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12 titles to be awarded from Sunday to Sunday

It’s all set in Innsbruck-Tirol for what’s sure to be a memorable week at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships as various teams and national selections have made their way to Austria to compete for medals and rainbow jerseys. We take you through the programme of races and most of the favourites…


Sunday 23 September, two team time-trial events, contested by trade teams (all other events to be contested by national teams):

From 10.10 (first team to start in Ötztal, Area 47) to 12.05 (last team to finish in Innsbruck, Rennweg): Women. Distance: 54.5km. Defending champions: Team Sunweb (Ned). 12 teams in contention. Among the favourites: Team Sunweb (Ned); Boels Dolmans Cyclingteam (Ned); Canyon // SRAM Racing (Ger); Wiggle High5 (GBR); Mitchelton-Scott (Aus).
From 14.40 (first team to start in Ötztal, Area 47) to 17.05 (last team to finish in Innsbruck, Rennweg): Men. Distance: 62.8km. Defending champions: Team Sunweb (Ger). 17 teams in contention. Among the favourites: BMC Racing Team (USA); Mitchelton - Scott (Aus); Team Lotto NL - Jumbo (Ned); Quick-Step Floors (Bel); Team Sky (GBR); Team Sunweb (Ger).


Monday 24 September, two individual time-trial events:

From 10.10 (first rider to start in Wattens) to 11.55 (last rider to finish in Innsbruck): Women Juniors. Distance: 20km. 2017 winner: Elena Pirrone (Ita). Among the favourites: Sarah Gigante (Aus); Marie Le Net (Fra); Georgi Pfeiffer (GBR); Hannah Ludwig (Ger); Vittoria Guazzini (Ita); Marina Kurnossova (Kaz); Rozemarijn Ammerlaan (Ned); Britt Knaven (Ned); Marta Jaskulska (Pol), Aigul Gareeva (Rus).
From 14.40 (first rider to start in Wattens) to 16.50 (last rider to finish in Innsbruck): Men U23. Distance: 27.8km. Defending champion: Mikkel Bjerg (Dan). Among the favourites: Mikkel Bjerg (Den); Edoardo Affini (Ita); Brendan McNulty (USA); Callum Scotson (Aus); Lennard Kämna (Ger); Mark Padun (Ukr); Markus Wildauer (Aut).


Tuesday 25 September, two individual time-trial events:

From 10.10 (first rider to start in Wattens) to 12.40 (last rider to finish in Innsbruck): Men Juniors. Distance: 27.8km. 2017 winner: Tom Pidcock (GBR). Among the favourites: Remco Evenepoel (Bel); Soren Waerenskjold (Nor); Luke Plapp (Aus); Ilan Van Wilder (Bel); Karel Vacek (Cze); Jacob Hindsgaul Madsen (Den); Mattias Skjelmose Jensen (Den); Carlos Rodriguez (Spa); Joseph Laverick (GBR); Samuele Manfredi (Ita); Andrea Piccolo (Ita); Ludvig Aasheim (Nor).
From 14.40 (first rider to start in Wattens) to 16.50 (last rider to finish in Innsbruck): Women Elite. Distance: 27.8km. Defending champion: Annemiek Van Vleuten (Ned). Among the favourites: Ellen Van Dijk (Ned); Annemiek Van Vleuten (Ned); Anna Van der Breggen (Ned); Amber Neben (USA); Trixi Worrack (Ger); Audrey Cordon-Ragot (Fra); Elisa Longo Borghini (Ita); Anne-Sophie Duyck (Bel); Leah Kirchmann (Can); Hayley Simmonds (GBR).


Wednesday 26 September, one individual time-trial event:

From 14.10 (first rider to start in Rattenberg) to 17.10 (last rider to finish in Innsbruck): Men Elite. Distance: 52.5km. Defending champion: Tom Dumoulin (Ned). Among the favourites: Tom Dumoulin (Ned); Rohan Dennis (Aus); Jonathan Castroviejo (Spa); Stefan Küng (Sui): Victor Campenaerts (Bel); Tony Martin (Ger); Vassil Kiryienka (Blr); Alex Dowsett (GBR); Bob Jungels (Lux); Joey Rosskopf (USA).


Thursday 27 September, two road-race events:

From 9.10 (start in Rattenberg) to 11.15 (estimated finish in Innsbruck): Women Juniors. Distance: 71.7km. 2017 winner: Elena Pirrone (Ita). Among the favourites: Laura Stigger (Aut), Desiet Kidane Tekeste (Eri); Georgi Pfeiffer (GBR); Jade Wiel (Fra); Hannah Ludwig (Ger); Vittoria Guazzini (Ita); Rozemarijn Ammerlaan (Ned); Marta Jaskulska (Pol); Aigul Gareeva (Rus); Daria Malkova (Rus); Olga Kulynych (Ukr).
From 14.40 (start in Kufstein) to 18.15 (estimated finish in Innsbruck): Men Juniors. Distance: 132.4km. 2017 winner: Julius Johansen (Den). Among the favourites: Remco Evenepoel (Bel); Soren Waerenskjold (Nor); Ilan Van Wilder (Bel); Alex Martin (Spa); Marius Mayrhofer (Ger); Axel Van der Tuuk (Ned); Alexandre Balmer (Sui); Carter Turnbull (Aus); Karel Vacek (Cze); Andrew Vollmer (USA); Hugo Page (Fra); Antonio Tiberi (Ita).


Friday 28 September, one road-race event:

From 12.10 (start in Kufstein) to 16.50 (estimated finish in Innsbruck): Men U23. Distance: 179.9km. 2017 winner: Benoît Cosnefroy (Fra). Among the favourites: Tadej Pogacar (Slo); Ivan Sosa (Col); Bjorg Lambrecht (Bel); Valentin Madouas (Fra); Marc Hirschi (Sui); Gino Mäder (Sui); Felix Gall (Aut); Eddie Dunbar (Irl); Luis Villalobos (Mex); Neilson Powless (USA); Alexander Vlasov (Rus); Fernando Barcelo (Spa); Robert Stannard (Aus); Thymen Arensman (Ned).


Saturday 29 September, one road-race event:

From 12.10 (start in Kufstein) to 16.45 (estimated finish in Innsbruck): Women Elite. Distance: 156.2km. Defending champion: Chantal Blaak (Ned). Among the favourites: Anna Van der Breggen (Ned); Annemiek Van Vleuten (Ned); Amanda Spratt (Aus); Elisa Longo Borghini (Ita); Ashleigh Moolman (RSA); Megan Guarnier (USA); Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Pol); Eider Merino (Spa); Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (Den).


Sunday 30 September, one road race event:

From 9.40 (start in Kufstein) to 16.50 (estimated finish in Innsbruck): Men Elite. Distance: 258.5km. Defending champion: Peter Sagan (Slk). Among the favourites: Alejandro Valverde (Spa); Simon Yates (GBR); Primoz Roglic (Slo); Gianni Moscon (Ita); Vincenzo Nibali (Ita); Nairo Quintana (Col); Miguel Angel Lopez (Col); Julian Alaphilippe (Fra); Romain Bardet (Fra); Thibaut Pinot (Fra); Steven Kruijswijk (Ned); Dan Martin (Irl); Michal Kwiatkowski (Pol); Tim Wellens (Bel), Peter Sagan (Slk).

::Innsbruck-Tirol Rad WM 2018 - Press Release::




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