After the excitement of the Richmond 2015 Team Time Trial, we’ve had our first look at the Individual Time Trial course, and our first medals for riders in national teams, as the Junior women raced their ITT.
It’s interesting, because there was no live broadcast in 2013 either, but they managed finish-line shots plus interviews, which is bare minimum to me, and so simple even I could do it. I’m truly gutted for all these young riders who worked SO hard, and there’s no video record to show their friends, families, sponsors, future teams… or to watch themselves to see how they can improve. It’s 2015! This is not difficult! I hope they sort this out for Friday’s road race.
Luckily, there are a couple of mini-videos around, and photos and race reports as well. And if you find anything, tell me and I’ll edit it in.
USA Cycling gave us this short interview with winner Chloé Dygert after the race:
and Cycling Australia video-interviewed Anna-Leeza Hull on her bronze medal:
Tiny video from the UCI of Emeliah Harvie starting:
Race report from Dygert’s team TWENTY16 p/b SHO-AIR, and from the UCI, Cycling Tips, and Cycling Australia and fan’s-eye-view from Giro Jenny. Race report with photos on Cyclingnews. Photos by Balint Hamvas on Cyclephotos.co.uk, and more photos on the UCI facebook and Mini Bear Travels.
1. Chloé Dygert, USA, 0:20:18.47
2. Emma White, USA, + 01:05.53
3. Anna-Leeza Hull, Australia, + 01:26.08
4. Pernille Mathiesen, Denmark, + 01:30.41
5. Juliette Labous, France, + 01:35.96
6. Aafke Soet, Netherlands, + 01:40.67
7. Daria Pikulik, Poland, + 01:41.06
8. Gillian Ellsay, Canada, + 01:45.17
9. Agnieska Skalniak, Poland, + 01:47.51
10. Emeliah Harvie, Canada, + 01:49.51
And of course, it couldn’t be Worlds without more commissaire trauma…