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2014 UCI cycling calendar | 2014 Championnats du Monde UCI CL / UCI RR World Championships (Men Elite)

  • 2014 Championnats du Monde UCI CL / UCI RR World Championships (Men Elite)

    Date

    Took place on sunday 28 September 2014.

    Spain

    In the UCI calendar ...

    World Championships

    More about this race ...

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    Result / Final classification

    1/ Michal Kwiatkowski (Poland) - 6h29'07"
    2/ Simon Gerrans (Australia) - +0'01"
    3/ Alejandro Valverde (Spain)
    4/ Matti Breschel (Denmark)
    5/ Greg van Avermaet (Belgium)
    6/ Tony Gallopin (France)
    7/ Philippe Gilbert (Belgium) - +0'04"
    8/ Alexander Kristoff (Norway) - +0'07"
    9/ John Degenkolb (Germany)
    10/ Nacer Bouhanni (France)

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