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Road Cycling World Championships 2018: dates, routes, TV Schedule info.

UCI Road Cycling World Championships 2018: All dates, routes, TV Schedule & Latest Results.




 The 91st edition of UCI Road World Championships are scheduled to be held in 2018 in Innsbruck, Austria.

2018 Road cycling championships are live telecast at Eurosport & Eurosport player from Dates: Sep 22, 2018 – Sep 30, 2018.




UCI, Road Cycling, World Championships, 2018, All dates, routes, TV, Schedule, live, Results.



2018 Road Cycling World Championships Schedule & Where to watch it.




 The Road World Championships 2018 will be LIVE broadcast & streaming available on Eurosport and the Eurosport Player.



Sunday September 23 – Ötztal to Innsbruck, 53.8km – Elite Women’s Team Time Trial

Sunday September 23 – Ötztal to Innsbruck, 62.1km – Elite Men’s Team Time Trial

Monday September 24 – Hall-Wattens to Innsbruck, 20.2km – Women’s Junior Individual Time Trial

Monday September 24 – Hall-Wattens to Innsbruck, 28.5km – Men’s Under 23 Individual Time Trial

Tuesday September 25 – Hall-Wattens to Innsbruck, 28.5km – Men’s Junior Individual Time Trial

Tuesday September 25 – Hall-Wattens to Innsbruck, 28.5km – Women’s Elite Individual Time Trial

Wednesday September 26 – Alpbachtal Seenland – Innsbruck, 54.2km – Men’s Elite Individual Time Trial

Thursday September 27 – Alpbachtal Seenland – Innsbruck, 72.4km – Women’s Junior Road Race

Thursday September 27 – Kufstein – Innsbruck, 138.4km – Men’s Junior Road Race

Friday September 28 – Kufstein – Innsbruck, 186.2km – Men’s Under 23 Road Race

Saturday September 29 – Kufstein – Innsbruck, 162.3km – Women’s Elite Road Race

Sunday September 30 – Kufstein – Innsbruck, 265km – Men’s Elite Road Race



Men's Road Race -  Route 

 The men’s race will start in the town of Kufstein, with seven laps of 24km of the ‘Olympic Circuit’ before heading northwards towards the Hungerburg settlement where they’ll hit a climb featuring 25 per cent sections, then towards the finish in the centre of Innsbruck.


Women's Road Race   -  Route 

 The elite women’s race also starts in Kufstein, but opens with a 90km run towards the Olympic Circuit in Innsbruck which they will cover three times for a race distance of 156.2km.


Individual Time Trial  -   Route

 The men’s individual time trial is on a 52.5km course beginning in Rattenberg and covering a 4.4km climb that reaches a maximum pitch of 14 per cent before a westward route towards the finish line in Innsbruck.

 All the other time trials will start closer to Innsbruck - in Hall-Wattens with the elite women, male juniors and U23s covering 28.5km, with the junior women riding a course of 20.2km.



Team Time Trial   -  Route 

 There's more heavy climbing in the team time trials, with the men’s and the women’s races from Otztal to Innsbruck, with the men covering 62.1km and women covering 53.8km.



2017 Road Cycling World Championships Results.



 Peter Sagan (Slovakia) and Chantal Blaak (Netherlands) became the UCI World Champions of 2017 in Norway - Sagan winning his third in a row, Blaak winning her maiden title. The time trial titles went to a Dutch pair - Tom Dumoulin and Annemiek van Vleuten - while Team Sunweb took both team time trial titles.



Next 2019 UCI Road Championship...?



 The Next 92nd edition, 2019 UCI Road World Championships are scheduled to be held in 2019 in  Harrogate, Yorkshire, United Kingdom.



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