2010 UCI Road World Championships – Women's time trial

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Women's time trial
2010 UCI Road World Championships
Rainbow jersey
Race details
DatesSeptember 29, 2010
Stages1
Distance22.8 km (14.17 mi)
Winning time32' 48.44"
Medalists
   Gold  Emma Pooley (GBR) (Great Britain)
   Silver  Judith Arndt (GER) (Germany)
   Bronze  Linda Villumsen (NZL) (New Zealand)
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The Women's time trial of the 2010 UCI Road World Championships cycling event took place on 29 September in Melbourne, Australia.

Emma Pooley became Great Britain's first gold medal winner in the discipline, recording a time 15 seconds quicker than Germany's Judith Arndt – finishing second for the third time – with New Zealand's Linda Villumsen finishing marginally behind Arndt in third, taking her second consecutive third place in the time trial.[1]

Route[edit]

The course covered 22.8 km.[2]

Final classification[edit]

Rank Rider Nation Time
1 Emma Pooley  Great Britain 32' 48.44"
2 Judith Arndt  Germany + 15.17"
3 Linda Villumsen  New Zealand + 15.80"
4 Amber Neben  United States + 37.66"
5 Jeannie Longo  France + 43.94"
6 Evelyn Stevens  United States + 1' 00.08"
7 Tara Whitten  Canada + 1' 05.91"
8 Shara Gillow  Australia + 1' 13.18"
9 Emilia Fahlin  Sweden + 1' 22.20"
10 Tatiana Guderzo  Italy + 1' 25.55"
11 Emma Johansson  Sweden + 1' 33.88"
12 Noemi Cantele  Italy + 1' 41.15"
13 Patricia Schwager   Switzerland + 1' 50.79"
14 Charlotte Becker  Germany + 1' 53.95"
15 Anne Samplonius  Canada + 1' 54.81"
16 Melissa Holt  New Zealand + 2' 05.39"
17 Tatiana Antoshina  Russia + 2' 16.26"
18 Vicki Whitelaw  Australia + 2' 19.31"
19 Alexis Rhodes  Australia + 2' 23.78"
20 Olga Zabelinskaya  Russia + 2' 29.85"
21 Regina Bruins  Netherlands + 2' 59.75"
22 Grace Verbeke  Belgium + 3' 00.98"
23 Katazina Sosna  Lithuania + 3' 01.50"
24 Veronica Leal Balderas  Mexico + 3' 17.65"
25 Svitlana Halyuk  Ukraine + 3' 23.46"
26 Chanpeng Nontasin  Thailand + 3' 38.37"
27 Valeria Teresita Muller  Argentina + 4' 07.49"
28 Lesya Kalytovska  Ukraine + 4' 23.65"
29 Doris Schweizer   Switzerland + 4' 27.95"
30 Monrudee Chapookham  Thailand + 5' 12.53"
31 Rosa Maria Bravo Soba  Spain + 5' 25.97"
32 Yelena Antonova  Kazakhstan + 5' 40.63"
33 Belen Lopez Morales  Spain + 5' 57.56"
34 Kimberley Yap  Malaysia + 5' 58.22"
35 Mariana Mohammad  Malaysia + 6' 45.81"
36 Kathryn Bertine  Saint Kitts and Nevis + 6' 52.90"
37 Dinah Chan  Singapore + 7' 24.47"
Tatiana Panina  Belarus DSQ

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Briton Emma Pooley wins time trial gold in Australia". BBC Sport. BBC. 29 September 2010. Retrieved 29 September 2010.
  2. ^ "Men's time trial course". melbourne2010.com. melbourne2010.com. Retrieved 7 September 2010.

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