Good afternoon and welcome to this live blog.

My name is Willem Haak and I will keep you informed here about the developments at the World Time Trial Championships.



  • World Cycling Championships

  • Time trial for the men

  • Knokke-Heist - Bruges

  • 43 km

  • Start Jos van Emden: 3.43 pm

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Remco Evenepoel has started the time trial!

Can the outsider surprise in his own country?

We'll find out soon.

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Sobrero has overtaken the Lopez in the meantime.

The differences among the first riders of the day are large.

The holes will only get bigger in the future.

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We also see Max Walscheid on the track.

The German finished fifth at the European Time Trial Championships last week.

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Meanwhile, Brandon McNulty has also started his time trial.

Can the American show something?

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Sobrero is 1.04 minutes faster than Lopez at the first measuring point.

A huge difference.

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Italian Matteo Sobrero is the most serious rider on the course so far.

The Italian is the brother-in-law of Filippo Ganna and regularly trains with the reigning world champion.

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In a few minutes, Lopez will arrive at the first measuring point, which is 13.8 km from the start.

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The time trial starts with a few relatively unknown names.

At 15.05.30 the first contender for the overall victory will start with Stefan Bissegger.

Immediately after him, Remco Evenepoel rolls off the starting podium.

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START!

We are on the way.

Christoffer Jurado Lopez has started his time trial.

From now on, the riders will start every one and a half minutes.

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Remco Evenepoel is one of the favorites for the overall victory.

Together with Wout van Aert, the all-rounder is driving a home race today.

What is striking: never before has a Belgian won the World Time Trial Championship.

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AuthorBelgian Cycling TeamMoment of places11: 32 - September 19, 2021

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A minute silence is taking place today ahead of the start of the Men Elite ITT, in memory of Chris Anker Sorensen who sadly passed away yesterday.RIP Chris 💙

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AuthorUCIMoment of places12: 25 - September 19, 2021

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We start in fifteen minutes.

At 2.40 pm the Panamanian Christoffer Jurado Lopez is the first rider on the course.

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No one could match Primoz Roglic's time trial at the Olympics.

He took the gold medal there.

Today, Ganna, Van Aert and the rest don't have to worry about the Slovenian, who has decided not to start after a busy and full season.

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The field of participants for the World Time Trial Championships will soon be very strong.

Yet there are three major absentees: Tom Dumoulin had to cancel due to a broken wrist, while Rohan Dennis is also missing.

The Australian federation has chosen not to set up a time trialist.

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The billiard-level course of the time trial at the World Cycling Championships.

Last year, Filippo Ganna stood head and shoulders above the competition.

Will Wout van Aert succeed in dethroning the Italian today?

#flanders2021 ME🚩 Knokke-Heist🏁 Bruges🚴🏻‍♂️ 43 KmWeather: ☁ 19°C, overcast cloudsRoute: https://t.co/HR3HDjfw93

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AuthorLa Flamme RougeMoment of places08: 46 - September 19, 2021

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Time trial specialist Tony Martin stops because safety in cycling has not improved

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The start times of some favorites at a glance:



3:07 PM – Remco Evenepoel


3:08 PM – Edoardo Affini


3:31 PM – Ryan Mullen


3:43 PM – Jos van Emden


3:46 PM – Josef Cerny


3:50 PM – Tony Martin


3:58 PM – Tadej Pogacar


3:59 PM – Remi Cavagna


4.01 pm – Kasper Asgreen


4.02 pm – Stefan Kung


4.04 pm – Wout van Aert


4.05 pm – Filippo Ganna

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The World Cycling Championships start today.

On the program: the time trial for the men.

We start at 2.40 pm, after which the riders leave every one and a half minutes.

Panamanian Christofer Jurado Lopez will soon take the lead.

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