PROMO V MARCHA BTT CREVILLENT "SERRA DE CREVILLENTE
Kriss Kyle sobre su bici de BMX.
¿Preparados para uno de los Mundiales CRI más emocionantes de los últimos tiempos? Alex Dowsett (14h52'30") y Jonathan Castroviejo (15h01'30") tratarán de acercarse a la altísima elite mundial contra el crono de los Martin, Wiggins o Cancellara sobre los 57 durísimos kilómetros entre Montecatini Terme y Florencia
campeonato del mundo contrareloj en directo
Elite Men Individual Time Trial LIVE - 2013 UCI Road World Championships
Road cycling began as an organised Sport in 1868. The first World Championships were held in 1893 and it has been a part of the Olympics in the whole of the modern era. Road Cycling has 2 main types of competition -- the Road Race and the Time Trial.
In a Road Race, the riders start together in a bunch. The courses are of varying distances (approx. 260 km for Elite Men and 140km for Elite Women in the UCI World Championships).
Road Races have several different formats. They can be held on a circuit in which riders race over numerous laps like in the UCI Road World Championships; over one-day from one point to another like the Paris to Roubaix Race; or in Stage races in which riders race on consecutive days like the Tour de France.
In the Individual Time Trial the riders set off 1-2 minutes apart, with the reigning Champion leaving last. Without the motivation of other riders around them and the slipstream advantage of bunch riding, the time trial competitor must rely on huge mental strength to keep up the pace and cover the course in the fastest time possible. At the UCI World Championships and Olympic Games, the individual time trial is raced over 40-50 km for Elite Men and 20-30 km for Elite Women.
In a Team Time Trial the principle is the same as for the individual, but teams of between 2 and 10 riders who remain together along the course race this event. The team time trial is on the programme at the UCI Road World Championships as of 2012 (6 riders per team) and is open to UCI ProTeams, UCI Professional Continental Teams, UCI Continental Teams and UCI Women's Teams.
tony martin a casi 53 km/h ha ganado por tercera vez con 46 seg sobre 2 º wiggings y cancelara 3º a 2 segundos màs
1º Tony Martin - 1:05:36
2º Bradley Wiggins - +46.09
3º Fabian Cancellara - +48.34
4º Vasil Kiryienka - +1.26.01
5º Taylor Phinney - +2.08.00
6º Christian Rasmus Quaade - +2.36.33
7º Marco Pinotti - +2.41.92
8º Adriano Malori - +2.51.07.
Jonathan Castroviejo quedó decimocuarto y Luis León Sánchez en la posición 35.
el futuro segùn specialized, màs sensores..!
Road World Championships 2013 - The Future Of Performance