2013 national road cycling championships

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The 2013 national road cycling championships began in Australia with the time trial event (both men and women) on January 9.

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 green and gold on the jerseys of Australian national champions.

2013 champions[edit]

Men's Elite[edit]

Country Men's Elite Road Race Champion Champion's Team at road Men's Elite Time Trial Champion Champion's Team at time
 Albania Redi Halilaj Redi Halilaj
 Algeria Hichem Chabane Vélo Club Sovac Adel Barbari
 Andorra Guy Diaz
 Angola Igor Silva Igor Silva
 Antigua and Barbuda André Simon Jyme Bridges
 Argentina Gabriel Juárez Leandro Messineo San Luis Somos Todos
 Aruba George Winterdal George Winterdal
 Australia Luke Durbridge[1] Orica–GreenEDGE[1] Luke Durbridge[2] Orica–GreenEDGE[2]
 Austria Riccardo Zoidl Gourmetfein–Simplon Matthias Brändle IAM Cycling
 Azerbaijan Samir Jabrayilov Synergy Baku Elchin Asadov Synergy Baku
 Bahamas Tracy Sweeting Jay Major[N 1]
 Barbados Jamol Eastmond Russell Elcock
 Belarus Andrei Krasilnikau Kanstantsin Sivtsov Team Sky
 Belgium Stijn Devolder RadioShack–Leopard Kristof Vandewalle Omega Pharma–Quick-Step
 Belize Byron Pope Edgar Arana
 Bermuda Dominique Mayho Shannon Lawrence
 Bolivia Gilber Zurita Basilio Ramos
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Nikica Atlagić Nikica Atlagić
 Botswana Bernardo Ayuso Erastus Bernardo Ayuso Erastus
 Brazil Rodrigo Nascimento Luiz Carlos Tavares
 British Virgin Islands Philippe Leroy[N 2] Philippe Leroy
 Brunei Bin Abd Hadizid Azmi CCN
 Bulgaria Danail Petrov Caja Rural–Seguros RGA Spas Gyurov
 Burkina Faso Hamidou Yameogo
 Canada Zachary Bell Champion System Curtis Dearden
 Cayman Islands Michele Smith
 Chile Julio Garcés Gerson Zuñiga
 China Shuang Shan Hengxiang Cycling Team Chen Libin[N 3]
 Colombia Walter Pedraza EPM–UNE Carlos Ospina
 Democratic Republic of the Congo
 Costa Rica Paul Betancourt Henry Raabe
 Ivory Coast Bassirou Konte
 Croatia Robert Kišerlovski RadioShack–Leopard Matija Kvasina Gourmetfein–Simplon
 Cuba
 Curaçao Luis Javier Martínez Jendelo Paula
 Cyprus Marios Athanasiadis Marios Athanasiadis
 Czech Republic Jan Bárta NetApp–Endura Jan Bárta NetApp–Endura
 Denmark Michael Mørkøv Saxo–Tinkoff Brian Vandborg Cannondale
 Djibouti Mourad Ahmed[N 4]
 Dominican Republic Diego Milán[3] Inteja Rodny Minier[4]
 El Salvador Rafael Carias Jimmy López
 Eritrea Meron Teshome Metkel Kiflay
 Estonia Rein Taaramäe Cofidis Tanel Kangert Astana
 Ethiopia Tsgabu Grmay MTN–Qhubeka Tsgabu Grmay MTN–Qhubeka
 Finland Jussi Veikkanen FDJ.fr Samuel Pökälä
 France Arthur Vichot FDJ Sylvain Chavanel Omega Pharma–Quick-Step
 Gabon Cédric Thaouta Ephrem Ekobena
 Georgia Giorgi Nareklishvili Besik Gavasheli
 Germany André Greipel Lotto–Belisol Tony Martin Omega Pharma–Quick-Step
 Greece Ioannis Tamouridis Euskaltel–Euskadi Ioannis Tamouridis Euskaltel–Euskadi
 Guatemala Julian Yac Manuel Rodas
 Guyana Raynauth Jeffrey Raynauth Jeffrey
 Hong Kong Cheung King-Wai Choi Ki Ho
 Hungary Krisztián Lovassy Utensilnord Ora24.eu Gábor Fejes
 Iceland Ingvar Ómarsson Hafsteinn Geirsson
 India Shreedhar Savanur Arvind Panwar
 Indonesia Aiman Cahyadi
 Iran Ghader Mizbani Tabriz Petrochemical Team Behnam Khalili Azad University Giant Team
 Ireland Matt Brammeier Champion System Michael Hutchinson
 Israel Yuval Dolin Yoav Bear
 Italy Ivan Santaromita BMC Racing Team Marco Pinotti BMC Racing Team
 Jamaica Oshane Williams Peter Thompson
 Japan Yukiya Arashiro Team Europcar Masatoshi Oba C-Project
 Kazakhstan Alexsandr Dyachenko Astana Andrey Mizurov Torku Şekerspor
