UCI Road World Championships – Women's team time trial

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UCI Road World Championships – Women's team time trial
Race details
Date End of season
Discipline Team time trial
Type One-day
Organiser UCI
History
First edition 1987 (1987)
Editions 15 (as of 2018)
First winner  Soviet Union
Most wins  Russia
Velocio–SRAM Pro Cycling (4 wins)
Most recent Canyon–SRAM

The UCI Road World Championships – Women's team time trial is a world championship for road bicycle racing in the discipline of team time trial. It is organized by the world governing body, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI).

The national teams had 4 riders per team.[1] The team time trial for trade teams was introduced in 2012 and have 6 riders per team.[1][2]

National teams (1987–94)[edit]

A championship for women's national teams was introduced in 1987 and held annually until 1994. There were 4 riders per team.

Medal winners[edit]

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
1987 Villach
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 Soviet Union
Nadezhda Kibardina
Alla Jakovleva
Tamara Poliakova
Lyubov Pugovichnikova
 United States
Inga Thompson
Sue Ehlers
Jane Marshall
Leslie Schenk
 Italy
Francesca Galli
Roberta Bonanomi
Imelda Chiappa
Monica Bandini
1988 Ronse
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 Italy
Monica Bandini
Roberta Bonanomi
Maria Canins
Francesca Galli
 Soviet Union
Alla Jakovleva
Nadezhda Kibardina
Svetlana Rozhkova
Laima Zilporite
 United States
Jeannie Golay
Phyllis Hines
Jane Marshall
Leslie Schenk
1989 Chambéry
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 Soviet Union
Nadezhda Kibardina
Tamara Poliakova
Laima Zilporite
Natalya Melyokhina
 Italy
Monica Bandini
Roberta Bonanomi
Maria Canins
Francesca Galli
 France
Valérie Simmonnet
Cécile Odin
Catherine Marsal
Nathalie Cantet
1990 Utsunomiya
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 Netherlands
Leontien Van Moorsel
Monique Knol
Cora Westland
Astrid Schop
 United States
Inga Thompson
Eve Stephenson
Phyllis Hines
Maureen Manley
 Soviet Union
Natalya Melyokhina
Nadezhda Kibardina
Valentina Polkhanova
Natalia Chipaeva
1991 Stuttgart
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 France
Marion Clignet
Nathalie Gendron
Cécile Odin
Catherine Marsal
 Netherlands
Monique de Bruin
Monique Knol
Astrid Schop
Cora Westland
 Soviet Union
Natalya Grinina
Nadezhda Kibardina
Valentina Polkhanova
Aiga Zagorska
1992 Benidorm
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 United States
Bunki Bankaitis-Davis
Eve Stephenson
Janice Bolland
Jeannie Golay
 France
Jeannie Longo
Corinne Legal
Catherine Marsal
Cécile Odin
 Russia
Nadezhda Kibardina
Natalya Grinina
Gulnara Fatkullina
Aleksandra Koliaseva
1993 Oslo
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 Russia
Olga Sokolova
Svetlana Boubnenkova
Aleksandra Koliaseva
Valentina Polkhanova
 United States
Eve Stephenson
Jeannie Golay
Janice Bolland
Deirdre Demet
 Italy
Roberta Bonanomi
Alessandra Cappellotto
Michela Fanini
Fabiana Luperini
1994 Agrigento
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 Russia
Olga Sokolova
Aleksandra Koliaseva
Svetlana Boubnenkova
Valentina Polkhanova
 Lithuania
Rasa Polikevičiūtė
Jolanta Polikevičiūtė
Diana Žiliūtė
Luda Triabaite
 United States
Deirdre Demet
Eve Stephenson
Jeannie Golay
Alison Dunlap

Source:[1]

Medals by nation[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)4138
2 United States (USA)1326
3 Italy (ITA)1124
4 France (FRA)1113
5 Netherlands (NED)1102
6 Lithuania (LTU)0101
Totals (6 nations)88824


Most successful riders[edit]

Rank Rider Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Nadezhda Kibardina (RUS) 2 1 3 6
2  Valentina Polkhanova (RUS) 2 0 2 4
3  Aleksandra Koliaseva (RUS) 2 0 1 3
4  Svetlana Boubnenkova (RUS)
 Tamara Poliakova (URS)
 Olga Sokolova (RUS)
2 0 0 2
7  Eve Stephenson (USA) 1 2 1 4
8  Roberta Bonanomi (ITA) 1 1 2 4

UCI teams (2012-2018)[edit]

There was a long break until a championship for trade teams was introduced in 2012. There are 6 riders per team.

