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ITT World Championship

48 riders participate for the individual World Time Trial Championship. Some of the very best in the discipline line up, but we have to address the elephant in the room: Phinney is not participating. The four-time winner and last year's silver medalist did not travel to Australia. Can reigning champion Gesink win his second title, or will we get a new champion?


Haga kicks off the race, selected due to Phinney's absence. He completes the 51 kilometer in 1 hour, 10 minutes and 35 seconds.


It doesn't turn out to be a time for a good classification. Oliveira is nearly two minutes faster. Spilak and Würtz complete the virtual podium.


Malori, shown overtaking Braico, beats Oliveira by 43 seconds.


Hofer is two seconds behind Oliveira at split one, one second behind at split two. Two seconds faster at the finish line to place second.


Identical split times for Yatsevich, but he is another two seconds faster to take second place away from the Austrian.


Van Winden also within one second of the two previous riders at both checkpoints. Same time as Yatsevich at the finish, but ranked ahead on milliseconds.


In front of his home crowd, Howson goes to second place. No one able to beat Malori yet, he's leading by 23 seconds.


Sütterlin the first one to mount a challenge, as he beats Malori's split time by one second. At checkpoint two it increases to three seconds, and at the finish it is nine seconds. New leader!


Paillot the last starter of the first batch of riders. He disappoints, virtual eighth place.


Fourth place to Haugard, a few seconds off the top three.


The winner of 2015, Pluchkin. He won on a more undulating course, and won't be a contender for today. + 1'13 to Sütterlin, provisional ninth place.


Cattaneo arriving at the first timing point, but already 24 seconds down. He ends up beating Paillot by one second for the final spot in the top ten, with 13 riders to go.


A good ride for Nascimento. He lost 22 seconds to Sütterlin and as such pushes Howson off the podium.


Brändle amongst the disappointments of the day, failing to make the top thirty.


Dillier goes to sixth place, at 47 seconds.


Part of the winning Russian TTT squad, Kritskiy doesn't appear to be fresh. He's over a minute down at the second checkpoint and doesn't make it to the virtual top ten.


Reigning champion Gesink with an absolute stinker. + 22 at split one, + 46 at split two, + 1'12 at the finish line. No prolongation, no podium, no top ten.


Tenorio is closer to the leaders, 53 seconds to place sixth.


Cornu riding similar pace to Gesink, which means he'll end up in the lower top twenty. Two seconds behind the Dutchman at the finish, and one behind Pluchkin.


Four seconds the deficit of Vlatos at split one. He loses five more in the second part, but with a good finish he's in with a chance to get a medal.


Last year's bronze medalist Taaramäe is only one second down on Sütterlin at 17 kilometer. At 32k it's four, but another medal is still a possibility.


Durbridge, hope of the Australians, with the exact same split time as Vlatos initially, but his second part is one second faster.


Zmorka though smashing the split times. Six seconds faster at the first, eleven at the second.


Fiedler though one second faster at both, which will be interesting to follow towards the finish.


But Coppel has the last say, and makes his voice heard. 31 seconds over Fiedler at checkpoint one! That's right, 31 seconds! At checkpoint two it's 59 seconds!

The winner may be clear, but the battle for the medals is still wide open. The differences as measured at the second checkpoint:

1Jerome CoppelFrance45'06
2Jacob FiedlerGermany+ 59
3Marlen ZmorkaUkraine+ 1'00
4Jasha SütterlinGermany+ 1'11
5Adrian MaloriItaly+ 1'14
6Rein TaaramäeEstonia+ 1'16
7Luke DurbridgeAustralia+ 1'19
8Panagiotis VlatosGreece+ 1'20
9Rodrigo NascimentoBrazil+ 1'23
10Damien HowsonAustralia+ 1'34


Vlatos arrives at the finish in 1h08'16, which brings him to third place behind Sütterlin and Malori.


Taaramäe pushes the Greek off the podium by three seconds, finishing fourteen seconds behind Sütterlin.


Durbridge holds on to his one-second advantage over Vlatos, which means the Australian is fourth and the Greek fifth.


Zmorka arrives in 1h07'48, eleven seconds faster than Sütterlin. He's guaranteed of a medal with two riders left to finish, but what color will it be?


Fiedler was one second ahead but the live timing showed them as exactly equal. At the finish line it's 1h07'48, the exact same time! We have to wait for the confirmation who will take silver and who will take bronze.


Because Coppel arrives not much later. He beats both by 1'24, in a winning time of 1h06'24.

After three bronze medals, Jerome Coppel finally ascents to the highest step of the podium to receive the gold medal and the rainbow jersey. Marlen Zmorka takes silver by the slimmest of margins over Jakob Fiedler. Sütterlin and Malori were on the virtual podium for quite a while but pushed off by the last three starters. Taaramäe, Durbridge, Vlatos, Nascimento and Howson complete the top ten. Gesink finishing eighteenth in the end.



1Jerome CoppelFrance1h06'24
2Marlen ZmorkaUkraine+ 1'24
3Jacob FiedlerGermanys.t.
4Jasha SütterlinGermany+ 1'35
5Adrian MaloriItaly+ 1'44
6Rein TaaramäeEstonia+ 1'49
7Luke DurbridgeAustralia+ 1'51
8Panagiotis VlatosGreece+ 1'52
9Rodrigo NascimentoBrazil+ 1'57
10Damien HowsonAustralia+ 2'07
11Phan Age HaugardNorway+ 2'16
12Justo TenorioSpain+ 2'18
13Silvan DillierSwitzerland+ 2'22
14Dennis Van WindenNetherlands+ 2'23
15Kiril YatsevichRussias.t.
16Andreas HoferAustria+ 2'25
17Nelson OliveiraPortugal+ 2'27
18Robert GesinkNetherlands+ 2'47
19Aleksandr PluchkinMoldova+ 2'48
20Dominique CornuBelgium+ 2'49
21Mattia CattaneoItaly+ 2'50
22Yoann PaillotFrance+ 2'51
23Andrei AmadorCosta Rica+ 2'57
24Jose GoncalvesPortugal+ 3'00
25Kristjan KorenSlovenias.t.
26Timofey KritskiyRussia+ 3'18
27Victor CampenaertsBelgium+ 3'21
28Oleksandr GolovashUkraine+ 3'23
29Tanel KangertEstonia+ 3'27
30Andreas VangstadNorway+ 3'33
31Josh AtkinsNew Zealand+ 3'44
32Omar FraileSpains.t.
33Simon SpilakSlovenia+ 3'48
34Ian BibbyGreat Britain+ 3'49
35Mads WürtzDenmark+ 3'52
36Matthias BrändleAustria+ 4'03
37Andrew TennantGreat Britains.t.
38Stefan KungSwitzerland+ 4'04
39Ryan EastmanUSA+ 4'06
40Patrick BevinNew Zealand+ 4'10
41Polychronis TzortzakisGreeces.t.
42Chad HagaUSA+ 4'11
43Reinhardt Janse van RensburgSouth Africa+ 4'25
44André SteensenDenmarks.t.
45Alexandr BraicoMoldova+ 4'31
46Christian EgidioBrazil+ 4'47
47Jay ThomsonSouth Africa+ 5'11
48Idris BhaoControl Team+ 8'57
49Marco GuillénCosta Rica+ 10'53

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