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European Cross Country Championships 2011

Date range:
August 4- 7, 2011

August 07, Elite men cross country:

Kulhavy outduels Absalon for European championship

By:
Cycling News
Published:
August 07, 2011, 16:55 BST,
Updated:
August 08, 2011, 8:24 BST

Vogel claims bronze

Full Results
1 Jaroslav Kulhavy (Czech Republic) 1:45:39  
2 Julien Absalon (France) 0:00:24  
3 Florian Vogel (Switzerland) 0:01:05  
4 Fabian Giger (Switzerland) 0:02:16  
5 Rudi Van Houts (Netherlands) 0:02:23  
6 José Antonio Hermida Ramos (Spain) 0:02:41  
7 Marco Aurelio Fontana (Italy) 0:02:56  
8 Moritz Milatz (Germany) 0:03:32  
9 Oliver Beckingsale (Great Britain)    
10 Ruben Ruzafa Cueto (Spain) 0:03:33  
11 Lukas Flückiger (Switzerland) 0:03:34  
12 Sergji Rysenko (Ukraine) 0:04:01  
13 Karl Markt (Austria) 0:04:34  
14 Martin Gujan (Switzerland) 0:04:49  
15 Christoph Soukup (Austria) 0:05:00  
16 Anton Sintsov (Russian Federation) 0:05:38  
17 Matous Ulman (Czech Republic) 0:05:48  
18 Jochen Kass (Germany) 0:06:13  
19 Jiri Friedl (Czech Republic) 0:06:36  
20 Manuel Fumic (Germany) 0:06:46  
21 Kevin Van Hoovels (Belgium) 0:06:54  
22 Patrik Gallati (Switzerland) 0:07:06  
23 Maxime Marotte (France) 0:07:17  
24 Andras Parti (Hungary) 0:07:40  
25 Inaki Lejarreta Errasti (Spain) 0:07:59  
26 Umberto Corti (Italy) 0:08:26  
27 Marek Galinski (Poland) 0:08:32  
28 Jan Skarnitzl (Czech Republic) 0:08:41  
29 Periklis Ilias (Greece) 0:08:45  
30 Tony Longo (Italy)    
31 Wolfram Kurschat (Germany) 0:09:05  
32 Milan Spesny (Czech Republic) 0:09:17  
33 Sven Nys (Belgium) 0:09:38  
34 Uwe Hochenwarter (Austria) 0:09:41  
35 Ola Kjören (Norway) 0:09:43  
36 Michele Casagrande (Italy) 0:10:06  
37 Michal Lami (Slovakia) 0:10:20  
38 Stéphane Tempier (France) 0:10:35  
39 Rotem Ishai (Israel) 0:10:45  
40 Robert Gehbauer (Austria) 0:10:53  
41 Szilard Buruczki (Hungary) 0:11:30  
42 Tiago Jorge Oliveira Ferreira (Portugal) 0:12:15  
43 David Joao Serralheiro Rosa (Portugal)    
44 Emil Lindgren (Sweden)    
45 Filip Eberl (Czech Republic)    
46 Milan Barenyi (Slovakia)    
47 Evgeniy Pechenin (Russian Federation)    
48 Maxim Gogolev (Russian Federation)    
49 Magnus Darvell (Sweden)    
50 Jiri Novak (Czech Republic)    
51 Dariusz Batek (Poland)    
52 Evgeny Nikolaev (Russian Federation)    
53 Oleksandr Gerashchenko (Ukraine)    
54 Martin Loo (Estonia)    
55 Martino Fruet (Italy)    
56 Martin Haring (Slovakia)    
57 Martin Kostelnicak (Slovakia)    
58 Ivan Seledkov (Russian Federation)    
59 Georgios Pattes-Toumanis (Greece)    
60 Ole Christian Fagerli (Norway)    
61 Martin Skopek (Slovakia)    
62 Zvonimir Pokupec (Croatia)    
63 Ervins Smolins (Latvia)    
64 Lukáš Batora (Slovakia)    
65 Peter Jež (Slovakia)    
66 Andrea Tiberi (Italy)