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Martin grabs victory in season-closing Chrono des Nations

Gustav Larsson and Sylvain Chavanel complete podium, Pinotti fourth in final pro race

Tony Martin (Omega Pharma-Quick Step)

World time trial champion Tony Martin showed off his rainbow jersey today and  once again triumphed in the Chrono des Nations, picking up his third consecutive  win in the end of season event.

The German Omega Pharma Quick Step  rider was quickest in the 57 kilometre race, although his margin over Gustav  Larsson (IAM Cycling) was a relatively tight fourteen seconds. Team-mate Sylvain  Chavanel was third, while Marco Pinotti finished fourteen seconds off the podium  in fourth place.

October 20, Chrono des Nations ITT: Les Herbiers 57km
Results Name Time
1. Tony Martin (Omega Pharma-Quick Step)

1h10'48"64

2.

Larsson Gustav (IAM Cycling)

+00'14"
3. Chavanel Sylvain (Omega Pharma-Quick Step)

+00'45"

4.

Pinotti Marco (BMC)

+01'00"
5.

Le Bon Johan (FDJ.fr)

+01'05"

6.

Oyarzun Carlos (équipe du Chili)

+02'05"

7.  Kaisen Olivier (Lotto-Belisol) +02'10"
8.  Roy Jérémy (FDJ.fr) +02'24"
9. Baldo Nicolas (Atlas-Jakroo) +02'26"
10.

Delaplace Anthony (Sojasun) 

+02'48"

 
 
photo credit: velonation
 
 
 

Alison Tetrik runners up in season-closing Chrono des Nations

USA’s Alison (Exergy Twenty 16) finished 43 seconds slower on Hanna Solovey (Ukraine)

Alison Tetrick (Exergy Twenty 16)

Hanna Solovey of the Ukraine won the women’s event, despite having to stop for a bike change. The USA’s Alison (Exergy Twenty 16) finished 43 seconds slower, with Elisa Longo Borghini (Hitec) third at 59 seconds. Amber Neben of the USA was sixth at 1:31.

October 20, Chrono des Nations ITT: Les Herbiers 20.870km
Results Name Time
1. Hanna Solovey (équipe d'Ukraine)  28:25
2. Alison Tetrick (Exergy Twenty 16)  +43
3. Elisa Longo Borghini (Hitec)

 +59

4. Olga Zabelinskaia (RusVelo)  +1:00
5. Edwige Pitel (SC Michela Fanini)  +1:05
6. Amber Neben (équipe des Etats-Unis)  +1:31
7. Bridie O'Donnell (Total Rush Hyster)  +1:42
8. Liesbeth De Vocht (Rabobank Liv/Giant)  +1:50
9. Jutta Stienen (équipe de Suisse)  +2:00
10. Julia Shaw (Drag to zero)  +2:02
 
 
photo credit: cyclingnews
 
 
 

Van Dijk wins elite women's time trial world championship

September 24, Elite Women time trial: Florence 25.34km

Ellen van Dijk (Nederlands)

Ellen Van Dijk (Netherlands) lived up to her tag as absolute favourite in the women's individual world time trial in Florence, dominating with a powerful performance on the flat 22.05km course.

The Dutchwoman set a time of 27:48 after a supersonic start and rode 100% effort all the way to the finish.

 

Linda Villumsen (New Zealand) finished 24 seconds slower to take the silver medal. The USA's Carmen Small edged out her compatriot Evelyn Stevens to take the bronze, 28 seconds slower than Van Dijk.

 

Evelyn Stevens (USA) was just four hundredths of second slower in the official results.

September 24, Elite Women time trial: Florence 25.34km
Results Name Time
Gold Medal Ellen Van Dijk (Netherlands)  27:48.18
Silver Medal  Linda Villumsen (New Zealand)  +24.10
Bronze Medal  Carmen Small (United States Of America)  +28.74
4.  Evelyn Stevens (United States Of America)  +28.78
5.  Trixi Worrack (Germany)  +31.66
6.  Annika Langvad (Denmark)  +40.30
7.  Olga Zabelinskaya (Russian Federation)  +40.30
8.  Ganna Solovey (Ukraine)  +42.48
9.  Tatiana Antoshina (Russian Federation)  +42.57
10.  Emma Johansson (Sweden)  +52.98
 
 
source: www.cyclingnews.com
photo credit: cyclingnews 
 
 
 
 
 

Tony Martin wins elite men's time trial world championship

September 25, Elite Men time trial: Montecatini Terme - Florence 56.8km

Tony Martin (Germany)

Tony Martin (Germany) secured his third individual world championship time trial title with a virtuoso display in Florence, Italy. The German secured his third straight rainbow jersey in a time of 1:05:36.65, setting the fastest times through all but one of the intermediate time checks.

 

Olympic time trial champion Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain) earned a silver medal, 46 seconds adrift of Martin. Four-time world champion Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland) had to accept third, a further two seconds back on Wiggins after the British rider overhauled what had at one point been a 24-second deficit to the Swiss rider.

 

Last year's silver medallist Taylor Phinney (United States of America) had to settle for fifth, with Vasil Kiryienka, third in 2012, claiming fourth.

