2014 UCI Road World Championships – Men's junior time trial

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Men's junior time trial
2014 UCI Road World Championships
Time trial Rainbow jersey
Time trial Rainbow jersey
Race details
Dates23 September 2014
Stages1
Distance29.50 km (18.33 mi)
Winning time36' 13.49"[1]
Medalists
   Gold  Lennard Kämna (DEU)
   Silver  Adrien Costa (USA)
   Bronze  Michael Storer (AUS)
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The Men's junior time trial of the 2014 UCI Road World Championships took place in and around Ponferrada, Spain on 23 September 2014. The course of the race was 29.50 km (18.33 mi) with the start and finish in Ponferrada.[2]

Lennard Kämna became the first German rider to win the world title since Marcel Kittel in 2006, with a winning margin of almost 45 seconds over his nearest competitor. The silver medal went to American rider Adrien Costa, with the bronze medal going to Australia's Michael Storer; Costa and Storer were the only riders to get within a minute of Kämna's time.

Qualification[edit]

All National Federations were allowed to enter four riders for the race, with a maximum of two riders to start. In addition to this number, the outgoing World Champion and the current continental champions were also able to take part.[3]

For the event, competing riders used numbers 2 to 70, as number 1 was left unused.[4] Number 1 was scheduled to be worn by the defending World Champion, Igor Decraene, but three weeks prior to the championships – on 30 August 2014 – Decraene was killed in Zulte, Belgium, while returning from a house party.[5]

Champion Name Note
Outgoing World Champion  Igor Decraene (BEL) Did not participate (deceased)[5]
African Champion  Ivan Venter (RSA)
European Champion  Lennard Kämna (DEU)
Oceanian Champion  Michael Storer (AUS)
Pan American Champion  Jaime Restrepo (COL)
Asian Champion  Kim Ji-Hun (KOR) Did not participate

Course[edit]

The course of the men's junior time trial was 29.50 km (18.33 mi); it was held over the same course as the women's time trial. The time trial started in the centre of Ponferrada and passed through La Martina, Posada del Bierzo and Carracedelo before returning to Ponferrada. The total incline of the course was 172 m (564 ft). A few kilometres before the finish there was a climb, with an incline of over 100 m (330 ft) and a maximum inclination of 7%. A short stretch before riding into Ponferrada was made for the championships.[6]

Schedule[edit]

All times are in Central European Time (UTC+1).[7]

Date Time Event
23 September 2014 10:00–12:40 Men's junior time trial
23 September 2014 13:00 Victory ceremony

Participating nations[edit]

69 cyclists from 40 nations took part in the men's junior time trial. The number of cyclists per nation is shown in parentheses.[4]

Prize money[edit]

The UCI assigned premiums for the top 3 finishers with a total prize money of 1,380.[8]

Position 1st 2nd 3rd Total
Amount[8] €767 €383 €230 €1,380

Final classification[edit]

[1]

