United States National Time Trial Championships

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David Zabriskie.
The champions jersey

The United States National Time Trial Championships are held annually to decide the American champions in this cycling discipline, across various age and gender categories. Originally, in 1975, the time trial event distance was 25 miles. It later changed to 40km, and still later changed to the current distance of 32.3km (20.1 miles).

The winners of each event are awarded with a symbolic cycling jersey which is red, white and blue, just like the national flag, these colors can be worn by the rider at other time trialling events in the country to show their status as national champion. The champion's stripes can be combined into a sponsored rider's team kit design for this purpose.

In the past, professional riders were included in the United States Cycling Federation's Elite Men's National Time Trial Championship event. But since the professional aspect of the sport continues to grow in America, a separate championship for male professional riders was introduced in 2006, known as the USPRO championships. They were held along with the USPRO Road Race championships in Greenville, South Carolina, S.C. on Labor Day weekend, on a 32.3 km course (20.1 miles), the same course has been used for each USPRO championship since. This championship is open to any male U.S. citizen on a UCI-registered trade team. This introduction of a professional championship is contrary to the development of the sport in many other countries, in Great Britain for example, separate championships for amateur and professional riders were scrapped in the early nineties, this allowed many unsponsored riders to gain recognition by competing directly against their sponsored counterparts.

Multiple winners[edit]

Wins Rider Years
7 6 David Zabriskie 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012[1]
3 Andrew Weaver 1978, 1979, 1982
Steve Hegg 1990, 1995, 1996
2 Tom Doughty 1980, 1981
Kent Bostick 1985, 1991
Dylan Casey 1998, 2000
Chris Baldwin 2003, 2005
Taylor Phinney 2010, 2014

Men[edit]

Elite[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1975 Wayne Stetina John Howard Bill Gallagher
1976 John Howard Tom Margevicius Harold Klein
1977 Paul Deem Alan Kingsbery Bill Watkins
1978 Andrew Weaver Tom Doughty Tom Sain
1979 Andrew Weaver Tom Doughty George Mount
1980 Tom Doughty Kevin Lutz Wayne Stetina
1981 Tom Doughty Wayne Stetina Dale Stetina
1982 Andrew Weaver
1983[2] Ron Kiefel Kevin Lutz Andrew Paulin
1984 Thurlow Rogers
1985 Kent Bostick
1986 Karl Maxon
1987 Norman Alvis
1988 John Frey
1989 Nathan Sheafor
1990 Steve Hegg
1991 Kent Bostick
1992 John Stenner
1993 Scott Mercier
1994 Clay Moseley
1995 Steve Hegg
1996 Steve Hegg
1997 Jonathan Vaughters Norman Alvis Colby Pearce
1998 Dylan Casey Norman Alvis Frank McCormack
1999 Levi Leipheimer Steve Hegg Chris Wherry
2000 Adham Sbeih John Lieswyn Steve Hegg
2001 Trent Klasna Adham Sbeih Doug Ziewacz
2002 Dylan Casey Chris Horner Chris Baldwin
2003 Chris Baldwin Tom Danielson Jason McCartney
2004 David Zabriskie[1] John Lieswyn Kenny Williams
2005 Chris Baldwin Jeff Louder Bernard Van Ulden
2006 David Zabriskie Chris Baldwin Jason McCartney
2007 David Zabriskie Danny Pate Timothy Duggan
2008 David Zabriskie Tom Zirbel Christian Vande Velde
2009 David Zabriskie Scott Zwizanski Bernard Van Ulden
2010 Taylor Phinney Levi Leipheimer Bernard Van Ulden
2011 David Zabriskie Tom Zirbel Matthew Busche
2012 David Zabriskie Tejay van Garderen Brent Bookwalter
2013 Tom Zirbel Brent Bookwalter Nate Brown
2014 Taylor Phinney Tom Zirbel David Williams

U23[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2000 David Zabriskie Michael Creed Brandon Lovick
2001
2002
2003 Michael Creed Timothy Duggan William Frischkorn
2004 Tyler Farrar Timothy Duggan Blake Caldwell
2005 Steven Cozza Brent Bookwalter Blake Caldwell
2006 Brent Bookwalter
2007
2008 Peter Stetina Robert Sweeting Taylor Shelden
2009 Peter Stetina Bjorn Selander Tejay Van Garderen
2010 Andrew Talansky Carter Jones David Williams
2011 Nathan Brown Lawson Craddock Eamon Lucas
2012 Evan Huffman Lawson Craddock Nathan Brown
2013 Nathan Brown Tyler Magner Steven Perezluha
2014 Taylor Eisenhart Robin Carpenter Benjamin Wolfe

Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1975[3] Mary Jane Reoch Lyn Lemaire Margy Saunders
1976[3] Lyn Lemaire Mary Jane Reoch Hannah North
1977[3] Lyn Lemaire Mary Jane Reoch Connie Carpenter
1978[3] Esther Salmi Lyn Lemaire Cary Peterson
1979[3] Beth Heiden Connie Carpenter Mary Jane Reoch
1980[3] Beth Heiden Mary Jane Reoch Betsy Davis
1981[3] Connie Carpenter Hannah North Cindy Olavarri
1982[4] Rebecca Twigg Connie Carpenter
1983[2] Cindy Olavarri Deborah Shumway Susan Ehlers
1984 Patti Cashman
1985 Elizabeth Larsen
1986 Jane Marshall
1987 Inga Benedict
1988 Phyllis Hines
1989 Jeanne Golay
1990 Inga Thompson
1991 Inga Thompson
1992 Jeanne Golay
1993 Rebecca Twigg
1994 Rebecca Twigg
1995 Mari Holden Jeanne Golay Deirdre Demet-Barry
1996 Mari Holden Alison Dunlap Linda Brenneman
1997 Elizabeth Emery Deirdre Demet-Barry Rebecca Twigg
1998 Mari Holden Karen Kurreck Giana Roberge-Goldberg
1999 Mari Holden Elizabeth Emery Emily Robbins
2000 Mari Holden Karen Kurreck Pamela Schuster
2001 Kimberly Bruckner Baldwin Mari Holden Pamela Schuster
2002 Kimberly Bruckner Baldwin Amber Neben Tina Pic
2003 Kimberly Bruckner Baldwin Deirdre Demet-Barry Amber Neben
2004 Christine Thorburn Amber Neben Deirdre Demet-Barry
2005 Kristin Armstrong Amber Neben Christine Thorburn
2006 Kristin Armstrong Amber Neben Christine Thorburn
2007 Kristin Armstrong Amber Neben Christine Thorburn
2008 Alison Powers Mara Abbott Christine Ruiter
2009 Jessica Phillips Evelyn Stevens Alison Powers
2010 Evelyn Stevens Amber Neben Mara Abbott
2011 Evelyn Stevens Amber Neben Kristin Armstrong
2012 Amber Neben Evelyn Stevens Alison Powers
2013 Carmen Small Kristin McGrath Alison Powers
2014 Alison Powers Carmen Small Tayler Wiles

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Acceptance of Sanction Zabriskie Executed". Retrieved 28 May 2014. 
  2. ^ a b "U.S.C.F National Road Cycling Championships". Velo-news: 5. August 26, 1983. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g editors of Velo-news (1983). Ten Years of Championship Bicycle Racing. Brattelboro, Vermont: Velo-news. pp. 86–91. ISBN 0-941950-03-4. 
  4. ^ Blumenthal, Tim (August 27, 1982). "New faces featured in U.S. Road Nationals". Velo-news 11 (13): 1. 

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