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- - RESULT: 1. Martin (Ger) 53:43.85; 2. Wiggins (Gbr) 54:59.68; 3. Cancellara (Swi) 55:04.44; 4. Grabsch (Ger) 55:15.61; 5. Bobridge (Aus) 55:57.71; 6. Porte (Aus) 56:13.39; 7. Millar (Gbr) 55:29.47; 8. Westra (Ned) 57:01.82; 9. Dyachenko (Kaz) 57:03.61; 10. Fuglsang (Den) 57:14.44; 11. Castroviejo (Spn) 57:18.22; 12. Larsson (Swe) 57:18.47; 13. Tuft (Can) 57:19.74; 14. Phinney (USA) 57:36.43; 15. Talansky (USA) 57:41.74; 16. Sergent (NZ) 58:10.16; 17. Bauer (NZ) 58:10.84; 18. Clement (Ned) 58:17.7
15:47 - That mistake in the cobbled section has cost Cancellara and he has to settle for bronze in 55:04.44.
15:46 - Cancellara is taking too many risks and slides into a barrier! He stays on his feet but has lost valuable time. Millar over the line in sixth in 55:29.47.
15:45 - A GOLD MEDAL WINNING PERFORMANCE FROM MARTIN WHO FINISHES IN 53:43.85, AN AVERAGE SPEED OF 51.8km/h.
15:44 - Taylor Phinney of the USA will finish outside the top 10 after crossing in 57:36.43.
15:42 - Leaders: Wiggins (Gbr) 54:59.68; Grabsch (Ger) 55:15.61; Bobridge (Aus) 55:57.71; Porte (Aus) 56:13.39; Westra (Ned) 57:01.82; Dyachenko (Kaz) 57:03.61; Fuglsang (Den) 57:14.44; Castroviejo (Spn) 57:18.22; Larsson (Swe) 57:18.47; Tuft (Can) 57:19.74; Talansky (USA) 57:41.74; Sergent (NZ) 58:10.16; Bauer (NZ) 58:10.84; Clement (Ned) 58:17.78; Rabon (Cze) 58:23.70; Bodrogi (Hun) 58:25.31
15:41 - Porte (Aus) 56:13.39 goes fourth with Fuglsang (Den) 57:14.44 in seventh.
15:39 - Cancellara is still second at 39.4km but 56 seconds behind Martin. He has a 17 second cushion on Wiggins for silver.
15:37 - Louis Westra (Vacansoleil) goes fourth with 57:01.82.
15:34 - Leaders: Wiggins (Gbr) 54:59.68; Grabsch (Ger) 55:15.61; Bobridge (Aus) 55:57.71; Dyachenko (Kaz) 57:03.61; Castroviejo (Spn) 57:18.22; Larsson (Swe) 57:18.47; Tuft (Can) 57:19.74; Talansky (USA) 57:41.74; Sergent (NZ) 58:10.16; Bauer (NZ) 58:10.84; Clement (Ned) 58:17.78; Rabon (Cze) 58:23.70; Bodrogi (Hun) 58:25.31
15:33 - Wiggins crosses the line in 54:59.68 to take the lead.....for now. That should be good enough for bronze or maybe even silver if Spartacus fades.
15:32 - Cancellara is 40 seconds behind Martin and is set to be dethroned.
15:31 - At 34km, Martin is 66 seconds quicker than Wiggins!
15:30 - Grabsch is the first man to average over 50km/h as he crosses in 55:15.61.
15:28 - Jack Bobridge is the new leader in 55:57.71, a average speed of 49.7km/h.
15:26 - Wiggins is 46:25.82 through 39.4km, 3.8 seconds quicker than Grabsch and on course for a medal.
15:24 - Martin passes Millar and now he flies past Ignatiev, catching him for three minutes.
15:21 - Grabsch is now 26 seconds quicker than Bobridge after 34km. At the moment it looks like Martin and Cancellara fighting for gold with Grabsch and Wiggins chasing bronze.
15:19 - Cancellara has a massive fight on his hands if he is to win a fifth world title as the Swiss is 18.83 seconds behind Martin at halfway.
15:18 - Wiggins is getting quicker and has taken over the lead at 34km from Grabsch by less than a second.