Rank Rider Time
1 Germany Lennard Kämna (DEU) 36' 13.49"
2 United States Adrien Costa (USA) + 44.66"
3 Australia Michael Storer (AUS) + 58.11"
4 Italy Filippo Ganna (ITA) + 1' 05.94"
5 United States Zeke Mostov (USA) + 1' 19.13"
6 Luxembourg Tom Wirtgen (LUX) + 1' 29.86"
7 Germany Sven Reutter (DEU) + 1' 34.27"
8 Republic of Ireland Michael O'Loughlin (IRL) + 1' 42.81"
9 Colombia Jaime Restrepo (COL) + 1' 43.89"
10 United Kingdom Matthew Gibson (GBR) + 1' 46.81"
11 Germany Jan Tschernoster (DEU) + 1' 47.53"
12 Denmark Niklas Larsen (DEN) + 1' 51.55"
13 Poland Mikołaj Gutek (POL) + 1' 58.45"
14 France Corentin Ermenault (FRA) + 2' 01.63"
15 Norway Tobias Foss (NOR) + 2' 01.77"
16 Ukraine Mark Padun (UKR) + 2' 10.57"
17 Poland Szymon Sajnok (POL) + 2' 17.32"
18 Russia Nikolay Ilichev (RUS) + 2' 21.66"
19 Switzerland Gino Mäder (SUI) + 2' 22.71"
20 Belgium Senne Leysen (BEL) + 2' 22.99"
21 Italy Edoardo Affini (ITA) + 2' 34.67"
22 Ukraine Vitaliy Novakovskyi (UKR) + 2' 36.20"
23 Kazakhstan Alisher Zhumakan (KAZ) + 2' 37.00"
24 Belgium Martin Palm (BEL) + 2' 45.51"
25 France Jérémy Defaye (FRA) + 2' 46.05"
26 Denmark Anders Hardahl (DEN) + 2' 55.93"
27 Belarus Anton Ivashkin (BLR) + 2' 56.25"
28 South Africa Gustav Basson (RSA) + 2' 56.35"
29 Sweden Hampus Anderberg (SWE) + 2' 56.92"
30 Portugal Ivo Oliveira (POR) + 3' 00.96"
31 Slovenia Izidor Penko (SLO) + 3' 03.41"
32 Ecuador Adrián Jaramillo (ECU) + 3' 03.54"
33 Norway Erlend Blikra (NOR) + 3' 07.45"
34 Republic of Ireland Mark Downey (IRL) + 3' 09.49"
35 Switzerland Martin Schäppi (SUI) + 3' 10.48"
36 North Macedonia Andrej Petrovski (MKD) + 3' 27.13"
37 Colombia Daniel Felipe Martínez (COL) + 3' 27.46"
38 Kazakhstan Yuriy Natarov (KAZ) + 3' 28.71"
39 Luxembourg Kevin Geniets (LUX) + 3' 30.05"
40 Belarus Ilya Volkau (BLR) + 3' 30.94"
41 Turkey Onur Balkan (TUR) + 3' 34.33"
42 Argentina Facundo Crisafulli (ARG) + 3' 35.36"
43 Russia Petr Rikunov (RUS) + 3' 36.42"
44 South Africa Ivan Venter (RSA) + 3' 36.84"
45 Portugal Tiago Antunes (POR) + 3' 38.71"
46 Sweden Gustaf Andersson (SWE) + 3' 40.94"
47 Canada Pier-André Côté (CAN) + 3' 41.33"
48 Brazil André Gohr (BRA) + 3' 44.80"
49 Slovenia Jon Božič (SLO) + 3' 50.26"
50 Estonia Ekke-Kaur Vosman (EST) + 3' 54.03"
51 Turkey Alihan Demirbağ (TUR) + 3' 55.35"
52 Slovakia David Zverko (SVK) + 3' 57.09"
53 Spain Diego López (ESP) + 4' 00.15"
54 Algeria Islam Mansouri (ALG) + 4' 15.59"
55 Spain Xavier Cañellas (ESP) + 4' 18.54"
56 Japan Keigo Kusaba (JPN) + 4' 24.98"
57 Estonia Norman Vahtra (EST) + 4' 34.99"
58 Morocco Abderrahim Zahiri (MAR) + 4' 48.48"
59 Morocco El Mehdi Chokri (MAR) + 4' 52.87"
60 Romania Emil Dima (ROU) + 5' 19.51"
61 Algeria Zoheir Benyoub (ALG) + 5' 21.21"
62 Uruguay Brian Carro (URU) + 5' 23.26"
63 Uzbekistan Roman Shukurov (UZB) + 5' 30.31"
64 Azerbaijan Elgun Alizada (AZE) + 5' 40.09"
65 Hungary Dávid Karl (HUN) + 6' 16.39"
66 Azerbaijan Kanan Gahramanli (AZE) + 6' 46.04"
67 Egypt Ayman Elsayed Imam (EGY) + 7' 07.40"
68 Egypt Mohamed Eleiwa Helal (EGY) + 7' 35.12"
69 Uzbekistan Ulugbek Saidov (UZB) + 8' 38.99"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Results / Résultats: Men Juniors Individual Time Trial / Contre-la-montre individuel Hommes Juniors" (PDF). Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 23 September 2014. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-01-29. Retrieved 23 September 2014.
  2. ^ "Racing Programme". mundialciclismoponferrada. Archived from the original on 2014-11-12. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  3. ^ "Competition Guide Appendices" (PDF). UCI. Retrieved 1 September 2014.
  4. ^ a b "Start List / Liste de départ: Men Juniors Individual Time Trial / Contre-la-montre individuel Hommes Juniors" (PDF). Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 23 September 2014. Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 23 September 2014.
  5. ^ a b "Wereldkampioen tijdrijden Igor Decraene (18) stapt uit het leven" [World time trial champion Igor Decraene (18) loses his life] (in Dutch). hln.be. 30 August 2014.
  6. ^ "Individual time trial elite women (course)" (PDF). mundialciclismoponferrada .com. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  7. ^ "Sport Competition Schedule" (PDF). mundialciclismoponferrada.com. Retrieved 2 September 2014.
  8. ^ a b "Competitions Guide" (PDF). uci.ch. Retrieved 5 September 2014.