September 25, Elite Men time trial: Montecatini Terme - Florence 56.8km
Results Name Time
Gold Medal Tony Martin (Germany)  1:05:36.65
Silver Medal  Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain)  +00:46.09
Bronze Medal  Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland)  +00:48.34
4.  Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus)  +01:26.01
5.  Taylor Phinney (United States of America)  +02:08.00
6.  Rasmus Christian Quaade (Denmark)  +02:36.33
7.  Marco Pinotti (Italy)  +02:41.92
8.  Adriano Malori (Italy)  +02:51.07
9.  Gustav Larsson (Sweden)  +02:58.47
10.  Kanstantsin Siutsou (Belarus)  +02:59.54
 
 
source: www.cyclingnews.com
photo credit: cyclingnews 
 
 
 
 
 
September 25, Elite Men time trial: Montecatini Terme - Florence 56.8km
Results Name Time
Gold Medal Tony Martin (Germany)  1:05:36.65
Silver Medal  Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain)  +00:46.09
Bronze Medal  Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland)  +00:48.34
4.  Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus)  +01:26.01
5.  Taylor Phinney (United States of America)  +02:08.00
6.  Rasmus Christian Quaade (Denmark)  +02:36.33
7.  Marco Pinotti (Italy)  +02:41.92
8.  Adriano Malori (Italy)  +02:51.07
9.  Gustav Larsson (Sweden)  +02:58.47
10.  Kanstantsin Siutsou (Belarus)  +02:59.54
 
 
source: www.cyclingnews.com
photo credit: cyclingnews 
 
 
 
 
 

Omega Pharma Quick Step wins elite men's time trial world championship

September 22, Elite Men team time trial: Montecatini Terme - Florence 56.8km

Omega Pharma-Quick Step

Omega Pharma-Quickstep once again proved its superiority in the team time trial, winning the UCI road world championship event in Florence, Italy on Sunday. Tony Martin, Niki Terpstra, Sylvain Chavanel and Peter Velits had to sprint to the line to take the win by a fingernail-thin margin of just 0.81 seconds over Orica-GreenEdge, finishing off the work of Kristof Vandewalle and Michal Kwiatkowski earlier in the race.

 

The surprise of the day was that last year's runners up, BMC, were unable to challenge the Belgian squad, being surpassed by Team Sky for the final podium spot.

 

Orica-GreenEdge came from being 14 seconds behind at check 2 to pass the third intermediate check with an almost two second advantage on Omega Pharma, but on the more technical run-in through the streets of Florence, Omega Pharma-Quickstep made up that ground and enough more to take their narrow victory.

September 22, Elite Men team time trial: Montecatini Terme - Florence 56.8km
Results  Team Time
Gold Medal Omega Pharma Quick Step 1:04:16.81
   Tony Martin (GER)  
   Silvain Chavanel (FRA)  
   Niki Terpstra (NED)  
   Peter Velits (SLO)  
   Michael Kwiatkowski (POL)  
   Kristof Vandewalle (BEL)  
     
 Silver Medal Orica GreenEdge  +00:00.81
 Bronze Medal Sky Procycling  +00:22.55
 4. BMC Racing Team  +01:02.71
 5. RadioShack Leopard  +01:17.53
 6. Astana Pro Team  +01:21.14
 7. Cannondale Pro Cycling  +01:28.74
8. Garmin-Sharp  +02:01.94
9. Team Saxo-Tinkoff  +02:14.17
10. Movistar Team  +02:31.03
 
 
photo credit: cyclingnews 

 
 
 

Specialized-Lululemon dominates Worlds team time trial

September 22, Elite Women team time trial: Pistoia - Florence 42.79km

Team Specialized-Lululemon

The Specialized-Lululemon team won the first world title of the 2013 world road race championships in Tuscany, dominating the women's team time trial to secure a second consecutive world title.

 

Specialized-Lululemon set a time of 51:10 for the 42.7km course, riding at an average over 50km/h. The Rabo Women Cycling Team was second at 1:11, with Orica-AIS finishing third fastest at 1:33. The Australian outfit had suffered a crash in training on Saturday.

 

 

Trixi Worrack, Eleonora Van Dijk, Evelyn Stevens, Carmen Small, Katie Colclough and Lisa Brennauer rightly celebrated their second consecutive world title with a group hug and huge smiles on the podium.

 

"Now we have a double rainbow," Steven said.

September 22, Elite Women team time trial: Pistoia - Florence 42.79km
Results  Team Time
Gold Medal Specialized - Lululemon 0:51:10.69
  Eleonora Van Dijk (NED)  
  Evelyn Stevens (USA)  
  Lisa Brennauer (GER)  
  Carmen Small (USA)  
  Trixi Worrack (GER)  
  Katie Colclought (GBR)  
     
 Silver Medal Rabo Women Cycling Team +01:11.09
 Bronze Medal Orica - AIS  +01:33.83
 4.  Rusvelo +02:02.31
 5.  Mcipollini Giordana +02:18.83
 6.  Wiggle Honda +02:33.00
 7.  Team Argos - Shimano +02:50.51
8.  Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies +03:03.44
9.  Sengers Ladies Cycling Team +03:05.80
10.  Boels Dolmans Cycling Team +03:33.70
 
 
photo credit: cyclingnews 

 
 
 

