British squad for Euro road champs announced

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British Cycling has named its under-23 and junior squads for the 2011 European Road Race Championships, which take place in Offida, Italy, over July 14-17.

The under-23 men's road race team is particularly strong and should put in a good performance on the 179.4km route on Sunday, July 17.

"The strength of talent we currently have within the under-23 male riders means we've been able to select a strong squad for the U23 Men's Road Race and Time Trial," commented GB performance manager Shane Sutton.

"Every rider on the team has produced good results on the road both domestically and abroad this year.

"From a junior point of view, the Olympic Development Programme for the Endurance riders this year has had a track focus and so we're only sending a small team to the road event so as to not compromise the performance at the European Track Championships which fall a couple of weeks later."

2011 European Road Race Championships: Great Britain team

Under-23 men's road race

Andy Fenn

Jonathan McEvoy

Tom Moses

Joe Perrett

Luke Rowe

Erick Rowsell

Scott Thwaites

Under-23 men's time trial

Andy Fenn

Joe Perrett

Erick Rowsell

Junior men's road race

Grant Ferguson

Matt Holmes

Junior women's time trial

Hannah Barnes

2011 European Road Race Championships: Schedule

Thursday 14 July 2011

10:00, Time trial, Under-23 women, 15.1km

14:00, Time trial, Junior men, 25km

Friday 15 July 2011

10:00, Time trial, Junior women, 15.1km

14:00, Time trial, Under-23 men, 25km

Saturday 16 July 2011

09:00, Road race, Under-23 women, 69km

14:00, Road race, Junior men, 124.2km

Sunday 17 July 2011

09:00, Road race, Junior women, 124.2km

13:00, Road race, Under-23 men, 179.4km

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