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Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands) wins the elite women road race world championship.
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Amanda Spratt (Australia, silver), Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands, gold) and Tatiana Guderzo (Italy, bronze) on the podium
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- More comments from Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands) after her road race victory: "I thought it was early to go, but I reached Spratt quite quickly.  Then I was by myself early on, so I just had to focus on eating and drinking well, and pacing. I knew I had to do that climb again by myself. I also had barely any info on what the time gap was, how far I was off the front.  At one point, I knew that my advantage hovered around two minutes on the climb, but I have experienced way too often this season that either I did something wrong or that I was caught back. So I just kept on riding."

- News: Spratt: Silver feels like a victory at World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - 'Anna van der Breggen was on another level' says Australian.

- News: Guderzo: This bronze medal shimmers like my Mendrisio gold. (Cyclingnews) - Italian road captain steps up and fights for bronze with 15km solo chase.

- News: Rivera's efforts fall short of a medal at World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - 'I tried my hand to get ahead of the race' says American.

- News: Crash derails Van Vleuten's world championship dreams. (Cyclingnews) - Dutch woman finshes race with knee fracture.

- News: Van der Breggen fills in missing piece of puzzle with rainbow jersey. (Cyclingnews) - Dutch rider plays down inter-team rivalry with Van Vleuten.

- Results: Anna van der Breggen solos to world championship title. (Cyclingnews) - Spratt and Guderzo complete podium.

- Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands) won the elite women's road race world championship.

- Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands) spoke after her world championship victory in the road race: "(it was an emotional victory) because of the long build-up to this event, it's quite a stressful preparation ahead of the world championships.  I knew this was the perfect course for me, but it was such a long wait to get here. This morning, I didn't want to see anyone and thought: just let us get on the bikes. This was a big goal for me and it wasn't a secret, so there was a lot coming at me. I didn't expect to win like this.  Spratt was off the front and we know we can't give her too much space.  Lucinda [Brand] therefore tried to keep the gap to a minimum but attacking and later just pulling at the front. Then Annemiek [van Vleuten] opened with an attack. We couldn't wait any longer. That was the beginning, I attacked after that."

- News: Niewiadoma calm and collected ahead of World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - 'I feel good in my body, and I feel good in my head,' says Polish leader.

- News: Van Avermaet: I’m the joker at the World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - ‘My chances of winning are small, but I still have a chance’.

- News: New Bioracer speed suit dominates in World Championships time trials. (Cyclingnews) - Bioracer claim to be 'three years ahead of the competition'.

- News: Jungels: Alaphilippe and Valverde are favourites for Worlds road race. (Cyclingnews) - Luxembourger looks to bounce back after low-key time trial.

- Results: Hirschi wins under-23 road race. (Cyclingnews) - Lambrecht is second, Hanninen third.

- Marc Hirschi (Switzerland) won the under-23 men's road race world championship.

- Team Sunweb coach Sebastian Deckert spoke about their development team rider Marc Hirschi's world title: "We are all really happy and super proud of Marc and what he did today. He has been on a high level throughout the season and he has consistently shown how strong he is; to win this is just 'wow'. The whole Swiss team did a great job today. Marc behaved tactically to perfection, and showed just how well he knows his own body. His attack was timed brilliantly and he showed that he knows exactly what to do. This is a great finish to his time as an U23 rider as he moves up to the WorldTour with us next year."

- Marc Hirschi (Switzerland) after winning the men's under-23 road race world championship: "We were really strong throughout the race as a team. We knew the descent well, but thought it would be too easy to attack and make the difference there. I knew I could win from a sprint in a small group, but I decided to attack because of the tailwind and corners in the final kilometres. Throughout the race I was always in the perfect groups and had enough energy left for the final. I can't believe it, it's amazing."

- Team news - Starting January 1, 2019, Continuum Sports will be known as CCC Team when Polish shoe and bag manufacturer CCC assumes title sponsorship of the team, taking over from BMC Switzerland.  General Manager Jim Ochowicz: "After announcing CCC as the new title sponsor of Continuum Sports in July, we are pleased to confirm that the team will be known as CCC Team from 2019 and become the first Polish UCI WorldTour team.  In conjunction with Dariusz Milek, President of CCC, we decided to adopt a short team name that will reinforce the CCC brand as the team's identity. Whilst we are always searching for additional sponsors, CCC will be the sole title sponsor of the team."

- Quick-Step Floors roster for Sunday's Elite Men Road Race:

Julian Alaphilippe (France)
Kasper Asgreen (Denmark)
Laurens De Plus (Belgium)
Bob Jungels (Luxembourg)
James Knox (Great Britain)
Enric Mas (Spain)
Jhonatan Narvaez (Ecuador)
Maximilian Schachmann (Germany)
Zdenek Stybar (Czech Republic)

- News: Organisers reveal routes for 2019 Yorkshire World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - UCI provides more details on new team time trial format.

- News: 2020 World Championships awarded to Switzerland, 2021 event to take place in Flanders. (Cyclingnews) - Worlds will return again to Switzerland in 2024.