Specialized-lululemon repeats as Vargarda TTT champions

August 16, Open de Suède Vargarda TTT: Vårgårda 42.5km

Team Specialized-Lululemon

Specialized-lululemon was able to repeat their victory after 2011 (htc-highroad) and 2012 (Specialized-lululemon) and is very well on track as reining TTT World Champion for the Worlds in Florence/Tuscany end of September. Team Rabo-LivGiant keeps Vos on top with second over Orica-AIS

August 16, Open de Suède Vargarda TTT: Vårgårda 42.5km
Results  Team Time
1. Specialized - Lululemon 0:53:59
  Lisa Brennauer (USA)  
  Evelyn Stevens (USA)  
  Eleonora Van Dijk (USA  
  Trixi Worrack (USA)  
     
 2. Rabo-Liv Giant 0:00:38
  Lucinda Brand (Ned)  
  Thalita De Jong (Ned)  
  Annemiek Van Vleuten (Ned)  
  Marianne Vos (Ned)  
     
 3. Orica - AIS  0:01:26
  Shara Gillow (Aus)  
  Melissa Hoskins (Aus)  
  Emma Johansson (Aus)  
  Amanda Spratt (Aus)  
 
 

 

Alexander Bauer (Aero Team LeXXi) Gold Medal Olympic World Master Games

Alexander Bauer (Aero Team LeXXi)

As reining World- and European TT Champion (Masters) Alexander Bauer was able to win the Gold Medal at the Olympic World Master Games in Torino/Italy. The very technical course in Parco Valenciano in the heard of Torino was cut from 4x4,7km to 2x5,5km due to traffic problems. The 11kms filled with 16 corners and 4 hairpin sections could Alexander Bauer not hold off to clock a nearly 46kph average, which resulted a victory with 34sec ahead of the 2 Ukrainien Hryhoriy Ishenko on 2nd place (+34s) and Oleg Gansevych 3rd place (+53s)

 

August 6, TT Olympic World Master Games, Torino/Italie  11,2 km

Results Name Team/Club Time
1. ALEXANDER BAUER Germany

14:11.90

2. ISHCHENKO HRYHORIY Ukraine  14:44.50
3. OLEG GANSEVYCH Ukraine  15:03.70
4 STANISLAV NEVEDOV Ukraine 15:23.30
5. ALBERTO VANZO Italy 15:57.90 
6. FILIN DMYTRO Ukraine  16:06.70 
7. OLEG TYMOSHENKO Ukraine  16:14.80
8. OLEKSANDR NIKOLENKO Ukraine 16:12.10
9. JOHN HIND UK 16:14.80
10. JÖRG PACHER Germany  16:15.90
 
 
 
 

Tony Martin (OPQS) defends German time trial title

Gretsch, Schumacher round out podium behind reigning world champion

Tony Martin (OPQS)

Tony Martin (Omega Pharma-QuickStep) successfully defended his German national time trial title, covering the 50km course in a time of 1:00:58. That was a minute and a half faster than the second-placed finisher, Patrick Gretsch (Argos-Shimano), who came in at 1:02.31. Third place went to Stefan Schumacher (Christina Watches), with a time of 1:02:51.

June 21, Elite Men - Time Trial: Allgäu 50.5km
Results Name Time
1. Tony Martin (Omega Pharma-Quick Step)  1:00:58
2.  Patrick Gretsch (Team Argos-Shimano)  +1:33
3.  Stefan Schumacher (Christina Watches-Onfone)  +1:53
4.  Lars Teutenberg (FC Lexxi Speedbike)  +2:48
5.  Dominik Nerz (BMC Racing Team)  +3:18
6.  Nikias Arndt (Team Argos-Shimano)  +3:23
7.  Sven Forberger (Team NSP-Ghost)  +3:28
8.  Friedrich Meingast (RC Herpersdorf 1919)  +4:41
9.  Bert Grabsch (Omega Pharma-Quick Step)  +4:43
10.  Jan-Niklas Droste (Team Heizomat)  +5:22
 
 
photo credit: Gerrit Martin 
 
 
 

Lisa Brennauer (Specialized-Lululemon) new German TT Champion

Brennauer and Worrack makes it 1-2 for Team Specialized-Lululemon

Lisa Brennauer (Specialized-Lululemon)

Huge congrats to Lisa Brennauer on her first Elite German National Championship ITT title! Trixi Worrack put in a fine performance, coming back so soon after injury to take 2nd behind Lisa. In Glasgow, Katie picked up a bronze medal in the ITT championships held on Thursday.

June 21, Elite Women - Time Trial: Allgäu 25.3km
Results Name Time
1. Lisa Brennauer (Specialized-lululemon) 0:34:47
2. Trixi Worrack (Specialized-lululemon) +11
3. Esther Fennel (RV Central Rhede 1991) +25
4. Hanka Kupfernagel (RusVelo) +31
5. Charlotte Becker (Wiggle Honda) +1:17
6. Elke Gebhardt (Team Argos-Shimano) +1:30
7. Stephanie Pohl (Team Futurumshop) +1:31
8. Claudia Häusler (Team TIBCO) +1:41 
9. Adelheid Schütz (VC Corona Weiden) +1:45
10.

