Evenepoel wins time trial title at European Championships

Remco Evenepoel won the elite men's individual time trial at the UEC European Championships in Alkmaar, the Netherlands, on Thursday. The 19-year-old Belgian sat in the hot seat overcome with emotions after securing the victory in 24:55 to beat Kasper Asgreen (Denmark) by 18 seconds and Edoardo Affini (Italy) by an additional two seconds.

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Remco Evenepoel (Bel)0:24:55
2Kasper Asgreen (Den)0:00:18
3Edoardo Affini (Ita)0:00:21
4Stefan Küng (Swi)Row 3 - Cell 2
5Alex Dowsett (GBr)Row 4 - Cell 2
6Filippo Ganna (Ita)0:00:22
7Yves Lampaert (Bel)0:00:28
8Jos Van Emden (Ned)0:00:31
9Martin Toft Madsen (Den)0:00:39
10Sebastian Langeveld (Ned)0:00:58
11Marcin Bialoblocki (Pol)0:01:02
12Claudio Imhof (Swi)0:01:04
13Yoann Paillot (Fra)Row 12 - Cell 2
14Tobias Ludvigsson (Swe)0:01:07
15Jan Bárta (Cze)0:01:14
16Matthias Brändle (Aut)0:01:15
17Jasha Sütterlin (Ger)0:01:28
18Wojciech Ziolkowski (Pol)0:01:36
19Edward Dunbar (Irl)0:01:40
20Corentin Ermenault (Fra)0:01:41
21Marco Mathis (Ger)0:01:51
22Anton Vorobyev (Rus)0:02:00
23Johannes Hirschbichler (Aut)0:02:05
24Michal Schlegel (Cze)0:02:09
25Ramunas Navardauskas (Ltu)0:02:12
26Evaldas Siskevicius (Ltu)0:02:14
27Oleksandr Holovash (Ukr)0:02:17
28Tom Wirtgen (Lux)0:02:24
29Vladislav Kulikov (Rus)0:02:25
30Jan Andrej Cully (Svk)0:02:33
31Andriy Vasylyuk (Ukr)0:02:34
32János Zsombor Pelikán (Hun)0:02:36
33Aharon Hitman (Isr)0:03:35
34Oscar Cabanas Quintela (And)0:04:33

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