 Kyrgyzstan Evgeny Vakker Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team Evgeny Vakker Qinghai Tianyoude Cycling Team
 Latvia Aleksejs Saramotins IAM Cycling Gatis Smukulis Team Katusha
 Lesotho Teboho Khantsi Phetetso Monese
 Lebanon Hassan El Hajj Athletico Bike Generation Salah Ribah
 Liechtenstein Gordian Banzer[N 5] Karlheinz Risch
 Lithuania Tomas Vaitkus Orica–GreenEDGE Ignatas Konovalovas MTN–Qhubeka
 Luxembourg Bob Jungels RadioShack–Leopard Bob Jungels RadioShack–Leopard
 Macedonia Predrag Dimevski Zoran Ristovski
 Madagascar Nambinina Randrianantenaina David Solofoson
 Malawi Missi Kathumba
 Malaysia Mohamed Mat Amin Terengganu Cycling Team Mohamed Lutfi
 Mali Yacouba Togola
 Malta Etienne Bonello Etienne Bonello
 Mauritius Steward Pharmasse Yannick Lincoln
 Mongolia
 Moldova Alexandr Braico Tusnad Cycling Team Sergiu Cioban Tusnad Cycling Team
 Morocco Abdelatif Saadoune Soufiane Haddi
 Mexico Luis Enrique Lemus Jelly Belly–Kenda Bernardo Colex
 Namibia Till Drobisch MTN Qhubeka-WCC Africa Team Till Drobisch MTN Qhubeka-WCC Africa Team
 Netherlands Johnny Hoogerland[5] Vacansoleil–DCM[5] Lieuwe Westra[6] Vacansoleil–DCM[6]
 New Zealand Hayden Roulston[7] RadioShack–Leopard[7] Joseph Cooper[8] Huon Salmon–Genesys Wealth Advisers[8]
 Nicaragua
 Nigeria Sodiq Ajibade
 Norway Thor Hushovd BMC Racing Team Edvald Boasson Hagen Team Sky
 Panama José Javier Rios Hector Zepeda
 Pakistan Mohammad Sajid
 Paraguay Ruben Armoa Gustavo Miño
 Peru Cesar Mucha Royner Navarro
 Philippines Rustom Lim LBC-MVPSF Cycling Pilipinas Ronald Oranza LBC-MVPSF Cycling Pilipinas
 Poland Michał Kwiatkowski Omega Pharma–Quick-Step Maciej Bodnar Cannondale
 Portugal Joni Brandão Efapel–Glassdrive Rui Costa Movistar Team
 Puerto Rico Juan Martínez Adorno Eddy Sorriano
 Romania Andrei Nechita Andrei Nechita[N 6]
 Russia Vladimir Isaichev Team Katusha Ilnur Zakarin RusVelo
 Rwanda Gasore Haţegeka
 Saint Lucia Kurt Maraj
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Oneil George
 Saint Kitts and Nevis
 San Marino Luca Forcellini
 Serbia Ivan Stević Tusnad Cycling Team Esad Hasanović
 Seychelles Dominic Arrisol Dominic Arrisol
 Singapore Low Ji Wen[N 7] OCBC Singapore Continental Cycling Team Ho Jun-Rong[N 8] OCBC Singapore Continental Cycling Team
 Sierra Leone Mohamed Thorley
 Slovakia Peter Sagan Cannondale Peter Velits Omega Pharma–Quick-Step
 Slovenia Luka Pibernik Radenska Klemen Štimulak Adria Mobil
 South Africa Jay Thomson[9] MTN–Qhubeka[9] Daryl Impey[10] Orica–GreenEDGE[10]
 South Korea Jung Ji-Min KSPO
 Spain Jesús Herrada Movistar Team Jonathan Castroviejo Movistar Team
 Suriname Moses Rickets Moses Rickets
 Sweden Michael Olsson Team People4you-Unaas Cycling Gustav Larsson IAM Cycling
  Switzerland Michael Schär BMC Racing Team Fabian Cancellara[11] RadioShack–Leopard[11]
 Taiwan Feng Chun-kai Champion System Feng Chun-kai Champion System
 Tanzania Emmanuel Mathias Hamisi Mkona
 Thailand Nawuti Liphongyu
 Togo
 Tunisia Rafaâ Chtioui Rafaâ Chtioui
 Turkey Nazim Bakırcı Torku Şekerspor Bekir Baki Akırşan Torku Şekerspor
 Trinidad and Tobago Emile Abraham Emile Abraham
 Uganda
 Ukraine Denys Kostyuk Kolss Cycling Team Andriy Vasylyuk Kolss Cycling Team
 United Kingdom Mark Cavendish Omega Pharma–Quick-Step Alex Dowsett Movistar Team
 United Arab Emirates Yousif Banihammad Mohammed Al Murawwi
 Uruguay Nicolas Arachichu Jorge Soto
 United States Fred Rodriguez Jelly Belly–Kenda Tom Zirbel Optum–Kelly Benefit Strategies
 United States Virgin Islands Mark Defour Mark Defour
 Uzbekistan Muradjan Khalmuratov RTS Racing Team Muradjan Khalmuratov RTS Racing Team
 Venezuela Edwin Becerra José Rujano Vacansoleil–DCM
 Vietnam Thanh Tam Nguyen Minh Thuy Bui
 Zimbabwe Bright Chipongo Bright Chipongo

