2009 UCI Road Cycling World Championships Results - Elite Men's Road Race

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09/27/2009| 0 comments
by Thomas Valentinsen
Cadel Evans wins gold! Photo copyright Fotoreporter Sirotti.
Cadel Evans wins gold! Photo copyright Fotoreporter Sirotti.

2009 UCI Road Cycling World Championships Results - Elite Men's Road Race

Cadel Evans is golden, Alexandr Kolobnev takes silver and Joaquin Rodriguez wins bronze at World Cycling Championship in Mendrisio, Switzerland.

Rogers (Australia)    
108 Juan Carlos Lopez Marin (Colombia)    
DNF Juan Jose Cobo Acebo (Spain)    
DNF Thomas Danielson (United States Of America)    
DNF Tony Martin (Germany)    
DNF Marzio Bruseghin (Italy)    
DNF Serhiy Honchar (Ukraine)    
DNF Jacek Morajko (Poland)    
DNF Juan Manuel Garate Cepa (Spain)    
DNF Jackson Rodriguez (Venezuela)    
DNF Sebastian Langeveld (Netherlands)    
DNF Peter Kusztor (Hungary)    
DNF Aliaksandr Kuchynski (Belarus)    
DNF Christian Knees (Germany)    
DNF Francis De Greef (Belgium)    
DNF Manuel Eduardo Medina Marino (Venezuela)    
DNF Giovanni Visconti (Italy)    
DNF Rubens Bertogliati (Switzerland)    
DNF Michele Scarponi (Italy)    
DNF Carlos Barredo Llamazales (Spain)    
DNF Ruben Plaza Molina (Spain)    
DNF Anders Lund (Denmark)    
DNF Christopher Froome (Great Britain)    
DNF Tyler Farrar (United States Of America)    
DNF Frank Hoj (Denmark)    
DNF Maciej Paterski (Poland)    
DNF Andrew Bajadali (United States Of America)    
DNF Svein Tuft (Canada)    
DNF Roman Kreuziger (Czech Republic)    
DNF Daniel Lloyd (Great Britain)    
DNF Grega Bole (Slovenia)    
DNF Wesley Sulzberger (Australia)    
DNF Volodymyr Starchyk (Ukraine)    
DNF Yukiya Arashiro (Japan)    
DNF Ben Swift (Great Britain)    
DNF André Greipel (Germany)    
DNF Mauricio Ardila Cano (Colombia)    
DNF Fabricio Ferrari Barcelo (Uruguay)    
DNF Geraint Thomas (Great Britain)    
DNF Lars Ytting Bak (Denmark)    
DNF Matija Kvasina (Croatia)    
DNF Thor Hushovd (Norway)    
DNF Laurent Didier (Luxembourg)    
DNF Guama Byron (Ecuador)    
DNF Andrey Kashechkin (Kazakhstan)    
DNF Stuart O`Grady (Australia)    
DNF David Millar (Great Britain)    
DNF Mathew Hayman (Australia)    
DNF Simon Clarke (Australia)    
DNF Janek Tombak (Estonia)    
DNF Brent Bookwalter (United States Of America)    
DNF Andrey Amador Bikkazakova (Costa Rica)    
DNF Roy Hegreberg (Norway)    
DNF Martin Mares (Czech Republic)    
DNF Rein Taaramae (Estonia)    
DNF Freddy Vargas (Venezuela)    
DNF Evgeny Popov (Russian Federation)    
DNF Mathias Frank (Switzerland)    
DNF Tiago Fiorilli (Brazil)    
DNF Nicolas Roche (Ireland)    
DNF Christoph Sokoll (Austria)    
DNF Taiji Nishitani (Japan)    
DNF Dan Craven (Namibia)    
DNF Borut Bozic (Slovenia)    
DNF Magno Prado Nazaret (Brazil)    
DNF Guennadi Mikhailov (Russian Federation)    
DNF Grégory Rast (Switzerland)    
DNF Timothy Gudsell (New Zealand)    
DNF Jan Valach (Slovakia)    
DNF Jay Robert Thomson (South Africa)    
DNF Frederik Wilman (Norway)    
DNF Jeremy Vennell (New Zealand)    
DNF Olegs Melehs (Latvia)    
DNF Alexander Porsev (Russian Federation)    
DNF Jean-Pierre Drucker (Luxembourg)    
DNF Nebojsa Jovanovic (Serbia)    
DNF Ian Stannard (Great Britain)    
DNF Andy Schleck (Luxembourg)    
DNF Martin Garrido Mayorga (Argentina)    
DNF Ryder Hesjedal (Canada)    
DNF Marcel Sieberg (Germany)    
DNF Gerald Ciolek (Germany)    
DNF Matias Medici (Argentina)    
DNF Russell Downing (Great Britain)    
DNF Haavard Nybö (Norway)    
DNF Istvan Cziraki (Hungary)    
DNF Lars Petter Nordhaug (Norway)    
DNF Valentin Iglinskiy (Kazakhstan)    
DNF Alfredo Orlando Lucero (Argentina)    
DNF Allan Davis (Australia)    
DNF Zolt Der (Serbia)    
DNF Gergely Ivanics (Hungary)    
DNF Esad Hasanovic (Serbia)    
DNF Carlos Ivan Oyarzun Guiñez (Chile)    
DNF Ruslan Pydgornyy (Ukraine)    
DNF Peter Wrolich (Austria)

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