Road World Championships 2011: Medal table

Wiggins, Martin, Cancellara, Elite men time trial, Road World Championships 2011

The 2011 UCI Road World Championships take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, over September 19-25, 2011.

On this page we keep track of who has won what.

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Junior women TTJessica Allen (Aus)Elinor Barker (GBr)Mieke Kroger (Ger)
Under-23 men TTLuke Durbridge (Aus)Rasmus Quaade (Den)Michael Hepburn (Aus)
Junior men TTMads Wurtz Schmidt (Den)James Oram (NZ)David Edwards (Aus)
Elite women TTJudith Arndt (Ger)Linda Villumsen (NZ)Emma Pooley (GBr)
Elite men TTTony Martin (Ger)Bradley Wiggins (GBr)Fabian Cancellara (Swi)
Junior women RRLucy Garner (GBr)Jessy Druyts (Bel)Christina Siggaard (Den)
Under-23 men RRArnaud Demare (Fra)Adrien Petit (Fra)Andrew Fenn (GBr)
Junior men RRPierre-Henri Lecuisinier (Fra)Martijn Degreve (Bel)Steven Lammertink (Ned)
Elite women RRGiorgia Bronzini (Ita)Marianne Vos (Ned)Ina Teutenberg (Ger)
Elite men RRMark Cavendish (GBr)Matt Goss (Aus)Andre Greipel (Ger)
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Great Britain2226
New Zealand0202

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