Flakemore claims U23 time trial world title for Australia

Australia scored a second top success in a matter of hours in the World Championships on Monday as Tasmanian Campbell Flakemore edged out Ireland’s Ryan Mullan by less than half a second to claim gold in the men’s under-23 time trial.

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Campbell Flakemore (Australia)0:43:49.94
2Ryan Mullen (Ireland)0:00:00.48
3Stefan Kueng (Switzerland)0:00:09.22
4Rafael Ferreira Reis (Portugal)0:00:19.32
5Maximilian Schachmann (Germany)0:00:37.84
6Jonathan Dibben (Great Britain)0:00:38.28
7Andreas Vangstad (Norway)0:00:44.88
8Louis Meintjes (South Africa)0:00:48.36
9Frederik Frison (Belgium)0:01:07.22
10James Oram (New Zealand)0:01:09.57
11Lukas Postlberger (Austria)0:01:25.43
12Nils Politt (Germany)0:01:27.68
13Viktor Manakov (Russian Federation)0:01:28.62
14Steven Lammertink (Netherlands)0:01:38.56
15Thery Schir (Switzerland)0:01:44.31
16Soren Kragh Andersen (Denmark)0:01:44.42
17Alex Kirsch (Luxembourg)0:01:45.57
18Juan Camacho Del Fresno (Spain)0:01:46.03
19Davide Martinelli (Italy)0:01:55.32
20Alexander Evtushenko (Russian Federation)0:01:55.33
21Mario Gonzalez Salas (Spain)0:01:55.74
22Jan Marcus Faaglum Karlsson (Sweden)0:01:57.38
23Robin Carpenter (United States Of America)0:01:57.53
24Scott Davies (Great Britain)0:02:01.65
25Ignacio Prado (Mexico)0:02:02.28
26Dion Smith (New Zealand)0:02:05.42
27Jose Luis Rodriguez (Chile)0:02:06.43
28Willem Jakobus Smit (South Africa)0:02:09.83
29Oleg Zemlyakov (Kazakhstan)0:02:10.22
30Viktor Okishev (Kazakhstan)0:02:17.72
31Ruben Pols (Belgium)0:02:23.19
32Tom Bohli (Switzerland)0:02:24.75
33Marlen Zmorka (Ukraine)0:02:27.91
34Gregor Muhlberger (Austria)0:02:36.66
35Taylor Eisenhart (United States Of America)0:02:37.39
36Miguel Angel Lopez (Colombia)0:02:37.49
37Przemyslaw Kasperkiewicz (Poland)0:02:37.62
38Ioannis Spanopoulos (Greece)0:02:40.64
39Carlos Ramirez (Colombia)0:02:56.88
40Remi Cavagna (France)0:02:58.82
41Seid Lizde (Italy)0:03:08.64
42Facundo Lezica (Argentina)0:03:12.95
43Casper Von Folsach (Denmark)0:03:22.33
44Bruno Maltar (Croatia)0:03:31.11
45David Per (Slovenia)0:03:33.48
46Bruno Armirail (France)0:03:54.61
47Hugo Angel Velazquez (Argentina)0:04:03.42
48Anasse Ait El Abdia (Morocco)0:04:06.57
49Ahmet Orken (Turkey)0:04:10.13
50Abderrahmane Mansouri (Algeria)0:04:34.30
51Valens Ndayisenga (Rwanda)0:04:38.33
52Dmitriy Rive (Kazakhstan)0:04:43.94
53Salaheddine Mraouni (Morocco)0:04:47.71
54Pontus Kastemyr (Sweden)0:04:48.16
55Tural Isgandarov (Azerbaijan)0:04:59.52
56Adil Barbari (Algeria)0:05:01.17
57Jean Bosco Nsengimana (Rwanda)0:05:04.25
58Feritcan Samli (Turkey)0:05:14.91
59Pablo Cruz (Honduras)0:06:01.42
60Szabolcs Sebestyen (Romania)0:06:29.81
61Shern Mun Benedict Lee (Singapore)0:07:21.47
62Diego Hossfeldt (Qatar)0:07:41.77
63Victor Cartin (Republic of Moldova)0:09:56.68

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Alasdair Fotheringham

Alasdair Fotheringham has been reporting on cycling since 1991. He has covered every Tour de France since 1992 bar one, as well as numerous other bike races of all shapes and sizes, ranging from the Olympic Games in 2008 to the now sadly defunct Subida a Urkiola hill climb in Spain. As well as working for Cyclingnews, he has also written for The IndependentThe GuardianProCycling, The Express and Reuters.