- News: Nibali in the dark on his Worlds prospects. (Cyclingnews) - Moscon is Italy's co-leader, with Pozzovivo in line for increased role.

- News: Haig and Clarke to fly the flag for Australia in Innsbruck. (Cyclingnews) - Team re-assesses targets due to Porte absence.

- News: Evenepoel shows true depth of his talent with chase and solo victory. (Cyclingnews) - 'After the crash I proved how strong I am mentally' says 18-year-old Belgian.

- Results: Evenepoel wins Junior Men's road race. (Cyclingnews) - Belgian solos to victory over Mayrhofer, Fancellu.

- Results: Laura Stigger wins junior women's road race. (Cyclingnews) - Austrian grabs gold for host nation.

- Remco Evenepoel (Belgium) won the junior men's road race world championship.

- Laura Stigger (Austria) won the junior women's road race world championship.

- More from men's ITT world champion Rohan Dennis (Australia) following his victory: "I was being coached from the car by Brad McGee and he gave me confidence at the top of the climb once Dumoulin came through and I was one minute up, and he just kept me calm. I was considering a bit of a victory salute but I wanted to make sure as you are never sure until Tom crosses the line.  I knew the power that we rode in the team time trial. We lost 19 seconds and I held higher power up the hill than I did in the team time trial. I knew that Tom rode the front of the team time trial and he was pushing pretty hard so I had a fairly god idea of what power I needed to hold. I think I was 35 seconds in front at the bottom and when I got to the top I was fairly confident that I had at least done the same time as him."

- News: Dumoulin: Physically, I'm a broken man. (Cyclingnews) - Dutchman suffers bad day on the bike in Worlds time trial.

- News: Tony Martin says he 'can live with' seventh place in Worlds time trial. (Cyclingnews) - 'I'm not really disappointed but for sure I was hoping for more'.

- News: Surprise bronze for Campenaerts in Innsbruck. (Cyclingnews) - 'It feels like a victory to me' says Belgian champion.

- News: Dennis shows his maturity to take first world TT title. (Cyclingnews) - 'I'm proud of how I put the power down and my kept my head on my shoulders'.

- News: Rohan Dennis: World title four years in the making. (Cyclingnews) - Australian comes good to win TT rainbow jersey.

- Results: Rohan Dennis wins time trial world title. (Cyclingnews) - Dumoulin struggles to silver with Campenarts bronze.

- Rohan Dennis (Australia) won the elite men's individual time trial world championship.

- Rohan Dennis (Australia) following his victory in the Elite Men Individual Time Trial: "It's a dream come true to be World Champion. I've been chasing this since I was a junior, I've never won it in any age group, so to win my first one in seniors is really special. It's an amazing feeling. There's a lot of people I have to thank and the first person is my wife. She's back home and I'm sure she is pretty happy at the moment. Now, I'm just going to enjoy the moment and enjoy the next year in the rainbow jersey and try again next year."

- More from Annemiek van Vleuten (Netherlands) following her gold medal victory in the elite women's individual time trial: "I know I took some time in the first part but then I also felt I went out pretty fast. In the national championships, I went out too slow so I felt like I had to start fast and then die until the end, which is not nice to do. I was also a little in trouble in the second part, but that’s how you know you had a good time trial.  The next goal is Saturday. First, I am going to enjoy this one, but not for too long because Saturday is a beautiful course and I really look forward to racing on it with our team."

- Elite Men ITT Start Order and Times here.

- Results: Van Vleuten leads Dutch sweep of women's time trial. (Cyclingnews) - Repeat victory for the Netherlands.

- Results: Evenepoel wins junior men's time trial. (Cyclingnews) - Belgian prodigy blows the competition away.

- Annemiek Van Vleuten (Netherlands) won the elite women's individual time trial world championship.

- Remco Evenepoel (Belgium) won the junior men's individual time trial world championship.

- UCI World Time Trial Championships – Elite Women ITT Results:
1. Annemiek van Vleuten (NED) 34:25
2. Anna van der Breggen (NED) +0:30
3. Ellen van Dijk (NED) +1:25

- Annemiek van Vleuten (Netherlands) following her gold medal victory: "There’s not too many times someone has won twice the time trial world championships. It added a bit of pressure but I also felt the pressure last year so it was no different. If you’re here starting, you just want to win the jersey and I know how nice it is to ride and train in a beautiful jersey.  The hard thing about this time trial was that it was uphill but in the descent you didn’t have recovery so you also needed to push. So, actually, your legs are screaming to stop pedalling in the descents but you have to keep on going otherwise you lose time. It made it almost a flat time trial with hills."

- Results: Mikkel Bjerg wins U23 Men's time trial title. (Cyclingnews) - Brent Van Moer second, Mathias Norsgaard third.

- Results: Ammerlaan wins junior women's time trial world title. (Cyclingnews) - Alessio and Backstedt take second and third.

- Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark) won the under-23 men's individual time trial world championship.

- Rozemarijn Ammerlaan (Netherlands) won the junior women's individual time trial world championship.

