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National Championships 2022 ***Spoilers***

notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
edited 21 June in Pro race
Here's a list on PCS. Some are currently missing, but chances are if it happens, it'll be added at some point.

With it being pre-Tour week most of the big cycling nations will be awarding jerseys in due course.
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  • notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
    Rein Taaramäe won the Estonian ITT for a sixth time, pipping Tanel Kangert by less than a second
  • r0bhr0bh Posts: 1,633
    You'll be shocked - shocked! - to hear that Ganna wins the Italian ITT
  • notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
    Maciej Bodnar wins his eighth Polish ITT. Not quite Tony Martin-levels of nationals dominance, but that's a pretty big tally.

    Erik Fetter and Blanka Vas win the Hungarian time trials
  • andypandyp Posts: 8,912
    Bauke Mollema beats Tom Dumoulin to take the Dutch TT champs. Don't think anyone was expecting that, were they?
  • ProssPross Posts: 32,001
    Not sure Dumoulin has fully committed to coming back from his sabbatical based on his performances since although TTs had been OK. At least now the Dutch jersey will be seen at the start of next season.
  • specialgueststarspecialgueststar Posts: 3,374
    andyp said:

    Bauke Mollema beats Tom Dumoulin to take the Dutch TT champs. Don't think anyone was expecting that, were they?

    No but yes.But no
  • notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
    With one Van retired and another Van skipping it, Ellen van Dijk ensures the Dutch TT jersey goes out of circulation until at least the Worlds.

    Just as surprising an outcome was Elisa Longo Borghini keeping hold of the Italian tricolore.
  • andypandyp Posts: 8,912
    Leo Hayter retains his u23 national TT title.
  • JimD666JimD666 Posts: 906
    andyp said:

    Leo Hayter retains his u23 national TT title.

    Having a good couple of weeks :)

    Anyone seeing the UK RR(W/M) on GCN? According to BC they're showing it but can only see the crit races
  • webboowebboo Posts: 4,312
    On the Eurosport Iplayer which I think is the same as GCN has both crits on Friday and both road races Sunday.
  • orraloonorraloon Posts: 10,068
    Crit tomorrow Friday and RR Sunday showing on ES player. Men' and women's.
  • notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
    edited 23 June
    Remco Evenepoel and Lotte Kopecky win the Belgian ITTs

    Think that's Evenepoel's first senior nationals jersey, helped by WVA's absence.

    Given the Swiss ITT winners (Joel Suter / Elena Hartmann) I presume Kueng and Reusser weren't entered.

    Pfeiffer Georgi won the GB U23 ITT, getting 0:12 on Elynor Backstedt and 1:20+ on everyone else. Leo Hayter's winning margin would have been bigger than 0:17 but for a bike change
  • andypandyp Posts: 8,912
    Good day for the Hayter family, as now Ethan retains his national ITT title.
  • notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
    edited 23 June
    He beat Dan Bigham by 1:14, so a bigger margin than last year.

    He'll win a rainbow jersey at some point. Heck, next year's Worlds course will probably replicate some of today's course.
  • notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
    edited 23 June
    Bruno Armirail and Audrey Cordon-Ragot win the French ITTs
  • DeadCalmDeadCalm Posts: 3,897

    Audrey Cordgon-Ragot

    andyp said:

    Leo Hayter retains his u23 national TT title.

    Saw a Colombian (I think) YouTube channel touting him as the next Chris Froome. So, who is going to start the "Should Leo Hayter swallow his pride and retire" thread?
    Team My Man 2022:

    Antwan Tolhoek, Sam Oomen, Tom Dumoulin, Thymen Arensman, Remco Evenepoel, Benoît Cosnefroy, Tom Pidcock, Mark Cavendish, Romain Bardet
  • notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
    edited 23 June
    Not sure what happened to Anna Henderson, but Joss Lowden succeeds her as GB champ.