Lina-Kristin Schink (GSD Gestion-Kallisto)

+1:55
 
 
photocredit promediaphoto 
 

 
 

Ellen van Dijk regains her Titel at the Dutch National Time Trial Championships

For the 2nd consecutive year the Specialized-Lululemon women set fastest time

Ellen van Dijk (Specialized-Lululemon)

Ellen van Dijk picked up another National ITT title to add to her collection of impressive TT wins.

NK Tijdrijden 2013, 19 juni, Winsum 26 km
Results Name   Time
1.

Ellen van Dijk

Team Specialized - Lululemon

 33:56.61
2. Loes Gunnewijk Orica - Greenedge +0:39
3.

Annemiek van Vleuten

Rabobank Liv / Giant Team

 +1:01
4. Vera Koedooder

Sengers Ladies

 +1:50
5. Natalie van Gogh

RSC de Zuidwesthoek

 +2:20
6.

Mathilde Matthijsse

ZRTC Theo Middelkamp

 +2:23
7.

Thalita de Jong

Rabobank Liv / Giant Team

 +2:28
8.

Iris Slappendel

Rabobank Liv / Giant Team

 +2:38
9.

Chantal Blaak

Team Tibco

 +2:39
10.

Roxane Knetemann

Rabobank Liv / Giant Team

 +2:55

 
source: NK-tijdrijden
photo credit: proflavio

 
 

Alexander Bauer (Aero Team LeXXi) European Champion Masters

June 12, Arzachena - Bassacutena, Sardegna 13,5 km 325hm

Alexander Bauer (Aero Team LeXXi)

The reining World Champion Master Alexander Bauer managed to clock the fastest time on the hilly course on Sardegna Island. Two climbs and the usual headwind could not hold him off to win this title.

June 12, Arzachena - Bassacutena, Sardegna 13,5 km 325hm

Results Name   Team/Club Time
1. Alexander Bauer GER Aero Team LeXXi

19:50

2. Stefan Steiner GER  RG Oberpfalz +0:27
3. Christophe Massery FRA  SC L'Oleandro Budoni +0:28
4 Alberto Kunz GER  Team Siebengebirge +0:37
5. Enrico Grimani IT  Team Bike Ballero +0:56
6. Andrea Bendini IT  Team Corractec +0:58
7. Victor Fedorow RUS  Russia +1:58
8. Thomas Hernström NOR  Norwegen +3:03
9. Antonello Fiori IT  Cycling Team Gallura +3:31
10. Alexey Zhakkarovv RUS  Russia +4:09
 
 

 

Tony Martin continues time trial winning streak in Dauphiné

June 5, Stage 4 (ITT): Villars-les-Dombes - Parc des Oiseaux 32.5km

Tony Martin (Omega Pharma-Quick Step)

Tony Martin covered the 32.5 kilometres between Villars-les-Dombes and Parc des Oiseaux in 36:54 at an average speed over 52km/h.

 

Australia's Rohan Dennis (Garmin-Sharp) finished 47 seconds behind the world champion and so took the race leader's yellow jersey from David Veilleux (Team Europcar).

Chris Froome (Team Sky) finished third in the time trial and so climbed to second overall, just five seconds down on Dennis.

Dauphiné Stage 4 (ITT): Villars-les-Dombes - Parc des Oiseaux 32.5km

Results Name Time
1. MARTIN, Tony (OMEGA PHARMA - QUICK-STEP)  36:54
2. DENNIS, Rohan (GARMIN SHARP)  +   47
3.  FROOME, Christopher (SKY PROCYCLING)  +   52
4.  CASTROVIEJO NICOLAS, Jonathan (MOVISTAR TEAM)  + 1:08
5.  KWIATKOWSKI, Michal (OMEGA PHARMA - QUICK-STEP)  + 1:13
6.  BOASSON HAGEN, Edvald (SKY PROCYCLING)   + 1:19
7.  PORTE, Richie (SKY PROCYCLING)   + 1:20
8.  BARTA, Jan (TEAM NETAPP - ENDURA)   + 1:38
9.  PINOTTI, Marco (BMC RACING TEAM)    + 1:38
10.  PINOTTI, Marco (BMC RACING TEAM)    + 1:42
Photo credit: www.steephill.tv / sirotti
 
 
 

Carmen Small wins inaugural US pro women's time trial title

2013 May 25, Women's Time Trial: Chattanooga 31km

Carmen Small (Specialized-Lululemon)

Carmen Small surprised many, including herself, with her close win at the inaugural US Women's Professional Time Trial Championships. Small (Specialized-lululemon) outpaced Kristen McGrath (Exergy TWENTY16) by one second in the final wave of riders to win the championship and right to wear the stars-and-stripes skinsuit.

 

Small, who came from Nordic skiing and worked as a math teacher before taking up cycling, was at a loss for words after her win. "I'm completely shocked to be honest," said Small who suffered a setback after a crash earlier in May at the Pan Am Games. "I don't win time trials."

