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2018 Commonwealth Games (ITT)

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Cameron Meyer 1988 Australia Mitchelton - Scott 48' 13"
02 Harry Tanfield 1994 Great Britain Canyon Eisberg 30"
03 Hamish Bond 1986 New Zealand Waikato BoP 32"
04 Callum Scotson 1996 Australia Mitchelton Scott - BikeExchange 1' 22"
05 James Oram 1993 New Zealand ONE Pro Cycling 1' 27"
06 James McLaughlin 1990 Great Britain - 1' 41"
07 Marcus Christie 1991 Ireland - 2' 29"
08 Charlie Tanfield 1996 Great Britain Canyon Eisberg 2' 29"
09 Ian Bibby 1986 Great Britain JLT - Condor 2' 30"
10 Brendon Davids 1993 South Africa Bennelong - Swisswellness 3' 31"
11 John Archibald 1990 Great Britain Ribble Pro Cycling 3' 48"
12 Sebastian Tremlett 1995 Great Britain Team Guernsey 3' 57"
13 Joseph Areruya 1996 Rwanda Dimension Data for Qhubeka 4' 11"
14 Jay Lamoureux 1995 Canada - 4' 33"
15 Peter Kibble 1998 Great Britain - 4' 42"
16 Mark Stewart 1995 Great Britain - 4' 42"
17 Jack English 1993 Great Britain Team Guernsey 4' 54"
18 Derek Gee 1997 Canada Team RaceClean 4' 58"
19 Hendrikus Coetzee 1993 Namibia Namibian CF 5' 03"
20 Andreas Miltiadis 1996 Cyprus Guerciotti-Kiwi Atlantico 5' 03"
21 Jake Kelly 1995 Great Britain ONE Pro Cycling 5' 10"
22 Sam Brand 1991 Great Britain Team Novo Nordisk 5' 32"
23 Jack Rebours 1996 Great Britain - 5' 32"
24 Valens Ndayisenga 1994 Rwanda - 5' 53"
25 Xeno Young 1999 Ireland - 5' 54"
26 Daniel Halksworth 1986 Great Britain - 5' 59"
27 Kyle Gordon 1998 Great Britain RT 23 6' 20"
28 David Kinja 1972 Kenya - 6' 22"
29 Christopher Rougier-Lagane 1998 Mauritius - 6' 52"
30 Alexandre Mayer 1998 Mauritius - 6' 55"
31 Derek Barbara 1976 Great Britain - 7' 03"
32 Charles Kagimu 1998 Uganda Bike Aid 7' 25"
33 Nathan Draper 1997 Great Britain Team Wiggins 7' 54"
34 Hasani Hennis 1997 - 7' 58"
35 Anthony Boakye Dankwa 1995 Ghana - 8' 23"
36 Abdul Razak Abdul Mumin 1995 Ghana - 8' 27"
37 Martin Freyer 1995 Namibia - 9' 59"
38 Gregory Rougier-Lagane 1996 Mauritius - 10' 00"
39 Avishka Mawathage 1997 Sri Lanka - 10' 35"
40 Giovanni Lovell 1995 Belize DigiCell 4G Elite Cycling Team 10' 47"
41 Oscar Quiros Jr. 1995 Belize Smart CT 10' 49"
42 Jyme Bridges 1989 Antigua Team DPS 10' 55"
43 Adam Jamieson 1996 Canada Silber Pro Cycling Team 11' 27"
44 Christopher Gerry 1998 Seychelles - 11' 42"
45 Chamika Kumara 1994 Sri Lanka - 12' 34"
46 Jeffery Kelsick 1970 Antigua - 12' 57"
47 Julian Bellido 1984 Great Britain - 13' 33"
48 Edgar Nissan Arana 1987 Belize Westrac Alliance 13' 43"
49 Bram Sanderson 1992 Dominica - 14' 34"
50 Sherwin Osborne 1982 Net. Antiller - 16' 00"
51 Alie Kamara 1994 Sierra Leone - 21' 01"
52 Anthony Colebrook 1995 Bahamas - 22' 46"
53 Richard Jeff Esparon 1990 Seychelles WCC 23' 02"
DNS Joseph Sheriff 1988 Great Britain -
DNS Nicholas Dlamini 1995 South Africa Dimension Data
DNF Mahmoud Keita 1993 Sierra Leone -

Info

RaceCommonwealth Games (ITT)
Where Gold Coast
Nation World Championship
Distance 38.5 km
DateApril 10th
Edition2018
ClassificationCCTT
Extra Compare top four

Cameron Meyer