2006 national road cycling championships

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An example of the British, French, German and Italian national cycling jerseys

Most of the 2006 national road cycling championships took place in June, although there were a few exceptions such as the Australian and American championships which take place in January and September respectively.

Jerseys[edit]

The winner of each national championship wears the national jersey in all their races for the next year in the respective discipline, apart from the World Championships. The jerseys tend to represent the countries' flag or use the colours from it.

2006 National Champions[edit]

Country Men's Elite Road Race Champion Men's Elite Time Trial Champion Women's Road Race Champion Women's Time Trial Champion Men's Under-23 Road Race Champion Men's Under-23 Time Trial Champion
 Angola Walter Da Silva Igor Silva
 Antigua and Barbuda Lynn Murray
 Argentina Armando Borrajo Matías Médici Valeria Romina Pintos Monica Santapa Javier Salas Federico Pagani
 Australia Russell Van Hout[1] Nathan O'Neill Katherine Bates Kathryn Watt William Walker Shaun Higgerson
 Austria Bernhard Kohl Peter Luttenberger Christiane Soeder Christiane Soeder Matthias Schröger Stefan Denifl
 Bahamas Johnny Hoyte
 Bahrain Mohammed Husain Taha Alawi
 Belarus Aleksandr Kuschynski Vasil Kiryienka Siarhei Daubniuk Branislau Samoilau
 Belgium Niko Eeckhout Leif Hoste Veronique Belleter An Van Rie Greg Van Avermaet Dominique Cornu
 Brazil Soelito Gohr Pedro Nicacio
 Bulgaria Ivaylo Gabrovski Ivaïlo Gabrovski Stefan Kushlev
 Burkina Faso Rabaki Jeremie Ouedraogo
 Canada Dominique Rollin Svein Tuft Alex Wrubleski Alex Wrubleski David Veilleux
 China Baoqing Song Baoqing Song Mei Fang Li Mei Fang Li
 Colombia Alejandro Cortés Libardo Niño Magdaly Trujillo Monica Méndez Jaime Castañeda Fabio Duarte
 Costa Rica Henry Raabe Henry Raabe
 Croatia Hrvoje Miholjevic Matija Kvasina
 Cuba Arnold Alcolea Arnold Alcolea Yeilien Fernandez Yuliet Rodriguez
 Czech Republic Stanislav Kozubek Ondřej Sosenka Lada Kozlíková Lada Kozlíková Pavel Zitta Lukas Sablik
 Denmark Allan Johansen Brian Vandborg Linda Serup Villumsen Linda Serup Villumsen Kasper Jebjerg Alex Rasmussen
 El Salvador Carlos Enrique Avalos Garcia Geovany Guervara Evelyn García Evelyn García Christian Poritlo Maeio Contreras
 Estonia Erki Pütsep Jaan Kirsipuu Grete Treier Grete Treier Andrei Mustonen Rein Taaramäe
 Finland Jussi Veikkanen Matti Helminen Maija Laurila Paula Suominen
 France Florent Brard Sylvain Chavanel Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli
 Germany Dirk Müller (cyclist) Sebastian Lang Claudia Häusler
 Greece Ioannis Tamouridis Elpidofos Potouridis Anastasia Pastourmatzi Elisabert Chantzi Christos Delidimitriou
 Honduras Armando Orellana Armando Orellana
 Hong Kong Jingwei Zhang Jingwei Zhang
 Hungary László Bodrogi László Bodrogi Mónika Király Diana Pulsfort Akos Haisker
 Iran Ahad Kazemi Sarai Ghader Mizbani Iranagh