- BMC Racing Sports Director Jackson Stewart following the TTT which saw the team on the podium for the 5th consecutive year: "I think it went to plan and I suppose it was like every World Championships that we haven't won. We executed our plan perfectly but there was just a stronger team. Quick-Step Floors was just stronger from the top of the climb to the finish and that's where we lost time. We still don't know how but clearly they went faster than us. We did everything we could and I think we did really well. We did a good recon, we paced it right, we did the climb well and somewhere from there to the finish we lost time. Of course, everyone is disappointed but if we look back, we have either won or at least been on the podium at almost, if not all, the Team Time Trial World Championships that have happened. It's not the way we wanted to go out but it was still a respectable effort."

- Following the TTT, Christine Majerus (Boels-Dolmans) will not be competing further in the Innsbruck Worlds due to illness: "Because of sickness, the last four weeks have been just one big struggle on the bike.  I put every single bit of energy left into the preparation of this team time trial, as it was a big goal of us. Unfortunately, it also made me realize that the tank is empty."

- Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team) following the women's TTT: "Silver, yeah, story of my life.  It actually went really well with the team today, everything went as planned. You can feel whether it’s working or not, whether you’re all in the flow and whether the pace is high.  On a fast course like today, it’s really important to stay with six riders as long as possible.  We managed to do that for a long time and almost finished with five riders, Amalie only had to let go right at the end.  Looking back on the team time trial, we just did really well.  We rode as fast as we could and that’s that. Unfortunately Canyon-SRAM was faster today and beat us."

- Patrick Konrad (Bora-Hansgrohe) after the men's TTT: "We had a first split time after 8k and saw already there that our pace in the flat was not fast enough. We had to change our plan then, but this didn’t really work out for us today. Originally, we wanted to save as much as possible for the climb, but then we had to push already in the flat part. As a result, we couldn’t gain some time on the other teams in the second part anymore. Of course, this is not the result we had hoped for, especially for us Austrians, this should have been a nice opening of the World Championships here in Innsbruck. But that’s sport, not every time you get what you aim for. And also all other teams did their homework."

- News: Quick-Step Floors savour fourth team time trial world title. (Cyclingnews) - 'The harder the TTT, the better this team gets' says Lampaert.

- Results: Quick-Step Floors win men's team time trial. (Cyclingnews) - Team Sunweb get silver, BMC Racing take bronze.

- News: Canyon-SRAM celebrate victory in final women’s TTT World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - 'Every piece of the puzzle fell into place today'.

- News: Worrack moved by fifth team time trial victory. (Cyclingnews) - 'I have a special little place for my gold medals' says Canyon-SRAM veteran.

- Results: Canyon-SRAM win women's team time trial. (Cyclingnews) - Boels Dolmans and Team Sunweb complete podium.

- Quick-Step Floors won the men's team time trial world championship.

- Canyon-SRAM won the women's team time trial world championship.

- 2018 Men's UCI Road World Championship TTT Top 3 Results
01       Quickstep-Floors        1:07:25
02       Team Sunweb             +0:19
03       BMC Racing                +0:20

- Patxi Vila (Sports Director, Bora-Hansgrohe) following the men's team time trial world championship, where they finished 8th: "We knew that we had to take some risk today in order to fight for a top spot. But it turned out that we didn’t have the best day today. Our climbers had to pull already more than planned in the flat part. Therefore, they couldn’t increase the pace in the second part anymore. The result is disappointing, but we did our best, so there is nothing to regret. We arrived here well prepared, everybody was focused, but today was simply not our day."

- Amy Pieters (Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team): "There will be no new opportunity to earn gold, since this was the last Worlds TTT. That's why it hurts just that bit more. We trained to win here and we even thought we were better prepared than last year. I wouldn't know where we could've gone 22 seconds faster."

- Karol-Ann Canuel (Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team) following the women's TTT, which saw the team take the silver medal: "It is not the medal we were going for, but we can be proud of what we achieved.  I think everyone was awesome and everyone gave their best. That is only what you can ask for in a TTT.  It was a fast course, but I found it quite hard, because you have to go as fast as possible all the time.  The goal was to stay with six as long as possible and that is what we did."

- News: World Championships: Team time trial start times. (Cyclingnews) - Bepink get things rolling at 10:10 a.m., elite men start at 2:40 p.m.

- News: BMC Racing aiming to bow out with World Championships TTT victory. (Cyclingnews) - 'A long climb after 40km in a TTT can cause havoc,' predicts coach Pinotti.

- News: Team Sunweb and Boels Dolmans face off in Worlds TTT. (Cyclingnews) - 'It will come down to the best teamwork' says Rivera.

- News: Welcome to Höll: The climb that will decide the men’s World Championships road race. (Cyclingnews) - Nowhere to hide on brutally steep climb.

- News: Richie Porte out of World Championships due to illness. (Cyclingnews) - Australia still to decide on replacement and team leader.

- News: Bardet: Anything can happen at the World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - Frenchman builds for Innsbruck with second place at Giro della Toscana.

- News: Quiz: How well do you know the UCI Road World Championships?. (Cyclingnews) - Test your knowledge in our fiendish quiz.

