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World Championships: Germany leads medal table after time trials

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2016 World Championships time trial podium (l-r): Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus), Tony Martin (Germany), Jonathan Castroviejo Nicolas (Spain)

2016 World Championships time trial podium (l-r): Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus), Tony Martin (Germany), Jonathan Castroviejo Nicolas (Spain)
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Amber Neben (USA)

Amber Neben (USA)
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Brandon McNulty enjoys his gold medal

Brandon McNulty enjoys his gold medal
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Marco Mathis (Germany) punches the air with delight

Marco Mathis (Germany) punches the air with delight
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Karlijn Swinkels (Netherlands)

Karlijn Swinkels (Netherlands)
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Germany leads the medal count at the UCI Road World Championships in Doha, Qatar after the victories of Tony Martin and Marco Mathis in the elite men's and U23 men's individual time trials, respectively. The country also scored one silver medal with Maximilian Schachmann in the U23 men's time trial.

The United States is second, also claiming two gold medals with Amber Neben in the elite women's category and Brandon McNulty in the junior men's.

The Dutch team is the only other to claim a gold medal, with Karlijn Swinkels winning the junior women's time trial. Ellen van Dijk gave the country its only other medal, a silver in the elite women's race.

Belarus, Italy and Denmark each claimed one silver medal, while Australia has two bronze medal-winning performances. Spain and France round out the tally with one bronze medal each.

Medal table after individual time trials

CountryGoldSilverBronze
Germany21
United States21
Netherlands11
Belarus1
Italy1
Denmark1
Australia2
Spain1
France1