World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway: Teams TTT – men

quickstep - World Cycling Championships 2017 Bergen, Norway: Teams TTT – (m)Since 2012 the World Championship is competed by trade teams. Every team features six riders. Cyclingstage.com brings you all teams with their selections. (Slideshow route/profile)

QuickStep is the current World Champion. The Belgian squad won the race also in 2012 and 2013, while BMC took the title in 2014 and 2015.

World Tour teams
Astana Pro Team: Dario Cataldo, Sergey Chernetskiy, Oscar Gatto, Andriy Hrivko, Truls Korsæth, Alexey Lutsenko

BMC Racing Team: Rohan Dennis,  Silvan Dillier,  Stefan Küng,  Daniel Oss, Tejay van Garderen, Miles Scotson

BORA – hansgrohe: Jan Bárta,  Maciej Bodnar,  Marcus Burghardt,  Patrick Konrad,  Gregor Mühlberger,  Christoph Pfingsten,  Lukas Pöstlberger,  Peter Sagan,  Aleksejs Saramotins

LottoNL-Jumbo: Lars Boom, Victor Campenaerts, Stef Clement, Jos van Emden, Primoz Roglic, Gijs Van Hoecke

Movistar Team: Andrey Amador,  Jonathan Castroviejo,  Alex Dowsett,  Imanol Erviti,  Gorka Izagirre,  Jasha Sütterlin

Orica-Scott: Luke Durbridge,  Alex Edmondson,  Michael Hepburn,  Damien Howson,  Daryl Impey,  Svein Tuft

Quick-Step Floors: Niki Terpstra, Bob Jungels, Yves Lampaert, Julien Vermote, Philippe Gilbert, Jack Bauer

Team Katusha – Alpecin: Reto Hollenstein,  Alexander Kristoff,  Tiago Machado,  Tony Martin, Michael Mørkøv,  Nils Politt

Team Sky: Owain Doull,  Chris Froome,  Vasil Kiryienka,  Michał Kwiatkowski,  Gianni Moscon,  Geraint Thomas

Team Sunweb: Tom Dumoulin,  Lennard Kämna,  Wilco Kelderman,  Søren Kragh Andersen,  Michael Matthews,  Sam Oomen

Trek – Segafredo: Julien Bernard,  Matthias Brändle,  Marco Coledan,  Koen de Kort,  Markel Irizar,  Jarlinson Pantano,  Edward Theuns

Lotto Soudal, Bahrain Merida, Cannondale-Drapac and AG2R La Mondiale have been invited, but are not participating.

Other teams

CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice: Marcin Białobłocki,  Jonas Koch,  Łukasz Owsian,  Maciej Paterski,  Mateusz Taciak,  Jan Tratnik

Joker Icopal: Ole Forfang,  Carl Fredrik Hagen,  Kristoffer Halvorsen,  Markus Hoelgaard,  Bjørn Tore Hoem,  Kristoffer Skjerping

Sangemini–MG.K Vis: Simone Bernardini,  Nicola Gaffurini,  Michele Gazzara,  Niccolò Salvietti,  Michele Scartezzini,  Paolo Totò

Team FixIT.no: Marius Blålid, Ken-Levi Eikeland, Åsmund Løvik, Kristoffer Madsen, Bjørnar Øverland, Elias Angell Spikseth

Team Sparebanken Sør: Kristian Aasvold, Herman Dahl, Fridtjof Røinås, Mathias Skjold, Trond Trondsen, Andreas Vangstad

Uno-X Hydrogen Development Team: Audun Fløtten, Erik Resell, Hans Kristian Rudland, Torjus Sleen, Torstein Træen, Syver Wærsted

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