2009 World Championship

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Cadel Evans 1977 Australia - 6h 56' 26''
02 Alexandr Kolobnev 1981 Russia - + 27''
03 Joaquim Rodríguez 1979 Spain - + 27''
04 Samuel Sánchez 1978 Spain - + 30''
05 Fabian Cancellara 1981 Switzerland - + 30''
06 Philippe Gilbert 1982 Belgium - + 51''
07 Matti Breschel 1984 Denmark - + 51''
08 Damiano Cunego 1981 Italy - + 51''
09 Alejandro Valverde 1980 Spain - + 51''
10 Simon Gerrans 1980 Australia - + 1' 47''
11 Fabian Wegmann 1980 Germany - + 1' 47''
12 Kurt Asle Arvesen 1975 Norway - + 1' 47''
13 Chris Anker Sřrensen 1984 Denmark - + 1' 59''
14 Johnny Hoogerland 1983 Netherlands - + 2' 02''
15 Óscar Freire 1976 Spain - + 2' 02''
16 Ivan Basso 1977 Italy - + 2' 02''
17 Andre Cardoso 1984 Portugal - + 2' 44''
18 Michael Barry 1975 Canada - + 2' 44''
19 Sergei Ivanov 1975 Russia - + 2' 44''
20 Karsten Kroon 1976 Netherlands - + 2' 50''
21 Filippo Pozzato 1981 Italy - + 2' 50''
22 Leonardo Duque 1980 France - + 2' 50''
23 Koos Moerenhout 1973 Netherlands - + 2' 50''
24 Sylwester Szmyd 1978 Poland - + 2' 50''
25 Kevin De Weert 1982 Belgium - + 2' 50''
26 Alexandre Vinokourov 1973 Kazakhstan - 2' 50"
27 Vasil Kiryienka 1981 Belarus - 2' 50"
28 Oliver Zaugg 1981 Switzerland - 2' 50"
29 Sylvain Chavanel 1979 France - 2' 50"
30 Ignatas Konovalovas 1985 Lithuania - 2' 50"
31 Alexandre Botcharov 1975 Russia - 2' 50"
32 Tadej Valjavec 1977 Slovenia - 2' 50"
33 Thomas Löfkvist 1984 Sweden - 2' 50"
34 Sergio Paulinho 1980 Portugal - 2' 50"
35 Janez Brajkovic 1983 Slovenia - 2' 50"
36 Robert Gesink 1986 Netherlands - 3' 01"
37 Miguel Angel Rubiano 1984 Colombia - 3' 21"
38 Tom Boonen 1980 Belgium - 3' 21"
39 Bert De Waele 1975 Belgium - 3' 21"
40 Philip Deignan 1983 Ireland - 3' 21"
41 Alessandro Ballan 1979 Italy - 3' 21"
42 Daniel Moreno 1981 Spain - 3' 21"
43 Jakob Fuglsang 1985 Denmark - 3' 45"
44 Greg Van Avermaet 1985 Belgium - 3' 45"
45 Kim Kirchen 1978 Luxembourg - 4' 20"
46 Pierrick Fedrigo 1978 France - 4' 29"
47 Marcus Ljungqvist 1974 Sweden - 5' 20"
48 Gorazd Stangelj 1973 Slovenia - 5' 20"
49 Jussi Veikkanen 1981 Finland - 5' 20"
50 José Rujano 1982 Venezuela - 5' 20"
51 Eduard Vorganov 1982 Russia - 5' 20"
52 Steve Cummings 1981 Great Britain - 5' 20"
53 Andriy Grivko 1983 Ukraine - 5' 20"
54 Kristjan Fajt 1985 Slovenia - 5' 20"
55 Murilo Fischer 1979 Brazil - 5' 20"
56 Kanstantsin Sivtsov 1982 Belarus - 5' 20"
57 Fumiyuki Beppu 1983 Japan - 5' 20"
58 Assan Bazayev 1981 Kazakhstan - 5' 20"
59 Craig Lewis 1985 USA - 5' 20"
60 Edvald Boasson Hagen 1987 Norway - 5' 20"
61 Christophe Riblon 1981 France - 5' 20"
62 Przemyslaw Niemiec 1980 Poland - 5' 20"
63 Nick Nuyens 1980 Belgium - 5' 20"
