2018 European Road Cycling Championships

The 2018 European Road Cycling Championships was the 24th running of the European Road Cycling Championships, and took place from 12 to 15 July 2018 in Brno, Czech Republic for the under-23 and junior events, and from 5 to 9 August 2018 in Glasgow, United Kingdom for the elite events. The event consisted of a total of 6 road races and 6 time trials, regulated by the Union Européenne de Cyclisme (UEC).

2018 European Road Cycling Championships
2018 European Cycling Championships Logo.svg
VenueBrno, Czech Republic (Under–23 & Junior)
Glasgow, United Kingdom (Elite)
Date(s)12–15 July 2018 (Under–23 & Junior)
5–12 August 2018 (Elite)
Events12
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The elite portion of the Championships in Glasgow formed a section of both a first unified UEC European Cycling Championships, and the first multi-sport European Championships.

EliteEdit

 
The podium for the women's road race (from left to right): Marianne Vos (silver), Marta Bastianelli (gold) and Lisa Brennauer (bronze).
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Elite Events
Road race
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Matteo Trentin
  Italy
5h 50' 02" Mathieu van der Poel
  Netherlands
+ 0" Wout van Aert
  Belgium
+ 0"
Time trial
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Victor Campenaerts
  Belgium
53' 38" Jonathan Castroviejo
  Spain
+ 1" Maximilian Schachmann
  Germany
+ 27"
Women's Elite Events
Road race
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Marta Bastianelli
  Italy
3h 28' 15" Marianne Vos
  Netherlands
+ 0" Lisa Brennauer
  Germany
+ 0"
Time trial
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Ellen van Dijk
  Netherlands
41' 39" Anna van der Breggen
  Netherlands
+ 2" Trixi Worrack
  Germany
+ 1' 09"

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Italy (ITA)2002
2  Netherlands (NED)1304
3  Belgium (BEL)1012
4  Spain (ESP)0101
5  Germany (GER)0033
Totals (5 nations)44412

Under 23Edit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Under-23 Events
Road race[1]   Marc Hirschi (SWI) 3h 58'14"   Victor Lafay (FRA) s.t   Fernando Barceló (ESP) s.t
Time trial[2]   Edoardo Affini (ITA) 29'26"   Izidor Penko (SLO) + 26"   Markus Wildauer (AUT) + 32"
Women's Under-23 Events
Road race[3]   Nikola Nosková (CZE) 3h 31'47"   Aafke Soet (NED) + 3'49"   Letizia Paternoster (ITA) + 7'15"
Time trial[4]   Aafke Soet (NED) 33'24"   Lisa Klein (GER) + 1'05"   Nikola Nosková (CZE) + 1'08"

JuniorEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Road race[5]   Remco Evenepoel (BEL) 3h 15'19"   Alexandre Balmer (SWI) 9'44"   Carlos Rodriguez (ESP) 9"46"
Time trial[6]   Remco Evenepoel (BEL) 29'51"   Ilan Van Wilder (BEL) + 24"   Antonio Tiberi (ITA) + 40"
Women's Junior Events
Road race[7]   Aigul Gareeva (RUS) 2h 28'29"   Vittoria Guazzini (ITA) 6'01"   Hannah Ludwig (GER) s.t.
Time trial[8]   Vittoria Guazzini (ITA) 17'00"   Hannah Ludwig (GER) + 08"   Marta Jaskulska (POL) + 11"

Overall medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Italy (ITA)4127
2  Belgium (BEL)3115
3  Netherlands (NED)2406
4   Switzerland (SWI)1102
5  Czech Republic (CZE)1012
6  Russia (RUS)1001
7  Germany (GER)0246
8  Spain (ESP)0123
9  France (FRA)0101
  Slovenia (SLO)0101
11  Austria (AUT)0011
  Poland (POL)0011
Totals (12 nations)12121236

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "UEC Juniors & U23 Road European Championships U23 - Road Race". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  2. ^ "UEC Juniors & U23 Road European Championships U23 - ITT". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  3. ^ "UEC Juniors & U23 Road European Championships WU23 - Road Race". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  4. ^ "UEC Juniors & U23 Road European Championships WU23 - ITT". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  5. ^ "UEC Juniors & U23 Road European Championships MJ - Road Race". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  6. ^ "UEC Juniors & U23 Road European Championships MJ - ITT". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  7. ^ "UEC Juniors & U23 Road European Championships WJ - Road Race". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  8. ^ "UEC Juniors & U23 Road European Championships WJ - Road Race". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 21 July 2018.

External linksEdit