15:17 - Martin leads at halfway by a monster 47 seconds from Grabsch. Millar in sixth through 23.2km in 28:00.
15:15 - Grabsch is pushing a huge gear through 34km and leads Bobridge by 19 seconds.
15:13 - And he is quickly bumped down to sixth by Richie Porte, the Tasmanian crossing 23.2km in 27:58.35 to go fourth behind Grabsch, Wiggins and Bobridge.
15:12 - Home hope Jakob Fuglsang goes fifth at halfway in 28:20.78.
15:11 - Martin 18:08.42, Cancellara 18:19.84 at 16.2km - they are the leading two.
15:09 - David Millar is fifth, some 25 seconds behind Bobridge at 16.2km.
15:06 - And Cancellara is 9.99 seconds behind Martin after 10.8km.
15:05 - Wiggins is second at halfway in 27:30.43, ahead of Bobridge. Gustav Larsson of Sweden is seventh at 23.2km.
15:04 - Could it be a German 1-2? Tony Martin is 14.7 seconds faster than Bobridge at the first time check.
15:02 - Grabsch through 23.2km in 27:27.2, eight seconds quicker than Bobridge who seems to have gone out too fast.
15:00 - Bobridge is a whoppinh 38.61 seconds quicker than Castroviejo at halfway. Slovenia's Janez Brajkovic is fifth.
15:00 - Richie Porte is sixth at 10.8km, 21 seconds behind compatriot Bobridge.
14:55 - Wiggins is 9.78 seconds down on 20-year-old Bobridge at the opening time check as Cancellara leaves the start hut.
14:50 - Germany's Bert Grabsch, the 2008 champion, is second at 10.8km, five seconds slower than Bobridge.
14:45 - Australia's Jack Bobridge is the quickest by 18 seconds at 10.8km! Tuft crosses the line in 57:19.74 to go into bronze medal position. Leaders: Dyachenko (Kaz) 57:03.61, Castroviejo (Spn) 57:18.22, Tuft (Can) 57:19.74, Talansky (USA) 57:41.74, Sergent (NZ) 58:10.16, Bauer (NZ) 58:10.84, Clement (Ned) 58:17.78, Bodrogi (Hun) 58:25.31
14:40 - Tuft has slipped back to third at the 39.4km mark, over 10 seconds behind Dyachenko as Clement comes home in seventh. Leaders: Dyachenko (Kaz) 57:03.61, Castroviejo (Spn) 57:18.22, Talansky (USA) 57:41.74, Sergent (NZ) 58:10.16, Bauer (NZ) 58:10.84, Clement (Ned) 58:17.78, Bodrogi (Hun) 58:25.31 Video of the Route
14:35 - Bauer (58:10.84) and Bodrogi (58:25.31) take fifth and sixth respectively ahead of Tamouridis (Gre) 58:51.59. The top four are Dyachenko (Kaz) 57:03.61, Castroviejo (Spn) 57:18.22, Talansky (USA) 57-41.74 and Sergent (NZ) 58:10.16.
14:30 - #8 - 14:42:00 OLIVEIRA Nélson (POR); #7 - 14:43:30 FUGLSANG Jakob (DEN); #6 - 14:45:00 PORTE Richie (AUS); #5 - 14:46:30 PHINNEY Taylor (USA); #4 - 14:48:00 IGNATYEV Mikhail (RUS); #3 - 14:49:30 MILLAR David (GBR); #2 - 14:51:00 MARTIN Tony (GER); #1 - 14:52:30 CANCELLARA Fabian (SUI)
14:30 - Start times - #16 - 14:30:00 KIRYIENKA Vasil (BLR); #15 - 14:31:30 BRAJKOVIC Janez (SLO); #14 - 14:33:00 BOBRIDGE Jack (AUS); #13 - 14:34:30 GRABSCH Bert (GER); #12 - 14:36:00 LARSSON Gustav (SWE); #11 - 14:37:30 WIGGINS Bradley (GBR); #10 - 14:39:00 PINOTTI Marco (ITA); #9 - 14:40:30 WESTRA Lieuwe (NED)
14:25 - Light rain begins to fall as the final group of riders begin to start their quest for gold.