 ITT Women US Pro National Championships
 Results Name Time
GOLD  Carmen Small (Specialized-lululemon) 42:37.70
Silver  Kristin McGrath (Exergy TWENTY16)  +1.25
Bronze  Alison Powers (NOW and Novartis for MS)  +12.42
4.  Evelyn Stevens (Specialized-lululemon)  +41.14
5.  Jade Wilcoxson (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)  +44.53
6.  Jacquelyn Crowell (Exergy TWENTY16)  +45.64
7.  Janel Holcomb (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)  +1:01.33
8.  Tayler Wiles (Specialized-lululemon)  +1:10.81
9.  Jessica Cutler (Vanderkitten)  +1:26.33
10.  Brianna Walle (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)  +1:37.34
...    
25. Ally Stacher (Specialized-lululemon) +3:08.78

 
Photo: © Jonathan Devich
 
 

Double success for Tony Martin in Tour of Belgium

2013 May 24, Stage 3: ITT Beveren 15km

Tony Martin (Omega Pharma-Quick Step)

World time trial champion Tony Martin (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) continued his undefeated streak in races against the clock this season, winning the 15km third stage of the Tour of Belgium by a whopping 40 seconds over Argos-Shimano's Tom Dumoulin. A pair of RusVelo riders, Artem Ovechkin and Alexander Serov and RadioShack's Ben Hermans rounded out the top five.

 
Tour of Belgium Stage 3: ITT Beveren 15km
Results Name Time
1. Tony Martin (Ger) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 0:17:42
2. Tom Dumoulin (Ned) Team Argos-Shimano 0:18:22
3. Artem Ovechkin (Rus) RusVelo 0:18:25
4. Alexander Serov (Rus) RusVelo 0:18:28
5. Ben Hermans (Bel) RadioShack Leopard 0:18:28
6. Kristof Vandewalle (Bel) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 0:18:35
7. Damien Gaudin (Fra) Team Europcar 0:18:38
8. Tom Boonen (Bel) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 0:18:42
9. William Clarke (Aus) Team Argos-Shimano 0:18:42
10. Niki Terpstra (Ned) Omega Pharma-Quick Step 0:18:43
 

Photo credit © Photopress.be

 

 

Carmen Small prevails at Chrono Gatineau

2013 May 20th, Elite women: Gatineau (ITT) 19.6km

Carmen Small (Specialized-lululemon)

The Chrono Gatineau held under cloudy skies with light winds as 33 riders raced against the clock. Carmen Small (US) Specialized lululemon took the win over Canada’s Joelle Numainville (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) in second with Chantal Blaak (Ned) TIBCO To the Top in third. Top contender and world track champ, Katarzyna Pawlowska (Pol) GSD Gestion Kallisto Specialized p/b Mazda, suffered a crash that saw her finish the day in 15th.

 

After crashing at the Pan Am Games time trial as  banner along the course came loose and caused her to crash Small took some time off the bike to recover before heading to Canada where she won the Chrono Gatineau on May 20th.

Elite Women's 18.6km Chrono Gatineau ITT
Results Name Time
 1. Carmen Small (Specialized-lululemon)   24:51.8
 2.  Joelle Numainville (Can) Optum p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies  +28.00
 3.  Chantal Blaak (Ned) Team TIBCO to the Top  +35.59
 4.  Janel Holcomb (USA) Optum p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies  +39.29
 5.  Lauren Hall (USA) Optum p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies  +45.72
 6.  Claudia Häusler (Ger) Team TIBCO to the Top  +49.6
 7.  Shelley Olds (USA) Team TIBCO to the Top  +58.13
 8.  Jamie Bookwatter (USA) Colavita Fine Cooking  +1:03.2
9. Denise Ramsden (Can) Team Canada (Optum)  +1:05.9
10. Lex Albrecht (Can) Now & Novatis +1:14.1
...    
21. Ally Stacher (USA) Specialized-lululemon  +2:34.88
 
source: pedalmag.com
Photo credit: © Pasquale Stalteri
 
 

Evelyn Stevens Climbs to Victory Tour of California Time Trial

Only few weeks after her bad crash with face injuries

Evelyn Stevens (Specialized-lululemon)

Only a few of weeks ago, Evelyn Stevens was forced off the bike due to a pretty bad crash on her face in an early season classic in Italy. Her thirst to get back to racing her bike was evident today when she unleashed her power on the TOC Time Trial course, which finished up a brutal 3km climb up Metcalf Road near Morgan Hill, California – the home town of our wonderful team sponsor Specialized Bikes that provided her with the super fast SHIV which she rode to victory.

 

“I was really looking forward to this race,” said Evelyn. “Its an excellent course with some great technical sections, some wide open sections where the wind played a big part and quite a lot of climbing. “It was the longest time trial I’ve ever done which was really good for me to experience, and the fact that it finished at the top of a really hard climb suited me perfectly.

Tour of California ITT Elite women: San Jose 31.6km
Results Name Time
1. Evelyn Stevens (USA) Specialized-lululemon  0:55:49
2. Alison Powers (USA) NOW and Novartis for MS +00:56
3 Kristin McGrath (USA) Exergy TWENTY16 +01:24
4 Jade Wilcoxson (USA) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies +03:02
5 Mara Abbott (USA) Exergy TWENTY16 +03:09
6 Alison Tetrick (USA) Exergy TWENTY16 +03:26
7 Brianna Walle (USA) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies +03:52
8 Julie Dibens (GBr) Trek +03:59
9 Tayler Wiles (USA) Specialized-lululemon +04:01
10 Robin Farina (USA) NOW and Novartis for MS +04:10
11 Jasmin Glaesser (Can) Team TIBCO +04:56
12 Katie Compton (USA) Trek Cyclocross Collective +05:00
13 Lauren Stephens (USA) Team TIBCO +06:05
14 Rhae Shaw (Can) Vanderkitten +06:44
DNF Amber Neben (USA) Pasta Zara-Cogeas  CRASH

source: www.velociosports.com cyclingnews.com
Photo credit (c) Lyne Lamoureux
 
 

 

Tour Of Beijing 2011: Tony Martin (HTC-Highroad)

1st victory as World Champion in AeroSmartSuits

Tony Martin (HTC-Highroad) in action

HTC-Highroad's Tony Martin crushed the competition in China with a commanding lead and victory out of the stage one individual time trial.

