Rio 2016 Olympic Games time trial start times

Start times for the men's and women's time trials in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on Wednesday, August 10

Tony Martin
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The men's and women's individual time trials at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games both take place on Wednesday, August 10.

The women start first, with the first rider off – Anna Plichta of Poland – departing at 8.30am local time (12:30pm UK time).

Riders then set off at one and a half minute intervals, with defending Olympic champion Kristin Armstrong (USA) last woman off at 9.06am (1.06pm UK time).

There's then a short break before the first man takes to the time trial route – Dan Craven (Namibia) at 10am (2pm UK time). The riders are again set off at one and a half minute intervals, but there are two waves, with a short break in between.

Tour de France champion Chris Froome (Great Britain) is the last rider of the day at 30 seconds past 11.40am (3.40pm and 30 seconds UK time)

>>> Rio 2016 Olympic Games men's time trial start list

>>> Rio 2016 Olympic Games women's time trial start list

>>> Rio 2016 Olympic Time Trial and Road Race: route, map and schedule

Times given are local time, UK time in brackets.

Women

08:30:00 (12:30:00) Anna Plichta (Poland)

08:31:30 (12:31:30) Lotte Kopecky (Belgium)

08:33:00 (12:33:00) Christine Majerus (Luxembourg)

08:34:30 (12:34:30) Eri Yonamine (Japan)

08:36:00 (12:36:00) Vita Heine (Norway)

08:37:30 (12:37:30) Lotta Lepisto (Finland)

08:39:00 (12:39:00) Audrey Cordon (France)

08:40:30 (12:40:30) Tara Whitten (Canada)

08:42:00 (12:42:00) Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Poland)

08:43:30 (12:43:30) Alena Amialiusik (Belarus)

08:45:00 (12:45:00) Emma Pooley (Great Britain)

08:46:30 (12:46:30) Karol-Ann Canuel (Canada)

08:48:00 (12:48:00) Ann-Sophie Duyck (Belgium)

08:49:30 (12:49:30) Trixi Worrack (Germany)

08:51:00 (12:51:00) Katrin Garfoot (Australia)

08:52:30 (12:52:30) Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (RSA)

08:54:00 (12:54:00) Elisa Longo Borghini (Italy)

08:55:30 (12:55:30) Ganna Solovei (Ukraine)

08:57:00 (12:57:00) Ellen van Dijk (Netherlands)

08:58:30 (12:58:30) Evelyn Stevens (USA)

09:00:00 (13:00:00) Olga Zabelinskaya (Russia)

09:01:30 (13:01:30) Lisa Brennauer (Germany)

09:03:00 (13:03:00) Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands)

09:04:30 (13:04:30) Linda Villumsen (New Zealand)

09:06:00 (13:06:00) Kristin Armstrong (USA)

Men

Wave 1

10:00:00 (14:00:00) Dan Craven (Namibia)

10:01:30 (14:01:30) Youcef Reguigui (Algeria)

10:03:00 (14:03:00) Ahmet Orken (Turkey)

10:04:30 (14:04:30) Ghader Mizbani (Iran)

10:06:00 (14:06:00) Mouhssine Lahsaini (Morocco)

10:07:30 (14:07:30) Yonathan Monsalve (Venezuela)

10:09:00 (14:09:00) Pavel Kochetkov (Russia)

10:10:30 (14:10:30) Eduardo Sepulveda (Argentina)

10:12:00 (14:12:00) Christopher Juul-Jensen (Denmark)

10:13:30 (14:13:30) Georg Preidler (Austria)

10:15:00 (14:15:00) Alexis Vuillermoz (France)

10:16:30 (14:16:30) Andriy Grivko (Ukraine)

10:18:00 (14:18:00) Simon Geschke (Germany)

10:19:30 (14:19:30) Brent Bookwalter (USA)

10:21:00 (14:21:00) Andrey Zeits (Kazakhstan)

10:22:30 (14:22:30) Damiano Caruso (Italy)

10:24:00 (14:24:00) Leopold Konig (Czech Republic)

10:25:30 (14:25:30) Michal Kwiatkowski (Poland)

10:27:00 (14:27:00) Tim Wellens (Belgium)

Wave 2

11:15:00 (15:15:00) Edvald Boasson Hagen (Norway)

11:16:30 (15:16:30) Hugo Houle (Canada)

11:18:00 (15:18:00) Geraint Thomas (Great Britain)

11:19:30 (15:19:30) Julian Alaphilippe (France)

11:21:00 (15:21:00) Primoz Roglic (Slovenia)

11:22:30 (15:22:30) Jonathan Castroviejo (Spain)

11:24:00 (15:24:00) Kanstantsin Siutsou (Belarus)

11:25:30 (15:25:30) Maciej Bodnar (Poland)

11:27:00 (15:27:00) Jan Barta (Czech Republic)

11:28:30 (15:28:30) Nelson Oliveira (Portugal)

11:30:00 (15:30:00) Rohan Dennis (Australia)

11:34:30 (15:34:30) Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland)

11:36:00 (15:36:00) Tony Martin (Germany)

11:37:30 (15:37:30) Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus)

11:39:00 (15:39:00) Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands)

11:40:30 (15:40:30) Chris Froome (Great Britain)

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