Women's[edit]

Country Women's Elite Road Race Champion Champion's team at time Women's Elite Time Trial Champion Champion's team at time
 Albania
 Algeria
 Andorra
 Angola
 Antigua and Barbuda Tamiko Butler Kevinia Francis Road Runners Cycling Club
 Argentina
 Aruba
 Australia Gracie Elvin Orica–AIS Shara Gillow Orica–AIS
 Austria Andrea Graus Bigla Cycling Team
 Azerbaijan
 Bahamas
 Barbados
 Belarus Alena Amialiusik Be Pink Alena Amialiusik Be Pink
 Belgium Liesbet De Vocht Rabobank–Liv Giant Liesbet De Vocht Rabobank–Liv Giant
 Belize
 Bermuda
 Bolivia
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Botswana
 Brazil
 British Virgin Islands
 Brunei
 Bulgaria
 Burkina Faso
 Canada Joëlle Numainville Optum–Kelly Benefit Strategies Joëlle Numainville Optum–Kelly Benefit Strategies
 Cayman Islands
 China
 China
 Colombia Serika Mitchell Guluma
 Democratic Republic of the Congo
 Costa Rica
 Ivory Coast
 Croatia
 Cuba
 Curaçao
 Cyprus
 Czech Republic Martina Sáblíková Martina Sáblíková
 Denmark Kamilla Sofie Valin Team Rytger Annika Langvad
 Dominican Republic Juana Fernández Aro & Pedal
 El Salvador
 Eritrea
 Estonia Liisi Rist S.C. Michela Fanini Rox
 Finland
 France Élise Delzenne Bourgogne-Pro Dialog Pauline Ferrand-Prévot Rabobank–Liv Giant
 Gabon
 Georgia
 Germany Trixi Worrack Specialized–lululemon Lisa Brennauer Specialized–lululemon
 Greece Michali Tsavari Eleni
 Guatemala
 Guyana
 Hong Kong
 Hungary Mónika Király
 Iceland
 Iran
 Ireland Melanie Späth Caroline Ryan
 Israel
 Italy Tatiana Guderzo MCipollini–Giordana
 Jamaica
 Japan Eri Yonamine Team Forza Eri Yonamine Team Forza
 Kazakhstan
 Kyrgyzstan
 Latvia Dana Rožlapa
 Lebanon
 Liechtenstein
 Lithuania Agnė Šilinytė Pasta Zara–Cogeas Inga Čilvinaitė Pasta Zara–Cogeas
 Luxembourg Christine Majerus Sengers Ladies Cycling Team
 Macedonia
 Madagascar
 Malaysia
 Mali
 Malta
 Mauritius
 Mongolia
 Moldova
 Morocco
 Mexico Ingrid Drexel Pasta Zara–Cogeas
 Namibia
 Netherlands

details (road race)
details (time trial)