"The TT was ridden on normal race bikes with no TT helmets or full wheels," said sport director, Allan Peiper. This is Martin's ninth win of the 2011 season, six of which being time trial victories in  AeroSmartsSuits and Accessories.









Results Prologue Tour of Beijing 11.4 km

1 Tony Martin (Ger) HTC - Highroad 13:34
2 David Millar (GBr) Team Garmin - Cervelo +17
3 Alex Dowsett (GBr) Sky Procycling +24
4 Christopher Froome (GBr) Sky Procycling +26
5 Stephen Cummings (GBr) Sky Procycling +35
6 Lars Boom (Ned) Rabobank Cycling Team +36
7 Olivier Kaisen (Bel) Omega Pharma - Lotto +39
8 Luis Leon Sanchez Gil (Spa) Rabobank Cycling Team +41
9 Jean Christophe Peraud (Fra) AG2R La mondiale +43
10 Dario Cataldo (Ita) Quick Step Cycling Team +44





source: www.cyclingnews.com, www.highroadsports.com

Photo credit: © AFP

 

 

 

Tony Martin (Germany) WOLRD CHAMPTION ITT WC Copenhagen 2011

Tony Martin (Germany) dominated the elite men's time trial world championship, setting the fastest time at each split, as he powered to his first world title on the streets of Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

The 26-year-old German recorded a scintillating time of 53:43.85 for the 46.4km parcours to beat silver medalist Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain) by 1:15.83. Defending and four-time world champion Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland), consistently setting the second-fastest splits throughout the day, overshot a corner late in the race, nearly crashing into the course barriers, and had to settle for the bronze medal 4.76 seconds down on Wiggins. Teammate of Martin, Bert Grabsch managed to get 4th with only 10 seconds down to Bradley Wiggins.

 

AeroSmartSuits is proud to support these outstanding athletes and we deeply thank Tony and Bert for the confidence they have given to us and to all other athletes also. Thank you all! We will keep on pushing our development further and further to ensure having the best to give to you.

Full Results ITT WC Men 2011
  Name (Nation) Time
GOLD Tony Martin (Germany)  53:43.85
Silver Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain) +1:15.83
Bronze Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland) +1:20.59
4. Bert Grabsch (Germany) +1:31.76
5. Jack Bobridge (Australia)  +2:13.86
6. Richie Porte (Australia)  +2:29.54
7. David Millar (Great Britain)  +2:45.62
8. Lieuwe Westra (Netherlands)  +3:18.52
9. Alexandr Dyachenko (Kazakhstan)  +3:19.76
10. Jakob Fuglsang (Denmark)  +3:30.59
11. Jonathan Castroviejo Nicolas (Spain)  +3:34.37
12. Gustav Larsson (Sweden)  +3:34.62
13. Svein Tuft (Canada)  +3:35.89
14. Janez Brajkovic (Slovenia)  +3:44.74
15. Taylor Phinney (United States of America)  +3:52.58
16. Andrew Talansky (United States of America)  +3:57.89
17. Nélson Oliveira (Portugal) +4:14.98
18. Jesse Sergent (New Zealand) +4:26.31
19. Jack Bauer (New Zealand) +4:26.99
20. Stef Clement (Netherlands) +4:33.93
 21. Frantisek Rabon (Czech Republic) +4:39.85
 22. Laszlo Bodrogi (France) +4:41.46
 23. Vasili Kiryienka (Belarus) +4:42.60
 24. Adriano Malori (Italy) +4:46.58
 25. Mikhail Ignatyev (Russian Federation)  +4:47.97
 26.  Marco Pinotti (Italy)  +4:48.12
 27. David McCann (Ireland)  +4:53.65
 28. Ignatas Konovalovas (Lithuania)  +5:00.51
 29.  Dominique Cornu (Belgium)  +5:01.36
 30. Ioannis Tamouridis (Greece)  +5:07.74

 

source www.cyclingnews.com

pictures (c) Bettini, TDW Sports, highroad

 

 

Judith Arndt (Germany) WORLD CHAMPION ITT WC Copenhagen 2011

After 15 years of near misses, Judith Arndt finally tasted victory in the women's individual time trial at the UCI World Championships thanks to a scintillating performance over the second lap of the rain-soaked Copenhagen circuit.

 

The experienced German ultimately had 22 seconds to spare over Linda Villumsen (New Zealand), with defending champion Emma Pooley (Great Britain) a further two seconds back in third.

 

Smart Aero Suits is proud to support these outstanding athletes and we deeply thank Judith for the confidence she has given to us and to all other athletes also. Thank you all! We will keep on pushing our development further and further to ensure having the best to give to you.

