2012 national road cycling championships

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The 2012 national road cycling championships began in New Zealand with the time trial event (both men and women) on January 6. On January 7 the Women's Road Race.

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 and the Olympics, or unless they are wearing a category leader's jersey in a stage race. Most national champion jerseys tend to represent a country's flag or use the colours from it. Jerseys may also feature traditional sporting colours of a country that are not derived from a national flag, such as the National colours of Australia on the jerseys of Australian national champions.

2012 champions[edit]

Men's Elite[edit]

Country Men's Elite Road Race Champion Champion's Current Team Men's Elite Time Trial Champion Champion's Current Team
 Albania Eugert Zhupa Eugert Zhupa
 Algeria Azzedine Lagab Groupement Sportif Petrolier Algérie Azzedine Lagab Groupement Sportif Petrolier Algérie
 Andorra David Albós Agrupació Ciclista Andorrana
 Angola Igor Silva Igor Silva
 Antigua and Barbuda Jyme Bridges[1] Rattlers[1] Robert Marsh[2] Club Savoy[2]
 Argentina Juan Pablo Dotti[3] Circunvalación en San Juan[3] Ignacio Pereyra[4] Asociación Ciclista Santiagueña[4]
 Aruba George Winterdal Gino Hodge
 Australia Simon Gerrans[5] GreenEDGE[5] Luke Durbridge[6] GreenEDGE[6]
 Austria Lukas Pöstlberger RC Arbö-Wels-Gourmetfein Riccardo Zoidl[7] RC Arbö-Wels-Gourmetfein[7]
 Azerbaijan Oleksandr Surutkovych Team Specialized Concept Store Elchin Asadov Team Specialized Concept Store
 Bahamas Anthony Colebrook Spencer Deleveaux
 Barbados Mario Forde Russell Elcock
 Belarus Yauheni Hutarovich FDJ-BigMat Branislau Samoilau[8] Movistar Team[8]
 Belgium Tom Boonen[9] Omega Pharma-Quick Step[9] Kristof Vandewalle[10] Omega Pharma-Quick Step[10]
 Belize Roger Troyer Byron Pope
 Bermuda Dominique Mayho[11] Madison[11] Dominique Mayho[12] Madison[12]
 Bolivia Horacio Gallardo[13] Óscar Soliz[13] Movistar Continental Team[13]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Vladimir Kuvalja
 Botswana Bernardo Ayuso Bernardo Ayuso
 Brazil Otávio Bulgarelli[14] Funvic-Pindamonhangaba[14] Luiz Carlos Amorim Real Cycling Team
 British Virgin Islands Philippe Leroy[N 1] Philippe Leroy[N 2]
 Brunei
 Bulgaria Danail Petrov[15] Caja Rural[15] Nikolay Mihaylov CCC Polkowice
 Burkina Faso Rasmane Ouedraogo
 Canada Ryan Roth[16] SpiderTech-C10[16] Svein Tuft[17] Orica-GreenEDGE[17]
 Cayman Islands Michele Smith Steve Abbott
 Chile Carlos Oyarzun[18] Triciclo-USM[18] Carlos Oyarzun[18] Triciclo-USM[18]
 China Xu Gang Champion System Xue Ming-Xing Max Success Sports
 Colombia Félix Cárdenas Iván Casas
 Democratic Republic of the Congo Enock Manzambi
 Republic of the Congo
 Costa Rica Pablo Mudarra Rodolfo Villalobos