- BMC Racing General Manager Jim Ochowicz: "It is no secret that the team time trial is one of our favorite disciplines and one that we have targeted for many years. For us, it is disappointing that this will be the final trade team time trial at the World Championships but this will serve as extra motivation to claim the gold medal for the team, and particularly in memory of Andy Rihs.  Andy gave us, and the sport of cycling, so much, so to win the final Team Time Trial at the World Championships in the BMC Racing Team skinsuit would be incredibly special."

- Tom Steels (directeur sportif, Quick-Step Floors) on the team's TTT roster: "We have a solid roster comprising riders who rate this appointment as one of the most important races of the season and are ready to give everything out there. It’s a pity that the time trial for trade teams is coming to an end, but we are motivated for this final edition and we will go for the best."

- News: France names Alexandre Geniez to final Worlds spot. (Cyclingnews) - Coach Cyrille Guimard leaves disappointed Warren Barguil off the roster.

- News: Quick-Step Floors name team time trial line-up for Worlds. (Cyclingnews) - Jungels, Lampaert and Terpstra form backbone of strong team.

- News: Landa ruled out of World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - Fraile takes final spot in Spain squad.

- News: Roglic and Mohoric lead Slovenian team for World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - Road race only for 2017 Worlds time trial silver medalist.

- 2018 UCI Road World Championships Innsbruck preview here.

- BMC Racing Sports Director Jackson Stewart on the TTT route (This will be the last year that the trade team TTT event is held at worlds): "The difficult part of this last World Championship Team Time Trial is how to pace into the climb and still do a good climb to have enough riders together for the final kilometers. I think the course is much simpler from a technical standpoint than last year's course, but the climb will be a big factor and we selected riders accordingly."

- Tom Steels (directeur sportif, Quick-Step Floors) on the TTT route: "It’s not a very technical route, but after the hill, especially in the last 5-6 kilometers, we will face sections with traffic islands and roundabouts, which require more focus from the guys to keep a good rhythm in the relay. It will be fast though and we will have to go flat out after the climb until the finish.  The Worlds TTT is a discipline that means a lot for Quick-Step Floors, we have won it three times and have always been up there in the top, so of course we hope we can finish with a strong result in what will be the last edition for trade teams, although we know it’s not going to be easy."

- News: LottoNL-Jumbo send young team to World’s team time trial. (Cyclingnews) - Team selected 'with a view to the future'.

- BMC Racing riders for the TTT:

Patrick Bevin (NZ)
Damiano Caruso (ITA)
Rohan Dennis (AUS)
Stefan Küng (SUI)
Greg Van Avermaet (BEL)
Tejay van Garderen (USA)
 
Reserve: Miles Scotson (Aus)
 
Sports Directors:
Jackson Stewart (USA)
Allan Peiper (AUS)
Marco Pinotti (ITA)

- BMC Racing Sports Director Jackson Stewart on the TTT course: "It is a long course and with the significant climb, we had to design our roster accordingly. We are a team with a lot of time trial talent and therefore it is always difficult to select the six riders for the World Championships Team Time Trial. This year, I think we have selected the right six guys for the job, riders who are the best in the business on the flatter sections but can still tackle the climb as well."

- Quick-Step Floors roster for the World Championships Team Time Trial:

Riders
Kasper Asgreen (DEN)
Laurens De Plus (BEL)
Bob Jungels (LUX)
Yves Lampaert (BEL)
Maximilian Schachmann (GER)
Niki Terpstra (NED)
 
Sports Directors
Davide Bramati (ITA)
Wilfried Peeters (BEL)
Tom Steels (BEL)

- Tom Steels (directeur sportif, Quick-Step Floors) spoke about the 2018 Worlds TTT course: "It’s a challenging course this year, starting with 40 kilometers of flat roads, where you really need to have the big engines that can drive a high speed. After this long section, you tackle 5 kilometers of climbing, which means the guys need to be able to hold on uphill too – and we even need to have a few guys who can set a high tempo. Our roster is therefore a balance between riders who can go fast on the climbs on a TT bike and are quite strong on the flat as well, and heavier guys, who are very good on the flat and will suffer more uphill."

- News: Spanish federation announces men's Worlds long list. (Cyclingnews) - Valverde, Mas and recent Vuelta leader Herrada in the mix.

- News: King and Guarnier headline US road team for World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - Neben and van Garderen set for time trials.

- News: Dumoulin, Van Vleuten headline Dutch team for Innsbruck World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - 'We will do everything to keep the world titles in the Netherlands' says national team coach.

- News: Quintana, Uran and Lopez lead strong Colombian team for Innsbruck Worlds. (Cyclingnews) - Ivan Sosa to line out in under-23 race.

- News: Chris Froome, Geraint Thomas to miss World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - British riders feeling fatigue from Grand Tours.

- Rohan Dennis (BMC Racing), winner of the Vuelta's Stage 16 Individual Time Trial, on his form for the World Championships: "Everything is looking good for the World Championships. I'll be heading home now and preparing specifically for the time trial and team time trial, so hopefully I will have one more box ticked by the end of the season. So far, I think the Vuelta has been the best preparation for the Worlds in Innsbruck. It has been tough, especially the first nine days with the heat which really knocked me around. Luckily, it started to cool down and I started to feel better and better. I'd rather feel better as I get further into a Grand Tour than worse. So, I think this race has been the perfect preparation for the World Championships."

