European Road Championships

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European Road Cycling Championships
EuropeanChampionJersey(2016).png
The champion's jersey
Race details
Region Europe
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Europe Tour
History
First edition 1995 (1995)

The European Road Cycling Championships are the set of European championship events for the various disciplines and distances in road cycling and have been regulated by the European Cycling Union since 1995. The championships are for under-23, junior (since 2005) and Elite riders (since 2016). The championships include a road race and an individual time trial since 1997, with women's events shorter than men's and junior's events shorter than under-23's. Championships are open to riders selected by their national cycling governing body. They compete in the colours of their country.

Competitions[edit]

Number Year Country City Category Events
Road race Time trial
1 1995  Czech Republic Trutnov Under-23 2
2 1996  United Kingdom Isle of Man Under-23 2
3 1997  Austria Villach Under-23 4
4 1998  Sweden Uppsala Under-23 4
5 1999  Portugal Lisbon Under-23 4
6 2000  Poland Kielce Under-23 4
7 2001  France Apremont Under-23 4
8 2002  Italy Bergamo Grassobbio Under-23 4
9 2003  Greece Athens Vouliagmeni Under-23 4
10 2004  Estonia Otepää Under-23 4
11 2005  Russia Moscow Moscow Under-23, Junior 8
12 2006  Netherlands Valkenburg Heerlen
Valkenburg
Under-23, Junior 8
13 2007  Bulgaria Sofia Under-23, Junior 8
14 2008  Italy Verbania
Pallanza
Arona
Stresa
Under-23, Junior 8
15 2009  Belgium Hooglede-Gits Under-23, Junior 8
16 2010  Turkey Ankara Under-23, Junior 8
17 2011  Italy Offida Under-23, Junior 8
18 2012  Netherlands Goes Under-23, Junior 8
19 2013  Czech Republic Olomouc Under-23, Junior 8
20 2014   Switzerland Nyon Under-23, Junior 8
21 2015  Estonia Tartu Under-23, Junior 8
22 2016  France Plumelec Elite, Under-23, Junior 12
23 2017  Denmark Herning Elite, Under-23, Junior 12
24 2018  Czech Republic Zlín[1] Brno[1] Under-23, Junior 8
 United Kingdom Glasgow[2] Elite 4

All time medal table[edit]

As of August 8 2018.

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Italy (ITA)30272784
2 Netherlands (NED)1911535
3 Russia (RUS)17121847
4 France (FRA)16212259
5 Germany (GER)1341532
6 Denmark (DEN)98320
7 Ukraine (UKR)812626
8 Belgium (BEL)811827
9 Poland (POL)85316
10  Switzerland (SUI)55414
11 Sweden (SWE)35210
12 Lithuania (LTU)34613
13 Great Britain (GBR)34310
14 Slovenia (SLO)33511
15 Czech Republic (CZE)3227
16 Norway (NOR)24410
17 Slovakia (SVK)2002
18 Belarus (BLR)1337
19 Latvia (LAT)1236
20 Spain (ESP)1135
21 Austria (AUT)1124
 Portugal (POR)1124
23 Croatia (CRO)1001
24 Luxembourg (LUX)0404
25 Estonia (EST)0202
26 Ireland (IRL)0112
27 Hungary (HUN)0011
Totals (27 nations)158153148459

Men's events[edit]

Men's road race[edit]

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold medal 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver medal 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze medal
2016 Slovakia Peter Sagan France Julian Alaphilippe Spain Daniel Moreno
2017 Norway Alexander Kristoff Italy Elia Viviani Netherlands Moreno Hofland
2018 Italy Matteo Trentin Netherlands Mathieu van der Poel Belgium Wout van Aert

Men's time trial[edit]

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold medal 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver medal 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze medal
2016 Spain Jonathan Castroviejo Belgium Victor Campenaerts Italy Moreno Moser
2017 Belgium Victor Campenaerts Poland Maciej Bodnar Republic of Ireland Ryan Mullen
2018 Belgium Victor Campenaerts Spain Jonathan Castroviejo Germany Maximilian Schachmann

Men's U23 road race[edit]

