1994 UCI Road World Championships – Men's time trial

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Men's time trial
1994 UCI Road World Championships
ITT rainbow jersey
Race details
Dates25 August 1994
Stages1
Winning time49' 34"
Medalists
   Gold  Chris Boardman (GBR)
   Silver  Andrea Chiurato (ITA)
   Bronze  Jan Ullrich (GER)
1995 →

The men's individual time trial (ITT) made its world championship debut on 25 August 1994 in Agrigento/Catania, Italy. It was added to the programme as a replacement for the team time trial.

The inaugural title was claimed by Chris Boardman, who also won the individual pursuit in that year's Track Cycling World Championships.

Final classification[edit]

Rank Rider Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Chris Boardman (GBR) 49' 34"
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Andrea Chiurato (ITA) + 48"
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Jan Ullrich (GER) + 1' 51"
4  Erik Breukink (NED) + 2' 03"
5  Abraham Olano (ESP) + 2' 16"
6  Nico Emonds (BEL) + 2' 19"
7  Thierry Marie (FRA) + 2' 32"
8  Henk Vogels (AUS) + 2' 41"
9  Zenon Jaskuła (POL) + 2' 51"
10  Michael Rich (GER) + 3' 05"
11  Jan Karlsson (SWE) + 3' 09"
12  Melcior Mauri (ESP) + 3' 18"
13  Alex Zülle (SUI) + 3' 21"
14  Stephen Hodge (AUS) + 3' 27"
15  František Trkal (CZE) + 3' 32"
16  Magnus Åström (SWE) + 3' 37"
17  Scott Mercier (USA) + 3' 43"
18  Nico Mattan (BEL) + 3' 51"
19  Serhiy Honchar (UKR) + 4'
20  Luca Colombo (ITA) + 4' 02"
21  Evgeni Berzin (RUS) + 4' 19"
22  Servais Knaven (NED) + 4' 32"
23  Henrik Jacobsen (DEN) + 4' 34"
24  Artūras Kasputis (LTU) + 4' 36"
25  Pavel Padrnos (CZE) + 4' 38"
26  Eddy Seigneur (FRA) + 4' 41"
27  Jan-Bo Petersen (DEN) + 4' 41"
28  Ruben Antonio Pegorin (ARG) + 4' 47"
29  Ruslan Ivanov (MDA) + 5' 03"
30  Graeme Obree (GBR) + 5' 20"
31  Roman Jeker (SUI) + 5' 36"
32  Miroslav Lipták (SVK) + 5' 41"
33  Julio César Ortegón Luque (COL) + 5' 42"
34  Bernard Bocian (POL) + 5' 44"
35  Jacques Landry (CAN) + 5' 46"
36  Philip Collins (IRL) + 5' 50"
37  Mika Hietanen (FIN) + 5' 54"
38  Clay Moseley (USA) + 5' 55"
39  Igor Patenko (BLR) + 6' 06"
40  Stig Kristiansen (NOR) + 6' 12"
41  Sandi Papez (SLO) + 6' 21"
42  Serguei Ljboldine (RUS) + 6' 23"
43  Gorazd Štangelj (SLO) + 6' 38"
44  Igor Bonciucov (MDA) + 6' 40"
45  Markus Pinggera (AUT) + 6' 59"
46  Kari Myyryläinen (FIN) + 7' 13"
47  Volodimyr Duma (UKR) + 7' 42"
48  Raúl Montaña (COL) + 8' 12"
49  Gyorgy Imris (HUN) + 8' 38"
50  Dietmar Dietmar (AUT) + 8' 47"

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