14:15 - Tuft second fastest at halfway, 8.2 seconds behind Castroviejo. Bauer still fifth fastest at 34km.
14:10 - Svein Tuft is second at the 16.2km check, the Canadian just 2.23 seconds behind Castroviejo. Ignatas Konovalovas from Lithuania was ninth in 2009 but is back in tenth at halfway with the 16 top seeds yet to come.
14:05 - Stef Clement is eighth at halfway behind Tamouridis, the Dutchman won bronze in 2007.
14:00 - The Danish police nail an intruder to the floor as Hungary's Lazlo Bodrogi goes through halfway in sixth in 28:53.34 behind Dyachenko, Castroviejo, Talanksy, Sergent and Bauer.
13:55 - Bauer has slipped to fifth fastest at halfway.
13:50 - Talansky has stormed home to go into third in 57:41.
13:45 - Jack Bauer of New Zealand sets the fastest time at the first intermediate time check in 12:16.75.
13:40 - Castroviejo comes over the line in second position in 57:18.22. The top five are Dyachenko (Kaz) 57:03.61), Castroviejo (Spn), Sergent (NZ) 58:10.16, Tamouridis (Gre) 58:51.59 and Wacker (Kry).
13:35 - Dyachenko over the line in 57:03.61 while Castroviejo continues to fade, now 7.91 seconds behind the Kazakh at 39.4km.
13:30 - #19 - 13:49:30 TUFT Svein (CAN); #18 - 13:51:00 RABON Frantisek (CZE); #17 - 13:52:30 FARIA DA COSTA Rui Alberto (POR)
13:30 - #32 - 13:30:00 BAUER Jack (NZL); #31 - 13:31:30 DEBESAY Frekalsi (ERI); #30 - 13:33:00 BODROGI Laszlo (FRA); #29 - 13:34:30 MALORI Adriano (ITA); #28 - 13:36:00 MCCANN David (IRL); #27 - 13:37:30 MESSINEO Leandro (ARG); #26 - 13:39:00 CLEMENT Stef (NED); #25 - 13:40:30 KONOVALOVAS Ignatas (LTU); #24 - 13:42:00 JURCO Matej (SVK); #23 - 13:43:30 KWIATKOWSKI Michal (POL); #22 - 13:45:00 GRUZDEV Dmitriy (KAZ); #21 - 13:46:30 CORNU Dominique (BEL); #20 - 13:48:00 HERRADA LOPEZ Jesus (ESP)
13:30 - Castroviejo has slipped 1.61 seconds behind Dyachenko at 34km. Here comes the third group, look out for another Kiwi Jack Bauer.
13:25 - Garmin-Cervelo's Andrew Talanksy is fourth at the halfway point, 20.99 seconds behind Castroviejo. He was sixth at the Tour de Romandie ITT behind compatriot David Zabriskie and seventh at Paris-Nice behind today's favourite Tony Martin.
13:15 - Castroviejo, the 24-year-old from Algorta, is quickest at halfway in 28:13.92, 8.9 seconds quicker than Dyachenko. Ireland's Matt Brammeier has withdrawn due to illness.
13:10 - Castroviejo is quickest by 3.78 seconds at the 16.2km mark. The Euskaltel rider has won against the clock in the Vuelta a Madrid and Tour de Romandie this year. Meanwhile Dyachenko is through halfway in 28:22.62, 9.78 seconds quicker than clubhouse leader Sergent.
13:00 - Challenges to Sergent with Spain's Jonathan Castroviejo quickest at 10.8km and Dyachenko fastest at the 16.2km mark. Eugen Wacker of Kyrgyzstan is now third at the finish behind Sergent and Tamouridis.
12:50 - The Astana rider from Kazakhstan Alexandr Dyachenko is just 1.75 seconds off the pace of the Kiwi at the 10.8km mark.
12:40 - Sergent takes the leads with 58:10.16, 41 seconds quicker than the Greek. An average speed of 47.9km/h. Vladimir Gusev would be the main challenger from the second group.