Lucinda Brand Rabobank–Liv Giant Ellen van Dijk[12] Specialized–lululemon[12]
 New Zealand Courteney Lowe Optum–Kelly Benefit Strategies Linda Villumsen Wiggle–Honda
 Nicaragua
 Norway Cecilie Gotaas Johnsen Team Hitec Products Tina Andreassen
 Panama
 Pakistan
 Paraguay
 Peru
 Poland Katarzyna Pawłowska GSD Gestion-Kallisto
 Portugal
 Puerto Rico
 Romania
 Russia Svetlana Stolbova Team Pratomagno Women Tatiana Antoshina MCipollini–Giordana
 Rwanda
 Saint Lucia
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Niesha Alexander
 Saint Kitts and Nevis
 Serbia Ivana Kostic Maja Markovic
 Singapore
 Slovakia Alžbeta Pavlendová
 Slovenia
 South Africa Ashleigh Moolman Pasio Lotto–Belisol Ladies
 South Korea Na Ah-Reum
 Spain Ane Santesteban Bizkaia–Durango Anna Sanchis Bizkaia–Durango
 Suriname
 Sweden Emilia Fahlin Team Hitec Products Emma Johansson Orica–AIS
  Switzerland Doris Schweizer Be Pink Patricia Schwager[11] Faren–Let's Go Finland[11]
 Taiwan
 Thailand
 Togo
 Tunisia
 Turkey Merve Demircioğlu Sakarya Telekom Semra Yetiş Ankara GSK
 Trinidad and Tobago
 Uganda
 Ukraine Yelyzaveta Oshurkova
 United Kingdom Lizzie Armitstead Boels–Dolmans Joanna Rowsell Wiggle–Honda
 United Arab Emirates
 Uruguay
 United States Jade Wilcoxson Optum–Kelly Benefit Strategies Carmen Small Specialized–lululemon
 United States Virgin Islands
 Uzbekistan
 Venezuela Danielys García
 Zimbabwe

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Major finished second to New Zealand's Lee Farmer.
  2. ^ Leroy finished second to the US Virgin Islands' Mark Defour.
  3. ^ Chen finished second to Hong Kong's Cheung King-Lok.
  4. ^ Ahmed finished second to France's Alain Gouvernec.
  5. ^ Banzer finished third, the race was won by Switzerland's Enea Cambianica from Switzerland.
  6. ^ Although Eduard-Michael Grosu recorded the best time for the time trial, he was eligible for Under-23 honours only.
  7. ^ Low finished third to Netherlands' Tjarco Cuppens and Malaysia's Mohamed Ahmad.
  8. ^ Ho finished third to Britain's Lee Rodgers and Netherlands' Tjarco Cuppens.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b Malone, Alex (9 January 2013). "Back-to-back Australian ITT titles for Durbridge". Cycling News. Future Publishing Limited. Retrieved 13 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "Milán y Rodríguez lideran Campeonato Nacional Ciclismo Élite". 7 Dias (in Spanish). San Cristobal. 22 June 2013. Retrieved 30 March 2016. 
  4. ^ "William Guzmán y Rodny Minier triunfan en la prueba contra reloj". Listin Diario (in Spanish). Santo Domingo. 20 April 2013. Retrieved 30 March 2016. 
  5. ^ a b "Hoogerland Nederlands kampioen" [Hoogerland Dutch champion]. NOS.nl (in Dutch). Nederlandse Omroep Stichting. 23 June 2013. Retrieved 23 June 2013. 
  6. ^ a b "Westra wins Dutch time trial title". Cyclingnews.com. Future plc. 19 June 2013. Retrieved 19 June 2013. 
  7. ^ a b "Roulston claims third New Zealand road national title". Cyclingnews.com. Future plc. 13 January 2013. Retrieved 13 January 2013. 
  8. ^ a b "Cooper blasts to time trial victory". Cyclingnews.com. Future plc. 11 January 2013. Retrieved 13 January 2013. 
  9. ^ a b "Thomson wins South African National Championships". MTN–Qhubeka. Qhubeka. 3 March 2013. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  10. ^ a b "Daryl Impey Wins South African National Individual Time Trial Championships". Orica–GreenEDGE. GreenEDGE Cycling. 28 February 2013. Retrieved 28 February 2013. 
  11. ^ a b c d "Cancellara claims 8th national time trial title". Cyclingnews.com. Future plc. 19 June 2013. Retrieved 19 June 2013. 
  12. ^ a b "Van Dijk repeats as Dutch time trial champion". Cyclingnews.com. Future plc. 19 June 2013. Retrieved 19 June 2013.