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World Championships 2014 Men's Individual Time Trial



Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain) claimed his first ever world time trial championship title, after dethroning last year’s winner, Tony Martin, in Ponferrada, Spain today. 

Wiggins was showing a slower pace than Martin, as he approached first time split along today’s 47.1 kilometer course. However, the British rider gradually increased his speed during the last half of the race, to ultimately gain a significant lead over the German time trial specialist. 

Wiggins’ efforts earned him the fastest time of 56:25, to claim the rainbow jersey by 26 seconds over Martin, who tried to regain lost ground on the final climb to the finish.

 

Meanwhile, Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands) took the bronze medal, finishing 40 seconds down on Wiggins’ time.

Top 30 Finishers 

1 Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain) 0:56:25.52  

2 Tony Martin (Germany) 0:00:26.23  

3 Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands) 0:00:40.64  

4 Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus) 0:00:47.92  

5 Rohan Dennis (Australia) 0:00:57.74  

6 Adriano Malori (Italy) 0:01:11.62  

7 Nelson Filipe Santos Simoes Oliveira (Portugal) 0:01:21.63  

8 Anton Vorobyev (Russian Federation) 0:01:29.66  

9 Jan Barta (Czech Republic) 0:01:43.41  

10 Jonathan Castroviejo Nicolas (Spain) 0:01:44.20  

11 Tiago Machado (Portugal) 0:01:52.37  

12 Jesse Sergent (New Zealand) 0:01:57.02  

13 Rasmus Christian Quaade (Denmark) 0:02:16.28  

14 Artem Ovechkin (Russian Federation) 0:02:18.27  

15 Andrew Talansky (United States Of America) 0:02:20.88  

16 Maciej Bodnar (Poland) 0:02:22.28  

17 Sylvain Chavanel (France) 0:02:28.39  

18 Silvan Dillier (Switzerland) 0:02:30.77  

19 Tanel Kangert (Estonia) 0:02:32.62  

20 Alex Dowsett (Great Britain) 0:02:35.10  

21 Alexandr Pliuschin (Republic of Moldova) 0:02:47.90  

22 Nikias Arndt (Germany) 0:02:48.60  

23 Carlos Ivan Oyarzun Guinez (Chile) 0:02:52.80  

24 Kristof Vandewalle (Belgium) 0:03:06.67  

25 Jerome Coppel (France) 0:03:08.64  

26 Alexsandr Dyachenko (Kazakhstan) 0:03:11.21  

27 Riccardo Zoidl (Austria) 0:03:15.71  

28 Svein Tuft (Canada) 0:03:18.18  

29 Petr Vakoc (Czech Republic) 0:03:18.47  

30 Dario Cataldo (Italy) 0:03:25.26


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