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2015 World Championship, ITT

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Vasil Kiryienka 1981 Belarus - 1t 02' 29"
02 Adriano Malori 1988 Italy - 09"
03 Jérôme Coppel 1986 France - 27"
04 Jonathan Castroviejo 1987 Spain - 29"
05 Tom Dumoulin 1990 Netherlands - 1' 01"
06 Rohan Dennis 1990 Australia - 1' 08"
07 Tony Martin 1985 Germany - 1' 17"
08 Maciej Bodnar 1985 Poland - 1' 17"
09 Marcin Bialoblocki 1983 Poland - 1' 22"
10 Moreno Moser 1990 Italy - 1' 32"
11 Jan Barta 1984 Czech Republic - 1' 34"
12 Taylor Phinney 1990 USA - 1' 37"
13 Nelson Oliveira 1989 Portugal - 1' 52"
14 Steve Cummings 1981 Great Britain - 1' 59"
15 Michael Hepburn 1991 Australia - 1' 59"
16 Matthias Brändle 1989 Austria - 2' 00"
17 Alex Dowsett 1988 Great Britain - 2' 07"
18 Jurgen Van den Broeck 1983 Belgium - 2' 16"
19 Stefan Küng 1993 Switzerland - 2' 18"
20 Luke Durbridge 1991 Australia - 2' 18"
21 Rasmus Christian Quaade 1990 Denmark - 2' 19"
22 Lawson Craddock 1992 USA - 2' 27"
23 Wilco Kelderman 1991 Netherlands - 2' 31"
24 Andriy Grivko 1983 Ukraine - 2' 32"
25 Hugo Houle 1990 Canada - 2' 36"
26 Luis León Sánchez 1983 Spain - 2' 45"
27 Kanstantsin Sivtsov 1982 Belarus - 2' 48"
28 Gatis Smukulis 1987 Latvia - 2' 56"
29 Rein Taaramäe 1987 Estonia - 2' 56"
30 Silvan Dillier 1990 Switzerland - 2' 57"
31 Yves Lampaert 1991 Belgium - 2' 59"
32 Tanel Kangert 1987 Estonia - 3' 01"
33 Ilnur Zakarin 1989 Russia - 3' 07"
34 Danill Fominykh 1991 Kazakhstan - 3' 13"
35 Jesse Sergent 1988 New Zealand - 3' 14"
36 Alexey Lutsenko 1992 Kazakhstan - 3' 23"
37 Vegard Stake Laengen 1989 Norway - 3' 25"
38 Gustav Erik Larsson 1980 Sweden - 3' 26"
39 Aleksejs Saramotins 1982 Latvia - 3' 27"
40 Ramunas Navardauskas 1988 Lithuania - 3' 30"
41 Tobias Ludvigsson 1991 Sweden - 3' 31"
42 Andreas Vangstad 1992 Norway - 3' 43"
43 Sam Bewley 1987 New Zealand - 3' 44"
44 Ryan Roth 1983 Canada - 3' 51"
45 Christopher Juul Jensen 1989 Denmark - 3' 55"
46 Romain Sicard 1988 France - 3' 57"
47 Alexandre Pliuschin 1987 Moldova - 4' 00"
48 Lukas Pöstlberger 1992 Austria - 4' 18"
49 Mekseb Debesay 1991 Eritrea - 4' 20"
50 Gediminas Bagdonas 1985 Lithuania - 4' 20"
51 Rigoberto Uran 1987 Colombia - 4' 41"
52 Nikias Arndt 1991 Germany - 4' 47"
53 Petr Vakoc 1992 Czech Republic - 5' 01"
54 Serghei Tvetcov 1988 Romania - 5' 39"
55 Polychronis Tzortzakis 1989 Greece - 5' 48"
56 Manuel Rodas 1984 Guatemala - 5' 54"
57 Tuulkhangai Tuguldur 1985 Mongolia - 6' 46"
58 Neofytos Sakellaridis 1989 Greece - 7' 05"
59 Muradjan Halmuratov 1982 Uzbekistan - 7' 07"
60 Segundo Mesias Navarrete Navarrete 1985 Ecuador - 8' 51"
61 Ahmed Albourdainy 1990 Qatar - 9' 46"
62 David Albos Cavaliere 1984 Andorra - 11' 56"
63 Gorgi Popstefanov 1987 Macedonia - 13' 05"
64 Juan R. Martinez Adorno 1987 Puerto Rico - 13' 43"
65 Carlos Eduardo Quisphe 1991 Ecuador - 14' 15"
DNS Rafael Adolfo German Meran 1987 Dom. Rep -
DNS Norlandy Tavera Sanchez 1989 Dom. Rep -
DNS Nikolay Mihaylov 1988 Bulgaria -
DNS Adrien Niyonshuti 1987 Rwanda -
DNS Artem Ovechkin 1986 Russia -

Info

RaceWorld Championship, ITT
Where Richmond
Nation World Championship
Distance 53 km
DateSeptember 23rd
Edition2015
ClassificationWCTT
Extra Compare top four

Vasil Kiryienka

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