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UCI Road World Championships 2011

Date range:
September 19-25, 2011

Copenhagen welcomes UCI World Championships

After a 55 year absence, the UCI Road World Championships will return to familiar territory in 2011, with Copenhagen welcoming the world’s best cyclists for the fifth time in the event’s history. Uniquely, this year’s championships also integrates the junior Worlds into the week long series of events, making it an action packed seven days in Denmark.

Racing kicks off on Monday, September 19, with the junior women and the under 23 men’s time trials and culminates on Sunday with the main event, the 266km elite men’s road race. With the pride of their nations and honour of wearing the rainbow stripes on the line, the riders as always have plenty to race for.
 

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Races

  1. Jessica Allen (Australia)
    Junior Women time trialMonday, September 19 2011
    Location:
    Copenhagen
    Distance:
    13.9km
  2. Luke Durbridge (Australia) starts
    U23 Men time trialMonday, September 19 2011
    Location:
    Copenhagen
    Distance:
    35.2km
  3. Mads Wurtz Schmidt (Denmark) on the podium
    Junior Men time trialTuesday, September 20 2011
    Location:
    Copenhagen
    Distance:
    27.8km
  4. Elite women's podium at the world championship time trial in Copenhagen, Denmark
    Elite Women time trialTuesday, September 20 2011
    Location:
    Copenhagen
    Distance:
    27.8km
  5. Taylor Phinney gets ready for his ride
    Elite Men time trialWednesday, September 21 2011
    Location:
    Copenhagen
    Distance:
    46.4km
  6. Emotional finish: Garner timed her sprint to perfection
    Junior Women road raceFriday, September 23 2011
    Location:
    Rudersdal
    Distance:
    70km
  7. Frenchmen Arnaud Demare and Adrien Petit timed their finishing kick to perfection to claim 1-2 in the U23 men's road race.
    U23 Men road raceFriday, September 23 2011
    Location:
    Rudersdal
    Distance:
    168km
  8.  Pierre-Henri Lecuisinier (France) accelerated to victory
    Junior Men road raceSaturday, September 24 2011
    Location:
    Rudersdal
    Distance:
    126km
  9. Bronzini can hardly believe she had won
    Elite Women road raceSaturday, September 24 2011
    Location:
    Rudersdal
    Distance:
    140km
  10. Mark Cavendish (Great Britain) wins the 2011 world road race championship in Copenhagen
    Elite Men road raceSunday, September 25 2011
    Location:
    Rudersdal
    Distance:
    266km
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