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold medal 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver medal 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze medal
1995 Italy Mirko Celestino Latvia Romāns Vainšteins Italy Giuliano Figueras
1996 Portugal Cândido Barbosa Italy Daniele Contrini Russia Sergei Ivanov
1997 Italy Salvatore Commesso Switzerland Sven Montgomery Austria Gerrit Glomser
1998 Slovenia Zoran Klemenčič Belgium Andy Vidts Germany Raphael Schweda
1999 Italy Michele Gobbi Italy Luca Paolini Italy Fabio Bulgarelli
2000 Italy Graziano Gasparre Sweden Stefan Adamsson Italy Lorenzo Bernucci
2001 Italy Giampaolo Caruso Germany Eric Baumann Ukraine Roman Luhovyy
2002 Switzerland Michael Albasini Russia Mikhail Timochine France Mathieu Sprick
2003 Italy Giovanni Visconti France Jérémy Roy Slovenia Kristjan Fajt
2004 Latvia Kalvis Eisaks Netherlands Tom Veelers Latvia Arturs Ansons
2005 Czech Republic František Raboň Denmark Anders Lund Belgium Nick Ingels
2006 France Benoît Sinner Estonia René Mandri Italy Francesco Gavazzi
2007 Russia Andrey Klyuev Lithuania Ignatas Konovalovas Latvia Normunds Lasis
2008 France Cyril Gautier Germany Paul Voss Russia Timofey Kritskiy
2009 Belgium Kris Boeckmans Poland Jarosław Marycz Italy Sacha Modolo
2010 Poland Piotr Gawronski Portugal Nelson Oliveira France Arnaud Démare
2011 Germany Julian Kern Belarus Siarhei Novikau Belarus Konstantin Klimiankou
2012 Slovenia Jan Tratnik Latvia Andžs Flaksis Netherlands Wouter Wippert
2013 Belgium Sean De Bie Czech Republic Petr Vakoč Latvia Toms Skujiņš
2014 Switzerland Stefan Küng Italy Iuri Filosi France Anthony Turgis
2015 Slovakia Erik Baška Russia Mamyr Stash Italy Davide Martinelli
2016 Belarus Alexandr Riabushenko Belgium Bjorg Lambrecht Italy Andrea Vendrame
2017 Denmark Casper Pedersen France Benoit Cosnefroy Switzerland Marc Hirschi
2018 Switzerland Marc Hirschi France Victor Lafay Spain Fernando Barceló

Men's U23 time trial[edit]

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold medal 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver medal 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze medal
1997 France Guillaume Auger Italy Fabio Malberti Italy Maurizio Caravaggio
1998 Russia Oleg Joukov Italy Marco Pinotti Hungary László Bodrogi
1999 Croatia Martin Cotar United Kingdom Charly Wegelius France Nicolas Fritsch
2000 Russia Evgeni Petrov Poland Pawel Zugaj Russia Dmitri Stemov
2001 Italy Manuel Quinziato Russia Alexander Bespalov Germany Sebastian Lang
2002 Sweden Jonas Olsson Russia Alexander Bespalov Slovenia Jure Zrimšek
2003 Germany Markus Fothen Slovenia Jure Zrimšek Russia Vladimir Gusev
2004 Germany Christian Müller Slovenia Janez Brajkovič Russia Alexei Esin
2005 Ukraine Dmytro Grabovskyy Belgium Dominique Cornu Slovenia Janez Brajkovič
2006 Ukraine Dmytro Grabovskyy France Jérôme Coppel Belgium Dominique Cornu
2007 Russia Maxim Belkov Estonia Rein Taaramäe Italy Adriano Malori
2008 Italy Adriano Malori Russia Timofey Kritskiy Russia Artem Ovechkin
2009 Germany Marcel Kittel Russia Timofey Kritskiy Denmark Rasmus Quaade
2010 United Kingdom Alex Dowsett France Geoffrey Soupe Portugal Nelson Oliveira
2011 France Yoann Paillot Luxembourg Bob Jungels Norway Vegard Laengen
2012 Denmark Rasmus Quaade Luxembourg Bob Jungels Ukraine Oleksandr Golovash
2013 Belgium Victor Campenaerts Ukraine Oleksandr Golovash Germany Jasha Sütterlin
2014 Switzerland Stefan Küng Italy Davide Martinelli Russia Alexander Evtushenko
2015 Netherlands Steven Lammertink Ukraine Marlen Zmorka Germany Maximilian Schachmann
2016 Germany Lennard Kamna Italy Filippo Ganna France Rémi Cavagna
2017 Denmark Kasper Asgreen Denmark Mikkel Bjerg France Corentin Ermenault
2018 Italy Edoardo Affini Slovenia Izidor Penko Austria Markus Wildauer

Women's events[edit]

Women's road race[edit]

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold medal 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver medal 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze medal
2016 Netherlands Anna van der Breggen Poland Katarzyna Niewiadoma Italy Elisa Longo Borghini
2017 Netherlands Marianne Vos Italy Giorgia Bronzini Russia Olga Zabelinskaya
2018 Italy Marta Bastianelli Netherlands Marianne Vos Germany Lisa Brennauer

Women's time trial[edit]

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold medal 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver medal 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze medal
2016 Netherlands Ellen van Dijk Netherlands Anna van der Breggen Russia Olga Zabelinskaya
2017 Netherlands Ellen van Dijk Belgium Ann-Sophie Duyck Netherlands Anna van der Breggen
2018 Netherlands Ellen van Dijk Netherlands Anna van der Breggen Germany Trixi Worrack

Women's U23 road race[edit]