 Ivory Coast Porolohi Soro
 Croatia Vladimir Miholjević Acqua & Sapone Vladimir Miholjević[19] Acqua & Sapone[19]
 Cuba Pedro Sibila
 Curaçao Marc de Maar UnitedHealthcare Marc de Maar UnitedHealthcare
 Cyprus Vassilis Adamou Marios Athanasiades
 Czech Republic Milan Kadlec[20] ASC Dukla Praha[20] Jan Bárta[21] Team NetApp[21]
 Denmark Sebastian Lander[22] Glud & Marstrand-LRØ[22] Jakob Fuglsang[23] RadioShack-Nissan[23]
 Dominican Republic William Guzman
 Ecuador
 El Salvador Jimmy López Jimmy López
 Eritrea Daniel Teklehaymanot Orica-GreenEDGE Daniel Teklehaymanot[24] Orica-GreenEDGE[24]
 Estonia Tanel Kangert[25] Astana[25] Rein Taaramäe[26] Cofidis[26]
 Finland Jarkko Niemi[27] Koiviston Isku[27] Matti Helminen[28] Landbouwkrediet-Euphony[28]
 France Nacer Bouhanni[9] FDJ-BigMat[9] Sylvain Chavanel[29] Omega Pharma-Quick Step[29]
 Gabon Frédéric Obiang Frédéric Obiang
 Georgia Giorgi Nadiradze Giorgi Nadiradze
 Germany Fabian Wegmann[30] Garmin-Barracuda[30] Tony Martin[31] Omega Pharma-Quick Step[31]
 Greece Ioannis Drakakis Ioannis Tamouridis SP Tableware
 Guatemala Mario Archila[32] Coca-Cola[32] Manuel Rodas[33] Cable DX-Decorabaños[33]
 Guyana Orville Hinds Jude Bentley
 Hong Kong Kwok Ho Ting
 Hungary Péter Kusztor[34] Atlas Personal-Jakroo[34] Gábor Fejes[35] Bátorfi AKTK[35]
 Iceland David Sigurdsson Hakon Sigurdsson
 Iran Hossein Alizadeh Tabriz Petrochemical Cycling Team Alireza Haghi Azad University Cross Team
 Ireland Matt Brammeier Omega Pharma-Quick Step Michael Hutchinson[36] In Gear Quikvit[36]
 Israel Oleg Sergeev Anton Mikailov
 Italy Franco Pellizotti[37] Androni Giocattoli-Venezuela[37] Dario Cataldo[38] Omega Pharma-Quick Step[38]
 Jamaica Linford Blackwood Peter Thompson
 Japan Yukihiro Doi[39] Argos-Shimano[39] Ryota Nishizono[40] Bridgestone-Anchor[40]
 Kazakhstan Assan Bazayev Astana Dmitriy Gruzdev[41] Astana[41]
 Kyrgyzstan Evgeny Vakker Uzbekistan Suren Team Evgeny Vakker Uzbekistan Suren Team
 Latvia Aleksejs Saramotins[42] Cofidis[42] Gatis Smukulis[43] Team Katusha[43]
 Lebanon Nabil Tabbal Zaher el Hage
 Lesotho
 Liechtenstein Daniel Rinner[N 3] Team Vorarlberg Karlheinz Risch
 Lithuania Gediminas Bagdonas[44] An Post-Sean Kelly[44] Ramūnas Navardauskas[45] Garmin-Barracuda[45]
 Luxembourg Laurent Didier[9] RadioShack-Nissan[9] Ben Gastauer[N 4] Ag2r-La Mondiale[46]
 Macedonia Stefan Petrovski Joze Jovanov
 Madagascar Jean Rakotondrasoa Jean Rakotondrasoa
 Malawi
 Malaysia Mohamed Zamri Salleh Terengganu Pro Asia Cycling Team Mohamed Azman Zulkifli
 Mali Oumar Sangare
 Malta Maurice Formosa
 Mauritius Matthieu Leblanc[47] VVJCC[47] Yannick Lincoln
 Mongolia
 Moldova Alexandre Pliuschin[48] Leopard-Trek Continental Team[48] Sergiu Cioban Tusnad Cycling Team
 Morocco Tarik Chaoufi[49] MT[49] Mouhssine Lahsaini[49] FUS de Rabat[49]
