Wednesday, October 7, 2015

2015 UCI Road World Championships

Dates: 19-27 September 2015.
Host: Richmond, United States.

(Note: 1 gold, 2 silver, 3 bronze)

MEN'S CATEGORY MEDAL WINNERS

Men's elite road race:
1. Peter Sagan (Slovakia) (Tinkoff-Saxo)
2. Michael Matthews (Australia) (Orica-GreenEDGE)
3. Ramunas Navardauskas (Lithuania) (Cannondale-Garmin)

Men's elite individual time trial:
1. Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus) (Team Sky)
2. Adriano Malori (Italy) (Movistar Team)
3. Jerome Coppel (France) (IAM Cyling)

Men's elite team time trial:
1. BMC Racing Team (United States)
2. Etixx-Quick Step (Belgium)
3. Movistar Team (Spain)

Men's under-23 individual time trial:
1. Kevin Ledanois (France) (Bretagne-Seche Environment)
2. Simone Conconni (Italy) (Team Colpax)
3. Anthony Turgis (France) (Cofidis)

Men's under-23 team time trial:
1. Mads Wurtz Schmidt (Denmark) (Team Cult Energy)
2. Maximilian Schachmann (Germany) (AWT Greenway)
3. Lennard Kamna (Germany) (Team Stolting)

Men's junior road race:
1. Felix Gall (Austria)
2. Clement Betovigt-Suire (France)
3. Rasmus Pedersen (Denmark)

Men's junior individual time trial:
1. Leo Appelt (Germany)
2. Adrien Costa (United States)
3. Brandon McNulty (United States)

WOMEN'S CATEGORY MEDAL WINNERS

Women's elite road race:
1. Lizzie Armitstead (Great Britain) (Boels-Dolmans)
2. Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands) (Rabo-Liv)
3. Megan Gaurnier (United States) (Boels-Dolmans)

Women's individual time trial:
1. Linda Villumsen (New Zealand) (UnitedHealthcare)
2. Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands) (Rabo-Liv)
3. Lisa Brennauer (Germany) (Velocio-SRAM)

Women's team time trial:
1. Velocio-SRAM (Germany)
2. Boels-Dolmans (Netherlands)
3. Rabo-Liv (Netherlands)

Women's junior road race:
1. Chloe Dygert (United States)
2. Emma White (United States)
3. Agnieszka Skalniak (Poland)

Women's junior individual time trial:
1. Chloe Dygert (United States)
2. Emma White (United States)
3. Anna-Leeza Hull (Australia)

Cyclists of TTT events:

BMC Racing
- Rohan Dennis (United States)
- Silvan Dillier (Switzerland)
- Stefan Kung (Switzerland)
- Daniel Oss (Italy)
- Taylor Phinney (United States)
- Manuel Quinziato (Italy)

Etixx-Quick Step
- Tom Boonen (Belgium)
- Michal Kwiatkowski (Poland)
- Yves Lampaert (Belgium)
- Tony Martin (Germany)
- Niki Terpstra (Netherlands)
- Rigoberto Uran (Colombia)

Movistar Team
- Andrey Amador (Spain)
- Jonathan Castronejo (Spain)
- Alex Dowsett (Great Britain)
- Jon Izagirre (Spain)
- Adriano Malori (Italy)
- Jasha Sutterlin (Germany)

Velocio-SRAM
- Alena Amialiusik (Belarus)
- Lisa Brennauer (Germany)
- Karol-Ann Canuel (Canada)
- Barbara Gaurischi (Italy)
- Mieke Kroger (Germany)
- Trixi Worrack (Germany)

Boels-Dolmans
- Lizzie Armitstead (Great Britain)
- Chantal Blaak (Netherlands)
- Christine Majerus (Luxembourg)
- Katarzyna Pawlowska (Poland)
- Evelyn Stevens (United States)
- Ellen van Dijk (Netherlands)

Rabo-Liv
- Lucinda Brand (Netherlands)
- Thalita de Jong (Netherlands)
- Shara Gillow (Australia)
- Roxane Knetermann (Germany)
- Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Poland)
- Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands)

Monday, September 21, 2015

2015 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championship

Dates: 15-20 September 2015
Host: London, Great Britain

Men's medalists (1 = gold, 2 = silver, 3 = bronze)

C-1:
1. David Florence (Great Britain)
2. Benjamin Savsek (Slovenia)
3. Ryan Westley (Great Britain)

C-1 Team:
1. Michal Martikan/Alexander Slafkovsky/Matej Benus (Slovakia)
2. Sideris Tasiadis/Nico Bettge/Franz Anton (Germany)
3. Benjamin Savsek/Luka Bozic/Jure Lenarcic (Slovenia)

C-2:
1. Franz Anton/Jan Benzien (Germany)
2. Pierre Picco/Hugo Biso (France)
3. Gauthier Klauss/Matthieu Peche (France)

C-2 Team:
1. P. Picco/H. Biso/G. Klauss/M. Peche/Y. Prigent/L. Kervella (France)
2. F. Anton/J. Benzien/R. Behling/T. Becker/Ka. Muller/Ke. Muller (Germany)
3. D. Florence/R. Hounslow/M. Proctor/E. Stott/A. Burgess/G. Pitt (Great Britain)

K-1:
1. Jiri Prskavec (Czech Republic)
2. Mateusz Polaczyk (Poland)
3. Michal Smolen (United States)

K-1 Team:
1. J. Prskavec/V. Hradilek/O. Tunka (Czech Republic)
2. M. Halcin/A. Malek/J. Grigar (Slovakia)
3. R. Hounslow/J. Clarke/B. Forbes-Cryans (United States)

Women's medalists (1 = gold, 2 = silver, 3 = bronze)

C-1:
1. Jessica Fox (Australia)
2. Katerina Hoskova (Czech Republic)
3. Nuria Vilarrubla (Spain)

C-1 Team:
1. J. Fox/R. Lawrence/A. Borrows (Australia)
2. K. Hoskova/M. Jancova/T. Fiserova (Czech Republic)
3. J. Schmid/V. Wolffhardt/N. Weratschnig (Austria)

K-1:
1. Katerina Kudejova (Czech Republic)
2. Ricarda Funk (Germany)
3. Melanie Pfeifer (Germany)

K-1 Team:
1. K. Kudejova/V. Vojtova/S. Hilgerova (Czech Republic)
2. F. Pennie/K. Woods/E. Neave (Great Britain)
3. C. Bouzidi/M. Lafont/E. Fer (France)