2004 UCI Road World Championships – Women's time trial

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Women's time trial
2004 UCI Road World Championships
Rainbow jersey
Race details
Dates 28 September 2004 in  Verona (ITA)
Stages 1
Distance 24.05 km (14.94 mi)
Winning time 30' 53.65"
Medalists
   Gold  Karin Thürig (SUI) (Switzerland)
   Silver  Judith Arndt (GER) (Germany)
   Bronze  Zulfiya Zabirova (RUS) (Russia)
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The Women's time trial at the 2004 UCI Road World Championships took place over a distance of 24.05 kilometres (14.9 miles) in Verona, Bardolino, Italy on 28 September 2004.[1]

Final classification[edit]

Rank Rider Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Karin Thürig   Switzerland 30' 53.65"
2nd, silver medalist(s) Judith Arndt  Germany + 51.78"
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Zulfiya Zabirova  Russia + 56.35"
4 Joane Somarriba  Spain + 1' 15.73"
5 Edita Pučinskaitė  Lithuania + 1' 32.06"
6 Mirjam Melchers  Netherlands + 1' 41.97"
7 Christine Thorburn  United States + 1' 44.02"
8 Priska Doppmann   Switzerland + 1' 54.99"
9 Oenone Wood  Australia + 2' 07.95"
10 Tatiana Guderzo  Italy + 2' 11.87"
11 Anita Valen de Vries  Norway + 2' 16.57"
12 Svetlana Boubnenkova  Russia + 2' 16.64"
13 Trixi Worrack  Germany + 2' 16.86"
14 Deirdre Demet-Barry  United States + 2' 17.56"
15 Jeannie Longo  France + 2' 29.87"
16 Olivia Gollan  Australia + 2' 38.99"
17 Bogumiła Matusiak  Poland + 2' 44.60"
18 Dori Ruano Sanchon  Spain + 2' 49.64"
19 Anna Zugno  Italy + 3' 02.76"
20 Edwige Pitel  France + 3' 03.92"
21 Susan Palmer-Komar  Canada + 3' 15.82"
22 Blaža Klemenčič  Slovenia + 3' 16.52"
23 Tatiana Shishkova  Moldova + 3' 31.93"
24 Natacha Maes  Belgium + 3' 34.14"
25 Jolanta Polikevičiūtė  Lithuania + 3' 41.93"
26 Evy Van Damme  Belgium + 3' 42.49"
27 Ana Paola Madrinan Villegas  Colombia + 3' 46.08"
28 Malgorzata Wysocka  Poland + 3' 57.55"
29 Natalya Kachalka  Ukraine + 4' 02.25"
30 Maria Cagigas  Spain + 4' 04.84"
31 Loes Gunnewijk  Netherlands + 4' 26.93"
32 Tiina Nieminen  Finland + 4' 31.35"
33 Amy Moore  Canada + 5' 09.83"
34 Verónica Leal  Mexico + 7' 20.97"
DNF Christiane Soeder  Austria

Source[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "World Championship, Road, ITT, Elite (F) 2004". Cyclingarchives. Retrieved 8 October 2013.