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2005 Junior Road World Championships – ITT

August 13, 2005 The action began yesterday and continued today at the Junior Road World Championships in Vienna, Austria, with the individual time trials, 14km for the women, 23.5km for the men. Top Canucks were Joelle Numainville – 26th in the women’s event – and David Veilleux, 44th in the men’s .

Women

1. Lisa Brennauer (Germany) 19:49.66
2. Tereza Hurikova (Czech Republic) at 0:11.61
3. Mie-Bekker Lacota (Denmark) 0:18.77
4. Lesya Kalitovska (Ukraine) 0:22.07
5. Alexandra Sontheimer (Germany) 0:23.96
6. Ausrine Trebaite (Lithuania) 0:25.69
7. Eleonora Van-Dijk (Netherlands) 0:28.78
8. Alexandra Burchenkova (Russia) 0:29.43
9. Aleksandra Dawidowicz (Poland) 0:34.42
10. Amanda Spratt (Australia) 0:38.08

26. Joelle Numainville (Canada) 1:26.87
37. Karol-Ann Canuel (Canada) 2:07.47

Junior Men’s Individual Time Trial 23.5 km

1. Marcel Kittel (Germany) 25:45.82
2. Alexandr Pliuschkin (Moldova) at 0:04.88
3. Siarhei Papok (Belarus) 0:39.97
4. Jaroslaw Marycz (Poland) 0:45.17
5. Dominik Roels (Germany) 0:48.92
6. Edvald Boasson Hagen (Norway) 0:50.67
7. Cameron Meyer (Australia) 0:53.00
8. Dmitry Sokolov (Russia) 0:55.67
9. Andriy Vasylyuk (Ukraine) 0:57.51
10. Ramunas Navardauskas (Lithuania) 1:10.48

41. David Veilleux (Canada) 2:22.75





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