World Cycling Championships 2014 Ponferrada: Riders Road Race

Rui CostaSunday, September 28, sees the World Cycling Championships in Ponferrada, Spain. Last edition brought a Portuguese party with Rui Costa besting Spaniards Joaquim Rodríguez and Alejandro Valverde plus recent Tour-winner Vincenzo Nibali. Cyclingstage.com brings you all riders contending in Ponferrada. (Slideshow route/profile)

Underneath you can find all the riders per country, sorted by the number of entries.

Australia
Simon Clarke, Rohan Dennis, Cadel Evans, Simon Gerrans, Adam Hansen, Heinrich Haussler, Matthews Hayman, Michael Matthews, Rory Sutherland

Belgium
Philippe Gilbert, Tom Boonen, Jan Bakelants, Greg Van Avermaet, Sep Vanmarcke, Ben Hermans, Tim Wellens, Johan Vansummeren, Jelle Vanendert

Colombia
Janier Acevedo, Winner Anacona, Julian Arredondo, Carlos Betancur, Esteban Chaves, Sebastian Henao, Carlos Quintero, Miguel Rubiano, Rigoberto Uran

France
Romain Bardet, Warren Barguil, Nacer Bouhnanni, Sylvain Chavanel, Tony Gallopin, Cyril Gautier, Jéan Christophe Péraud, Kevin Reza, Geoffrey Soupe

Germany
Johannes Frohlinger, John Degenkolb, Simon Geschke, André Greipel, Christian Knees, Paul Martens, Tony Martin, Dominik Nerz, Paul Voss

Great Britain
Steve Cummings, Chris Froome, Pete Kennaugh, David Millar, Luke Rowe, Ben Swift, Geraint Thomas, Adam Yates, Simon Yates

Italy 
Vincenzo Nibali, Fabio Aru, Daniele Bennati, Damiano Caruso, Giampaolo Caruso, Sonny Colbrelli, Alessandro De Marchi, Manuel Quinziato, Giovanni Visconti

The Netherlands
Bauke Mollema, Wilco Kelderman, Pieter Weening, Tom-Jelte Slagter, Wout Poels, Tom Dumoulin, Dylan van Baarle, Stef Clement, Steven Kruijswijk

Poland
Michal Kwiatkowski, Przemyslaw Niemec, Maciej Bodnar, Michał Gołaś, Bartosz Huzarski, Maciej Paterski, Michal Podlaski, Pawel Poljanski, Łukasz Wiśniowski

Spain
Joaquim Rodriguez, Alejandro Valverde, Jonathan Castroviejo, Imanol Erviti, Jesus Herrada, Ion Izagirre, Daniel Moreno, Daniel Navarro, Luis León Sánchez

Austria
Matthias Brändle, Bernard Eisel, Marco Haller, Patrick Konrad, Georg Preidler, Ricardo Zoidl

Denmark
Matti Breschel, Chris Anker Sørensen, Christopher Juul-Jensen, Nicki Sørensen, Michael Mørkøv, Michael Valgren

Portugal
André Cardoso, Rui Costa, Tiago Machado, José Mendes, Nelson Oliveira, Sergio Paulinho

Russia
Sergei Chernetskiy, Alexandr Kolobnev, Roman Maikin, Andrei Solomennikov, Yuri Trofimov, Ilnur Zakarin

Slovenia
Grega Bole, Kristjan Fajt, Jure Kocjan, Kristijan Koren, Luka Mezgec, Jan Polanc

Ukrain
Andriy Grivko, Andriy Khripta, Mykaylo Kononenko, Dmytro Krivtsov, Sergiy Lagkuti, Oleksandr Polivoda

United States
Brent Bookwalter, Tejay van Garderen, Alex Howes, Eric Marcotte, Kiel Reijnen, Andrew Talansky

Morocco
Mouhcine Lahsaini, Essaïd Abelouache, Tarik Chaoufi, Mohamed Er Radai, Abdelati Saadoune

Venezuela: Carlos Galvis, Yonattah Monsalve, Carlos José Ochoa, Xavier Quevedo

Argentina: Lucas Gaday, Maximiliano Richeze, Eduardo Sepúlveda

Belarus: Yauheni Hutarovich, Vasil Kiryienka, Kanstantsin Sioutsou

Brasil: Murilo Fischer, Rafael Andriato, Cristian Egidio

Canada: Ryan Anderson, Christian Meier, Michael Woods

Croatia: Kristijan Đurasek,Emanuel Kišerlovski, Matija Kvasina

Czech Republic: Zdenek Stybar, Petr Vakoc, Jan Barta

Estonia: Alo Jakin, Gert Joeaar, Rein Taaramae

Ireland: Nicolas Roche, Daniel Martin, Philip Deignan

Japan: Yukiya Arashiro, Yukihiro Doi, Miyataka Shimizu

Kazakhstan: Alexsandr Dyachenko, Daniil Fominykh, Andrey Zeits

Lithuania: Ignatas Konovalovas,Ramūnas Navardauskas,Žydrūnas Savickas

New Zealand: Jack Bauer, Greg Henderson, George Bennett

Norway: Edvald Boasson Hagen, Alexander Kristoff, Lars Petter Nordhaug

Romania: Oleg Berdos, Andrei Nechita, Serghei Tvetcov

Slovakia: Peter Sagan, Martin Velits, Peter Velits

South Africa: Reinardt Janse van Rensburg, Jacques van Rensburg, Daryl Impey

Switzerland: Michael Albasini, Fabian Cancellara, Danilo Wyss

Algeria: Azzedine Lagab, Youcef Reguigui

Costa Rica: Andrey Amador, Juan Carlos Rojas

Eritrea: Natnael Berhane, Mekseb Debesay

Latvia: Aleksejs Saramotins, Toms Skujins

Ecuador: Segundo Navarrete

Greece: Ioannis Tamouridis

Luxembourg: Ben Gastauer

Sweden: Tobias Ludvigsson

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