Provisional list of riders taking part in the men's time trial on August 10 at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

With the road races completed, attention turns to the individual time trial events at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on Wednesday, August 10.

A total of 40 places are available in the men’s time trial, with a maximum of two places awarded to the top qualifying nations.

The start list, naturally, reads like a who’s who of time trialling with all of the top names present: Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland), Tony Martin (Germany), Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands), Chris Froome (Great Britain), Jonathan Castroviejo (Spain), Taylor Phinney (USA) and world champion Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus) among them.

With Richie Porte (Australia) and Vincenzo Nibali (Italy) withdrawn due to injuries sustained in the road race, British rider Geraint Thomas was handed one of the re-allocated empty places and will join Froome representing GB. Dan Craven (Namibia) was also given a place, and will be first man off – on his road bike.

London 2012 champion Bradley Wiggins is absent, having switched focus to the team pursuit on the track. Martin took silver in 2012, with Froome claiming bronze.

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Algeria

Youcef Reguigui

Argentina

Eduardo Sepulveda

Australia

Rohan Dennis

Austria

Georg Preidler

Belarus

Vasil Kiryienka
Kanstantsin Siutsou

Belgium

Tim Wellens

Canada

Hugo Houle

Czech Republic

Jan Barta
Leopold Konig

Denmark

Christopher Juul-Jensen

France

Julian Alaphilippe
Romain Bardet

Germany

Simon Geschke
Tony Martin

Great Britain

Chris Froome
Geraint Thomas

Iran

Arvin Moazemi

Italy

Damiano Caruso

Kazakhstan

Andrey Zeits

Morocco

Anass Ait El Abdia

Namibia

Daniel Craven

Netherlands

Tom Dumoulin
Wout Poels

Norway

Edvald Boasson Hagen

Poland

Maciej Bodnar
Michal Kwiatkowski

Portugal

Nelson Olveira

Russia

Sergey Chernetskiy

Slovenia

Primoz Roglic

Spain

Jonathan Castroviejo
Jon Izaguirre

Switzerland

Fabian Cancellara

Turkey

Ahmet Orken

Ukraine

Andrei Grivko

USA

Brent Bookwalter
Taylor Phinney

Venezuela

Yonathan Monsalve