- Julian Alaphilippe (Quick-Step Floors) talked about his preparation for the Innsbruck Road Cycling World Championships: "I'm also glad to be racing Slovakia because it serves as a good preparation for the World Championships together with the Tour of Britain. Innsbruck is my next big goal and I am fully focused on this. I can't tell you how proud I am to be part of the French National Team, and you can be sure I will give everything on the tough parcours in Austria in two weeks' time. The race will be very hard and when it comes to the Worlds, you can never know what to expect and what will happen, but I hope to be on the top of my game there. We will see how things will turn out, but one thing is certain: winning the rainbow jersey would be the cherry on the top of what's already been a superb and unforgettable season!"

- 2018 UCI Road World Championships Schedule:

Sunday, September 23

UCI Women’s Team Time Trial
Start at 10:10 CET, 4:10am ET
Finish at 12:05 CET, 6:05am ET

UCI Men’s Team Time Trial
Start at 14:40 CET, 8:40am ET
Finish at 17:05 CET, 11:05am ET

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Monday, September 24

Women Junior Individual Time Trial
Start at 10:10 CET, 4:10am ET
Finish at 11:55 CET, 5:55am ET

Men Under 23 Individual Time Trial
Start at 14:40 CET, 8:40am ET
Finish at 16:50 CET, 10:50am ET

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Tuesday, September 25

Men Junior Individual Time Trial
Start at 10:10 CET, 4:10am ET
Finish at 12:40 CET, 6:40am ET

Women Elite Individual Time Trial
Start at 14:40 CET, 8:40am ET
Finish at 16:50 CET, 10:50am ET

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Wednesday, September 26

Men Elite Individual Time Trial
Start at 14:10 CET, 8:10am ET
Finish at 17:00 CET, 11:00am ET

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Thursday, September 27

Women Junior Road Race
Start at 9:10 CET, 3:10am ET
Finish at 11:15 CET, 5:15am ET

Men Junior Road Race
Start at 14:40 CET, 8:40am ET
Finish at 18:15 CET, 12:15pm ET

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Friday, September 28

Men Under 23 Road Race
Start at 12:10 CET, 6:10am ET
Finish at 16:50 CET, 10:50am ET

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Saturday, September 29

Women Elite Road Race
Start at 12:00 CET, 6:00am ET
Finish at 17:00 CET, 11:00am ET

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Sunday, September 30

Men Elite Road Race
Start at 9:40 CET, 3:40am ET
Finish at 16:40 CET, 10:40am ET

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- The 2018 UCI Road World Championships at Innsbruck-Tirol, Austria are being held September 23-30.

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- Welcome to our live coverage guide for the 2018 UCI Road World Championships.

2018 UCI Road World Championships LIVE
September 23-30, Innsbruck-Tirol, Austria
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Elite Men Road Race: 9:40am CET
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Race finish:  4:40pm CET
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Junior Men’s ITT: 10:10am CET
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Marc Hirschi (Switzerland) wins the under-23 men road race world championship.
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Bjorg Lambrecht (Belgium, silver), Marc Hirschi (Switzerland, gold) and Jaakko Hanninen (Finland, bronze) on the podium
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Laura Stigger (Austria) wins the junior women road race world championship.
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Marie Le Net (France, silver), Laura Stigger (Austria, gold) and Simone Boilard (Canada, bronze) on the podium
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Remco Evenepoel (Belgium) raises his bike at the finish line after winning the junior men road race.  Evenepoel also won the junior men's individual time trial.
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Marius Mayrhofer (Germany, silver), Remco Evenepoel (Belgium, gold) and Alessandro Fancellu (Italy, bronze) on the podium
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Rohan Dennis (Australia) on his way to winning the elite men's individual time trial world championship
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Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands, silver), Rohan Dennis (Australia, gold) and Victor Campenaerts (Belgium, bronze) on the podium
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Lucas Plapp (Australia, silver), Remco Evenepoel (Belgium, gold) and Andrea Piccolo (Italy, bronze) on the podium
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Annemiek Van Vleuten (Netherlands) on her way to winning the elite women's individual time trial world championship
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Anna Van Der Breggen (Netherlands, silver), Annemiek Van Vleuten (Netherlands, gold) and Ellen Van Dijk (Netherlands, bronze) on the podium following the Elite Women Individual Time Trial
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Rozemarijn Ammerlaan (Netherlands) on her way to winning the junior women's individual time trial world championship
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Junior Women's ITT: Camilla Alessio (Italy, silver), Rozemarijn Ammerlaan (Netherlands, gold) and Elynor Backstedt (Great Britain, bronze) on the podium
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Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark) on his way to winning the under-23 men's individual time trial world championship
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U-23 Men's ITT: Brent Van Moer (Belgium, silver), Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark, gold) and Mathias Norsgaard Jorgensen (Denmark, bronze) on the podium
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Team Canyon-SRAM on their way to winning the elite women's team time trial world championship
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Team Canyon-SRAM celebrate with their gold medals on the podium following their victory in the World Championship Women's TTT
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The Quick-Step Floors team, on their way to winning the elite men's team time trial world championship
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Notes from the 2017 UCI Road World Championships at Bergen, Norway

- Elite Men Road Race Start List.

