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2015 World Championship

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Peter Sagan 1990 Slovakia - 6t 14' 37"
02 Michael Matthews 1990 Australia - 03"
03 Ramunas Navardauskas 1988 Lithuania - 03"
04 Alexander Kristoff 1987 Norway - 03"
05 Alejandro Valverde 1980 Spain - 03"
06 Simon Gerrans 1980 Australia - 03"
07 Tony Gallopin 1988 France - 03"
08 Michal Kwiatkowski 1990 Poland - 03"
09 Rui Costa 1986 Portugal - 03"
10 Philippe Gilbert 1982 Belgium - 03"
11 Tom Dumoulin 1990 Netherlands - 03"
12 Alex Howes 1988 USA - 03"
13 Niki Terpstra 1984 Netherlands - 03"
14 Rein Taaramäe 1987 Estonia - 03"
15 Vyacheslav Kuznetsov 1989 Russia - 03"
16 Nelson Oliveira 1989 Portugal - 03"
17 Yukiya Arashiro 1984 Japan - 03"
18 Giacomo Nizzolo 1989 Italy - 03"
19 Brent Bookwalter 1984 USA - 03"
20 Edvald Boasson Hagen 1987 Norway - 03"
21 Nacer Bouhanni 1990 France - 03"
22 Ben Swift 1987 Great Britain - 03"
23 Greg Van Avermaet 1985 Belgium - 03"
24 Tanel Kangert 1987 Estonia - 03"
25 Andrey Amador 1986 Costa Rica - 03"
26 Marco Haller 1991 Austria - 12"
27 Daniel Moreno 1981 Spain - 12"
28 Silvan Dillier 1990 Switzerland - 12"
29 John Degenkolb 1989 Germany - 15"
30 Luis León Sánchez 1983 Spain - 15"
31 Steve Cummings 1981 Great Britain - 15"
32 Rigoberto Uran 1987 Colombia - 18"
33 Matti Breschel 1984 Denmark - 21"
34 Matteo Trentin 1989 Italy - 21"
35 Tom Boonen 1980 Belgium - 21"
36 Pavel Brutt 1982 Russia - 21"
37 Alexey Tsatevitch 1989 Russia - 28"
38 Arnaud Démare 1991 France - 32"
39 Tomasz Marczynski 1984 Poland - 40"
40 Sam Bennett 1990 Ireland - 40"
41 Karel Hnik 1991 Czech Republic - 40"
42 Vincenzo Nibali 1984 Italy - 40"
43 Zdenek Stybar 1985 Czech Republic - 40"
44 Heinrich Haussler 1984 Australia - 40"
45 Lars Bak 1980 Denmark - 55"
46 Andriy Grivko 1983 Ukraine - 55"
47 Luka Pibernik 1993 Slovenia - 55"
48 Luka Mezgec 1988 Slovenia - 55"
49 Mykhailo Kononenko 1987 Ukraine - 55"
50 Daryl Impey 1984 South Africa - 55"
51 Ian Stannard 1987 Great Britain - 55"
52 Juan Jose Lobato Del Valle 1988 Spain - 55"
53 Benjamin King 1989 USA - 55"
54 Michal Golas 1984 Poland - 55"
55 Sergey Lagutin 1981 Uzbekistan - 55"
56 Ion Izagirre 1989 Spain - 55"
57 Adam Yates 1992 Great Britain - 55"
58 Greg Henderson 1976 New Zealand - 55"
59 Maciej Paterski 1986 Poland - 1' 10"
60 Kanstantsin Sivtsov 1982 Belarus - 1' 38"
61 Antoine Duchesne 1991 Canada - 1' 50"
62 Ilnur Zakarin 1989 Russia - 1' 55"
63 Alexey Lutsenko 1992 Kazakhstan - 2' 02"
64 Sep Vanmarcke 1988 Belgium - 2' 08"