 Mexico Luis Enrique Lemus[50] Jelly Belly Bernardo Colex[51] Arenas Tlax-Mex
 Namibia Lotto Petrus[52] MTN Qhubeka[52] Lotto Petrus[52] MTN Qhubeka[52]
 Netherlands Niki Terpstra[9] Omega Pharma-Quick Step[9] Lieuwe Westra[53] Vacansoleil-DCM[53]
 New Zealand James Williamson[N 5] PureBlack Racing[54] Paul Odlin[55] Subway Pro Cycling[55]
 Nicaragua Alvaro Baltodano Walter Gaitán
 Norway Edvald Boasson Hagen[56] Team Sky[56] Reidar Borgersen[57] Team Joker Merida[57]
 Panama José Rodriguez Ramon Carretero[58] Movistar Continental Team[58]
 Pakistan
 Paraguay cancelled[N 6] Oscar Santos
 Peru Cesar Mucha Alexy Limaylla
 Poland Michał Gołaś[59] Omega Pharma-Quick Step[59] Maciej Bodnar[60] Liquigas-Cannondale[60]
 Portugal Manuel Antonio Cardoso[61] Caja Rural[61] José Gonçalves[62] Onda[62]
 Puerto Rico Edgardo Richiez[N 7] Edgardo Richiez
 Romania Zoltan Sipos Mazicon Andrei Nechita
 Russia Eduard Vorganov[63] Team Katusha[63] Denis Menchov[64] Team Katusha[64]
 Rwanda Adrien Niyonshuti MTN Qhubeka
 Saint Lucia Fidel Mangal
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Assim Chapman Reggie Douglas[N 8]
 Serbia Nikola Kozomara Ivan Stević Salcano-Arnavutkoy
 Singapore Darren Low OCBC Singapore Continental Cycling Team Junaidi Bin Hashim[N 9] OCBC Singapore Continental Cycling Team
 Slovakia Peter Sagan[9] Liquigas-Cannondale[9] Peter Velits[65] Omega Pharma-Quick Step[65]
 Slovenia Borut Božič[66] Astana[66] Robert Vrečer[67] Team Vorarlberg[67]
 South Africa Robert Hunter[68] Garmin-Barracuda[68] Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg[69] MTN Qhubeka[69]
 South Korea Jang Chan-Jae Terengganu Pro Asia Cycling Team
 Spain Francisco Ventoso[70] Movistar Team[70] Luis León Sánchez[71] Rabobank[71]
 Suriname Moses Rickets Ruiz Ceder
 Sweden Christopher Stevenson Team UK Youth Gustav Larsson[72] Vacansoleil-DCM[72]
  Switzerland Martin Kohler[73] BMC Racing Team[73] Fabian Cancellara[74] RadioShack-Nissan[74]
 Taiwan Wu Po-Hung Team Senter-Merida Lee Wei-Cheng
 Thailand
 Togo Assion Ayivon
 Tunisia Maher Hasnaoui[75] AS Militaire de Tunis[75]
 Turkey Miraç Kal[76] Konya Torku Şeker Spor[76] Eyüp Karagöbek
 Trinidad and Tobago Troy Nelson Jovian Gomez
 Uganda Leone Matovu
 Ukraine Andriy Hryvko[77] Astana[77] Andriy Hryvko[78] Astana[78]
 United Kingdom Ian Stannard[79] Team Sky[79] Alex Dowsett[80] Team Sky[80]
 United Arab Emirates Badr Banihammad Yousif Banihammad
 Uruguay Emanuel Yanes[81] C.C. Porongos[81] Jorge Soto[82] C.C. Porongos[82]
 United States Timmy Duggan[83] Liquigas-Cannondale[83] David Zabriskie[84] Garmin-Barracuda[84]
 United States Virgin Islands Mark Defour Glenn Massiah
 Uzbekistan Sergey Lagutin Vacansoleil-DCM Muradjan Halmuratov
 Venezuela Miguel Ubeto[N 10] Androni Giocattoli-Venezuela Tomás Gil Androni Giocattoli-Venezuela
 Zimbabwe

