UCI World Championships 2009: Live men's time trial coverage

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We will be covering Thursday's 2009 UCI World Championships men's time trial action with live text updates throughout the day.

Today's schedule (local time):

11:30-17:00: Individual time trial - Elite men, 49.8km

Press the 'watch now' button in the box below to activate the live feed.

We welcome you to add your own comments in the box below, and we'll do our best to answer your questions.

Cycling Weekly's live coverage of the men's time trial World Championships 2009 starts on the morning of Thursday, September 24.

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Reports

Under-23 Men Time Trial

Women's and under-23 men's time trials as they happened

Photos

Women's Time Trial gallery by Graham Watson

Under-23 Men Time Trial gallery by Graham Watson

External links

Road World Championships 2009 official website

 

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