65 Maximiliano Richeze 1983 Argentina - 2' 09"
66 Michael Albasini 1980 Switzerland - 2' 15"
67 Michael Valgren 1992 Denmark - 2' 50"
68 Carlos Quintero 1986 Colombia - 2' 50"
69 Bauke Mollema 1986 Netherlands - 2' 50"
70 Arman Kamyshev 1991 Kazakhstan - 2' 50"
71 Jens Keukeleire 1988 Belgium - 2' 50"
72 Vegard Stake Laengen 1989 Norway - 2' 50"
73 Adam Hansen 1981 Australia - 2' 50"
74 Rafal Majka 1989 Poland - 2' 50"
75 Mickaël Delage 1985 France - 2' 50"
76 Gregory Rast 1980 Switzerland - 2' 50"
77 Mathew Hayman 1978 Australia - 2' 50"
78 Michael Mørkøv 1985 Denmark - 2' 50"
79 Tyler Farrar 1984 USA - 3' 00"
80 Tiesj Benoot 1994 Belgium - 3' 35"
81 Lars Boom 1985 Netherlands - 3' 35"
82 Manuel Quinziato 1979 Italy - 3' 41"
83 Daniele Bennati 1980 Italy - 3' 41"
84 Fabio Felline 1990 Italy - 3' 41"
85 Taylor Phinney 1990 USA - 3' 41"
86 Grega Bole 1985 Slovenia - 3' 45"
87 Sebastian Langeveld 1985 Netherlands - 3' 45"
88 Tony Martin 1985 Germany - 4' 00"
89 Elia Viviani 1989 Italy - 5' 18"
90 Simon Geschke 1986 Germany - 5' 23"
91 Robert Gesink 1986 Netherlands - 6' 43"
92 Stijn Vandenbergh 1984 Belgium - 6' 43"
93 Ryan Anderson 1987 Canada - 6' 43"
94 Michael Woods 1986 Canada - 6' 43"
95 Sergey Chernetski 1990 Russia - 6' 43"
96 Dylan Van Baarle 1992 Netherlands - 6' 43"
97 Jan Barta 1984 Czech Republic - 6' 43"
98 Jiri Polnicky 1989 Czech Republic - 6' 43"
99 Pim Ligthart 1988 Netherlands - 6' 43"
100 Cyril Lemoine 1983 France - 6' 43"
101 Scott Thwaites 1990 Great Britain - 6' 43"
102 Diego Ulissi 1989 Italy - 6' 43"
103 Paul Voss 1986 Germany - 8' 12"
104 Paul Martens 1983 Germany - 10' 47"
105 André Greipel 1982 Germany - 10' 47"
106 Marcel Sieberg 1982 Germany - 10' 47"
107 Guillaume Boivin 1989 Canada - 11' 11"
108 Radoslav Rogina 1979 Croatia - 11' 11"
109 Lawson Craddock 1992 USA - 12' 56"
110 Gatis Smukulis 1987 Latvia - 13' 58"
DNS Jaco Venter 1987 South Africa -
DNF Marko Kump 1988 Slovenia -
DNF Gediminas Bagdonas 1985 Lithuania -
DNF Hugo Houle 1990 Canada -
DNF Sébastien Minard 1982 France -
DNF Conor Dunne 1992 Ireland -
DNF Serghei Tvetcov 1988 Romania -
DNF Borut Bozic 1980 Slovenia -
DNF Miguel Angel Lopez 1994 Colombia -
DNF Ruslan Tleubayev 1987 Kazakhstan -
DNF Mekseb Debesay 1991 Eritrea -
DNF Jempy Drucker 1986 Luxembourg -
DNF Daniel Oss 1987 Italy -
DNF Lukas Pöstlberger 1992 Austria -
DNF Yauheni Hutarovich 1983 Belarus -
DNF Florian Vachon 1985 France -
DNF Kohei Uchima 1988 Japan -
DNF Manuel Rodas 1984 Guatemala -
DNF Jose Goncalves 1989 Portugal -
DNF Luis Mas 1989 Spain -
