Team Specialized–lululemon - National, European & World Champions

National, European & World Champions

2004
1st United States Road Race Championships, Kristin Armstrong
2005
1st United States Time Trial Championships, Kristin Armstrong
2008
1st Australia Road Race Championship, Oenone Wood
1st Denmark TimeTrial Championship, Linda Villumsen
1st Denmark Road Championship, Linda Villumsen
1st Road Championship, Emilia Fahlin
1st Germany Road Championship, Luise Keller
2009
1st Sweden Time Trial Championship, Emilia Fahlin
1st Denmark Time Trial Championship, Linda Villumsen
1st Denmark Road Race Championship, Linda Villumsen
1st Germany Road Race Championship, Ina-Yoko Teutenberg
1st European Time Trial Championships (U23), Ellen van Dijk
2010
1st Time Trial Championship, Emilia Fahlin
1st United States Time Trial Championship, Evelyn Stevens
1st Germany Time Trial Championship, Judith Arndt
2011
1st World Time Trial Championship, Judith Arndt
1st Time Trial Championship, Emilia Fahlin
1st United States Time Trial Championship, Evelyn Stevens
1st Germany Time Trial Championship, Judith Arndt
1st Germany Road Championship, Ina-Yoko Teutenberg
2012
1st Dutch Time Trial Championship, Ellen van Dijk
1st World Team Time Trial Championship, Ellen van Dijk, Charlotte Becker, Amber Neben, Evelyn Stevens, Ina-Yoko Teutenberg, Trixi Worrack
2013
1st United States Time Trial Championship, Carmen Small

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