2009 World Championship, U23

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Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Romain Sicard 1988 France - 4t 41' 54''
02 Carlos Betancur 1989 Colombia - + 27''
03 Egor Silin 1988 Russia - + 27''
04 Peter Kennaugh 1989 Great Britain - + 49''
05 Jerome Baugnies 1987 Belgium - + 54''
06 Marko Kump 1988 Slovenia - + 54''
07 Yevgeniy Nepomnyachshiy 1987 Kazakhstan - + 54''
08 Cayetano Jose Sarmiento 1987 Colombia - + 54''
09 Matthias Brändle 1989 Austria - + 1' 00''
10 Damiano Caruso 1987 Italy - + 1' 33''
11 Alexandre Geniez 1988 France - + 1' 38''
12 Christer Rake 1987 Norway - + 1' 38''
13 Jonathan Castroviejo 1987 Spain - + 1' 40''
14 Sander Maasing 1988 Estonia - + 1' 40''
15 Nicolas Schnyder 1987 Switzerland - + 1' 40''
16 Arnaud Courteille 1989 France - 1' 40"
17 Nicolas Edet 1987 France - 1' 40"
18 Adrian Honkisz 1988 Poland - 1' 40"
19 Peter Stetina 1987 USA - 1' 40"
20 Dominik Nerz 1989 Germany - 1' 40"
21 Anatoliy Kashtan 1987 Ukraine - 1' 40"
22 Kansatansin Klimiankou 1989 Belarus - 1' 40"
23 Ben Gastauer 1987 Luxembourg - 1' 40"
24 Sep Vanmarcke 1988 Belgium - 1' 40"
25 Mark O'Brien 1987 Australia - 1' 40"
26 Darwin Atapuma 1988 Colombia - 1' 40"
27 Mirco Saggiorato 1988 Switzerland - 1' 40"
28 Jose Alarcon 1988 Venezuela - 1' 40"
29 Jacques Janse Van Rensburg 1987 South Africa - 1' 40"
30 Mathias Lisson 1990 Denmark - 1' 40"
31 Gianluca Brambilla 1987 Italy - 1' 40"
32 Sergio Luis Henao 1987 Colombia - 1' 44"
33 Michel Kreder 1987 Netherlands - 1' 49"
34 Romain Zingle 1987 Belgium - 2' 15"
35 Joel Zangerle 1988 Luxembourg - 2' 22"
36 Arthur Vichot 1988 France - 2' 22"
37 Alex Meenhorst 1987 Australia - 5' 21"
38 Leopold König 1987 Czech Republic - 5' 21"
39 Daniele Ratto 1989 Italy - 5' 21"
40 Thibaut Pinot 1990 France - 7' 23"
41 Alexandre Shushemoin 1987 Kazakhstan - 8' 06"
42 Blaz Furdi 1988 Slovenia - 8' 31"
43 Artem Topchanyk 1989 Ukraine - 8' 48"
44 Oleksandr Polivoda 1987 Ukraine - 8' 48"
45 Martin Mahdar 1989 Slovakia - 9' 00"
46 Nazar Jumabekov 1987 Kazakhstan - 9' 00"
47 Gorka Izagirre 1987 Spain - 9' 00"
48 Silver Ao 1989 Estonia - 9' 04"
49 Rafael Andriato 1987 Brazil - 9' 08"
50 Daniel Teklehaimanot 1988 Eritrea - 9' 29"
51 Carlos Alexandre Manarelli 1989 Brazil - 9' 32"
52 Andrei Krasilnikau 1989 Belarus - 9' 32"
53 Siarhei Papok 1988 Belarus - 9' 32"
54 Viesturs Luksevics 1987 Latvia - 9' 32"
55 Siarhei Novikau 1989 Belarus - 9' 32"
56 Stefan Denifl 1987 Austria - 9' 32"
57 Alexander Prishpetnyy 1987 Russia - 9' 32"
58 Pit Schlechter 1990 Luxembourg - 9' 32"
59 Sondre Sørtveit 1988 Norway - 9' 32"
60 Jan Tratnik 1990 Slovenia - 9' 32"
61 Jahn Fredrik Grue 1988 Norway - 9' 32"
62 David Veilleux 1987 Canada - 9' 32"
63 Andrey Solomennikov 1987 Russia - 9' 32"
64 Luke Rowe 1990 Great Britain - 9' 32"
65 Vojtech Hacecky 1987 Czech Republic - 9' 32"
66 Romain Beney 1987 Switzerland - 9' 32"
67 Oleg Berdos 1987 Romania - 9' 32"
68 John Degenkolb 1989 Germany - 9' 37"
69 Petr Ignatenko 1987 Russia - 16' 48"
70 Egidijus Juodvalkis 1988 Lithuania - 16' 48"
71 Ryohei Komori 1988 Japan - 18' 14"
72 Pedro Merino Criado 1987 Spain - 18' 14"
DNF Armando Aguilar - Mexico -
DNF Clinton Avery 1987 New Zealand -
DNF Sebastian Balck 1988 Sweden -
DNF Chris Barton 1988 USA -
DNF David Boily 1990 Canada -
