2012 Australian Open Road Race Champs

Gerrans wins Australian Road Championship for Green Edge in a last lap thriller

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Results

Result
1 Simon Gerrans (Vic) 4:07:38
2 Matthew Lloyd (Vic) 0:00:02
3 Richie Porte (Tas)
4 Adam Hansen (QLD) 0:01:05
5 William Clarke (Tas) 0:01:09
6 Steele Von Hoff (Vic) 0:01:11
7 Christopher Sutton (NSW)
8 Baden Cooke (Vic)
9 Anthony Giacoppo (WA)
10 Bernard Sulzberger (Tas)

 

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2011 Australian Open Road Race Champs

Bobridge brilliant in Buninyong. Garmin-Cervélo rider takes Australian title ahead of Goss and Gerrans

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Results

Result
1
Jack Bobridge (Norwood CC)
4:12:42
2
Matt Goss (West Tamar CC)
0:00:37
3
Simon Gerrans (Mansfield Mt Buller CC)
4
Bernard Sulzberger (West Tamar CC)
5
Lachlan Norris (MTBA)
6
Cameron Meyer (Midland CC)
7
Travis Meyer (Midland CC)
8
Matt Wilson (Chelsea & Peninsula CC)
0:01:22
9
Nathan Earle (Hobart Wheelers)
10
Timothy Roe (Norwood CC)
0:01:37
11
Leigh Howard (Geelong Cycle Club)
12
Baden Cooke (Carnegie Caulfield CC)
13
Steele Von Hoff (Chelsea & Peninsula CC)
14
Allan Davis (Bundaberg Cycle Club)
15
Michael Matthews (Vikings CC ACT)

2010 UCI World Champs – Time Trial

Cancellara takes record breaking fourth time trial title

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Results

Result
1 Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland) 0:58:09
2 David Millar (Great Britain) 0:01:02
3 Tony Martin (Germany) 0:01:12
4 Richie Porte (Australia) 0:01:19
5 Michael Rogers (Australia) 0:02:25
6 Koos Moerenhout (Netherlands) 0:02:40
7 Luis Leon Sanchez Gil (Spain) 0:02:44
8 David Zabriskie (United States Of America) 0:02:51
9 Maciej Bodnar (Poland) 0:03:00
10 Gustav Larsson (Sweden) 0:03:01

2010 Herald Sun World Cycling Classic Ballarat

Italy’s Filippo Pozzato won the 2010 Herald Sun World Cycling Classic Ballarat – the main lead-up race to the the elite men’s world road race.

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Full Results

Result
1 Filippo Pozzato (Italy) 3:01:09
2 Maciej Bodnar (Poland)
3 Carlos Oyarzun Guinez (Chile)
4 Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland) 0:00:02
5 Alexander Kristoff (Norway) 0:00:20
6 Giovanni Viscomti (Italy)
7 Sylwester Janiszewske (Poland)
8 Denys Kostyuk (Ukraine)
9 Daniel Schorn (Austria)
10 Michal Golas (Poland)
11 Michael Koch (Germany)
12 Peter Sagan (Slovakia)
13 Der Žolt (Serbia)
14 Arnaud Demare (France)
15 Simon Gerrans (Australia)
16 Patrick Shaw (Australia)
17 Adrain Honkisz (Poland)
18 Yannick Eijssen (Belgium)
19 Laurent Didier (Luxembourg)
20 Andras Hofer (Austria)