2005 UCI Road World Championships – Women's time trial

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Women's time trial
2005 UCI Road World Championships
Rainbow jersey
Race details
Dates21 September 2005 in  Madrid (ESP)
Stages1
Distance21.9 km (13.61 mi)
Winning time28' 51.08"
Medalists
   Gold  Karin Thürig (SUI) (Switzerland)
   Silver  Joane Somarriba (ESP) (Spain)
   Bronze  Kristin Armstrong (USA) (United States)
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The Women's time trial at the 2005 UCI Road World Championships took place over a distance of 21.9 kilometres (13.6 miles) in Madrid, Spain on 21 September 2005.[1]

Final classification[edit]

Rank Rider Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Karin Thürig   Switzerland 28' 51.08"
2nd, silver medalist(s) Joane Somarriba  Spain + 5.80"
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Kristin Armstrong  United States + 39.27"
4 Judith Arndt  Germany + 56.68"
5 Amber Neben  United States + 57.06"
6 Zulfiya Zabirova  Kazakhstan + 1' 01.84"
7 Mirjam Melchers  Netherlands + 1' 02.71"
8 Christine Thorburn  United States + 1' 13.33"
9 Svetlana Boubnenkova  Russia + 1' 38.92"
10 Edita Pučinskaitė  Lithuania + 1' 41.38"
11 Christiane Soeder  Austria + 1' 45.61"
12 Edwige Pitel  France + 1' 55.39"
13 Priska Doppmann   Switzerland + 1' 57.05"
14 Oenone Wood  Australia + 2' 00.15"
15 Nicole Brändli   Switzerland + 2' 09.34"
16 Tatiana Guderzo  Italy + 2' 12.71"
17 Susanne Ljungskog  Sweden + 2' 13.34"
18 Madeleine Sandig  Germany + 2' 16.01"
19 Susan Palmer-Komar  Canada + 2' 28.57"
20 Dori Ruano Sanchon  Spain + 2' 31.04"
21 Sara Carrigan  Australia + 2' 36.88"
22 Anna Zugno  Italy + 2' 37.06"
23 Olga Slyusareva  Russia + 2' 39.35"
24 Bogumiła Matusiak  Poland + 2' 40.77"
25 Marina Jaunatre  France + 2' 46.61"
26 Melissa Holt  New Zealand + 3' 06.25"
27 Trine Hansen  Denmark + 3' 10.28"
28 Felicia Greer  Canada + 3' 11.01"
29 Linda Serup  Denmark + 3' 11.51"
30 Natasha Maes  Belgium + 3' 17.09"
31 Kateryna Krasova  Ukraine + 3' 48.47"
32 Grete Treier  Estonia + 3' 56.99"
33 Iryna Shpylyova  Ukraine + 4' 29.21"
34 Daiva Tušlaitė  Lithuania + 4' 44.80"
35 Bernadette Schober  Austria + 4' 59.57"
36 Trixi Worrack  Germany + 5' 15.95"
37 Agnes Kay Eppers Reynders  Bolivia + 5' 46.36"
38 Anna Skawinska  Poland + 5' 53.99"
DNS Anita Valen de Vries  Norway

Source[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "World Championship, Road, ITT, Elite (F) 2005". Cyclingarchives. Retrieved 8 October 2013.