UCI Road World Championships – Men's time trial

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UCI Road World Championships – Men's Time Trial
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Race details
Date End of season
Discipline time trial
Type One-day
Organiser UCI
History
First edition 1994 (1994)
Editions 21 (as of 2014)
First winner  Chris Boardman (GBR)
Most wins

 Fabian Cancellara (SUI)

4 times
Most recent  Bradley Wiggins (GBR)

The UCI Road World Championships - Men's Time Trial is the annual world championship for road bicycle racing in the discipline of time trial, organised by the world governing body, the Union Cycliste Internationale. The event was first run in 1994. Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland holds the record for most titles in total - four (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010), and Australian Michael Rogers won three consecutive titles, from 2003 to 2005. The 2003 championship was initially won by the British rider David Millar. Millar later admitted to doping during the event and was stripped of the title. Rogers was subsequently awarded the gold medal for the 2003 event at the 2004 event.

Medal winners[edit]

Men's Time trial medallists
Year Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time Distance Location Ref.
1994  Boardman, ChrisChris Boardman (GBR) 49' 34"  Chiurato, AndreaAndrea Chiurato (ITA) + 0' 48"  Ulrich, JanJan Ulrich (GER) + 1' 51" &
Agrigento, Italy
1995  Indurain, MiguelMiguel Indurain (ESP) 55' 30"  Olano, AbrahamAbraham Olano (ESP) + 0' 49"  Peschel, UweUwe Peschel (GER) + 2' 03" 43 km (27 mi) Duitama, Colombia [1]
1996  Zülle, AlexAlex Zülle (SUI) 48' 13"  Boardman, ChrisChris Boardman (GBR) + 0' 39"  Rominger, TonyTony Rominger (SUI) + 0' 41" 40.4 km (25.1 mi) Lugano, Switzerland [2]
1997  Jalabert, LaurentLaurent Jalabert (FRA) 52' 01"  Honchar, SerhiySerhiy Honchar (UKR) + 0' 03"  Boardman, ChrisChris Boardman (GBR) + 0' 20" 43.8 km (27.2 mi) San Sebastián, Spain [3]
1998  Olano, AbrahamAbraham Olano (ESP) 54' 32"  Mauri, MelchiorMelchior Mauri (ESP) + 0' 37"  Honchar, SerhiySerhiy Honchar (UKR) +0' 47" 43.5 km (27.0 mi) Valkenburg, Netherlands [4]
1999  Ulrich, JanJan Ulrich (GER) 1h 00' 28"  Andersson, MichaelMichael Andersson (SWE) + 0' 14"  Boardman, ChrisChris Boardman (GBR) + 0' 58" 50.8 km (31.6 mi) Treviso, Italy [5]
2000  Honchar, SerhiySerhiy Honchar (UKR) 56' 21"  Rich, MichaelMichael Rich (GER) + 0' 10"  Bodrogi, LászlóLászló Bodrogi (HUN) + 0' 24" 50.6 km (31.4 mi) Plouay, France [6]
2001  Ullrich, JanJan Ullrich (GER) 51' 50"  Millar, DavidDavid Millar (GBR) + 0' 06"  Botero, SantiagoSantiago Botero (COL) + 0' 17" 38.7 km (24.0 mi) Lisbon, Portugal [7]
2002  Botero, SantiagoSantiago Botero (COL) 48' 08"  Rich, MichaelMichael Rich (GER) + 0' 08"  Galdeano, Igor González deIgor González de Galdeano (ESP) + 0' 17" 40.4 km (25.1 mi) Limburg, Belgium [8]
2003  Rogers, MichaelMichael Rogers (AUS)[A] 51' 42"  Peschel, UweUwe Peschel (GER) s.t.  Rich, MichaelMichael Rich (GER) + 0' 10" 48.3 km (30.0 mi) Hamilton, Canada [9]
2004  Rogers, MichaelMichael Rogers (AUS) 57' 30"  Rich, MichaelMichael Rich (GER) + 1' 12"  Vinokourov, AlexanderAlexander Vinokourov (KAZ) + 1' 25" 46.7 km (29.0 mi) Verona, Italy [10]
2005  Rogers, MichaelMichael Rogers (AUS) 53' 34"  Gutiérrez, IvánIván Gutiérrez (ESP) + 0' 23"  Cancellara, FabianFabian Cancellara (SUI) + 0' 23" 44.1 km (27.4 mi) Madrid, Spain [11]
2006  Cancellara, FabianFabian Cancellara (SUI) 1h 00' 11"  Zabriskie, DavidDavid Zabriskie (USA) + 1' 18"  Vinokourov, AlexanderAlexander Vinokourov (KAZ) + 1' 38" 50.8 km (31.6 mi) Salzburg, Austria [12]
2007  Cancellara, FabianFabian Cancellara (SUI) 55' 41"  Bodrogi, LászlóLászló Bodrogi (HUN) + 0' 52"  Clement, StefStef Clement (NED) + 0' 57" 44.9 km (27.9 mi) Stuttgart, Germany [13]
2008  Grabsch, BertBert Grabsch (GER) 52' 01"  Tuft, SveinSvein Tuft (CAN) + 0' 42"  Zabriskie, DavidDavid Zabriskie (USA) + 0' 52" 43.7 km (27.2 mi) Varese, Italy [14]
2009  Cancellara, FabianFabian Cancellara (SUI) 57' 55"  Larsson, GustavGustav Larsson (SWE) + 1' 27"  Martin, TonyTony Martin (GER) + 2' 30" 49.8 km (30.9 mi) Mendrisio, Switzerland [15]
2010  Cancellara, FabianFabian Cancellara (SUI) 58' 09"  Millar, DavidDavid Millar (GBR) + 1' 02"  Martin, TonyTony Martin (GER) + 1' 12" 45.6 km (28.3 mi) Geelong, Australia [16]
2011  Martin, TonyTony Martin (GER) 53' 43"  Wiggins, BradleyBradley Wiggins (GBR) + 1' 15"  Cancellara, FabianFabian Cancellara (SUI) + 1' 20" 46.4 km (28.8 mi) Copenhagen, Denmark [17]
2012  Martin, TonyTony Martin (GER) 58' 38"  Phinney, TaylorTaylor Phinney (USA) + 0' 05"  Kiryienka, VasiliVasili Kiryienka (BLR) + 1' 44" 46.2 km (28.7 mi) Limburg, Netherlands [18]
2013  Martin, TonyTony Martin (GER) 1h 05' 36"  Wiggins, BradleyBradley Wiggins (GBR) + 0' 46"  Cancellara, FabianFabian Cancellara (SUI) + 0' 48" 57.9 km (36.0 mi) Tuscany, Italy [19]
2014  Wiggins, BradleyBradley Wiggins (GBR) 56' 25"  Martin, TonyTony Martin (GER) + 0' 26"  Dumoulin, TomTom Dumoulin (NED) + 0' 40" 47.1 km (29.3 mi) Ponferrada, Spain [20]

