The 2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships take place in Florence, Italy, from Sunday September 22 to Sunday September 29.
The championships comprise team time trials (TTT), individual time trials (ITT) and road races (RR).
Junior men and women; under-23 men; and elite men and women take part in ITT and RR disciplines, with the TTT being contested by trade teams rather than nations.
RR and ITT winners earn the right to wear the coveted rainbow jersey of world champion when taking part in that discipline for a year.
Here, we keep track of who has won what...
Medal table by event
|Women's TTT||Specialized Lululemon||Rabo Women||Orica-AIS|
|Men's TTT||Omega Pharma-QuickStep||Orica-GreenEdge||Sky|
|Junior women ITT||Severine Eraud (France)||Alexandria Nicholls (Australia)||Alexandra Manly (Australia)|
|Under-23 men ITT||Damien Howson (Australia)||Yoann Paillot (France)||Lasse Hansen (Denmark)|
|Junior men ITT||Igor Decraene (Belgium)||Mathias Krigbaum (Denmark)||Zeke Mostov (USA)|
|Elite women ITT||Ellen van Dijk (Netherlands)||Linda Villumsen (New Zealand)||Carmen Small (USA)|
|Elite men ITT||Tony Martin (Germany)||Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain)||Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland)|
|Junior women RR||Amalie Diderikson (Denmark)||Anastasiia Iakovenko (Russia)||Olava Demydova (Ukraine)|
|Under-23 men RR||Matej Mohoric (Slovenia)||Louis Meintjes (RSA)||Sondre Enger (Norway)|
|Junior men RR||Mathieu van der Poel (Netherlands)||Mads Pedersen (Denmark)||Iltjan Nika (Albania)|
|Elite women RR||Marianne Vos (Netherlands)||Emma Johansson (Sweden)||Rossella Ratto (Italy)|
|Elite men RR||Rui Costa (Portugal)||Joaquim Rodriguez (Spain)||Alejandro Valverde (Spain)|
Medal table by nation
Excludes results for team time trials
Road World Championships 2013: Coverage index
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