64 Matthew Lloyd 1983 Australia - 6' 07"
65 Luca Paolini 1977 Italy - 7' 43"
66 Dmitry Fofonov 1976 Kazakhstan - 7' 43"
67 Thomas Voeckler 1979 France - 7' 43"
68 Daniel Martin 1986 Ireland - 8' 22"
69 Rui Costa 1986 Portugal - 8' 22"
70 Vladimir Miholjevic 1974 Croatia - 10' 54"
71 Stefano Garzelli 1973 Italy - 10' 54"
72 Oleksandr Kvachuk 1983 Ukraine - 10' 54"
73 Bartosz Huzarski 1980 Poland - 10' 54"
74 José Serpa 1979 Colombia - 10' 54"
75 Carles Jose Ochoa 1980 Venezuela - 10' 54"
76 Hrvoje Miholjevic 1979 Croatia - 10' 54"
77 Aleksejs Saramotins 1982 Latvia - 10' 54"
78 Fredrik Kessiakoff 1980 Sweden - 10' 54"
79 Grischa Niermann 1975 Germany - 10' 54"
80 Timothy Duggan 1982 USA - 10' 54"
81 Stian Remme 1982 Norway - 10' 54"
82 Michael Albasini 1980 Switzerland - 10' 54"
83 Franklin Raul Chachon 1980 Venezuela - 10' 54"
84 René Mandri 1984 Estonia - 10' 54"
85 Pavel Brutt 1982 Russia - 10' 54"
86 Michal Golas 1984 Poland - 10' 54"
87 Gabriel Rasch 1976 Norway - 10' 54"
88 Maarten Wynants 1982 Belgium - 10' 54"
89 Maxime Monfort 1983 Belgium - 10' 54"
90 Martin Velits 1985 Slovakia - 10' 54"
91 Lars Boom 1985 Netherlands - 10' 54"
92 Roger Hammond 1974 Great Britain - 10' 54"
93 Christophe Le Mével 1980 France - 10' 54"
94 Thomas Peterson 1986 USA - 10' 54"
95 Dimitri Champion 1983 France - 10' 54"
96 Hayden Roulston 1981 New Zealand - 10' 54"
97 Maxim Iglinskiy 1981 Kazakhstan - 10' 54"
98 Jason McCartney 1973 USA - 10' 54"
99 Johannes Fröhlinger 1985 Germany - 10' 54"
100 Peter Velits 1985 Slovakia - 10' 54"
101 Rigoberto Uran 1987 Colombia - 10' 54"
102 Gerhard Trampusch 1978 Austria - 14' 03"
103 Paul Martens 1983 Germany - 14' 03"
104 Volodymyr Zagorodny 1981 Ukraine - 14' 03"
105 Vladimir Karpets 1980 Russia - 14' 03"
106 Jan Barta 1984 Czech Republic - 14' 03"
107 Michael Rogers 1979 Australia - 14' 03"
108 Juan Carlos Lopez Marin 1981 Colombia - 14' 03"
DNF Fabricio Ferrari 1985 Uruguay -
DNF Valentin Iglinsky 1984 Kazakhstan -
DNF Andrey Kashechkin 1980 Kazakhstan -
DNF Alfredo Lucero 1979 Argentina -
DNF Matias Medici 1975 Argentina -
DNF Manuel Medina 1976 Venezuela -
DNF Magno Prado Nazaret 1986 Brazil -
DNF Carlos Oyarzun 1981 Chile -
DNF Freddy Vargas 1982 Venezuela -
DNF Nebojsa Jovanovic 1983 Serbia -
DNF Grega Bole 1985 Slovenia -
DNF Nicolas Roche 1984 Ireland -
DNF Taiji Nishitani 1981 Japan -
DNF Simon Clarke 1986 Australia -
DNF Volodymir Starchyk 1980 Ukraine -
DNF Gregory Rast 1980 Switzerland -
DNF Peter Kusztor 1984 Hungary -
DNF Chris Froome 1985 Great Britain -
DNF Geraint Thomas 1986 Great Britain -
DNF Yukiya Arashiro 1984 Japan -
DNF Istvan Cziraki 1986 Hungary -
DNF Gregely Ivanics 1978 Hungary -
DNF Jeremy Vennell 1980 New Zealand -
