Live text coverage: Elite men's World Championship time trial

Live and interactive text coverage of the elite men's time trial from the 2014 Road World Championships in Spain

Tony Martin on stage twenty of the 2014 Tour de France
(Image credit: Graham Watson)

Live Blog Live coverage of the elite men's World Championship time trial by Cycling Weekly

 

We will be covering the elite men's time trial event at the 2014 UCI Road World Championships in Ponferrada, Spain, with live text coverage and interactive chat from around 12.30pm on Wednesday, September 24.

Defending champion Tony Martin (Germany) will come against British hope and last year’s silver medallist, Bradley Wiggins. Former champion and 2013 bronze medallist Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland) is notably absent, and will concentrate on Sunday’s road race.

Martin looks the most convincing of the challengers, and certainly has the haul of 2014 wins to back up his status as world number one against the clock.

The start list numbers 64 riders, starting off at two minute intervals. For more information on the race, take a look at our elite men's time trial preview and start list.

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