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World Championships in Mendrisio: list of participants Elite with their numbers and the route in Google Maps / Google Earth

Added: saturday 26 September 2009 at 23:06:00
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    World Championships in Mendrisio: list of participants Elite with their numbers and the route in Google Maps / Google EarthTomorrow, Sunday 26 September 2009, 202 riders will be at the start of the stage in line Elites of the World Championships 2009 in Mendrisio.

    In this article you'll find the full list of selections for all participating countries including their numbers.

    Those 202 riders will ride 262,2 kilometers on a 13,9 kilometer circuit which they will ride 19 times. You can also discover the route in this article on a Google Maps map, also allowing you to view it in Google Earth and thus make a virtual fly-over!

    The list of participating riders and their number

    Italy
    1 Alessandro Ballan
    2 Ivan Basso
    Alessandro Ballan3 Marzio Bruseghin
    4 Damiano Cunego
    5 Stefano Garzelli
    6 Luca Paolini
    7 Filippo Pozzato
    8 Michele Scarponi
    9 Giovanni Visconti

    Spain
    Oscar Freire10 Carlos Baredo Llamazales
    11 Juan Jose Cobo Acebo
    12 Oscar Freire Gomez
    13 Juan Manuel Garate Cepa
    14 Daniel Moreno Fernandez
    15 Ruben Plaza Molina
    16 Joaquin Rodriguez Oliver
    17 Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez
    18 Alejandro Valverde Belmonte

    Australia
    Cadel Evans19 Simon Clarke
    20 Allan Davis
    21 Cadel Evans
    22 Simon Gerrans
    23 Mathew Hayman
    24 Matthew Lloyd
    25 Stuart O'Grady
    26 Michael Rogers
    27 Wesley Sulzberger

    Germany
    Tony Martin28 Gerald Ciolek
    29 Johannes Fröhlinger
    30 André Greipel
    31 Christian Knees
    32 Paul Martens
    33 Tony Martin
    34 Grischa Niermann
    35 Marcel Sieberg
    36 Fabian Wegmann

    Russia
    Alexandre Botcharov37 Alexandre Botcharov
    38 Pavel Brutt
    39 Serguei Ivanov
    40 Vladimir Karpets
    41 Alexandr Kolobnev
    42 Guennadi Mikhailov
    43 Evgeny Popov
    44 Alexander Porsev
    45 Eduard Vorganov

    Belgium
    Philippe Gilbert46 Tom Boonen
    47 Francis de Greef
    48 Bert de Waele
    49 Kevin de Weert
    50 Philippe Gilbert
    51 Maxime Monfort
    52 Nick Nuyens
    53 Greg van Avermaet
    54 Maarten Wynants

    Luxembourg
    Andy Schleck55 Laurent Didier
    56 Jean-Pierre Drucker
    57 Kim Kirchen
    58 Andy Schleck

    Norway
    Edvald Boasson Hagen59 Kurt-Asle Arvesen
    60 Edvald Boasson Hagen
    61 Roy Hegreberg
    62 Thor Hushovd
    63 Lars Petter Nordhaug
    64 Haavard Nybö
    65 Gabriel Rasch
    66 Stian Remme
    67 Frederik Wilman

    United States
    Tyler Farrar68 Andrew Bajadali
    69 Brent Bookwalter
    70 Thomas Danielson
    71 Timothy Duggan
    72 Tyler Farrar
    73 Craig Lewis
    74 Jason McCartney
    75 Thomas Peterson

    Great-Britain
    Christopher Froome76 Steven Cummings
    77 Russell Downing
    78 Christopher Froome
    79 Roger Hammond
    80 Daniel Lloyd
    81 David Millar
    82 Ian Stannard
    83 Ben Swift
    84 Geraint Thomas

    The Netherlands
    Robert Gesink & Koos Moerenhout85 Lars Boom
    86 Robert Gesink
    87 Johnny Hoogerland
    88 Karsten Kroon
    89 Sebastian Langeveld
    90 Koos Moerenhout

    France
    Pierrick Fedrigo91 Dimitri Champion
    92 Sylvain Chavanel
    93 Pierrick Fedrigo
    94 Christophe Le Mevel
    95 Christophe Riblon
    96 Thomas Voeckler

    Czech Republic
    97 Jan Barta
    98 Roman Kreuziger
    99 Martin Mares

    Denmark
    Frank Hoj100 Lars Ytting Bak
    101 Matti Breschel
    102 Jakob Fuglsang
    103 Frank Hoj
    104 Anders Lund
    105 Chris Sörensen

    Switzerland
    Fabian Cancellara106 Michael Albasini
    107 Rubens Bertogliati
    108 Fabian Cancellara
    109 Mathias Frank
    110 Grégory Rast
    111 Oliver Zaugg

    Slovenia
    Tadej Valjavec112 Grega Bole
    113 Borut Bozic
    114 Janez Brajkovic
    115 Kristjan Fajt
    116 Gorazd Stangelj
    117 Tadej Valjavec

