Under-23 men's individual time trial: Ballarat - Ballarat
Carter Turnbull (InForm TMX Make) won the men’s under 23 time trial at the 2021 Federation University Road National Championships, with the final starter beating the early mark set by teammate Conor Leahy.
Leahy, who finished second, came in a little over half way through and sliced nearly 3 seconds off the best times posted by the early starters. Patrick Eddy (Team BridgeLane) took the final step of the podium during the 28.6 kilometre time trial.
Turnbull delivered a time of 36:50.52 with the next two finishers both within two seconds.
"It felt pretty good. Running third last year and then top two not racing, I thought if I do a good ride I should be able to get it but to produce it on the day just feels that much better," said Turnbull.
Last year's gold and silver, Luke Plapp and Kelland O'Brien are racing the elite time trial this year.
The time trials are the opening event of the 2021 edition of the Australian Road Championships which is running nearly a month later than normal this year given the disruptions to racing caused by the pandemic.
The criterium events are on Friday and the elite road races on Sunday.
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Carter Turnbull (Aus) InForm TMX Make||0:36:51|
|2||Conor Leahy (Aus) InForm TMX Make||0:00:45|
|3||Patrick Eddy (Aus) Team Bridgelane||0:01:40|
|4||Riley Fleming (Aus) Oliver’s Real Food Racing||0:02:04|
|5||Thomas Benton (Aus) InForm TMX Make||0:02:07|
|6||Alastair Mackellar (Aus) Israel Cycling Academy||0:02:18|
|7||Connor Sens (Aus) Zappi Racing||0:02:48|
|8||Rhys Robotham (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing||0:03:05|
|9||James Moriarty (Aus) InForm TMX Make||0:03:08|
|10||Stinus Kaempe (Aus) Sydkysten Development||0:03:10|
|11||Bill Simpson (Aus) Giant Racing||0:03:25|
|12||Dylan Hopkins (Aus) Ljubljana Gusto Santic||0:03:46|
|13||Mackenzie Edwardson (Aus) CCS Cycling||0:03:53|
|14||Samual Eddy (Aus) Team Bridgelane||0:03:54|
|15||Zack Gilmore (Aus) Ara Pro Racing Sunshine Coast||0:04:09|
|16||Rohan Haydon-Smith (Aus)||0:04:10|
|17||Mitchell Couper (Aus)||0:04:12|
|18||Luke Deasey (Aus)||0:04:30|
|19||Jesse Norton (Aus)||0:04:34|
|20||Zac Barnhill (Aus) Ljubljana Gusto Santic||0:04:36|
|21||Jude Dodd (Aus)||0:04:41|
|22||Riley Hart (Aus)||0:04:51|
|23||Zach Owen (Aus)||0:04:52|
|24||Edwin Britts (Aus) Oliver’s Real Food Racing||0:05:08|
|25||Brandon Conway (Aus) NCMG Criterion Racing||0:05:10|
|26||Lachie Sky (Aus)||0:05:10|
|27||Joshua Brodie (Aus) Avantias Pro Racing||0:05:25|
|28||Tynan Shannon (Aus)||0:05:31|
|29||Chase Costello-Manning (Aus) Veris Racing||0:05:53|
|30||Aidan Filshie (Aus)||0:07:21|
|31||Tom Lynch (Aus)||0:07:43|
|32||Harrison Morley (Aus) Avantias Pro Racing||0:08:34|
|33||Ben Patrick (Aus)||0:09:13|
|34||Jared Madsen (Aus)||0:09:50|
|DNF||Brady Gilmore (Aus)|
|DNF||Will Thomas (Aus)|
|DNS||Jay Lindorff (Aus) Avantias Pro Racing|
|DNS||Matthew Dinham (Aus) Team Bridgelane|
|DNS||Tristan Saunders (Aus) Butterfields Racing|
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