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Cycling: All information about the Road World Championship 2017

Cycling: All information about the Road World Championship 2017


Cycling: All information about the Road World Championship 2017

Between the 17th and the 17th centuryand the 24.September will see the 84th anniversary of the end of September in Bergen, Norway.road cycling world championship.Can Tony Martin defend his title from last year in the time trial?Will there be another final sprint in road racing?SPOX answers all your questions about the road bike world championship, gives you title favorites and tells you where to watch the event live.

Eurosport broadcasts a large part of the competitions at the World Cycling Championships live on TV.The ZDF only shows the final stage of the men’s individual time trial.The UCI also offers a live stream for all competitions on its YouTube channel.The competitions with TV coverage in Germany at a glance:

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The World Road Championships will take place in Bergen, Norway in 2017.Bergen is the second largest city in Norway and lies on the west coast.Bergen is surrounded by seven hills, the highest of which is 643 metres high.

Twelve competitions will take place at the UCI World Championships in 2017.These are divided into team time trials, individual time trials and road races.In the individual competitions, in addition to the pros in the women’s and men’s area, juniors and juniors will also be competing.


Marcel Kittel won five stages in the Tour de France, setting a German record.At the last World Cycling Championships he won the title with Tony Martin and his team Etixx Quick-Step in the team time trial and was actually scheduled for this year, but he is surprisingly not in the team time trial squad at the World Championships.

John Degenkolb will not participate in the road race of the World Cycling Championship.The medal candidate suffers from the consequences of a respiratory disease and had to cancel his start at short notice.Johannes Fröhlinger takes his place in the German team.

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