12:30 - Continued: #36 - 13:48:00 WETTERHALL Alexander (SWE); #35 - 13:49:30 HUDECEK Jiri (CZE); #34 - 13:51:00 TALANSKY Andrew (USA); #33 - 13:52:30 GUSEV Vladimir (RUS)
12:30 - Start times: #48 - 12:30:00 ZIGNOLI Simone (ALB); #47 - 12:31:30 BRAMMEIER Matt (IRL); #46 - 12:33:00 DYACHENKO Alexandr (KAZ); #45 - 12:34:30 ALBOS David (AND); #44 - 12:36:00 HELMINEN Matti (FIN); #43 - 12:37:30 KVACHUK Oleksandr (UKR); #42 - 12:39:00 GIL MARTINEZ Tomas Aurelio (VEN); #41 - 12:40:30 ANACONA GOMEZ Winer Andrew (COL); #40 - 12:42:00 CHTIOUI Rafaa (TUN); #39 - 12:43:30 CASTROVIEJO NICOLAS Jonathan (ESP); #38 - 12:45:00 VRECER Robert (SLO); #37 - 12:46:30 BORGERSEN Reidar (NOR)
12:30 - Sergent through 39.4km in 48:43.5, 35 seconds quicker than Tamouridis who is the quickest man over the finish line in 58:51.59. Group two are getting going now.
12:20 - At the Charlottenlund Slotspark, the riders head their way back towards the city centre, passing by Kastellet and Amalienborg which will give them a clear view to the Opera House and Dokøen on their way to City Hall square. Sergent posts a leading time of 28:32.6 at halfway.
12:10 - Sergent leads with 19:16.27 at 16.2km, 26 seconds quicker than Lithuania's Gediminas Bagdonas of the An Post - Sean Kelly team, a winner at the Tour of Britain last week.
12:00 - New Zealand's Jesse Sergent has smashed the fastest time at the 10.8km mark with a mark of 12:17.8. The RadioShack rider has won against the clock in the Tour du Poitou-Charentes, 3-Daagse van West-Vlaanderen and Eneco Tour this year.
11:50 - The riders head north to Østerbro and Hellerup before reaching Charlottenlund Slotspark where the 10.8km time check is. Tamouridis is fastest with 12:40.82 after the opening six riders.
11:40 - Ioannis Tamouridis is out of the start hut, he has had six wins in lower ranked UCI events for SP Tableware this season.
11:30 - And we are off in dry conditions in the Danish capital.
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11:25 - Group 1 start times continued: #53 - 11:48:00 MEDICI Matias (ARG); #52 - 11:49:30 WACKER Eugen (KGZ); #51 - 11:51:00 BODNAR Maciej (POL); #50 - 11:52:30 BAGDONAS Gediminas (LTU); #49 - 11:54:00 CHAMPION Dimitri (FRA)
11:25 - And the start times for group 1: #65 - 11:30:00 LAGAB Azzedine (ALG); #64 - 11:31:30 GIORGIERI Tyron (ALB); #63 - 11:33:00 CASAS BUITRAGO (COL); #62 - 11:34:30 TAMOURIDIS Ioannis (GRE); #61 - 11:36:00 POLIEVKA Pavol (SVK); #60 - 11:37:30 MORKOV Michael (DEN); #59 - 11:39:00 POPKOV Vitaliy (UKR); #58 - 11:40:30 MENGIS Semere (ERI); #57 - 11:42:00 OYARZUN Carlos (CHI); #56 - 11:43:30 KOHLER Martin (SUI); #55 - 11:45:00 SERGENT Jesse (NZL); #54 - 11:46:30 DE GENDT Thomas (BEL)
11:20 - Here are the start times of the favourites who are in the last group (times UK): Grabsch 14:34:30; Wiggins 14:37.30; Porte 14:45; Phinney 14:46.30; Millar 14:49.30; Martin 14:51; Cancellara 14:52.30
11:15 - Riders depart at 90 seconds intervals with the riders divided into four groups with a 36-minute break between groups.
11:10 - The course is 46.4km with the riders completing two laps of a 23.2km circuit which starts and finishes at City Hall square in the heart of Copenhagen. Route Map
11:05 - 65 riders line up in their quest to win the rainbow jersey with Britons David Millar and Bradley Wiggins up against favourites Fabian Cancellara, a four-times world champion, and German Tony Martin.
11:00 - Welcome to live coverage of the men's elite time trial at the World Road Championships in Copenhagen.