World Championships Men's Elite Time Trial 2023 start times and startlist

Belgian Champion Wout Van Aert a favourite for the elite men's time trial at the 2023 Glasgow Worlds
Belgian Champion Wout Van Aert a favourite for the elite men's time trial at the 2023 Glasgow Worlds (Image credit: Getty Images)

The UCI Road World Championships continues on Friday with more time trial action as the junior men and elite men take on the challenging test against the clock in Stirling.

The elite men's individual time trial will close out the races against the clock at the UCI Road World Championships in Glasgow, ahead of the final under-23 men's and elite women's road races on the weekend.

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Elite Men Time Trial start times
Time (BEST)Rider (Country)
14:21:20Ahmad Badreddin Wais (Refugee Cycling Team)
14:22:40Aidan Buttigieg (Malta)
14:24:00Edward Oingerang (Guam)
14:25:20Renato Soares (Cape Verde)
14:26:40Ahmad Mirzaee (Afghanistan)
14:28:00Christopher Symonds (Ghana)
14:29:20Muradjan Khalmuratov (Uzbekistan)
14:30:40Haoyu Su (China)
14:32:00Alexandre Mayer (Mauritius)
14:33:20Ryan Mullen (Ireland)
14:34:40Felix Ritzinger (Austria)
14:36:00Nickolas Zukowsky (Canada)
14:37:20Ryan Gibbons (South Africa)
14:38:40Jakub Otruba (Czech Republic)
14:40:00Nils Politt (Germany)
14:41:20Igor Chzhan (Kazakhstan)
14:42:40Iver Johan Knotten (Norway)
14:44:00Harold Tejada Canacue (Colombia)
14:45:20Kluivert Mitchel (Saint Lucia)
14:46:40Amir Arslan Ansari (Refugee Cycling Team)
14:48:00Muzi Shabangu (Swaziland)
14:49:20Daniel Bonello (Malta)
14:50:40Bangoura Abdoulaye (Guinea)
14:52:00Jacob Jones (Guam)
14:53:20Wiliam Gomes (Cape Verde)
14:54:40Hasani Hennis (Anguilla)
14:56:00Qais Haidari (Afghanistan)
14:57:20Henry Tetteh Djangmah (Ghana)
14:58:40Fadhel al Khater (Qatar)
15:00:00Charles Kagimu (Uganda)
15:01:20Darel Christopher (Virgin Islands)
15:02:40Andreas Miltiadis (Cypress)
15:04:00Ingvar Omarsson (ISrael)
15:05:20Aleksey Fomovskiy (Uzbekistan)
15:06:40Mohammad Ganjkhanlou (Iran)
15:08:00Juan Pablo Dotti (Argentina)
15:09:20Vitalii Novakovskyi (Ukraine)
15:10:40Ming Xue (China)
15:12:00Ilić Ognjen (Serbia)
15:13:20Christopher Rougier-lagane (Mauritius)
15:14:40Ben Healy (Ireland)
15:16:00Toms Skujins (Latvia)
15:17:20Jambaljamts Sainbayar (Mongolia)
15:18:40Miltiadis Giannoutsos (Greece)
15:20:00Patrick Gamper (Austria)
15:21:20Derek Gee (Canada)
15:22:40Maciej Bodnar (Poland)
15:24:00Stefan de Bod (South Africa)
15:25:20Mathias Vacek (Czech Republic)
15:26:40Lennard Kamna (Germany)
15:28:00Randish Abdul Lorenzo (Panama)
15:29:20Yevgeniy Fedorov (Kazakhstan)
15:30:40Lawson Craddock (United States)
15:32:00Daan Hoole (Netherlands)
15:33:20Nelson Oliveira (Portugal)
15:34:40Bruno Armirail (France)
15:36:00Kasper Asgreen (Denmark)
15:37:20Rohan Dennis (Australia)
15:38:40Mattia Cattaneo (Italy)
15:40:00Joshua Tarling (Great Britain)
15:41:20Wout van Aert (Belgium)
15:42:40Stefan Bissegger (Switzerland)
15:44:00Soren Waerenskjold (Norway)
15:45:20Xabier Mikel Azparren Irurzun (Spain)
15:46:40Brandon McNulty (United States)
15:48:00Jos van Emden (Netherlands)
15:49:20Tom Sexton (New Zealand)
15:50:40Joao Almeida (Portugal)
15:52:00Remi Cavagna (France)
15:53:20Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark)
15:54:40Walter Vargas Alzate (Colombia)
15:56:00Tadej Pogačar (Slovenia)
15:57:20Jay Vine (Australia)
15:58:40Filippo Ganna (Italy)
16:00:00Geraint Thomas (Great Britain)
16:01:20Remco Evenepoel (Belgium)
16:02:40Stefan Kung (Switzerland)
16:04:00Tobias Foss (Norway)

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