1998 UCI Road World Championships – Men's time trial

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Men's Individual Time Trial
1998 UCI Road World Championships
Rainbow jersey
Race details
Dates October 8 in Valkenburg
Stages 1
Distance 43.5 km (27.03 mi)
Winning time 54' 32"
Medalists
   Gold  Abraham Olano (ESP) (Spain)
   Silver  Melchior Mauri (ESP) (Spain)
   Bronze  Serhiy Honchar (UKR) (Ukraine)
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The men's time trial at the 1998 UCI Road World Championships was held on Thursday October 8, 1998, from Maastricht to Vilt, within the commune of Valkenburg aan de Geul. The race had a total distance of 43.5 kilometres. There were a total number of 46 competitors, with three disqualifications and one non-starters.

Final classification[edit]

Rank Rider 8.4 km 27.6 km 36.1 km 43.5 km Behind Speed (km/h)
1st, gold medalist(s)  Abraham Olano (ESP) 10:59.08 34:51.09 45:17.02 54:32.01 48.05
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Melchior Mauri (ESP) 11:02.05 34:59.08 45:43.06 55:09.06 0.37 47.38
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Serhiy Honchar (UKR) 11:01.08 35:03.01 45:46.01 55:19.08 0.47 47.29
4.  Lance Armstrong (USA) 11:06.03 35:04.02 45:44.00 55:28.09 0.56 47.21
5.  Uwe Peschel (GER) 10:57.08 35:07.07 45:57.07 55:39.03 1.07 47.12
6.  Beat Zberg (SUI) 11:10.05 35:22.06 46:02.01 55:43.06 1.11 47.09
7.  Jonathan Vaughters (USA) 11:03.07 35:04.06 45:53.02 55:45.03 1.13 47.07
8.  Michael Sandstød (DEN) 11:03.05 35:38.08 46:21.08 56:06.05 1.34 46.56
9.  Viatcheslav Ekimov (RUS) 11:11.02 35:37.05 46:27.06 56:20.00 1.47 46.44
10.  Erik Dekker (NED) 11:15.09 35:50.06 46:30.03 56:21.05 1.49 46.43
11.  Chris Boardman (GBR) 11:11.09 35:44.02 46:46.05 56:22.05 1.50 46.42
12.  Martin Hvastija (SLO) 11:03.09 35:51.00 46:44.09 56:26.06 1.54 46.39
13.  Marco Velo (ITA) 11:03.03 35:52.04 46:39.01 56:27.06 1.55 46.38
14.  Peter Meinert Nielsen (DEN) 11:15.05 35:47.07 46:39.05 56:29.02 1.57 46.37
15.  Fabio Malberti (ITA) 11:12.05 35:49.01 46:35.03 56:29.07 1.57 46.37
16.  Sergiy Matveyev (UKR) 11:13.08 36:11.08 46:55.09 56:59.06 2.27 46.12
17.  Filip Branko (SLO) 11:35.02 36:24.00 47:00.00 57:00.06 2.28 45.79
18.  Francisque Teyssier (FRA) 11:18.04 35:59.08 46:59.06 57:01.09 2.29 45.78
19.  Lauri Aus (EST) 11:14.08 36:10.04 47:19.02 57:02.01 2.30 45.77
20.  Bradley McGee (AUS) 11:22.07 36:25.07 47:03.01 57:04.02 2.32 45.76
21.  Grischa Niermann (GER) 11:16.02 36:17.04 47:13.02 57:10.01 2.38 45.71
22.  Andrey Mizourov (KAZ) 11:23.05 36:23.07 47:22.00 57:22.06 2.50 45.61
23.  Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ) 11:19.02 36:33.09 47:34.08 57:30.07 2.58 45.55
24.  Milan Kadlec (CZE) 11:21.05 36:33.04 47:40.05 57:38.00 3.05 45.49
25.  Servais Knaven (NED) 11:24.09 36:49.05 47:54.07 58:03.02 3.31 44.98
26.  Marc Streel (BEL) 11:34.03 36:52.05 47:55.00 58:06.01 3.34 44.95
27.  Gilles Maignan (FRA) 11:39.02 36:59.07 48:06.03 58:15.00 3.42 44.88
28.  Stuart Dangerfield (GBR) 11:39.04 37:07.05 48:11.07 58:16.08 3.44 44.88
29.  Dainis Ozols (LAT) 11:30.07 37:02.00 48:18.08 58:41.08 4.09 44.68
30.  Dariusz Baranowski (POL) 11:35.02 37:01.08 48:27.05 58:43.03 4.11 44.67
31.  Jan Valach (SVK) 11:32.03 37:22.03 48:36.06 58:58.02 4.26 44.55
32.  José Azevedo (POR) 11:44.09 37:50.04 48:57.00 59:06.09 4.34 44.19
33.  Igor Bonciucov (MDA) 11:38.02 37:56.03 49:14.09 59:24.06 4.52 44.06
34.  Michael Andersson (SWE) 11:47.07 37:20.02 48:39.00 59:31.08 4.59 44.01
35.  Piotr Przydzial (POL) 11:53.02 38:23.04 49:12.07 59:34.04 5.02 43.98
36.  Amar El Nady (EGY) 12:05.07 38:55.02 50:21.08 61:01.00 6.28 42.78
37.  Vasilis Anastopoulos (GRE) 12:02.03 39:06.05 50:31.06 61:06.00 6.33 42.74
38.  Bruno Boscardin (SUI) 11:46.02 38:38.06 50:29.05 61:34.00 7.01 42.55
39.  Miroslav Liptak (SVK) 12:20.09 39:26.06 51:11.09 62:01.00 7.28 42.09
40.  Tomokazu Fujino (JPN) 12:23.09 39:35.01 51:12.02 62:05.00 7.32 42.06
41.  Benjamin Loberant (ISR) 12:18.06 39:53.08 51:39.09 62:34.00 8.01 41.87
42.  Kyoshi Miura (JPN) 12:47.00 40:59.08 52:46.08 63:56.00 9.23 41.06

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