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German Road Championships 2010

Date range:
June 13-27, 2010

June 25, Elite men's time trial: Sangerhausen - Sangerhausen 34.5km

Martin wins first time trial championship

By:
Cycling News
Published:
June 25, 2010, 16:40 BST,
Updated:
June 25, 2010, 19:18 BST

HTC-Columbia teammate Gretsch second, Voigt third

Tony Martin of HTC-Columbia won his first German time trial championship title on Friday. The 25-year-old covered the 34.5km course in 35:15. Second was his teammate Patrick Gretcsh, with 38-year-old Jens Voigt taking third.

Bert Grabsch, also of HTC-Columbia, who had won the title the last three years, was fourth.

Martin recently won the closing time trial at the Tour de Suisse. "I am happy that I have found my form again after the difficult spring," he said. Looking towards the upcoming Tour de France, he added, "I will concentrate on the white jersey - and maybe it will even work out with yellow."

Full Results
1 Tony Martin (HTC-Columbia) 0:35:15.46  
2 Patrick Gretsch (HTC-Columbia) 0:00:37.79  
3 Jens Voigt (Saxo Bank) 0:00:43.34  
4 Bert Grabsch (HTC-Columbia) 0:00:57.79  
5 Roger Kluge (Team Milram) 0:01:11.25  
6 Stefan Schäfer (LKT Team Brandenburg) 0:01:17.19  
7 Tobias Erler (Tabriz Petrochemical) 0:01:37.09  
8 Martin Reimer (Cervelo TestTeam) 0:02:13.79  
9 Sergej Fuchs (Team Nutrixxion Sparkasse) 0:02:17.03  
10 Friedrich Meingast (VFR Herpersdorf) 0:02:44.70  
11 Sven Forberger (Team Isaac Torgau) 0:02:47.74  
12 Sven Krauß (RSV Oschelbronn) 0:02:55.71  
13 Peter Renner (VFR Herpersdorf) 0:03:00.51  
14 Christoph Pfingsten (Van Vliet EBH Elshof) 0:03:06.16  
15 Dani Westmattelmann (Team Kuota-Indeland) 0:03:23.48  
16 Benjamin Höber (RV Schwalbe Trier) 0:03:30.00  
17 René Heinze (SSV Gera 1990) 0:03:52.38  
18 Stefan Gaebel (RV Zwenkau 1890) 0:04:04.37  
19 Benjamin Winkler (USC Kiel) 0:04:22.64  
20 Jacob Fiedler (Berliner TSC) 0:04:23.94  
21 Moritz Schütz (RV 1904/27 Klein-Linden) 0:04:36.15  
22 Jonas Schmeiser (Team Heizomat Bayern) 0:04:43.54  
23 Sebastian Heinrichs (Harzer RSC Wernigerode) 0:05:13.08  
24 Matthias Schnapka (RIG Saar Saarbrucken) 0:05:24.68  
25 Alexander Boos (Weiße Wolfe Merzig) 0:05:51.12  
26 Robert Müller (Radclub Bremen) 0:06:20.10