Most successful cyclists[edit]

Most successful Men's time trial cyclists
Rank Cyclist Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Cancellara, FabianFabian Cancellara (SUI) 4 0 3 7
2  Martin, TonyTony Martin (GER) 3 1 2 6
3  Rogers, MichaelMichael Rogers (AUS) 3 0 0 3
4  Ullrich, JanJan Ullrich (GER) 2 0 1 3
5  Wiggins, BradleyBradley Wiggins (GBR) 1 2 0 3
6  Boardman, ChrisChris Boardman (GBR) 1 1 2 4
7  Honchar, SerhiySerhiy Honchar (UKR) 1 1 1 3
8  Olano, AbrahamAbraham Olano (ESP) 1 1 0 2
9  Botero, SantiagoSantiago Botero (COL) 1 0 1 2

Medallists by nation[edit]

Men's time trial medallists by country
Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 6 5 5 16
2   Switzerland 5 0 4 9
3  Australia 3 0 0 3
4  Great Britain 2 5 2 9
5  Spain 2 3 1 6
6  Ukraine 1 1 1 3
7  Colombia 1 0 1 2
8  France 1 0 0 1
9  United States 0 2 1 3
10  Sweden 0 2 0 2
11  Hungary 0 1 1 2
12  Canada 0 1 0 1
12  Italy 0 1 0 1
14  Kazakhstan 0 0 2 2
14  Netherlands 0 0 2 2
16  Belarus 0 0 1 1

Footnotes[edit]

A. ^ David Millar was the winner at the podium ceremony in Hamilton, but subsequently was found to have tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. The Court of Arbitration for Sport found him guilty of using Erythropoietin during the time trial and stripped him of his title on 4 August 2004.[21]

Notes and references[edit]

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  5. ^ Maloney, Tim (7 October 1999). "Jan the Man comes through". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  6. ^ Maloney, Tim (12 October 2000). "Hontchar Honch against the watch; Olano bombs again". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  7. ^ Maloney, Tim (11 October 2001). "Ullrich surges to Elite TT victory". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  8. ^ Jones, Jeff (10 October 2002). "Botero gives Colombia its first World title". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  9. ^ Zalewski, Mark (9 October 2003). "Millar realises a dream". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  10. ^ Maloney, Tim (29 September 2004). "Mick makes it real this time". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  11. ^ Stokes, Shane; Macias, Herman Alvarez (22 September 2005). "Three for Rogers". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  12. ^ Kröner, Hedwig (21 September 2006). "Fabian the superman". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  13. ^ Brown, Gregor (27 September 2007). "Cancellara reigns as World Champion". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  14. ^ Westemayer, Susan (25 September 2008). "Grabsch grabs title". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  15. ^ "Time Trial Men Elite Results". Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). 24 September 2009. Archived from the original on 24 September 2009. 
  16. ^ "Fabian Cancellara beats David Millar to time trial gold". BBC Sport. 30 September 2010. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  17. ^ Williams, Ollie (21 September 2011). "Bradley Wiggins wins time trial silver". BBC Sport. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  18. ^ "Road World Championships: Tony Martin retains time trial title". BBC Sport ]. 19 September 2012. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  19. ^ Benson, Daniel (25 September 2013). "Tony Martin wins elite men's time trial world championship". Cycling News. Retrieved 11 June 2015. 
  20. ^ Fotheringham, William (24 September 2014). "Bradley Wiggins wins gold in time trial at Road World Championships". The Guardian (Guardian Media Group). Retrieved 30 September 2014. 
  21. ^ "Millar banned for two years". BBC Sport. 4 August 2004. Retrieved 9 June 2015.