DNF Turakit Boonratanathanakorn 1989 Thailand -
DNF Kirk Carlsen 1987 USA -
DNF Mark Christian 1990 Great Britain -
DNF Alfredo Cruz Bernaldez 1990 Mexico -
DNF Higinio Fernandez 1988 Spain -
DNF Yoshimitsu Hiratsuka 1988 Japan -
DNF Natthapon Jeebthaworn 1987 Thailand -
DNF Mirac Kal 1987 Turkey -
DNF Muhammet Eyüp Karagöbek 1989 Turkey -
DNF Gabor Kazsa 1989 Serbia -
DNF Jens Keukeleire 1988 Belgium -
DNF Michal Kwiatkowski 1990 Poland -
DNF Niv Libner 1987 Israel -
DNF Olamei Mahdi 1988 Iran -
DNF Ran Margaliot 1988 Israel -
DNF Ugur Marmara 1987 Turkey -
DNF Jaroslaw Marycz 1987 Poland -
DNF Jonathan McEvoy 1989 Great Britain -
DNF Khakharman Merey 1989 Kazakhstan -
DNF Yonathan Monsalve 1989 Venezuela -
DNF Gideoni Monteiro 1989 Brazil -
DNF Allan Morales Castillo 1989 Costa Rica -
DNF Jakub Novak 1990 Czech Republic -
DNF Nelson Oliveira 1989 Portugal -
DNF Angelo Pagani 1988 Italy -
DNF Fabricio Quiros Araya 1990 Costa Rica -
DNF Erick Rowsell 1990 Great Britain -
DNF Phucong Sai-Udomsin 1988 Thailand -
DNF Mustafa Sayar 1989 Turkey -
DNF Christian Schneeberger 1989 Switzerland -
DNF Silver Schultz 1988 Estonia -
DNF Ablay Shugaipov 1988 Kazakhstan -
DNF Balazs Simon 1989 Hungary -
DNF Burry Stander 1987 South Africa -
DNF Patrik Stenberg 1990 Sweden -
DNF Diego Ulissi 1989 Italy -
DNF Zoltan Vigh 1987 Hungary -
DNF Juan Pablo Villegas 1987 Colombia -
DNF Jelle Wallays 1989 Belgium -
DNF Blaz Jarc 1988 Slovenia -
DNF Jure Zagar 1987 Slovenia -
DNF Krisztian Lovassy 1988 Hungary -
DNF Nairo Quintana 1990 Colombia -
DNF Rafael Valls 1987 Spain -
DNF Jonathan Fumeaux 1988 Switzerland -
DNF Kamil Zielinski 1988 Poland -
DNF Martin Reimer 1987 Germany -
DNF Jakub Kratochvila 1988 Czech Republic -
DNF Jakub Novak 1988 Slovakia -
DNF Gregory Brenes 1988 Costa Rica -
DNF Juraj Sagan 1988 Slovakia -
DNF Peter Sagan 1990 Slovakia -
DNF Patrik Tybor 1987 Slovakia -
DNF Martin Schoffmann 1987 Austria -
DNF Daniel Schorn 1988 Austria -
DNF Alex Howes 1988 USA -
DNF Christopher Juul Jensen 1989 Denmark -
DNF Ricky Enø Jørgensen 1989 Denmark -
DNF Yegor Dementyev 1987 Ukraine -
DNF Alexander Kristoff 1987 Norway -
DNF Vegard Stake Laengen 1989 Norway -
DNF Ryan Anderson 1987 Canada -
DNF Edgaras Kovaliovas 1989 Lithuania -
DNF Evaldas Siskevicius 1988 Lithuania -
DNF Sylwester Janiszewski 1988 Poland -
DNF Gert Joeaar 1987 Estonia -
DNF Andrey Klyuev 1987 Russia -
DNF Nico Keinath 1987 Germany -
DNF Guillaume Boivin 1989 Canada -
DNF Sergej Fuchs 1987 Germany -
DNF Martijn Keizer 1988 Netherlands -
DNF Steven Kruijswijk 1987 Netherlands -
DNF Ramon Sinkeldam 1989 Netherlands -
DNF Tejay Van Garderen 1988 USA -
DNF Dennis Van Winden 1987 Netherlands -
DNF Riccardo Zoidl 1988 Austria -
DNF Nik Burjek 1987 Slovenia -
DNF Timothy Roe 1989 Australia -
DNF Kris Boeckmans 1987 Belgium -
DNF Kenji Itami 1988 Japan -
DNF Rasmus Guldhammer 1989 Denmark -
DNF Troels Vinther 1987 Denmark -
DNF Niki Østergaard 1988 Denmark -
DNF Jack Bobridge 1989 Australia -
DNF Leigh Howard 1989 Australia -
DNF Michael Matthews 1990 Australia -
DNF Patrick Gretsch 1987 Germany -
DNF Sam Bewley 1987 New Zealand -
DNF Jaco Venter 1987 South Africa -

Info

RaceWorld Championship, U23
Where Mendrisio
Nation World Championship
Distance179.4 km
DateSeptember 26th
Edition2009
ClassificationWCU
Extra Compare top four

Romain Sicard