Full Results ITT WC Women 2011
  Name (Nation) Time
GOLD Judith Arndt (Germany) 37:07.38
Silver Linda Melanie Villumsen (New Zealand) +21.73
Bronze Emma Pooley (Great Britain) +24.13
4. Tara Whitten (Canada) +26.16
5. Clara Hughes (Canada) +36.79
6. Eleonora Van Dijk (Netherlands) +38.88
 7.  Rhae-Christie Shaw (Canada)  +39.23
 8.  Amber Neben (USA)  +41.09
 9.  Emilia Fahlin (Sweden)  +55.06
 10.  Marianne Vos (Netherlands)  +55.77
 11.  Ina Teutenberg (Germany)  +56.14
 12.  Shara Gillow (Australia) +1:00.55
 13. Elena Tchalykh (Azerbaijan)  +1:00.84
 14.  Emma Johansson (Sweden)  +1:01.13
 15.  Evelyn Stevens (USA)  +1:21.73
 16.  Olga Zabelinskaya (Russian Federation)  +1:25.20
 17.  Julia Shaw (Great Britain)  +1:49.88
 18.  Noemi Cantele (Italy)  +1:58.26
 19.  Pascale Schnider (Switzerland)  +1:58.84
 20.  Pia Sundstedt (Finland)  +2:01.33

 

source www.cyclingnews.com

pictures TDW sports/highroad

 

 

Mike Kröger German National Team gets Bronze Medal WC 2011 Copenhagen

Mieke Kröger, Junior women of the German National Team (BDR) managed to grab the bronze medal at the ITT Worlds in Copenhagen 2011.

 

Jessica Allen (AUS) won Australia’s first title at the UCI World Championships in Copenhagen, snatching the women’s Junior time trial from Elinor Barker (GB).

 

Full Results ITT WC Juniors 2011
Place  Name (Nation) Time 
GOLD Jessica Allen (Australia) 00:19:19
Silver Elinor Barker (Great Britain) 00:00:02
Bronze Mieke Kröger (Germany) 00:00:03
 

source www.cyclingnews.com

pictures (c) Bettini

 

 

 

Alexander Bauer wins Overal GC of AeroSmartSuits TT Cup Cologne

Alexander Bauer with winning the last run of the Smart Aero TT Cup Cologne and making with 5/5 victories the overall safe ahead of Ecki Rohde.

 

Michael Hilgers (Belgium) just returning home as ITT Vize-Worldchampion of UCI World Cycling Tour in Stavelot (B) clocking the all-time track record with 20'52''.

  

The well deserved price for this effort, a customs made AeroSmartSuit in Teamdesign will be presented at the Ceremony end of November.

 

 

GC Men TT >40 Final

2. Smart Aero Suits TT Cup Cologne 2011

Platz

Name

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

Pkt.

1.

Alexander Bauer

22:24

21:55

(PB)

22:19

-

22:04

21:49

(PB)

21:39

(PB)

22:13

99

2.

Michael Graben

22:38

22:16

22:50

22:24

22:29

22:39

22:20

22:45

83

3.

Ecki

Rhode

22:56

21:42(SR)

-

21:33 (SR)

22:14

-

21:18

(DtSR)

22:53

76

 

 

GC Men TT <40 Final

2. Smart Aero Suits TT Cup Cologne 2011

Platz

Name

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

Pkt.

1.

Michael

Hilgers

-

-

-

-

21:02

(SR)

21:12

20:56

(SR)

20:52

(SR)

60

2.

Patrizio

de Luca

7

9

9

-

10

24:41

-

24:30

53

3.

Sören

Zieher

10

12

10

-

-

23:39

-

-

44

 

Dowsett takes UK national time trial title

(c) www.velouk.net

Elite men, 29 miles
Alex Dowsett took his first senior national time trial championship in Cambridgeshire on Sunday afternoon, beating Team Sky teammate Steve Cummings by 19 seconds.

Matt Bottrill (I-ride.co.uk) took the bronze medal - domestic rival Michael Hutchinson went six seconds faster, but his Irish passport makes him ineligible for the official results. 

 

Results 
1. Alex Dowsett (Team Sky) 58-26
2. Steve Cummings (Team Sky) at 19secs
3. Matt Bottrill (I-ride.co.uk) at 1-48
4. Russell Hampton (Sigma Sport-Specialized) at 3-12
5. Joe Perrett (Twenty3C-Orbea) at 3-18
6. Matt Clinton (MikeVaughan.co.uk) at 4-07
7. Blake Pond (Southfork Racing) at 4-43
8. Colin Parry (Wilier-Goselfdrive.com) at 5-36
9. Seth Kay (DataTeamAllstars) at 5-57
10. Tejvan Pettinger (Sri Chinmoy RT) at 6-22
Ineligible Michael Hutchinson (In Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT) at 1-42

 

 

Tony Martin (HTC-Highroad) has won most of this year's major time trials

Photo: © Fotoreporter Sirotti

Tony smashes the Vuelta ITT in his new AeroSmartSuit and we are looking forward to Kopenhagen!

HUGE CONGRATS!!!!
 

