2016 UCI Road World Championships – Men's junior time trial

The Men's junior time trial of the 2016 UCI Road World Championships took place in and around in Doha, Qatar on 11 October 2016. The course of the race was 28.9 km (18.0 mi).

Men's junior time trial
2016 UCI Road World Championships
Time trial Rainbow jersey
Time trial Rainbow jersey
Race details
Dates11 October 2016
Stages1
Distance28.9 km (17.96 mi)
Winning time34' 42.29"[1]
Medalists
   Gold  Brandon McNulty (United States)
   Silver  Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark)
   Bronze  Ian Garrison (United States)
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After winning the bronze medal in 2015, Brandon McNulty won the gold medal for the United States, finishing 35.18 seconds clear of his next closest competitor, Mikkel Bjerg from Denmark.[2] The bronze medal was won by McNulty's compatriot Ian Garrison, 17.90 seconds behind Bjerg and 53.08 seconds in arrears of McNulty.[3]

QualificationEdit

Qualification for the eventEdit

All National Federations were allowed to enter four riders for the race, with a maximum of two riders to start. In addition to this number, the outgoing World Champion and the current continental champions were also able to take part.[4]

ScheduleEdit

All times are in Arabia Standard Time (UTC+3).[5][6]

Date Time Event
11 October 2016 09:00–12:30 Men's junior time trial

Final classificationEdit

[1]

Rank Rider Time
1   Brandon McNulty (USA) 34' 42.29"
2   Mikkel Bjerg (DNK) + 35.18"
3   Ian Garrison (USA) + 53.08"
4   Julius Johansen (DNK) + 1' 02.55"
5   Ruben Apers (BEL) + 1' 24.05"
6   Iver Knotten (NOR) + 1' 32.99"
7   Awet Habtom (ERI) + 1' 40.02"
8   Marc Hirschi (SUI) + 1' 43.70"
9   Jaka Primožič (SLO) + 1' 53.95"
10   Jarno Mobach (NED) + 2' 00.53"
11   Robert Stannard (NZL) + 2' 02.42"
12   Alastair Christie-Johnston (AUS) + 2' 08.12"
13   Luis Villalobos (MEX) + 2' 08.53"
14   Maccie Carter (AUS) + 2' 16.00"
15   Iñigo Elosegui (ESP) + 2' 19.23"
16   Nils Eekhoff (NED) + 2' 36.63"
17   Michel Ries (LUX) + 2' 39.81"
18   Jasper Philipsen (BEL) + 2' 41.26"
19   Nik Čemažar (SLO) + 2' 42.08"
20   Harry Sweeny (AUS) + 2' 42.49"
21   Jason Oosthuizen (RSA) + 2' 45.97"
22   Igor Chzhan (KAZ) + 2' 46.70"
23   Andreas Leknessund (NOR) + 2' 49.01"
24   Nickolas Zukowsky (CAN) + 2' 51.71"
25   Bastian Flicke (DEU) + 2' 51.92"
26   João Almeida (POR) + 2' 57.93"
27   Alexander Konychev (ITA) + 2' 58.36"
28   Tegshbayar Batsaikhan (MGL) + 2' 59.39"
29   Veljko Stojnić (SRB) + 3' 00.80"
30   Ilya Gorbushin (KAZ) + 3' 11.87"
31   Richard Banusch (DEU) + 3' 12.15"
32   Alessandro Covi (ITA) + 3' 13.93"
33   Barnabás Peák (HUN) + 3' 14.69"
34   Alexys Brunel (FRA) + 3' 14.92"
35   Stefan Bissegger (SUI) + 3' 17.68"
36   Richard Holec (CZE) + 3' 18.25"
37   Florentin Lecamus (FRA) + 3' 20.14"
38   Markus Wildauer (AUT) + 3' 27.86"
39   Filip Maciejuk (POL) + 3' 30.85"
40   Adrián Bustamante (COL) + 3' 34.29"
41   Clément Davy (FRA) + 3' 39.49"
42   Ronan Tuomey (IRL) + 3' 39.89"
43   Xeno Young (IRL) + 3' 40.72"
44   James Fouche (NZL) + 3' 49.46"
45   Daniel Viegas (POR) + 3' 54.48"
46   Nikita Shcherbun (RUS) + 4' 06.62"
47   Daniil Nikulin (UKR) + 4' 08.29"
48   Halil Ibrahim Dilek (TUR) + 4' 08.81"
49   Vladyslav Shcherban (UKR) + 4' 11.71"
50   Damean Oosthuizen (RSA) + 4' 15.52"
51   Stanislav Koniaev (RUS) + 4' 16.59"
52   Hamza Mansouri (ALG) + 4' 19.66"
53   Jakub Otruba (CZE) + 4' 19.97"
54   Marco Friedrich (AUT) + 4' 21.57"
55   Onur Turgut (TUR) + 4' 32.61"
56   Raphaël Kockelmann (LUX) + 4' 34.20"
57   Vadim Pronskiy (KAZ) + 4' 38.69"
58   Simon Musie (ERI) + 4' 40.08"
59   Kristers Ansons (LAT) + 4' 43.45"
60   Abdelraouf Bengayou (ALG) + 4' 50.05"
61   Ognjen Ilić (SRB) + 4' 55.72"
62   Ayumu Watanabe (JPN) + 5' 20.13"
63   Ebrahim Hajizadehasl (IRI) + 5' 22.75"
64   Matthew Staples (CAN) + 5' 28.16"
65   Tyler Cole (TTO) + 5' 35.53"
66   Saad Alsaadi (BHR) + 5' 44.78"
67   Jean Paul René Ukiniwabo (RWA) + 5' 48.23"
68   Mikayil Safarli (AZE) + 5' 55.79"
69   Sha Sheng (CHN) + 5' 58.56"
70   Phan Hoàng Thái (VIE) + 6' 03.79"
71   Long San Lao (MAC) + 6' 28.45"
72   Keitaro Sawada (JPN) + 6' 44.33"
73   Abdulaziz Alkhuwaytim (KSA) + 6' 59.05"
74   Thanakhan Chaiyasombat (THA) + 7' 07.14"
75   Karim Shiraliyev (AZE) + 7' 17.13"
76   Abderahim Amari (ALG) + 7' 31.72"
77   Chi Son Ieong (MAC) + 7' 41.46"
78   Benneng Yu (CHN) + 8' 02.57"
79   Tamaz Tsereteli (GEO) + 9' 21.14"
80   Jair Kelly (ARU) + 9' 24.36"
81   Abdullah Alrashdi (KSA) + 9' 48.12"
82   Noofal Al Habsi (OMA) + 10' 03.02"
83   Tomás Contte (ARG) + 10' 13.02"
DNS   Farhan Al Farizi (QAT)
DNS   Gassem Hassan (QAT)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Final Results / Résultat final: Men Juniors Individual Time Trial / Contre-la-montre individuel Hommes Junior" (PDF). Sport Result. Tissot Timing. 11 October 2016. Retrieved 11 October 2016.
  2. ^ "Doha Worlds: McNulty opens American account with TT title". VeloNews. Competitor Group, Inc. 11 October 2016. Retrieved 11 October 2016.
  3. ^ "World Championships: McNulty wins junior men time trial". Cyclingnews.com. Immediate Media Company. 11 October 2016. Retrieved 11 October 2016.
  4. ^ "Competition Guide Apendixes" (PDF). UCI. Retrieved 15 April 2016.
  5. ^ "Events". Retrieved 30 September 2016.
  6. ^ "All you need to know about the 2016 UCI Road World Championships". uci.ch. Retrieved 30 September 2016.