World Championships: women’s individual time trial start times

Full list of riders taking part in the elite women's individual time trial at the 2016 UCI Road World Championships in Doha, Qatar

Anna Van Der Breggen in action during the 2015 Elite Womens TT World Championships
(Image credit: Watson)

The full official start list has been released for the elite women's individual time trial event at the 2016 UCI Road World Championships in Doha, Qatar, on Tuesday, October 11.

There are 41 riders on the start list, with Nada Aljeraiwi of Kuwait the first woman off. Last rider off is Anna van der Breggen of the Netherlands, who was runner-up in 2015.

Great Britain has two riders: Hannah Barnes and British national champion Hayley Simmonds.

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NB: Start times given are local time (Doha, Qatar). Subtract two hours for UK time.

Start timeNoNameNation
13:15:0041ALJERAIWI NadaKUWAIT
13:16:3040KIDANE WehazitERITREA
13:18:0039SUN JiajunPEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
13:19:3038LETH JulieDENMARK
13:21:0037KONONENKO ValeriyaUKRAINE
13:22:3036BARNES HannahGREAT BRITAIN
13:24:0035SANDERS SamanthaSOUTH AFRICA
13:25:3034IAKOVENKO AnastasiiaRUSSIAN FEDERATION
13:27:0033MOHAMED EbtissamEGYPT
13:28:3032TURVEY AnnaIRELAND
13:30:0031FASOI VarvaraGREECE
14:00:0030ALJERAIWI NajlaKUWAIT
14:01:3029DEBESAI MossanaERITREA
14:03:0028INGABIRE BeathaRWANDA
14:04:3027GUO HongPEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
14:06:0026SOMRAT PhetdarinTHAILAND
14:07:3025PAVLUKHINA OlenaAZERBAIJAN
14:09:0024YONAMINE EriJAPAN
14:10:3023WORRACK TrixiGERMANY
14:12:0022VAN VLEUTEN AnnemiekNETHERLANDS
14:13:3021NEBEN AmberUNITED STATES OF AMERICA
14:45:0020UTTRUP LUDWIG CecilieDENMARK
14:46:3019GUTIERREZ RUIZ SheylaSPAIN
14:48:0018SHEKEL OlgaUKRAINE
14:49:3017HANSELMANN NicoleSWITZERLAND
14:51:0016SIMMONDS HayleyGREAT BRITAIN
14:52:3015FAHLIN EmiliaSWEDEN
14:54:0014CECCHINI ElenaITALY
14:55:3013PAWLOWSKA KatarzynaPOLAND
14:57:0012CORDON AudreyFRANCE
14:58:3011VAN DIJK EllenNETHERLANDS
15:30:0010LEPISTO LottaFINLAND
15:31:309CANUEL Karol-AnnCANADA
15:33:008MOOLMAN-PASIO AshleighSOUTH AFRICA
15:34:307SMALL CarmenUNITED STATES OF AMERICA
15:36:006DUYCK Ann-SophieBELGIUM
15:37:305AMIALIUSIK AlenaBELARUS
15:39:004GARFOOT KatrinAUSTRALIA
15:40:303ZABELINSKAYA OlgaRUSSIAN FEDERATION
15:42:002BRENNAUER LisaGERMANY
15:43:301VAN DER BREGGEN AnnaNETHERLANDS
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