 Ireland David McCann David O'Loughlin Siobhan Dervan Louise Moriaty Paidi O'Brien Ryan Connor
 Israel Dor Dviri Gali Ronen Inbar Ronen Shani Bloch
 Italy Paolo Bettini Marzio Bruseghin Fabiana Luperini Silvia Valsecchi Francessco Gavazzi Alan Marangoni
 Ivory Coast Abdoulaye Traore Issiaka Fofana
 Japan Fumiyuki Beppu Fumiyuki Beppu Miho Oki Miho Oki Yukiya Arashiro Takeshi Ikeda
 Kazakhstan Andrey Kashechkin Maxim Iglinskiy Zoulfia Zabirova Zoulfia Zabirova Roman Kireyev Dmitriy Gruzdev
 Latvia Aleksejs Saramotins Raivis Belohvoščiks Gatis Smukulis Gatis Smukulis
 Lebanon Lina Rahme Lina Rahme
 Lithuania Dainius Kairelis Ignatas Konovalovas Diana Žiliūtė Edita Pučinskaitė
 Luxembourg Kim Kirchen Christian Poos Isabelle Hoffman Anne-Marie Schmitt Ben Gastaeur Nick Clesen
 Mexico Juan Jose De La Rosa Monsivais Fausto Esparza Giuseppina Grassi Herrera Giuseppina Grassi Herrera Luis Pulido Naranjo Imar Cervabtes Diaz
 Mongolia Jamsran Ulzii-Orshikh Jamsran Ulzii-Orshikh Jamsran Ulziisolongo Jamsran Ulziisolongo
 Morocco Abdelatif Saadoune
 Netherlands Michael Boogerd Stef Clement Marianne Vos Loes Gunnewijk Kai Reus Kai Reus
 New Zealand Hayden Roulston Marc Ryan Catherine Cheatley Alison Shanks Joseph Cooper Clinton Avery
 Norway Lars Petter Nordhaug Kurt Asle Arvesen Linn Torp Anny Hauglid Anders Iversby
 Poland Mariusz Witecki Piotr Mazur Maja Włoszczowska Michał Gołas Maciej Bodnar
 Portugal Bruno Pires Helder Miranda Isabel Caetano Alice Cristina Azevedo Vitor Rodrigues Tiago Machado
 Qatar Said Mossa
 Romania Marian Frunzeanu Laszlo Madaras Marius Petrache
 Russia Alexander Khatuntsev Alexander Bespalov Olga Slyusareva Olga Slyusareva Evgeny Sokolov Maxim Belkov
 Saudi Arabia Fathy Al Musalum Fathy Al Musalum
 Serbia Ivan Stević
 Slovenia Jure Golcer Kristjan Fajt Grega Bole
 Slovakia Maroš Kovác Matej Jurčo Zuzana Vojtášová Katarína Uhlariková Martin Velits Peter Velits
 South Africa Jacques Fullard David George Anriette Schoeman Cashandra Slingerland John-Lee Augustyn Hanco Kachelhoffer
 Spain Not contested[2] Toni Tauler María Isabel Moreno Eneritz Iturriagaechevarria José Aguilera Javier Chacon
 Sweden Thomas Lövkvist Gustav Larsson Susanne Ljungskog Susanne Ljungskog
  Switzerland Gregory Rast Fabian Cancellara Annette Beutler Maxime Beney
 Turkey Esra Kurkcu
 Ukraine Vladimir Zagorodniy Andriy Hrivko Elyzaveta Bochkaryova Iryna Shpylyova Vitaliy Kondrut Oleksandr Surutkovych
 United Arab Emirates Shambih Khaled Ali Alsabbagh Humaid
 United Kingdom Hamish Haynes Jason MacIntyre Nicole Cooke Rebecca Romero Peter Bissell Daniel Davies
 United States George Hincapie David Zabriskie Kristin Armstrong Kristin Armstrong Craig Lewis Brent Bookwalter
 Uzbekistan Sergey Lagutin Nikolay Kazakbaev
 Venezuela Manuel Medina Tomás Gil Maria Briceno Naielys García Tomás Terecen Víctor Moreno
 Zimbabwe Brian Zengeni Dave Martin

Note: In some cases the U23 champion is the highest placed U23 rider in the elite men's race.

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