The Spanish rider Jonathan Castroviejo has met forecasts that marked him as the favorite to win the time trial at the European Championships cycling. The Movistar rider set the best record in goal, covering the 45.5 km route in a time of 58 minutes and 13 seconds.

So, Castroviejo, of 29 years, became the first champion European specialty since in these championships Plumelec is the first time participating cyclists in the elite category. Now we have to wait to continue the streak for Getxo and finally conquer a medal at a world championship.

Second place stared Victor Campenaerts, Belgian time trial champion this year that runs from 2016 in the Lotto NL Jumbo, with a time 30 seconds higher than Castroviejo. Third was the Italian Moreno Moser, 39 seconds behind the winner, and fourth was the Portuguese Nelson Oliveira, so Movistar almost doubles up on the podium. The other Spanish, Luis Leon Sanchez, was twelfth.

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In the women, the gold was for the Dutch Ellen Van Dijk, followed by compatriot Anna Van der Berghen and Russian Olga Zabelinskaya. Under 23 categories, the winner was the Russian Anastasiia Iakovenko, accompanied on the podium by the Bulgarian Kseniya Tuhai and German Lisa Klein. The Spanish representative, Sheyla Gutierrez, was fourteenth in category under 23 and thirty-fifth in the elite category.

Fewer than 23 categories, the gold went to the German Lennard Kamma, a cyclist who already knows what it is to be world champion this discipline in junior category. The silver went to Italian Filippo Ganna and the bronze went to Frenchman Remi Cavagna. Spanish participants, Gonzalo Serrano and Martin Bouzas, were twenty – fifth and thirty – fifth respectively.

As for the juniors, boys gold for the French Alexys Brunel with IƱigo Elosegi in twelfth place and Xabier Mikel Azparren in the position twenty. In girls, the gold was for the Italian Lisa Morzenti, with Spanish Sara Martin and Miriam Gardachal in positions thirteen and fifteen respectively.

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The Spanish rider Jonathan Castroviejo has met forecasts that marked him as the favorite to win the time trial at the European Championships cycling. The Movistar rider set the best record in goal, covering the 45.5 km route in a time of 58 minutes and 13 seconds. So, Castroviejo, of...