    Mathias and Emma of the Norsgaard clan win the Danish titles. I know it's been a while now but the notion of Scandinavian riders in Movistar still feels a bit odd.
  • No_Ta_DoctorNo_Ta_Doctor Posts: 11,341
    Double Norsgaard in the Danish TT, Emma and Mathias keeping it in the family
    “Road racing was over and the UCI had banned my riding positions on the track, so it was like ‘Jings, crivvens, help ma Boab, what do I do now? I know, I’ll go away and be depressed for 10 years’.”

    @DrHeadgear

    The Vikings are coming!
  • notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
    Felix Großschartner and Christina Schweinberger win the Austrian ITTs; the latter (by a second) pipped Anna Kiesenhofer, who essentially TTd into cycling folklore last year
  • kingstongrahamkingstongraham Posts: 20,347
    Netherlands men's road race today, 11 riders from Jumbo Visma.

    I like this sign on the converted landfill site they'll be going up lots of times:

    Finish is just past this climb, which has two sections - 500m @7% (max 24%) and 200m @ 12%. Could make an interesting race.

    I believe live streaming is available.
  • notquite6footnotquite6foot Posts: 224
    Biniam Prosecco Girmay wins the Eritrean ITT on his return to racing

    Ben Healy wins the Irish ITT, his first win in EF colours
  • roscoeroscoe Posts: 168
    orraloon said:

    Crit tomorrow Friday and RR Sunday showing on ES player. Men' and women's.

    Don't see the RR on GCN
  • JimD666JimD666 Posts: 906
    roscoe said:

    orraloon said:

    Crit tomorrow Friday and RR Sunday showing on ES player. Men' and women's.

    Don't see the RR on GCN
    Both have been showing up for me since this morning. 08:50 Start time for the Women and 13:20 for the Men
  • roscoeroscoe Posts: 168
    JimD666 said:

    roscoe said:

    orraloon said:

    Crit tomorrow Friday and RR Sunday showing on ES player. Men' and women's.

    Don't see the RR on GCN
    Both have been showing up for me since this morning. 08:50 Start time for the Women and 13:20 for the Men
    Showing on the app for me now
  • kingstongrahamkingstongraham Posts: 20,347
    Lead group of about 15 in the Netherlands champs has 6 TJV riders in it. Plus Sinkeldam and Taco among others. Clear by 30" with 50km to go.

    Jakobsen desperately trying and failing to get the peloton to work to chase it.
  • kingstongrahamkingstongraham Posts: 20,347
    And the converted landfill has a cobbled climb section on it.
  • kingstongrahamkingstongraham Posts: 20,347
    edited 24 June

    Lead group of about 15 in the Netherlands champs has 6 TJV riders in it. Plus Sinkeldam and Taco among others. Clear by 30" with 50km to go.

    Jakobsen desperately trying and failing to get the peloton to work to chase it.

    17km to go, Hoole has attacked and Eenkhoorn gone with him, got a 35 second gap on the next group of 3 - Teunissen, Oomen and Riesebeek. Group with Taco a few seconds back on them. Peloton nowhere.

    Twice more up the manmade hill to go.
  • kingstongrahamkingstongraham Posts: 20,347
    edited 24 June

    Lead group of about 15 in the Netherlands champs has 6 TJV riders in it. Plus Sinkeldam and Taco among others. Clear by 30" with 50km to go.

    Jakobsen desperately trying and failing to get the peloton to work to chase it.

    17km to go, Hoole has attacked and Eenkhoorn gone with him, got a 35 second gap on the next group of 3 - Teunissen, Oomen and Riesebeek. Group with Taco a few seconds back on them. Peloton nowhere.

    Twice more up the manmade hill to go.
    And Eenkhoorn takes it from Hoole. Tried to break him on the cobbled climb, but finally made it on the last climb of the day. Nice race and proper decent coverage.
  • orraloonorraloon Posts: 10,068
    Tight finish to the women's crit. Who got it? Tick, tock...
  • JimD666JimD666 Posts: 906
    Joise Nelson takes it.
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