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold medal 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver medal 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze medal
1995 Germany Regina Schleicher Germany Evi Gensheimer Germany Elena Unruh
1996 Germany Hanka Kupfernagel Lithuania Diana Žiliūtė France Elisabeth Chevanne-Brunel
1997 France Elisabeth Chevanne-Brunel Ukraine Tetyana Styazhkina Spain Izasqun Bengoa
1998 Sweden Susanne Ljungskog Lithuania Diana Žiliūtė Netherlands Mirella van Melis
1999 Ukraine Tetyana Styazhkina Ukraine Oksana Saprykina Switzerland Nicole Brändli
2000 Italy Alessandra D’Ettorre Netherlands Mirella van Melis Italy Vera Carrara
2001 Netherlands Mirella van Melis Germany Angela Hennig-Brodtka France Sophie Creux
2002 Germany Trixi Worrack Belgium Evy Van Damme France Virginie Moinard
2003 Spain María Isabel Moreno Germany Theresa Senff Netherlands Vera Koedooder
2004 Sweden Monica Holler Netherlands Bertine Spijkerman France Nathalie Tirard Collet
2005 Italy Gessica Turato Sweden Monica Holler Lithuania Modesta Vžesniauskaitė
2006 Netherlands Marianne Vos Italy Tatiana Guderzo Sweden Monica Holler
2007 Netherlands Marianne Vos Italy Marta Bastianelli Lithuania Rasa Leleivytė
2008 Lithuania Rasa Leleivytė Ukraine Lesya Kalytovska Italy Marta Bastianelli
2009 Netherlands Chantal Blaak United Kingdom Katie Colclough Netherlands Marianne Vos
2010 Netherlands Noortje Tabak Ukraine Lesya Kalytovska Lithuania Aušrinė Trebaitė
2011 Russia Larisa Pankova Belarus Alena Amialiusik Netherlands Lucinda Brand
2012 Belgium Evelyn Arys Italy Barbara Guarischi Netherlands Kim de Baat
2013 Italy Susanna Zorzi Italy Francesca Cauz Ukraine Hanna Solovey
2014 Netherlands Sabrina Stultiens Italy Elena Cecchini France Annabelle Dreville
2015 Poland Katarzyna Niewiadoma Italy Ilaria Sanguineti Netherlands Thalita de Jong
2016 Poland Katarzyna Niewiadoma Denmark Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig France Séverine Eraud
2017 Denmark Pernille Mathiesen Norway Susanne Andersen United Kingdom Alice Barnes
2018 Czech Republic Nikola Nosková Netherlands Aafke Soet Italy Letizia Paternoster

Women's U23 time trial[edit]

Year 1st, gold medalist(s) Gold medal 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver medal 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze medal
1997 Lithuania Diana Žiliūtė Spain Izasqun Bengoa Sweden Jenny Algelid
1998 Lithuania Diana Žiliūtė Sweden Susanne Ljungskog Lithuania Rasa Mažeikytė
1999 Ukraine Tetyana Styazhkina Switzerland Nicole Brändli United Kingdom Ceris Gilfillan
2000 Czech Republic Lada Kozlíková United Kingdom Ceris Gilfillan Switzerland Nicole Brändli
2001 Switzerland Nicole Brändli Czech Republic Lada Kozlíková Russia Olga Zabelinskaya
2002 Russia Olga Zabelinskaya Italy Vera Carrara Netherlands Vera Koedooder
2003 France Virginie Moinard Germany Madeleine Sandig Spain María Isabel Moreno
2004 Italy Tatiana Guderzo Germany Madeleine Sandig Italy Anna Zugno
2005 Germany Madeleine Sandig Italy Tatiana Guderzo Italy Anna Zugno
2006 Denmark Linda Villumsen Italy Tatiana Guderzo Germany Bianca Knoepfle
2007 Denmark Linda Villumsen Ukraine Svitlana Halyuk Czech Republic Martina Sáblíková
2008 Netherlands Ellen van Dijk Ukraine Svitlana Halyuk Ukraine Lesya Kalytovska
2009 Netherlands Ellen van Dijk Sweden Emilia Fahlin Netherlands Marianne Vos
2010 Russia Alexandra Burchenkova Sweden Emilia Fahlin Lithuania Katažina Sosna
2011 France Mélodie Lesueur Russia Larisa Pankova Lithuania Katažina Sosna
2012 Netherlands Anna van der Breggen Germany Mieke Kröger Italy Elisa Longo Borghini
2013 Ukraine Hanna Solovey Italy Rossella Ratto Russia Ksenia Dobrynina
2014 Germany Mieke Kröger France Séverine Eraud Switzerland Ramona Forchini
2015 Germany Mieke Kröger Ukraine Olga Shekel Germany Corinna Lechner
2016 Russia Anastasiia Iakovenko Belarus Ksenyia Tuhai Germany Lisa Klein
2017 Denmark Pernille Mathiesen Denmark Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig Germany Lisa Klein
2018 Netherlands Aafke Soet Germany Lisa Klein Czech Republic Nikola Nosková

Junior events[edit]

Men's junior road race[edit]

Men's junior time trial[edit]

Women's junior road race[edit]

Women's junior time trial[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Turgis, Dominique (18 April 2018). "Deux villes pour le Championnat d'Europe Espoirs" [Two cities for the U23 European Championship]. DirectVelo (in French). Association Le Peloton. Retrieved 1 July 2018. Brno accueillera les épreuves contre-la-montre. Zlin recevra les courses en ligne. [Brno will host the time trials. Zlin will receive the road races.]
  2. ^ "Sports Programme: 2–12 August 2018" (PDF). Glasgow 2018. Culture and Sport Glasgow. Retrieved 14 May 2017.

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