Road World Championships 2014: Medal table

Medals by nation, and list of all medals winners in the 2014 UCI Road World Championships

Tony Martin, Sir Bradley Wiggins and Tom Dumoulin on the podium after the Elite Mens TT at the 2014 World Championships
(Image credit: Graham Watson)

With all of the time trial events completed, Australia currently top the 2014 UCI Road Cycling World Championships medal table with four in total, including two golds.

Great Britain currently sits in third place after Bradley Wiggins won the men's individual time trial.

Medals by country

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List of medallists

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Elite men road raceMichal Kwiatkowski (Pol)Simon Gerrans (Aus)Alejandro Valverde (Spa)>>>
Elite women road racePauline Ferrand Prevot (Fra)Lisa Brennauer (Ger)Emma Johansson (Swe)>>>
Junior men road raceJonas Bokeloh (Ger)Alexandr Kulikovskiy (Rus)Peter Lenderink (Ned)>>>
Under-23 men road raceSven Erik Bystrøm (Nor)Caleb Ewan (Aus)Kristoffer Skjerping (Nor)>>>
Junior women road raceAmalie Dideriksen (Den)Sofia Bertizzolo (Ita)Agnieszka Skalniak (Pol)>>>
Elite men time trialBradley Wiggins (GBr)Tony Martin (Ger)Tom Dumoulin (Ned)>>>
Elite women time trialLisa Brennauer (Ger)Hanna Solovey (Ukr)Evelyn Stevens (USA)>>>
Under-23 men time trialCampbell Flakemore (Aus)Ryan Mullen (Irl)Stefan Kueng (Swi)>>>
Junior women time trialMacey Stewart (Aus)Pemille Mathiesen (Den)Anna-Leeza Hull (Aus)>>>
Junior men time trialLennard Kamna (Ger)Adrian Costa (USA)Michael Storer (Aus)>>>
Women team time trialSpecialized-LululemonOrica-AISAstana-Be Pink>>>
Men team time trialBMC RacingOrica-GreenEdgeOmega Pharma-QuickStep>>>

More on the 2014 Road World Championships

Road World Championships 2014: Event schedule

List of events taking place at the 2014 UCI Road World Championships in Ponferrada, Spain, over September 21-28

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