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2009 UCI Road Cycling World Championships Results - Elite Men's Time Trial

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09/24/2009| 0 comments
by Thomas Valentinsen
Fabian Cancellara on his way to victory and a gold medal. Photo copyright Fotoreporter Sirotti.
Fabian Cancellara on his way to victory and a gold medal. Photo copyright Fotoreporter Sirotti.

2009 UCI Road Cycling World Championships Results - Elite Men's Time Trial

Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland) takes time trial gold ahead of Gustav Erik Larsson (Sweden) and Tony Martin (Germany).

September 24, 2009: UCI World Cycling Championships Results - Elite Men's Time Trial: Mendrisio, Switzerland (49.8 km ITT):
1 Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland)       00:57:55.74  
2 Gustav Erik Larsson (Sweden) 0:01:27.13  
3 Tony Martin (Germany) 0:02:30.18  
4 Tom Zirbel (United States Of America) 0:02:47.12  
5 Marco Pinotti (Italy) 0:03:02.88  
6 Janez Brajkovic (Slovenia) 0:03:08.49  
7 Koos Moerenhout (Netherlands) 0:03:11.59  
8 Alexandre Vinokourov (Kazakhstan) 0:03:20.95  
9 Ignatas Konovalovas (Lithuania) 0:03:33.88  
10 Bert Grabsch (Germany) 0:03:37.39  
11 David Mc Cann (Ireland) 0:03:40.61  
12 Jean-Christophe Peraud (France) 0:03:43.95  
13 Lars Ytting Bak (Denmark) 0:04:07.66  
14 Dominique Cornu (Belgium) 0:04:09.40  
15 Svein Tuft (Canada) 0:04:24.25  
16 Lars Boom (Netherlands) 0:04:24.85  
17 Artem Ovechkin (Russian Federation) 0:04:27.64  
18 Christopher Froome (Great Britain) 0:04:34.55  
19 Frantisek Rabon (Czech Republic) 0:04:39.67  
20 Sebastian Lang (Germany) 0:04:40.97  
21 Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain) 0:04:50.39  
22 Serpa Perez J R (Colombia) 0:04:56.25  
23 Thomas Danielson (United States Of America) 0:05:09.45  
24 Alex Rasmussen (Denmark) 0:05:12.60  
25 Andrey Kashechkin (Kazakhstan) 0:05:16.82  
26 Paulinho S M M (Portugal) 0:05:25.86  
27 Edvald Boasson Hagen (Norway) 0:05:28.44  
28 Jay Robert Thomson (South Africa) 0:05:28.71  
29 Eugen Wacker (Kyrgyzstan) 0:05:31.07  
30 Adam Hansen (Australia) 0:05:33.54  
31 Aleksejs Saramotins (Latvia) 0:05:34.76  
32 Garrido Mayorga M (Argentina) 0:05:35.12  
33 Bartosz Huzarski (Poland) 0:05:43.65  
34 Martin Velits (Slovakia) 0:05:44.06  
35 Gutierrez Palacios (Spain) 0:05:45.07  
36 Juan Carlos Lopez Marin (Colombia) 0:05:47.35  
37 Branislau Samoilau (Belarus) 0:05:56.25  
38 Sébastien Rosseler (Belgium) 0:05:57.70  
39 Fredrik Ericsson (Sweden) 0:06:10.47  
40 Rubens Bertogliati (Switzerland) 0:06:12.32  
41 Andriy Grivko (Ukraine) 0:06:14.43  
42 Juan Jose Cobo Acebo (Spain) 0:06:19.62  
43 Erik Hoffmann (Namibia) 0:06:23.43  
44 Matias Medici (Argentina) 0:06:28.26  
45 Raivis Belohvosciks (Latvia) 0:06:29.49  
46 Magno Prado Nazaret (Brazil) 0:06:38.73  
47 Mikhail Ignatiev (Russian Federation) 0:06:43.02  
48 Gregor Gazvoda (Slovenia) 0:06:50.24  
49 Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus) 0:06:58.79  
50 Jeremy Vennell (New Zealand) 0:07:06.21  
51 Pavol Polievka (Slovakia) 0:07:23.56  
52 Ervin Korts-Laur (Estonia) 0:07:26.68  
53 Cameron Wurf (Australia) 0:07:27.52  
54 Tiago Machado (Portugal) 0:07:30.34  
55 Rida Cador (Hungary) 0:07:34.60  
56 Jerome Coppel (France) 0:07:36.57  
57 Matti Helminen (Finland) 0:07:48.12  
58 Dmytro Grabovskyy (Ukraine) 0:08:20.66  
59 Maciej Bodnar (Poland) 0:08:43.10  
60 Jose Ragonessi (Ecuador) 0:08:53.21  
61 Jarmo Rissanen (Finland) 0:09:00.12  
62 Zoltan Madaras (Hungary) 0:09:05.56  
63 Eduard Novak (Romania) 0:11:06.21  
64 Gabriel Sorin Pop (Romania) 0:12:55.11  
65 Reginald Douglas (St. Kitts and Nevis) 0:20:32.85  
66 James Weekes (St. Kitts and Nevis) 0:22:38.69

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