1 Tony Martin (Ger) HTC-Highroad 0:55:54
2 Christopher Froome (GBr) Sky Procycling 0:00:59
3 Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Sky Procycling 0:01:22
4 Fabian Cancellara (Swi) Leopard Trek 0:01:27

Tony Martin wins 20th stage ITT Grenoble Tour de France 2011

Tony Martin ITT Grenoble TdF 2011

Tony Martin (htc-highroad) wins his first Grand Tour ITT Stage at the Tour de France 2011. Clocking almost the same time (+6'') as few weeks ago at the Dauphiné Libéré, he made it in ‎55'33', just 7'' ahead of Tour de France Winner Cadel Evans (BMC Racing).

AeroSmartSuits managed to deliver his new suit just 2 days prior to this ultimate Race.



 



  Full Results ITT Grenoble Time
1. Tony Martin (htc-highroad)  55'33''
2. Cadel Evans (BMC Racing) +7’’
3. Alberto Contador (Saxo Bank-Sunguard) +1’06’’

 

(c)fotos Tim De Waele/htc-highroad

 

 

 



htc-highroad 5th TTT on 2nd stage Tour de France 2011

htc-highroad TTT at Les Essarts

Garmin-Cervelo wins team time trial

Never have four seconds been so crucial to the happiness a team.

Those teams included HTC-Highroad, highly fancied before today’s start, Leopard-Trek, RadioShack and Saxo Bank, with all four finishing close but failing to fully fire on the big stage.

 

 

  Full Results TTT Les Essarts  Time
1. Team Garmin - Cervelo 0:24:48
2. BMC Racing Team 0:00:04
3. Sky Procycling s.t.
4. Team Leopard-Trek s.t.
5. HTC -Highroad 0:00:05

 

(c) source www.cyclingnews.com


 

Critérium du Dauphiné ITT Grenoble June 12th 2011

Tony Martin (c) TDW Sports

Paris-Nice champion Tony Martin confirmed his time trialling prowess by dominating the Grenoble time trial in the Critérium du Dauphiné. The HTC-Highroad rider posted a time 11 seconds quicker than British champion Bradley Wiggins (Sky) to win the stage.

 

  Full Results ITT Grenoble Result
1 Tony Martin (Ger) HTC-Highroad 0:55:27  
2 Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Sky Procycling 0:00:11  
3 Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor) Sky Procycling 0:00:43  
4 David Zabriskie (USA) Team Garmin-Cervelo 0:00:58  
5 Janez Brajkovic (Slo) Team RadioShack 0:01:17  
6 Cadel Evans (Aus) BMC Racing Team 0:01:20  
7 Geraint Thomas (GBr) Sky Procycling 0:01:36  
8 Christophe Riblon (Fra) AG2R La Mondiale 0:01:37  
9 Rein Taaramae (Est) Cofidis, Le Credit En Ligne 0:01:56  
10 Rui Alberto Faria Costa (Por) Movistar Team 0:02:00  
 
 

March 2011

UCI Track World Championships Apeldoorn

New Zealands Jesse Sergent in AeroSmartSuits won the silver medal in 4:22.553. Gold for the strong Jack Bobride (AUS) 4:21.141, Michael Hepburn (AUS) took bronze 4:23.865.

March 2011

UCI Track World Championships Apeldoorn

New Zealand Women Team pursuit winning Bronze Medal at UCI World Track Championships Apeldoorn in AeroSmartSuits and Accessories!

Paris-Nice ITT Rognes-Aix en Provence March 11th 2011

Tony Martin (c) TDWSports

March 2011

1st Pro-Tour Victory in AeroSmartSuits: Tony Martin htc-highroad winning Pro-Tour ITT Paris-Nice 6. Stage Rognes-Aix en Provence.
C O N G R A T S Tony, perfect job!

Full Results ITT Rognes-Aix en Provence

1 Tony Martin (Ger) HTC-Highroad 0:33:24
2 Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Sky 0:00:20
3 Richie Porte (Aus) Saxo Bank Sungard 0:00:29
4 Andreas Klöden (Ger) RadioShack 0:00:46
5 Jean-Christophe Peraud (Fra) AG2R 0:00:55
6 Lieuwe Westra (Ned) Vacansoleil-DCM 0:00:57
7 Andrew Talansky (USA) Team Garmin-Cervelo 0:01:05
8 Rein Taaramae (Est) Cofidis 0:01:10
9 Levi Leipheimer (USA) Team RadioShack
10 Tejay Van Garderen (USA) HTC-Highroad 0:01:29

 

 

Luke Roberts Luke Roberts

December 2010

Luke Roberts will ride the Australian national championships ITT with the new AeroSmartSuit. Roberts, who achieved Olympic glory at the Athens Olympics in 2004 with a track gold medal in the team pursuit, also became 3 times world champion with the Australian national team in this discipline between 2002 and 2004.

 

Skin Suits Tony Martin

September 2010

The skin suits, developed by AeroSmartSuits, have also been worn by Team HTC members this season, notably by Tony Martin in the World Championships last month where he clinched a bronze medal in the individual time trial despite having to stop for a puncture.

Simon Smart Tony Martin

July 2010

Looking at developing clothing was the next obvious step after the frame and wheels. We have seen fantastic gains with the suits we have developed and look forward to making these available to the public later this year. Tony Martin has been using the suits during the time trails of the Tour de France both, in Rotterdam and Bordeaux.

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