 Silver Hungary 1928 Budapest  Herbert Nebe (GER) Men's road race
 Bronze Hungary 1928 Budapest  Bruno Wolke (GER) Men's road race
 Silver Denmark 1937 Copenhagen  Emil Kijewski (GER) Men's road race
 Silver Germany 1991 Stuttgart  Germany Men's team time trial
 Gold Norway 1993 Oslo  Olaf Ludwig (GER) Men's road race
 Silver Norway 1993 Oslo  Christian Meyer (GER)
 Uwe Peschel (GER)
 Michael Rich (GER)
 Andreas Walzer (GER)
Men's team time trial
 Bronze Italy 1994 Agrigento  Jan Ullrich (GER) Men's time trial
 Bronze Italy 1994 Agrigento  Ralf Grabsch (GER)
 Uwe Peschel (GER)
 Michael Rich (GER)
 Jan Schaffrath (GER)
Men's team time trial
 Bronze Colombia 1995 Duitama  Uwe Peschel (GER) Men's time trial
 Bronze Switzerland 1996 Lugano  Andreas Klöden (GER) Men's under-23 time trial
 Bronze Spain 1997 San Sebastián  Judith Arndt (GER) Women's time trial
 Bronze Netherlands 1998 Valkenburg  Hanka Kupfernagel (GER) Women's time trial
 Bronze Netherlands 1998 Valkenburg  Hanka Kupfernagel (GER) Women's road race
 Gold Italy 1999 Verona  Jan Ullrich (GER) Men's time trial
 Bronze Italy 1999 Verona  Matthias Kessler (GER) Men's under-23 road race
 Silver France 2000 Plouay  Michael Rich (GER) Men's time trial
 Gold Portugal 2001 Lisbon  Jan Ullrich (GER) Men's time trial
 Silver Portugal 2001 Lisbon  Sebastian Lang (GER) Men's under-23 time trial
 Silver Belgium 2002 Limburg  Michael Rich (GER) Men's time trial
 Bronze Belgium 2002 Limburg  Erik Zabel (GER) Men's road race
 Gold Canada 2003 Hamilton  Markus Fothen (GER) Men's under-23 time trial
 Silver Canada 2003 Hamilton  Uwe Peschel (GER) Men's time trial
 Bronze Canada 2003 Hamilton  Michael Rich (GER) Men's time trial
 Bronze Canada 2003 Hamilton  Judith Arndt (GER) Women's time trial
 Gold Italy 2004 Verona  Judith Arndt (GER) Women's road race
 Silver Italy 2004 Verona  Erik Zabel (GER) Men's road race
 Silver Italy 2004 Verona  Michael Rich (GER) Men's time trial
 Silver Italy 2004 Verona  Judith Arndt (GER) Women's time trial
 Gold Italy 2005  Regina Schleicher (GER) Women's road race
 Gold Austria 2006 Salzburg  Gerald Ciolek (GER) Men's under-23 road race
 Silver Austria 2006 Salzburg  Erik Zabel (GER) Men's road race
 Silver Austria 2006 Salzburg  Trixi Worrack (GER) Women's road race
 Gold Germany 2007 Stuttgart  Hanka Kupfernagel (GER) Women's time trial
 Bronze Germany 2007 Stuttgart  Stefan Schumacher (GER) Men's road race
 Gold Italy 2008 Varese  Bert Grabsch (GER) Men's time trial
 Silver Italy 2008 Varese  Patrick Gretsch (GER) Men's under-23 time trial
 Bronze Italy 2008 Varese  Judith Arndt (GER) Women's road race
 Bronze Italy 2008 Varese  Judith Arndt (GER) Women's time trial
 Bronze Italy 2008 Varese  John Degenkolb (GER) Men's under-23 road race
 Bronze Switzerland 2009 Mendrisio  Tony Martin (GER) Men's time trial
 Bronze Switzerland 2009 Mendrisio  Patrick Gretsch (GER) Men's under-23 time trial
 Silver Australia 2010 Melbourne and Geelong  Judith Arndt (GER) Women's time trial
 Silver Australia 2010 Melbourne and Geelong  John Degenkolb (GER) Men's under-23 road race
 Bronze Australia 2010 Melbourne and Geelong  Tony Martin (GER) Men's time trial
 Bronze Australia 2010 Melbourne and Geelong  Marcel Kittel (GER) Men's under-23 time trial
 Gold Denmark 2011 Copenhagen  Tony Martin (GER) Men's time trial
 Gold Denmark 2011 Copenhagen  Judith Arndt (GER) Women's time trial
 Bronze Denmark 2011 Copenhagen  André Greipel (GER) Men's road race
 Bronze Denmark 2011 Copenhagen  Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (GER) Women's road race
 Gold Netherlands 2012 Valkenburg  Tony Martin (GER) Men's time trial
 Gold Netherlands 2012 Valkenburg  Judith Arndt (GER) Women's time trial
 Gold Netherlands 2012 Valkenburg Team Specialized–lululemon
 Ellen van Dijk (NED)
 Charlotte Becker (GER)
 Amber Neben (USA)
 Evelyn Stevens (USA)
 Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (GER)
 Trixi Worrack (GER)
Women's team time trial
 Gold Italy 2013 Tuscany  Tony Martin (GER) Men's time trial

Sources[1][2]

Medals by year[edit]

Championship Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
Hungary 1928 Budapest 0 1 1 2
Denmark 1937 Copenhagen 0 1 0 1
Germany 1991 Stuttgart 0 1 0 1
Norway 1993 Oslo 1 1 0 2
Italy 1994 Agrigento 0 0 2 2
Colombia 1995 Duitama 0 0 1 1
Switzerland 1996 Lugano 0 0 1 1
Spain 1997 San Sebastián 0 0 1 1
Netherlands 1998 Valkenburg 0 0 2 2
Italy 1999 Verona 1 0 1 2
France 2000 Plouay 0 1 0 1
Portugal 2001 Lisbon 1 1 0 2
Belgium 2002 Limburg 0 1 1 2
Canada 2003 Hamilton 1 1 2 4
Italy 2004 Verona 1 3 0 4
Austria 2005 1 0 0 1
Austria 2006 Salzburg 1 2 0 3
Germany 2007 Stuttgart 1 0 1 2
Italy 2008 Varese 1 1 3 5
Switzerland 2009 Mendrisio 0 0 2 2
Australia 2010 Melbourne and Geelong 0 2 2 4
Denmark 2011 Copenhagen 2 0 2 4
Netherlands 2012 Valkenburg 3 0 0 3
Italy 2013 Tuscany 1 0 0 1 7

Medals by discipline[edit]

Updated after the 2013 UCI Road World Championships

Event Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
Men's road race 1 4 4 9
Men's time trial 6 4 5 15 1
Men's team time trial 0 2 1 3
Women's road race 2 1 3 6
Women's time trial 3 2 4 9
Women's team time trial 1 0 0 1
Men's under-23 road race 1 1 2 4
Men's under-23 time trial 1 2 3 6
Total 15 16 22 53

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Road World Championships - Road Race". UCI. Retrieved 17 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "Road World Championships - Time Trial". UCI. Retrieved 17 April 2013. 

See also[edit]

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