Gold medalist Oskar Svendsen (C) of Norway, silver medalist Matej Mohoric (L) of Slovenia and bronze medalist Maximilian Schachmann (R) of Germany pose on the podium of the Men's Junior Time Trial of the Cycling World Championships in Valkenburg, Netherla - dpa

Svendsen wins junior ITT gold

Svendsen wins junior ITT gold

By Eurosport
Last update 17/09/2012 at 23:27 - Published on 17/09/2012 at 18:41
By Eurosport - 17/09/2012 at 23:27

Norway's Oskar Svendsen won the junior men's time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Limburg.

He completed the 26.6km course between Landgraaf and Valkenburg in 35 minutes and 34 seconds, beating Slovenian Matej Mohoric and German Maximilian Schachmann.

Brits Jon Dibben and Tao Geoghegan Hart were 17th and 35th respectively.

The likes of Taylor Phinney, Marcel Kittel and Mikhail Ignatiev have won this title in the past decade.


1 Oskar Svendsen (Norway) 35:34

2 Matej Mohoric (Slovenia) 7'

3 Maximilian Schachmann (Germany) 11'

4 Alexander Morga (Australia) 12'

5 Mathias Krigbaum (Denmark) 13'

6 Nathan Van Hoydonck (Belgium) 19'

7 Brent Luickx (Belgium) 20'

8 Mads Schmidt Wurtz (Denmark) 21'

9 Ryan Mulen (Ireland) 26'

10 TJ Einsenhart (United States) 26'

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