National Time Trial

Some articles on national time trial, time trial, national, time:

Marta Vilajosana - Palmarès
1998 3rd Spanish National Time Trial Championships 1999 3rd Spanish National Time Trial Championships 2001 1st Stage 3, Vuelta a Castilla y León 2002 3rd Spanish National Time Trial Championships 2005 4th ...
Matt Illingworth - Palmarès - Road
... Calendar, Girvan 3 day 3rd Overall Tour of Normandy 1994 2nd Team time trial, Commonwealth Games 1998 3rd Premier Calendar series 1st Premier Calendar, Silver Spoon 2 day 1st Stage 1, Silver Spoon ...
Mark Jamieson - Palmarès
... Junior 2nd Team Pursuit, World Track Championships - Junior 2nd World Time Trial Championships - Junior 1st Stage 1 Keizer der Juniores Koksijde, Juniors, Handzame (BEL) 1st General Classification ...
Linda Villumsen - Palmarès
... Sources 2005 2nd Danish National Road Race Championships 3rd Danish National Time Trial Championships 2nd New Zealand World Cup 2nd Damesronde van Drenthe 1st Alblasserdam 2006 1st European ...
United States National Time Trial Championships
... The United States National Time Trial Championships are held annually to decide the American champions in this discipline, across various age and gender categories ... cycling jersey which is red, white and blue, just like the national flag, these colors can be worn by the rider at other time trialling events in the country to show their status as ... the past, professional riders were included in the United States Cycling Federation's Elite Men's National Time Trial Championship event ...

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