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European Road Cycling Championships
European champion jersey 2016.svg
The champion's jersey
Race details
RegionEurope
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
Web siteuec.ch Edit this at Wikidata
History
First edition1995 (1995)

The European Road Cycling Championships are the set of European championship events for the various disciplines and distances in road cycling and have been regulated by the European Cycling Union since 1995. The championships are for under-23, junior (since 2005) and Elite riders (since 2016). The championships include a road race and an individual time trial since 1997, with women's events shorter than men's and junior's events shorter than under-23's. Championships are open to riders selected by their national cycling governing body. They compete in the colours of their country. As with national road race championships and the UCI Road World Championships, the winners are entitled to wear a special champion's jersey when racing throughout the year; in the case of the European Championship, a white jersey with blue bands and yellow stars, modelled on the flag of Europe, a symbolims and design adopted by both the Council of Europe and the European Union and widely used to represent the continent in sport.

Competitions

Number Year Country City Category Events
Road race Time trial
1 1995  Czech Republic Trutnov Under-23 2
2 1996  United Kingdom Isle of Man Under-23 2
3 1997  Austria Villach Under-23 4
4 1998  Sweden Uppsala Under-23 4
5 1999  Portugal Lisbon Under-23 4
6 2000  Poland Kielce Under-23 4
7 2001  France Apremont Under-23 4
8 2002  Italy Bergamo Grassobbio Under-23 4
9 2003  Greece Athens Vouliagmeni Under-23 4
10 2004  Estonia Otepää Under-23 4
11 2005  Russia Moscow Under-23, Junior 8
12 2006  Netherlands Valkenburg Heerlen
Valkenburg
Under-23, Junior 8
13 2007  Bulgaria Sofia Under-23, Junior 8
14 2008  Italy Verbania
Pallanza
Arona
Stresa
Under-23, Junior 8
15 2009  Belgium Hooglede-Gits Under-23, Junior 8
16 2010  Turkey Ankara Under-23, Junior 8
17 2011  Italy Offida Under-23, Junior 8
18 2012  Netherlands Goes Under-23, Junior 8
19 2013  Czech Republic Olomouc Under-23, Junior 8
20 2014   Switzerland Nyon Under-23, Junior 8
21 2015  Estonia Tartu Under-23, Junior 8
22 2016  France Plumelec Elite, Under-23, Junior 12
23 2017  Denmark Herning Elite, Under-23, Junior 12
24 2018  Czech Republic Zlín[1] Brno[1] Under-23, Junior 8
 United Kingdom Glasgow[2] Elite 4
25 2019  Netherlands Alkmaar Elite, Under-23, Junior, Mixed 13
26 2020  France Plouay Elite, Under-23, Junior, Mixed 13
27 2021  Italy Trento Elite, Under-23, Junior, Mixed 13
28 2022  Portugal Anadia Under-23, Junior 8
 Germany Munich Elite 4

All time medal table

As of 28 August 2020.

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Italy372935101
2 Netherlands2715850
3 Russia17141849
4 France16242363
5 Germany1691843
6 Denmark1113428
7 Belgium10131235
8 Ukraine912627
9 Poland86519
10  Switzerland67619
11 Norway44412
12 Czech Republic43310
13 Sweden35311
14 Lithuania34613
15 Great Britain34310
16 Slovenia33511
17 Slovakia2002
18 Belarus1337
19 Latvia1236
20 Spain1135
21 Austria1124
 Portugal1124
23 Croatia1001
24 Luxembourg0404
25 Estonia0213
26 Ireland0112
27 Hungary0011
Totals (27 nations)185180175540

Men's events

Men's elite road race

Men's elite time trial

Men's U23 road race

Men's U23 time trial

Women's events

Women's road race

Year 1st place, gold medalist(s) Gold medal 2nd place, silver medalist(s) Silver medal 3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Bronze medal
2016 Netherlands Anna van der Breggen Poland Katarzyna Niewiadoma Italy Elisa Longo Borghini
2017 Netherlands Marianne Vos Italy Giorgia Bronzini Russia Olga Zabelinskaya
2018 Italy Marta Bastianelli Netherlands Marianne Vos Germany Lisa Brennauer
2019 Netherlands Amy Pieters Italy Elena Cecchini Germany Lisa Klein
2020 Netherlands Annemiek van Vleuten Italy Elisa Longo Borghini Poland Katarzyna Niewiadoma
2021 Netherlands Ellen van Dijk Germany Liane Lippert Lithuania Rasa Leleivyte

Women's time trial

Women's U23 road race

Women's U23 time trial

Mixed events

Mixed time trial relay

Junior events

Men's junior road race

Main article: European Road Championships – Men's junior road race

Men's junior time trial

Main article: European Road Championships – Men's junior time trial

Women's junior road race

Main article: European Road Championships – Women's junior road race

Women's junior time trial

Main article: European Road Championships – Women's junior time trial


References

  1. ^ a b Turgis, Dominique (18 April 2018). "Deux villes pour le Championnat d'Europe Espoirs" [Two cities for the U23 European Championship]. DirectVelo (in French). Association Le Peloton. Retrieved 1 July 2018. Brno accueillera les épreuves contre-la-montre. Zlin recevra les courses en ligne. [Brno will host the time trials. Zlin will receive the road races.]
  2. ^ "Sports Programme: 2–12 August 2018" (PDF). Glasgow 2018. Culture and Sport Glasgow. Archived from the original (PDF) on 29 March 2017. Retrieved 14 May 2017.

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