DNF Polychronis Tzortzakis 1989 Greece -
DNF Nikolay Mihaylov 1988 Bulgaria -
DNF Julien Simon 1985 France -
DNF Rasmus Guldhammer 1989 Denmark -
DNF Alex Kirsch 1992 Luxembourg -
DNF Antonio Prestes Garnero 1983 Brazil -
DNF Julian Alaphilippe 1992 France -
DNF Iljo Keisse 1982 Belgium -
DNF Nikolas Maes 1986 Belgium -
DNF Petr Vakoc 1992 Czech Republic -
DNF Cesar Rojas Villegas 1988 Costa Rica -
DNF Juan Carlos Rojas Villegas 1981 Costa Rica -
DNF Daniel Diaz 1989 Argentina -
DNF Kleber Ramos Silva 1985 Brazil -
DNF Jarlinson Pantano 1988 Colombia -
DNF Daniel Jaramillo 1991 Colombia -
DNF Vitaliy Buts 1986 Ukraine -
DNF Denys Kostyuk 1982 Ukraine -
DNF Oleksandr Polivoda 1987 Ukraine -
DNF Sung Baek Park 1985 South Korea -
DNF Joon Yong Seo 1988 South Korea -
DNF Andreiy Khripta 1986 Ukraine -
DNF Kristijan Durasek 1987 Croatia -
DNF Rubén Plaza 1980 Spain -
DNF Vegard Breen 1990 Norway -
DNF Winner Anacona 1988 Colombia -
DNF Alex Dowsett 1988 Great Britain -
DNF Imanol Erviti 1983 Spain -
DNF Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg 1989 South Africa -
DNF Ivan Stevic 1980 Serbia -
DNF Sam Bewley 1987 New Zealand -
DNF Simon Clarke 1986 Australia -
DNF Mitchell Docker 1986 Australia -
DNF Luke Durbridge 1991 Australia -
DNF Ryan Roth 1983 Canada -
DNF Gonzalo Garrido 1973 Chile -
DNF Kristjan Koren 1986 Slovenia -
DNF Edwin Avila 1989 Colombia -
DNF Alex Cano Ardila 1983 Colombia -
DNF Byron Guama 1985 Ecuador -
DNF Johannes Fröhlinger 1985 Germany -
DNF Georg Preidler 1990 Austria -
DNF Sven Erik Bystrøm 1992 Norway -
DNF Joaquim Rodríguez 1979 Spain -
DNF Jos Van Emden 1985 Netherlands -
DNF Evaldas Siskevicius 1988 Lithuania -
DNF Andrew Fenn 1990 Great Britain -
DNF Vasil Kiryienka 1981 Belarus -
DNF Christian Knees 1981 Germany -
DNF Lars Petter Nordhaug 1984 Norway -
DNF Luke Rowe 1990 Great Britain -
DNF Maciej Bodnar 1985 Poland -
DNF Christopher Juul Jensen 1989 Denmark -
DNF Michael Kolar 1992 Slovakia -
DNF Roman Kreuziger 1986 Czech Republic -
DNF Jay McCarthy 1992 Australia -
DNF Juraj Sagan 1988 Slovakia -
DNF Fumiyuki Beppu 1983 Japan -
DNF Laurent Didier 1984 Luxembourg -
DNF Jesse Sergent 1988 New Zealand -
DNF Carlos Alzate 1983 Colombia -
DNF Thomas Buchacek 1978 Czech Republic -

Info

RaceWorld Championship
Where Richmond
Nation World Championship
Distance259.2 km
DateSeptember 27th
Edition2015
ClassificationWCRR
Extra Compare top four

Peter Sagan

Manager results

1 pericontador
2 Flyindustman
3 Le Tour de Brabant
4 Illes Balears
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