British National Time Trial Championships

The Champion's Jersey

The British National Time Trial Championships for cycling are held annually. The winners of each event are awarded with a symbolic white cycling jersey featuring blue and red stripes, which can be worn by the rider at other time trial events in the country to show their status as national champion. The champion's stripes can be combined into a sponsored rider's team kit design for this purpose.

Multiple winnersEdit


David Millar wearing the National Time Trial Champion's Jersey in 2008
Bradley Wiggins wearing the National Time Trial Champion's Jersey in 2011


Year Gold Silver Bronze
1995[1] Stuart Dangerfield ? ?
1996[1] Stuart Dangerfield ? ?
1997 Graeme Obree Stuart Dangerfield Jonathan Clay
1998 Stuart Dangerfield David Millar Tim Buckle
1999 Chris Newton David Millar Stuart Dangerfield
2000 Chris Newton Tim Buckle Matt Bottrill
2001 Stuart Dangerfield Michael Hutchinson Julian Ramsbottom
2002 Michael Hutchinson Zak Carr Stuart Dangerfield
2003 Stuart Dangerfield Julian Winn Kevin Dawson
2004 Michael Hutchinson Kevin Dawson Matt Bottrill
2005 Stuart Dangerfield Michael Hutchinson Jonathan Dayus
2006 Jason MacIntyre Michael Hutchinson Jonathan Dayus
2007 David Millar Chris Newton Michael Hutchinson
2008 Michael Hutchinson Wouter Sybrandy Matthew Bottrill
2009[2] Bradley Wiggins Michael Hutchinson Chris Newton
2010 Bradley Wiggins Chris Froome Geraint Thomas
2011 Alex Dowsett Steve Cummings Matthew Bottrill
2012 Alex Dowsett Douglas Dewey Matt Clinton
2013[3] Alex Dowsett Matthew Bottrill Ben Swift
2014 Bradley Wiggins Geraint Thomas Alex Dowsett
2015 Alex Dowsett Edmund Bradbury Ryan Perry
2016[4] Alex Dowsett James Gullen Ryan Perry
2017 Steve Cummings Alex Dowsett James Gullen
2018 Geraint Thomas Harry Tanfield Alex Dowsett
2019[5] Alex Dowsett John Archibald Steve Cummings

Under 23Edit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2004 Ryan Connor Ben Hallam Ben Greenwood
2005 Ben Greenwood Steven Lampier Peter Russell
2006 Daniel Davies James Stewart Dale Appleby
2007   Matt Brammeier   Wouter Sybrandy Daniel Shand
2008 Alex Dowsett Andrew Griffiths Daniel Davis
2009 Alex Dowsett Andy Tennant Andrew Griffiths
2010 Andrew Griffiths Matthew Jones Douglas Dewey
2011 Douglas Dewey George Atkins Andrew Griffiths
2012 Sam Harrison George Atkins Richard Handley
2013[3] Sam Harrison Joseph Perrett George Atkins
2014 Scott Davies Owain Doull Daniel McLay
2015 Scott Davies Owain Doull Tao Geoghegan Hart
2016 Scott Davies Tao Geoghegan Hart Gabriel Cullaigh
2017 Scott Davies Tom Baylis Charlie Tanfield
2018 Charlie Tanfield Charlie Quarterman Tom Pidcock
2019 Charlie Quarterman Ethan Hayter Ethan Vernon


Year Gold Silver Bronze
2000 Ceris Gilfillan Sara Symington Yvonne McGregor
2001 Yvonne McGregor Natascha Maes Sally Ashbridge
2002 Frances Newstead Emma Davies Rachel Heal
2003[6] Wendy Houvenaghel Katrina Hair Vicky Pincombe
2004 Frances Newstead Wendy Houvenaghel Emma Davies
2005 Julia Shaw Rachel Heal Brenda Pennell
2006 Rebecca Romero Wendy Houvenaghel Julia Shaw
2007 Wendy Houvenaghel Caroline Kloiber Rebecca Romero
2008 Sharon Laws Julia Shaw Jessica Allen
2009[2] Emma Pooley Wendy Houvenaghel Julia Shaw
2010 Emma Pooley Julia Shaw Wendy Houvenaghel
2011 Wendy Houvenaghel Julia Shaw Sarah Storey
2012 Wendy Houvenaghel Julia Shaw Emma Trott
2013[3] Joanna Rowsell Lizzie Armitstead Katie Colclough
2014 Emma Pooley Katie Archibald Sarah Storey
2015 Hayley Simmonds Molly Weaver Sarah Storey
2016 Hayley Simmonds Claire Rose Sarah Storey
2017[7] Claire Rose Hannah Barnes Katie Archibald
2018 Hannah Barnes Alice Barnes Neah Evans
2019[8] Alice Barnes Hayley Simmonds Hannah Barnes

Under 23Edit

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2017[9] Anna Christian Melissa Lowther Alice Barnes
2019[8] Anna Henderson Lizzie Holden Pfeiffer Georgi

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b "Dangerfield calls out British Cycling for overlooking two of his six TT titles". VeloNews. 2 July 2015. Retrieved 3 July 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Wiggins and Pooley take British TT Champs titles". Cycling Weekly. 6 September 2009.
  3. ^ a b c "2013 British Cycling Time Trial Championships". Retrieved 20 June 2013.
  4. ^ "Alex Dowsett wins British elite men's time trial for a fifth time - Cycling Weekly". 23 June 2016.
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  6. ^ "BRITISH TIME TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS". British Cycling. 6 September 2003. Archived from the original on 21 August 2008.
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  8. ^ a b Arthurs-Brennan, Michelle (27 June 2019). "Alice Barnes wins British National women's time trial with Henderson top in under-23 race". Cycling Weekly.
  9. ^ "Anna Christian wins u23 national title". IOM Today. Retrieved 26 June 2017.

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