Women's[edit]

Country Women's Elite Road Race Champion Champion's Current Team Women's Elite Time Trial Champion Champion's Current Team
 Albania
 Algeria
 Angola
 Antigua and Barbuda Tamiko Butler[2] Team Terminex[2]
 Argentina
 Australia Amanda Spratt[85] GreenEDGE-AIS[85] Shara Gillow[86] GreenEDGE-AIS[86]
 Austria Christiane Soeder[7] ARBÖ Radteam Vitalogic Niederösterreich[7]
 Bahamas
 Barbados
 Belarus
 Belgium Jolien D'Hoore[87] Topsport Vlaanderen-Ridley 2012[87] Liesbet De Vocht[10] Rabobank Women Cycling Team[10]
 Belize
 Bermuda
 Bolivia
 Brazil
 British Virgin Islands
 Brunei
 Bulgaria
 Burkina Faso
 Canada
 Cayman Islands
 Chile
 China
 Colombia
 Republic of the Congo
 Costa Rica
 Ivory Coast
 Croatia
 Cuba
 Curaçao
 Cyprus
 Czech Republic
 Denmark Cathrine Grage[88] Hvidovre CK[88] Cathrine Grage[89] Hvidovre CK[89]
 Ecuador
 El Salvador
 Estonia
 Eritrea
 France
 Finland Lotta Lepistö[90] Porin Tarmo[90] Anne Palm[91] Cycle Club Helsinki[91]
 Germany Judith Arndt[92] Orica-AIS[92] Judith Arndt[93] Orica-AIS[93]
 Greece
 Guatemala
 Guyana
 Hong Kong
 Hungary
 Georgia
 Iceland
 Iran
 Ireland
 Israel
 Italy
 Jamaica
 Japan
 Kazakhstan
 Kyrgyzstan
 Latvia
 Lebanon
 Liechtenstein
 Lesotho
 Lithuania Inga Čilvinaitė[94] Diadora-Pasta Zara[94] Vilija Sereikaitė[45]
 Luxembourg
 Macedonia
 Madagascar
 Malawi
 Malaysia
 Mali
 Malta
 Mauritius
 Mongolia
 Moldova
 Morocco
 Mexico
 Namibia Vera Adrian[52] Vera Adrian[52]
 Netherlands Annemiek van Vleuten[95] Rabobank Women Cycling Team[95] Ellen van Dijk[53]
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Team Specialized–lululemon[53]
 New Zealand Nicky Samuels[96] BikeNZ[96] Lauren Ellis[97] BikeNZ[97]
 Norway Lise Hafsø Nøstvold[98] SK Sandnes
 Panama
 Pakistan
 Peru
 Poland
 Portugal
 Puerto Rico
 Romania
 Russia
 Rwanda
 Saint Lucia
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
 Saint Kitts and Nevis
 Serbia
 Singapore
 Slovakia
 Slovenia Tjaša Rutar[67] Polet Garmin[67]
 South Africa Ashleigh Moolman[99] Lotto Belisol Ladies[99] Cherise Taylor[69] Lotto Belisol Ladies[69]
 South Korea
 Spain Anna Sanchís Bizkaia-Durango Anna Sanchís Bizkaia-Durango
 Suriname
 Sweden Emma Johansson Hitec Products-Mistral Home Emma Johansson Hitec Products-Mistral Home
  Switzerland
 Taiwan
 Thailand
 Tunisia
 Turkey
 Trinidad and Tobago
 Ukraine
 United Kingdom Sharon Laws[100] AA Drink-leontien.nl[100] Wendy Houvenaghel[80] Bike Chain Ricci[80]
 United Arab Emirates
 United States Megan Guarnier[101] Team TIBCO-To The Top[101] Amber Neben[102] Team Specialized–lululemon[102]
 Uzbekistan
 Venezuela
 Zimbabwe

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Leroy finished second to Antigua & Barbuda's Lynn Murray.
  2. ^ Leroy finished second to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines rider Orano Andrews.
  3. ^ Rinner finished second to Swiss rider Yves Covi.
  4. ^ Although Bob Jungels recorded the best time for the time trial, he was eligible for Under-23 honours only.[46]
  5. ^ Williamson finished second overall behind Michael Vink, but Vink was ineligible for the senior event, as he was in contention for Under-23 honours only.[54]
  6. ^ The road race championships were cancelled after a local female cyclist was killed.
  7. ^ Richiez finished second to Mexico's Marco Ortega in the event.
  8. ^ Douglas finished second to France's Patricio Carty in the time trial.
  9. ^ Bin Hashim finished second to Netherlands' Tjarco Cuppens in the time trial.
  10. ^ Ubeto finished second behind Xavier Quevedo, but Quevedo was only eligible for Under-23 honours.

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