    Colombia
    Leonardo Duque118 Mauricio Ardila Cano
    119 Leonardo Fabio Duque
    120 Juan Carlos Lopez Marin
    121 Miguel Angel Rubiano Chavez
    122 Jose Rodolfo Serpa Perez
    123 Rigoberto Uran Uran

    Portugal
    124 Andre Fernando S. Martins Cardoso
    125 Sergio Miguel Moreira Paulinho
    126 Alberto Rui Costa

    Poland
    Sylvester Szmyd127 Michal Golas
    128 Bartosz Huzarski
    129 Jacek Morajko
    130 Przemyslaw Niemiec
    131 Maciej Paterski
    132 Sylvester Szmyd

    Kazakhstan
    Alexandre Vinokourov133 Assan Bazayev
    134 Dmitriy Fofonov
    135 Valentin Iglinskiy
    136 Maxim Iglinsky
    137 Andrey Kashechkin
    138 Alexandre Vinokourov

    Ukrain
    139 Andriy Grivko
    140 Serhiy Honchar
    141 Oleksandr Kvachuk
    142 Ruslan Pydgornyy
    143 Volodymyr Starchyk
    144 Volodymyr Zagorodny

    South Africa
    145 Jay Robert Thomson

    Venezuela
    146 Franklin Chacon Colmenares
    147 Manuel Eduardo Medina Marino
    148 Carlos José Ochoa
    149 Jackson Rodriguez
    150 José Rujano Guillen
    151 Freddy Vargas

    Japan
    152 Yukiya Arashiro
    153 Fumiyuki Beppu
    154 Taiji Nishitani

    Estonia
    Rein Taaramae155 René Mandri
    156 Rein Taaramae
    157 Janek Tombak

    New Zealand
    Timothy Gudsell158 Timothy Gudsell
    159 Hayden Roulston
    160 Jeremy Vennell

    Argentina
    161 Martin Garrido Mayorga
    162 Alfredo Orlando Lucero
    163 Matias Medici

    Austria
    164 Christoph Sokoll
    165 Gerhard Trampusch
    166 Peter Wrolich

    Croatia
    167 Matija Kvasina
    168 Hrvoje Miholjevic
    169 Vladimir Miholjevic

    Slovakia
    Martin Velits170 Jan Valach
    171 Martin Velits
    172 Peter Velits

    Brazil
    173 Tiago Fiorilli
    174 Murilo Antonio Fischer
    175 Magno Prado Nazaret

    Canada
    Svein Tuft176 Michael Barry
    177 Ryder Hesjedal
    178 Svein Tuft

    Sweden
    179 Fredrik Kessiakoff
    180 Marcus Ljungqvist
    181 Thomas Lövkvist

    Hungary
    182 Istvan Cziraki
    183 Gergely Ivanics
    184 Peter Kusztor

    Serbia
    185 Zolt Der
    186 Esad Hasanovic
    187 Nebojsa Jovanovic

    Uruguay
    188 Fabricio Ferrari Barcelo

    Latvia
    189 Olegs Melehs
    190 Aleksejs Saramotins

    Costa Rica
    Andrey Amador191 Andrey Amador Bikkazakova

    Chile
    192 Carlos Ivan Oyarzun Guiñez

    Ireland
    Philip Deignan193 Philip Deignan
    194 Daniel Martin
    195 Nicolas Roche

    Lithuania
    196 Ignatas Konovalovas

    Belorussia
    197 Vasil Kiryienka
    198 Aliaksandr Kuchynski
    199 Kanstantin Siutsou

    Jussi VeikkanenNamibia
    200 Dan Craven

    Finland
    201 Jussi Veikkanen

    Ecuador
    202 Guama Byron

    The route

    These World Championships will take place on a 13,8 kilometer circuit with two climbs. By doing this circuit 19 times, the riders will do a total distance of 262,2 with a total height difference of 4.655 meters. This is the biggest height difference of all World Championships ever.
    Profile of the route of the road race for the World Championships 2009 in Mendrisio

    The first climb starts after 1.9 km: in 1.6 km this climb crosses the city center of Mendrisio over 820 meters before continuing the steep climb Acqua Fresca over 780 meters with an average of over 10%.

    Once arrived in Castel San Pietro, the riders will be at the top of this route at 438 meters high. They than start a descent of 4.58 km towards Balerna where they'll be at the lowest point of this route at 250 meters high.

    1,420 flat meters will follow before the second climb, the Torrazza di Novazzano which was already on the circuit of the World Championships in Mendrisio in 1971 which were won by Eddy Merckx. In 1.75 km it will climb to a height of 376 meters, sometimes climbing over 10%.

    The circuit finishes with a 800 meter descente and a flat part which leads the riders from Genestrerio to Mendrisio in 1.81 km.

    The map on Google Maps / in Google EarthBelow you can find an interactive Google Maps map of the circuit of the road race for the World Championships 2009 in Mendrisio in Switzerland.


    You can also watch this circuit directly in Google Earth by clicking on the link below:
    > Download the map of the circuit of the World Championships 2009 in Mendrisio in Google Earth

    This map was provided by gps-touren.ch

    by Thomas Vergouwen
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Currently 1 comments!
  1. Thanks for the info!

    | Hiero | wednesday 30 September 2009 at 15:04:53

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