- Elite men road race LIVE tracking hereCyclingnews ticker LIVE here.

- LIVE video here.  (English, U.S.A., Fubo TV/Olympic Channel, HD quality)

- LIVE video here.  (TV2 Sumo, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Sporza, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here.  (TV2/Sport.dk, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here.  (Tdp, Spanish, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Rtbf la une, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here.  (France 3, geo-restricted)  - Expected LIVE video here. (Rai 3, geo-restricted)

- LIVE video here.  (English, U.S.A., Fubo TV/Olympic Channel, HD quality)

- LIVE video here.  (English, UCI, available in some countries)

- Start Lists here.

- 2017 UCI Road World Championships Event Previews, Maps, Profiles:

Event details Event profiles
Women Team Time Trial (42.5 km): Sunday, September 17
Map, profile, preview and more here.
Men Team Time Trial (42.5 km): Sunday, September 17
Map, profile, preview and more here.
Women Junior Time Trial: Monday, September 18
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Men Under 23 TT: Monday, September 18
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Men Junior Time Trial: Tuesday, September 19
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Women Elite Time Trial: Tuesday, September 19
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Men Elite Time Trial: Wednesday, September 20
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Women Junior Road Race: Friday, September 22
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Men Under 23 Road Race: Friday, September 22
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Men Junior Road Race: Saturday, September 23
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Women Elite Road Race: Saturday, September 23
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 
Men Elite Road Race: Sunday, Sunday 24
Map, timetable, preview and more here.
 

 


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- News: Quintana ready for first Worlds in four years. (Cyclingnews) - Colombian expects strong showing from versatile team in Bergen.

- News: From Hinault to Alaphilippe, Cyrille Guimard back in action. (Cyclingnews) - Seven-time Tour de France stage winner as a DS in charge of the French Worlds team.

- News: Blaak solos to women's road race title. (Cyclingnews) - Garfoot, Dideriksen take silver and bronze.

- Elite Women Road Race Start List.

- UCI Road Worlds Start Lists here.

- Elite women road race LIVE tracking hereCyclingnews ticker LIVE here.

- LIVE video here.  (English, U.S.A., Fubo TV/Olympic Channel, HD quality)

- LIVE video here.  (TV2 Sumo, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Rai Sport, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here.  (TV2/Sport.dk, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Sporza, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here.  (France 3, geo-restricted) 

- LIVE video here.  (English, U.S.A., Fubo TV/Olympic Channel, HD quality)

- LIVE video here.  (English, UCI, available in some countries)

- News: Julius Johansen wins junior men's road race. (Cyclingnews) - Rastelli and Gazzoli take silver and bronze for Italy.

- News: Matthews: You've just got to keep throwing stuff at Sagan. (Cyclingnews) - Australian team united behind their on-form leader.

- News: Kwiatkowski: I can win again, even in the rain. (Cyclingnews) - 2014 world champion hunting second rainbow jersey.

- News: Rivera: Those climbs won't stop me at Worlds. (Cyclingnews) - American on a dream first year racing in Europe.

- News: Cosnefroy wins men's under-23 road race. (Cyclingnews) - Frenchman pips Kämna in Bergen.

- News: Pirrone doubles up with junior road race title. (Cyclingnews) - Italian solos to second win in a week.

- LIVE video here.  (English, U.S.A., Fubo TV/Olympic Channel, HD quality)

- LIVE video here. (Rai Sport, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here.  (TV2 Sumo, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Sporza, geo-restricted)

- LIVE video here.  (English, U.S.A., Fubo TV/Olympic Channel, HD quality)

- LIVE video here.  (English, UCI, available in some countries)

- LIVE video here.  (English, U.S.A., Fubo TV/Olympic Channel, HD quality)

- LIVE video here.  (TV2 Sumo, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here.  (TV2/Sport.dk, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here. (Sporza, geo-restricted)  - Expected LIVE video here.  (Tdp, Spanish, geo-restricted) 

- LIVE video here.  (English, U.S.A., Fubo TV/Olympic Channel, HD quality)

- LIVE video here.  (English, UCI, available in some countries)

- News: Gilbert: Nothing you did before matters, it's the day that counts. (Cyclingnews) - Belgian has no problems working with Van Avermaet in Bergen.

- News: From war in Aleppo to Worlds in Bergen: Syrian riders reunited. (Cyclingnews) - Nazir Jaser, Ahmad Badreddin and Mohamed Rayes riding with message of hope.

- News: UCI to scrap trade team time trial at World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - Lappartient says event will be axed in 2020.

- News: Cookson: I expected to win but that's life, that's politics. (Cyclingnews) - Ousted UCI president warns that relations with ASO will be Lappartient's biggest challenge.

