Europe – Time Trial – Ganna, Küng… everything about the European Championships time trial!

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Filippo GanaStefan Kungact II on the european championships ! Last year, the Swiss rider of the team Groupama-FDJ had beaten the Italian by eight short seconds. The double world champion, who was not planned at the start of this time trial (he replaced Matteo Sobrero on the startlist), will want to win his first continental title and take his revenge on his rival who will aim for the pass of three, this Wednesday, after his two consecutive victories. One thing is certain: these two riders will be the favorites in the time trial of the Europe which offers a 24 kilometer route around Fürstenfeldbruck.

Video – Will Stefan Küng make the pass of three?

Bissegger, Bjerg, Tratnik… who will complete the podium?

A route that is relatively flat overall, despite some small climbs in the program. What to satisfy Filippo Gana (ITA / INEOS Grenadiers) and Stefan Kung (SUI / Groupama-FDJ). Who for 3rd place? The suitors are numerous: Stefan Bissegger (SUI/EF Education-EasyPost), Mikkel Bjerg (DAN / UAE Team Emirates), Jan Tratnik (SLV / Bahrain-Victorious), Jos van Emden (NED / Jumbo-Visma), Maciej Bodnar (POL / Team TotalEnergies) or even Max Walscheid (ALL / Cofidis). French chances will be represented by Anthony Roux (Groupama-FDJ) and Kevin Vauquelin (Team Arkéa-Samsic). But it is hard to see them competing with the riders mentioned above.

The starting list and order

17:30:00 – Stepan Grigoryan

17:31:30 – Blerton Nuha

17:33:00 – Sergey Tvetcov

17:34:30 – Ognjen Ilic

17:36:00 – Matic Zumer

17:37:30 – Oier Lazkano

17:39:00 – Andrej Petrovski

17:40:30 – Evaldas Siskevicius

17:42:00 – Marton Dina

17:43:30 – Jakub Otruba

17:45:00 – Mattia Cattaneo

17:46:30 – Rainer Kepplinger

17:48:00 – Morten Hulgaard

17:49:30 – Kevin Vauquelin

17:51:00 – Filip Maciejuk

17:52:30 – Alban Delija

17:54:00 – Ingvar Omarsson

17:55:30 – Miguel Heidemann

17:57:00 – Ben Healy

17:58:30 – Barnabas Peak

18:00:00 – Daniel Crista

18:01:30 – Tanel Kangert

18:03:00 – Jacob Ahlsson

18:04:30 – Stefan Bissegger

18:06:00 – Anthony Roux

18:07:30 – Mikkel Bjerg

18:09:00 – Jan Tratnik

18:10:30 – Jan Barta

18:12:00 – Rune Herregodts

18:13:30 – Jos van Emden

18:15:00 – Maciej Bodnar

18:16:30 – Max Walscheid

18:18:00 – Stefan Kung

18:19:30 – Filippo Ganna

The profile of the 2022 edition

Wednesday August 17 : Fürstenfeldbruck – Fürstenfeldbruck, 24 km (departure at 5.30 p.m.)

Diffusion

live on Eurosport 2 and Eurosport Player. Also streamed on France Televisions

Palmares

Latest editions

2021: 1. Stefan Küng (SUI) 2. Filippo Ganna (ITA) 3. Remco Evenepoel (BEL)

2020: 1. Stefan Küng (SUI) 2. Rémi Cavagna (FRA) 3. Victor Campenaerts (BEL)

2019: 1. Remco Evenepoel (BEL) 2. Kasper Asgreen (DAN) 3. Edoardo Affini (ITA)

2018: 1. Victor Campenaerts (BEL) 2. Jonathan Castroviejo (ESP) 3. Maximilian Schachmann (GER)

2017: 1. Victor Campenaerts (BEL) 2. Maciej Bodnar (POL) 3. Ryan Mullen (IRL)

2016: 1. Jonathan Castroviejo (ESP) 2. Victor Campenaerts (BEL) 3. Moreno Moser (ITA)

Highest number of successes

2: Victor Campenaerts (BEL / 2017, 2018); Stefan Kung (SU / 2020, 2021)

1: Jonathan Castroviejo (ESP/2016); Remco Evenepoel (BEL / 2019)

Success by country

3: Belgium

2: Switzerland

1: Spain

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