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Worlds: Junior Men / Elite Women TT: Villumsen At Last; Appelt Golden

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  1. Leo Appelt (Germany) 0:37:45.01 [Gold medal and jersey]
  2. Adrien Costa (USA) 0:00:17.22 [Silver medal]
  3. Brandon McNulty (USA) 0:00:59.74 [Broze medal]
  4. Keagan Girdlestone (RSA) 0:01:07.73
  5. Gino Mader (Switzerland) 0:01:11.38
  6. Jasper Philipsen (Belgium) 0:01:22.48
  7. Niklas Larsen (Denmark) 0:01:34.70
  8. Tobias Foss (Norway) 0:01:35.73
  9. Ilya Gorbushin (Kazakhstan) 0:01:52.67
  10. Alexys Brunel (France) 0:01:52.82

Elite Women's ITT:

  1. Linda Villumsen (New Zealand) 0:40:30 [Gold medal and jersey]
  2. Anna Van Der Breggen (Netherlands) 0:00:03 [Silver medal]
  3. Lisa Brennauer (Germany) 0:00:05 [Bronze medal]
  4. Katrin Garfoot (Australia) 0:00:09
  5. Kristin Armstrong (United States Of America) 0:00:21
  6. Evelyn Stevens (United States Of America) 0:00:27
  7. Ellen Van Dijk (Netherlands) 0:00:55
  8. Alena Amialiusik (Belarus) 0:01:06
  9. Ann-Sofie Duyck (Belgium) 0:01:19
  10. Trixi Worrack (Germany) 0:01:19


richmond TT
Junior Men 30 km / Elite Women 30 km (2 laps) TT

Another double TT day. Junior women start at 09:30 (15:30 CEST) and U23 men at 13:30 (19:30 CEST). Both do two laps of the circuit.

Random picks of the Day : Michael Storer & Anna van der Breggen
An Aussie has to win at least one TT right? Then it's going to have to be Storer. And Anna vdB is just winning everything she sets her mind to this year.

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