DNF Brent Bookwalter 1984 USA -
DNF Mathias Frank 1986 Switzerland -
DNF Tiago Fiorilli 1984 Brazil -
DNF Byron Guama 1985 Ecuador -
DNF Andrey Amador 1986 Costa Rica -
DNF Russell Downing 1978 Great Britain -
DNF Zsolt Der 1983 Hungary -
DNF Esad Hasanovic 1985 Serbia -
DNF Thor Hushovd 1978 Norway -
DNF Daniel Lloyd 1980 Great Britain -
DNF Rein Taaramäe 1987 Estonia -
DNF Jempy Drucker 1986 Luxembourg -
DNF Janek Tombak 1976 Estonia -
DNF Jan Valach 1973 Slovakia -
DNF Timothy Gudsell 1984 New Zealand -
DNF Wesley Sulzberger 1986 Australia -
DNF Juan José Cobo 1981 Spain -
DNF Tom Danielson 1978 USA -
DNF Tyler Farrar 1984 USA -
DNF Ryder Hesjedal 1980 Canada -
DNF David Millar 1977 Great Britain -
DNF Svein Tuft 1977 Canada -
DNF Ruslan Pidgornyy 1977 Ukraine -
DNF Ian Stannard 1987 Great Britain -
DNF Giovanni Visconti 1983 Italy -
DNF Lars Petter Nordhaug 1984 Norway -
DNF Frederik Wilmann 1985 Norway -
DNF Evgeni Popov 1984 Russia -
DNF Alexander Porsev 1986 Russia -
DNF Andrew Bajadali 1973 USA -
DNF Jan Barta 1984 Czech Republic -
DNF Marzio Bruseghin 1974 Italy -
DNF Rubén Plaza 1980 Spain -
DNF Roman Kreuziger 1986 Czech Republic -
DNF Aleksandr Kuschynski 1979 Belarus -
DNF Maciej Paterski 1986 Poland -
DNF Matija Kvasina 1981 Croatia -
DNF Oļegs Meļehs 1982 Latvia -
DNF Jacek Morajko 1981 Poland -
DNF Jay Robert Thomson 1986 South Africa -
DNF Martin Garrido 1974 Argentina -
DNF Martin Mares 1982 Czech Republic -
DNF Carlos Barredo [*] 1981 Spain -
DNF Allan Davis 1980 Australia -
DNF Mauricio Ardila Cano 1979 Colombia -
DNF Juan Manuel Garate 1976 Spain -
DNF Mathew Hayman 1978 Australia -
DNF Sebastian Langeveld 1985 Netherlands -
DNF Dan Craven 1983 Namibia -
DNF Fred Rodriguez 1973 USA -
DNF Rubens Bertogliati 1979 Switzerland -
DNF Jackson Rodriguez 1985 Venezuela -
DNF Michele Scarponi 1979 Italy -
DNF Francis De Greef 1985 Belgium -
DNF Roy Hegreberg 1981 Norway -
DNF Hĺvard Nybř 1983 Norway -
DNF André Greipel 1982 Germany -
DNF Tony Martin 1985 Germany -
DNF Marcel Sieberg 1982 Germany -
DNF Laurent Didier 1984 Luxembourg -
DNF Guinnadi Mikhailov 1974 Russia -
DNF Ben Swift 1987 Great Britain -
DNF Gerald Ciolek 1986 Germany -
DNF Christian Knees 1981 Germany -
DNF Peter Wrolich 1974 Austria -
DNF Lars Bak 1980 Denmark -
DNF Frank Hřj 1973 Denmark -
DNF Anders Lund 1985 Denmark -
DNF Stuart O'Grady 1973 Australia -
DNF Andy Schleck 1985 Luxembourg -
DNF Serhiy Honchar 1970 Ukraine -
DNF Borut Bozic 1980 Slovenia -
DNF Christoph Sokoll 1986 Austria -

Info

RaceWorld Championship
Where Mendrisio
Nation World Championship
Distance262.2 km
DateSeptember 27th
Edition2009
ClassificationWCRR
Extra Compare top four

Cadel Evans