Medal winners[edit]

Specialized–lululemon won the world title again in 2013.
Championships Gold Silver Bronze
2012 Valkenburg[3]
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Germany Team Specialized–lululemon Australia GreenEDGE–AIS Netherlands AA Drink–leontien.nl
 Charlotte Becker (GER)
 Ellen van Dijk (NED)
 Amber Neben (USA)
 Evelyn Stevens (USA)
 Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (GER)
 Trixi Worrack (GER)
 Judith Arndt (GER)
 Shara Gillow (AUS)
 Loes Gunnewijk (NED)
 Melissa Hoskins (AUS)
 Alex Rhodes (AUS)
 Linda Villumsen (NZL)
 Chantal Blaak (NED)
 Lucinda Brand (NED)
 Jessie Daams (BEL)
 Sharon Laws (GBR)
 Emma Pooley (GBR)
 Kirsten Wild (NED)
2013 Florence
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United States Specialized–lululemon Netherlands Rabobank–Liv Giant Australia Orica–AIS
 Lisa Brennauer (DEU)
 Katie Colclough (GBR)
 Carmen Small (USA)
 Evelyn Stevens (USA)
 Ellen van Dijk (NED)
 Trixi Worrack (DEU)
 Lucinda Brand (NED)
 Thalita de Jong (NED)
 Pauline Ferrand-Prévot (FRA)
 Roxane Knetemann (NED)
 Annemiek van Vleuten (NED)
 Marianne Vos (NED)
 Annette Edmondson (AUS)
 Shara Gillow (AUS)
 Loes Gunnewijk (NED)
 Melissa Hoskins (AUS)
 Emma Johansson (SWE)
 Amanda Spratt (AUS)
2014 Ponferrada
details
United States Specialized–lululemon Australia Orica–AIS Italy Astana BePink Women Team
 Chantal Blaak (NED)
 Lisa Brennauer (DEU)
 Karol-Ann Canuel (CAN)
 Carmen Small  (USA)
 Evelyn Stevens (USA)
 Trixi Worrack (DEU)
 Annette Edmondson (AUS)
 Melissa Hoskins (AUS)
 Emma Johansson (SWE)
 Jessie MacLean (AUS)
 Valentina Scandolara (ITA)
 Amanda Spratt (AUS)
 Alena Amialiusik (BLR)
 Simona Frapporti (ITA)
 Doris Schweizer  (SUI)
 Alison Tetrick (USA)
 Silvia Valsecchi (ITA)
 Susanna Zorzi  (ITA)
2015 Richmond
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Germany Velocio–SRAM Netherlands Boels–Dolmans Netherlands Rabo–Liv
 Alena Amialiusik (BLR)
 Lisa Brennauer (DEU)
 Karol-Ann Canuel (CAN)
 Barbara Guarischi (ITA)
 Mieke Kröger (DEU)
 Trixi Worrack (DEU)
 Lizzie Armitstead (GBR)
 Chantal Blaak (NED)
 Christine Majerus (LUX)
 Katarzyna Pawłowska (POL)
 Evelyn Stevens (USA)
 Ellen van Dijk (NED)
 Lucinda Brand (NED)
 Thalita de Jong (NED)
 Shara Gillow (AUS)
 Roxane Knetemann (NED)
 Katarzyna Niewiadoma (POL)
 Anna van der Breggen (NED)
2016 Doha
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Netherlands Boels–Dolmans Germany Canyon–SRAM Germany Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling
 Chantal Blaak (NED)
 Karol-Ann Canuel (CAN)
 Lizzie Deignan (GBR)
 Christine Majerus (LUX)
 Evelyn Stevens (USA)
 Ellen van Dijk (NED)
 Alena Amialiusik (BLR)
 Hannah Barnes (GBR)
 Lisa Brennauer (DEU)
 Elena Cecchini (ITA)
 Mieke Kröger (DEU)
 Trixi Worrack (DEU)
 Ciara Horne (GBR)
 Lisa Klein (DEU)
 Lotta Lepistö (FIN)
 Ashleigh Moolman (RSA)
 Joëlle Numainville (CAN)
 Stephanie Pohl (DEU)
2017 Bergen
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Netherlands Team Sunweb Netherlands Boels–Dolmans Germany Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling
 Lucinda Brand (NED)
 Leah Kirchmann (CAN)
 Floortje Mackaij (NED)
 Coryn Rivera (USA)
 Sabrina Stultiens (NED)
 Ellen van Dijk (NED)
 Chantal Blaak (NED)
 Karol-Ann Canuel (CAN)
 Megan Guarnier (USA)
 Christine Majerus (LUX)
 Amy Pieters (NED)
 Anna van der Breggen (NED)
 Stephanie Gaumnitz (GER)
 Lisa Klein (GER)
 Clara Koppenburg (GER)
 Lotta Lepistö (FIN)
 Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (DEN)
 Ashleigh Moolman (RSA)
2018 Innsbruck
details
Germany Canyon–SRAM Netherlands Boels–Dolmans Netherlands Team Sunweb
 Alena Amialiusik (BLR)
 Alice Barnes (GBR)
 Hannah Barnes (GBR)
 Elena Cecchini (ITA)
 Lisa Klein (DEU)
 Trixi Worrack (DEU)
 Chantal Blaak (NED)
 Karol-Ann Canuel (CAN)
 Amalie Dideriksen (DEN)
 Christine Majerus (LUX)
 Amy Pieters (NED)
 Anna van der Breggen (NED)
 Lucinda Brand (NED)
 Leah Kirchmann (CAN)
 Liane Lippert (GER)
 Pernille Mathiesen (DEN)
 Coryn Rivera (USA)
 Ellen van Dijk (NED)

