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WORLD ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS - JUNIOR MEN'S ITT
 
By Fabio
Date: 10/9/2002
WORLD ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS - JUNIOR MEN'S ITT
 

Russian Mikhail Ignatiev is the new JUNIOR ITT World Champion. The 17-year-old boy won the title on Wedsnesday in Zolder, when he clicked a time of 28'30"37, beating Australia's Mark Jamieson (28'40"74) by about then seconds.

After gold and silver yesterday, Italy completed an hat-trick of medals by taking the bronze in this race, thanks to national champion Vincenzo Nibali, who set a time of 28'56"36, more than 4 seconds better than the one of race favorite Thomas Dekker (Holland - 29'00"55).

Surprising Colombian Rafael Infantino (29'10"30) ranked fifth, while the other Aussie in the competition, Richard Moffatt from NSW (29'30281) finished just outside the TOP 10. Fifteenth place for American Tyler Farrar (29'38"26), while Stephen Roche's son Nicholas (30'21"74), despite wearing what's probably the best jersey around, finished far away from the top spots.

JUNIOR MEN'S IND. TIME TRIAL - FULL RESULTS

1. Mikhail Ignatiev (Russia) 28'30.37 (49.04 km/h)

2. Mark Jamieson (Australia) - at - at 10.36

3. Vincenzo Nibali (Italy) - at 25.98

4. Thomas Dekker (Holland) - at 30.17

5. Rafael Infantino Abreu (Colombia) - at 39.92

6. Thomas Lövkvist (Sweden) - at 44.18

7. Jukka Vastaranta (Finland) - at 45.03

8. Dmitry Kozontchouk (Russia) - at 50.92

9. Roberto Traficante (Italy) - at 57.12

10. Matej Jurco (Slovakia) - at 58.20

11. Richard Moffatt (Australia) - at 1'00.43

12. Mateusz Taciak (Poland) - at 1'02.69

13. Vitaliy Kondrut (Ukraine) - at 1'03.17

14. Guillaume Ledinahet (France) - at 1'03.73

15. Tyler Farrar (USA) - at 1'07.88

16. Patryk Bonda (Poland) - at 1'17.41

17. Andreas Finnerup (Denmark) - at 1'23.60

18. Martin Mortensen (Denmark) - at 1'24.05

19. Thierry Hupond (France) - at 1'24.47

20. Jesper Ingevaldsson (Sweden) - at 1'25.74

21. Huub Duyn (Holland) - at 1'27.11

22. Daryl Impey (South Africa) - at 1'30.56

23. Richard Ondryas (Czech Rep.) - at 1'32.67

24. Aldis Abolins (Latvia) - at 1'33.96

25. Heinrich Haussler (Germany) - at 1'35.34

26. Felix Gniot (Germany) - at 1'36.01

27. Andriy Kutalo (Ukraine) - at 1'38.51

28. Alexey Kolessov (Kazakhstan) - at 1'42.08

29. Ignas Konovalovas (Lithuania) - at 1'43.07

30. Theo Hardwick (Ireland) - at 1'47.83

31. Andrei Kunitski (Belarus) - at 1'48.80

32. Jurgen Roelandts (Belgium) - at 1'49.68

33. Nicholas Roche (Ireland) - at 1'51.36

34. Juan Carlos Fernandez Mora (Spain) - at 1'54.75

35. Harald Andre Moen (Norway) - at 1'55.70

36. José Mendes (Portugal) - at 1'57.01

37. Zakhary Grabowski (USA) - at 2'01.80

38. Eckard Bergh (South Africa) - at 2'01.84

39. Ikeda Takeshi (Japan) - at 2'05.40

40. Leonard Snoeks (Norway) - at 2'06.37

41. Peter Velits (Slovakia) - at 2'06.86

42. Badr Al-Yassien (Saudi Arabia) - at 2'09.19

43. Gonzalo Rabunal Rios (Spain) - at 2'09.25

44. Arturs Ansons (Latvia) - at 2'09.33

45. Mario Ickx (Belgium) - at 2'12.92

46. Sergey Danniker (Kazakhstan) - at 2'13.01

47. Stefan Kushlev (Bulgaria) - at 2'14.19

48. Leon Makarovic (Slovenia) - at 2'19.98

49. Manuel Rhyn (Switzerland) - at 2'21.21

50. Ruslan Sambris (Moldova) - at 2'25.94

51. Constantin Barcaci (Moldova) - at 2'27.79

52. Egidijus Matuliauskas (Lithuania) - at 2'29.52

53. Christopher Penketh (Great Britain) - at 2'31.22

54. Filipe Cardoso (Portugal) - at 2'31.84

55. Ryan Connor (Great Britain) - at 2'32.94

56. Bogdan Stoytchev (Bulgaria) - at 2'35.86

57. Cameron Evans (Canada) - at 2'42.58

58. Grega Bole (Slovenia) - at 2'47.39

59. Diego Diaz Pretel (Colombia) - at 2'50.54

60. Andrew Davidson (Canada) - at 2'59.08

61. Valeriy Dmitriyev (Kazakhstan) - at 2.59.28

62. Juha-Matti Alaluusua (Finland) - at 3'01.52

63. Andrei Hauryliuk (Belarus) - at 3'13.27

64. Manolis Karibidis (Greece) - at 3'13.43

65. Abundio Guerrero (Mexico) - at 3'28.27

66. Martin Kohler (Switzerland) - at 3'32.62

67. Michal Kollert (Czech R.) - at 3'53.54

68. Yair Caspi (Israel) - at 4'21.17

69. Nikolaos Kaloudakis (Greece) - at 5'13.81

70. Filiberto Herrera (Mexico) - at 5'50.40

 
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