- News: Lappartient: I expected over 30 votes. (Cyclingnews) - Frenchman suggests that Cookson wasn't running the UCI properly.

- News: David Lappartient elected UCI President. (Cyclingnews) - Frenchman beats Brian Cookson by 37 votes to 8.

- LIVE video here.  (UCI Congress, including presidential election)

- The 186th Congress of the UCI, including the election of president, is being held on Thursday.  There will be no races.  The 2017 Road Worlds resume on Friday.  Details here on Thursday.

- News: Dumoulin wins time trial world championship in Bergen. (Cyclingnews) - Roglic, Froome round out podium.

- Elite Men's ITT Start List and Start Order and Times.

- LIVE leaderboard here.  (Tissot Timing)

- News: Tony Martin angry about uphill finish to time trial world championships. (Cyclingnews) - Four-time world champion says bike changes should be prohibited.

- News: Bike change could be key to Worlds TT success. (Cyclingnews) - Riders keen to gain seconds but concerned about crashes.

- News: Van Vleuten claims time trial world title. (Cyclingnews) - Van der Breggen, Garfoot round out women's podium.

- News: World time trial title a 'bonus' for Pidcock, road race the priority. (Cyclingnews) - 'I'll be a very marked man,' says British talent.

- News: Tom Pidcock wins junior men's time trial. (Cyclingnews) - Puppio second, Maciejuk third.

- Start List and Start Order and Times for the elite women's individual time trial here.

- News: Bjerg crowned under 23 men's time trial world champion. (Cyclingnews) - Dane tops defending champion McNulty, Ermenault.

- News: Pirrone wins junior women time trial world title. (Cyclingnews) - Italian 1-2 with Vigilia in silver.

- News: Powless and McNulty among top favourites for Worlds U23 time trial. (Cyclingnews) - 'USA is definitely coming in with a competitive duo for Worlds,' says Powless.

- News: BMC Racing left chasing Sunweb's shadow in Bergen. (Cyclingnews) - 'As we always do, we came here to win gold,' says Dennis.

- Start List and Start Order and Times for the junior men's individual time trial here.

- Start List and Start Order and Times for the under-23 men's individual time trial here.

- Start List and Start Order and Times for the junior women's individual time trial here.

- News: Team Sky fade to third in Worlds TTT. (Cyclingnews) - 'We started a little too fast,' says Froome.

- News: Dumoulin: 'We trusted that we'd go fast without overthinking it'. (Cyclingnews) - Team Sunweb power to Worlds gold with simple approach to men's team time trial.

- News: Team Sunweb win men's team time trial. (Cyclingnews) - Sunweb double up to win women's and men's events in Bergen.

- News: Canyon SRAM take risks but fall short of podium. (Cyclingnews) - Brennauer: 'We were on a good ride but we had a big mechanical in the last 5km'.

- News: Boels Dolmans left with sour feeling after Sunweb stun them in Worlds TTT. (Cyclingnews) - 'We just weren't fast enough,' says manager Danny Stam.

- News: Team Sunweb savour women's TTT world title. (Cyclingnews) - 'We were the underdogs, so it's great to have won,' says Van Dijk.

- News: Team Sunweb win women's team time trial. (Cyclingnews) - 2016 champions Boels Dolmans second, Cervelo Bigla third.

- Team Sunweb after Day 1 which saw them winning both the women's and men's team time trials: "Of course today is a really big day for the team, here with the men's and women's teams working together. It's a big congratulations to the whole team, everybody who works so hard on all the details and that all fell into place today - it's amazing."

- Preview: UCI Road World Championships return to Norway - Preview. (Cyclingnews) - Wind, rain, rainbows and even some politics on tap in Bergen.

- Elite Men TTT Start Order and Times here.

- News: John Degenkolb ruled out of World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - Germany's leader says he's not in good enough shape after illness.

- News: Peter Sagan's Worlds bid hit by illness. (Cyclingnews) - Defending champion skips TTT as he recovers for road race.

- News: 'Their line-up is monstrous,' says Pinotti of Sky's Worlds TTT squad. (Cyclingnews) - BMC coach tips Sky as favourites and Sunweb as dangerous outsiders for Worlds team time trial.

- News: Quinziato swaps bike for agent work as retirement kicks in. (Cyclingnews) - 'I feel blessed that I could do this job for 16 years'.

- News: Team Sky looking to 'tick box' and win first Worlds TTT title. (Cyclingnews) - 'On paper we're strong but it comes down to the preparation,' says Sky DS Brett Lancaster.

- Elite Women TTT Start Order and Times here.

- News: Boonen: Wellens is my favourite for World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - 'If Belgium doesn't have a chance, no one does' says 2005 champion.

- News: Hepburn: It's time we pulled off Worlds TTT win. (Cyclingnews) - 'It’s my favourite day of the year’ says Orica-Scott rider.

- News: Gilbert returns to TTT Worlds fray seeking rainbow jersey. (Cyclingnews) - 'It's a really hard course with a lot of changes,' Quick-Step rider says of Bergen test.