Most successful teams[edit]

Rank Team Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Germany Velocio–SRAM Pro Cycling 4 0 0 4
2 Netherlands Boels–Dolmans 1 3 0 4
3 Germany Canyon–SRAM 1 1 0 2
4 Netherlands Team Sunweb 1 0 1 2
5 Australia Orica–Scott 0 2 1 3
6 Netherlands WaowDeals Pro Cycling 0 1 1 2
7 Germany Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling 0 0 2 2
8 Netherlands AA Drink–leontien.nl 0 0 1 1
Italy Bepink 0 0 1 1

Most successful riders[edit]

Rank Rider Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Trixi Worrack (GER) 5 1 0 6
2  Ellen van Dijk (NED) 4 1 1 6
3  Evelyn Stevens (USA) 4 1 0 5
4  Karol-Ann Canuel (CAN) 3 2 0 5
5  Lisa Brennauer (GER) 3 1 0 4
6  Chantal Blaak (NED) 2 3 1 6
7  Alena Amialiusik (BLR) 2 1 1 4
8  Carmen Small (USA) 2 0 0 2
9  Christine Majerus (LUX) 1 3 0 4
10  Lucinda Brand (NED) 1 1 3 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Road Cycling World Championships Women: Team Time Trial". sports123.com. Retrieved 17 April 2013.
  2. ^ Wilcockson, John; Sunada, Yuzuru. "The Much-Awaited Return of the World TTT". Peloton. Retrieved 2012-09-19.
  3. ^ "Women Elite Championnats du Monde UCI (NED/CM) 16 Sep 2012 – Team time trial: Sittard – Valkenburg". UCI. 16 September 2012. Retrieved 28 September 2012.