- News: Van Garderen: Worlds TTT rivals may be afraid of us. (Cyclingnews) - American replaces Quinziato in BMC Racing team time trial roster.

- News: Van Baarle out, Van Poppel in for Netherlands in Worlds road race. (Cyclingnews) - Team Sky sprinter gives Dutch team another option in the finale.

- News: Vermeulen replaces Bookwalter in USA team for Worlds. (Cyclingnews) - Post-concussion symptoms plague BMC rider after Tour of Britain crash.

- News: Matthews: Everything since the Tour has been a stepping stone for Worlds. (Cyclingnews) - 'I should be at my best for the Worlds, physically and mentally'.

- News: Majka out of Poland's team for Worlds with back pain. (Cyclingnews) - Poljanski steps in, Pawlowska replaced by Szybiak in women's team.

- News: White: This 'relentless' Worlds TTT is the hardest I've seen. (Cyclingnews) - Australian says Team Sky are favourites as he previews the course.

- News: Kwiatkowski: I'll be happy if I'm against Sagan in Worlds finale. (Cyclingnews) - 2014 world champion looks ahead to Bergen.

- News: Longo Borghini: Bergen medal 'would mean the world' to me. (Cyclingnews) - Italian aims for success in world championships time trial and road race.

- News: Hosking and Neylan named in Australian Worlds squad. (Cyclingnews) - Gold and green announces full seven-rider roster after appeals.

- News: Steve Cummings turns down Worlds TT spot. (Cyclingnews) - Geoghegan Hart steps in for Great Britain.

- News: Dennis, Kung and Quinziato feature in strong BMC selection for Worlds TTT. (Cyclingnews) - Five riders from Richmond winning effort named in team.

- News: Hosking, Neylan win appeals for reconsideration of Worlds non-selection. (Cyclingnews) - Australian selectors go back to the drawing board.

- News: Froome to ride Worlds time trial but no Cavendish or Thomas in British squad. (Cyclingnews) - Deignan leads women's team despite recent appendix operation.

- News: Nibali out of Italian Worlds team as Cassani hails combined strength. (Cyclingnews) - Trentin, Viviani, Moscon, Colbrelli and Ulissi expected to lead men’s road race team.

- News: Team Sky with Froome, Kiryienka, Kwiatkowski, Thomas for Worlds TTT. (Cyclingnews) - 'Last year we aimed for podium but this time we want to win'.

- News: Quick-Step Floors name TTT squad. (Cyclingnews) - Four riders included from last year's title-winning squad.

- News: French men's team finalised for Bergen Worlds. (Cyclingnews) - Gougeard to ride time trial with Alaphilippe leading the road team.

- News: Degenkolb to lead Germany at World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - Brennauer at head of women’s team.

- News: Dideriksen looks to defend title in Bergen Worlds. (Cyclingnews) - Ludwig also a strong option for road race.

- News: Kristoff and Boasson Hagen to go their own way at World Championships. (Cyclingnews) - Norwegian duo insist Tour of Britain isn't about point-scoring.

- News: Matthews headlines Australia's World Championships squad. (Cyclingnews) - Sunweb rider backed in for rainbow jersey bid.

- Team Sky's TTT roster:

Owain Doull
Chris Froome
Vasil Kiryienka
Michal Kwiatkowski
Gianni Moscon
Geraint Thomas

- Quick-Step Floors roster for the Men's Team Time Trial:

Jack Bauer (NZL)
Philippe Gilbert (BEL)
Bob Jungels (LUX)
Yves Lampaert (BEL)
Niki Terpstra (NED)
Julien Vermote (BEL)

- USA Cycling have announced their Elite Men's team for the 2017 Road Worlds:

Brent Bookwalter (Asheville, NC/BMC Racing Team)
Nate Brown (Covington, Tenn./Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling)
Alex Howes (Boulder, Colo./Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling)
Keil Reijnen (Bainbridge Island, Wash./Trek-Segafredo)
Joey Rosskopf (Decatur, Ga./BMC Racing Team)
Tejay Van Garderen (Aspen, Colo./BMC Racing Team)

- Schedule of events:

Sunday, September 17
Women’s Team Time Trial at 12:05 CET, 6:05am ET
Men’s Team Time Trial at 15:35 CET, 9:35am ET

Monday, September 18
Women Junior Individual Time Trial at 10:35 CET, 4:35am ET
Men Under 23 Individual Time Trial at 13:05 CET, 7:05am ET

Tuesday, September 19
Men Junior Individual Time Trial at 11:35 CET, 5:35am ET
Women Elite Individual Time Trial at 15:55 CET, 9:55am ET

Wednesday, September 20
Men Elite Individual Time Trial at 13:05 CET, 7:05am ET

Thursday, September 21
Training

Friday, September 22
Women Juniors Road Race at 10:05 CET, 4:05am ET
Men Under 23 Road Race at 13:15 CET, 7:15am ET

Saturday, September 23
Men Juniors Road Race at 9:30 CET, 3:30am ET
Women Elite Road Race at 13:15 CET, 7:15am ET

Sunday, September 24
Men Elite Road Race at 10:05 CET, 4:05am ET

 

 

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