World Cycling Championships 2016 Doha, Qatar: Riders Road Race – men

peter sagan world championships qatarThe road race at the UCI World Championships will be played out on October 16th. Chances are it will be up to the fast men in an echelon marked race, as Qatar and winds are inextricable. Cyclingstage.com brings you the participating countries and riders. (Slideshow route/profile)

Countries with 9 riders
Australia: Zakkari Dempster, Luke Durbridge, Mitchell Docker, Caleb Ewan, Heinrich Haussler, Mathew Hayman, Michael Matthews, Mark Renshaw

Belgium: Tom Boonen, Greg Van Avermaet, Jasper Stuyven, Jürgen Roelandts, Jens Debusschere, Jens Keukeleire, Iljo Keisse, Nikolas Maes, Oliver Naesen

Colombia: Fernando Gaviria, Carlos Eduardo Alzate, Edwin Avila, Omar Mendoza, Brayan Steven Ramirez, Rigoberto Uran, Walter Vargas

France: Nacer Bouhanni, Christophe Laporte, Cyril Lemoine, Geoffrey Soupe, Arnaud Démare, Yoann Offredo, William Bonnet, Marc Sarreau, Adrien Petit

Great Britain: Adam Blythe, Mark Cavendish, Stephen Cummings, Daniel McLay, Luke Rowe, Ian Stannard, Ben Swift, Geraint Thomas, Scott Thwaites

Italy: Elia Viviani, Giacomo Nizzolo, Sonny Colbrelli, Daniele Bennati, Matteo Trentin, Manuel Quinziato, Daniel Oss, Jacopo Guarnieri, Fabio Sabatini

Netherlands: Niki Terpstra, Dylan Groenewegen, Dylan van Baarle, Tom Dumoulin, Jos van Emden, Koen de Kort, Sebastian Langeveld, Danny van Poppel, Tom Leezer

Norway: Alexander Kristoff, Edvald Boasson Hagen, Vegard Breen, Sven Erik Bystrøm, Sondre Holst Enger, Daniel Hoelgaard, Truls Engen Korsæth, Vegard Stake Laengen, Kristoffer Skjerping

Spain: Jonathan Castroviejo, Imanol Erviti, Francisco Ventoso, Carlos Barbero, David de la Cruz, Omar Fraile, Juan Jose Lobato, Luis Angel Mate, Diego Rubio

Countries with 8 riders
Switzerland: Stefan Küng, Michael Schär, Silvan Dillier,Martin Elmiger, Reto Hollenstein, Pirmin Lang, Fabian Lienhard, Gregory Rast

Countries with 6 riders
Canada: Ryan Anderson, Guillaume Boivin, Adam de Vos, Antoine Duchesne, Hugo Houle, Ryan Roth

Czechia: Zdenek Stybar, Daniel Turek, Jiri Polnicky, Frantisek Sisr, Alois Kankovsky, Vojtech Hacecky

Denmark: Michael Mørkøv, Matti Breschel, Lars Bak, Magnus Cort Nielsen, Christopher Juul Jensen, Søren Kragh Andersen

Eritrea: Natnael Berhane, Mekseb Debesay, Metkel Eyob, Tesfom Okubamariam, Daniel Teklehaimanot, Meron Teshome

Germany: André Greipel, John Degenkolb, Marcel Kittel, Tony Martin, Nils Politt, Marcel Sieberg, Jasha Sütterlin

Poland: Adrian Banaszek, Maciej Bodnar, Karol Domagalski, Lukasz Owsian, Maciej Paterski, Łukasz Wiśniowski

Russia: Maxim Belkov, Viacheslav Kuznetsov, Sergey Lagutin, Roman Maikin, Alexander Porsev, Anton Vorobyev

Ukraine: Andrii Bratashchuk, Vitaliy Buts, Mykhaylo Kononenko, Andriy Kulyk, Sergiy Lagkuti, Andriy Vasylyuk

United States: Robin Carpenter, Chad Haga, Eric Marcotte, Taylor Phinney, Alexey Vermeulen, Joey Rosskopf

Countries with 3 riders
Algeria: Abderrahmane Mehdi Hamza, Azzedine Lagab, Youcef Reguigui

Argentina: Mauro Abel Richeze, Maximiliano Richeze, Francisco Chamorro

Belarus: Yauheni Hutarovich, Siarhei Papok, Kanstantsin Siutsou

Estonia: Alo Jakin, Gert Jõeäär, Mihkel Raim

Ireland: Sam Bennett, Matthew Brammeier, Ryan Mullen

Kazakhstan: Dmitriy Gruzdev, Alexey Lutsenko, Ruslan Tleubayev

Lithuania: Gediminas Bagdonas, Aidis Kruopis, Ramunas Navardauskas

Morocco: Anass Ait el Abdia, Soufiane Haddi, Salah Eddine Mraouni

Portugal: José Gonçalves, Sérgio Paulinho, Nelson Oliveira

Slovakia: Peter Sagan, Juraj Sagan, Michael Kolar

Slovenia: Grega Bole, Borut Bozic, Luka Mezgec

South Africa: Nick Dougall, Ryan Gibbons, Clint Hendricks

Countries with 2 riders
Austria: Bernhard Eisel, Marco Haller

Japan: Yukiya Arashiro, Fumiyuki Beppu

Latvia: Andzs Flaksis, Maris Bogdanovics

Luxembourg: Bob Jungels, Jempy Drucker

New Zealand: Jack Bauer, Dion Smith

Countries with 1 rider

Azerbaijan: Maksym Averin

Ethiopia: Tedros Redae

Finland: Matti Manninen

Greece: Ioannis Tamouridis

Hong Kong: Burr Ho

Mexico: Rene Corella

Mongolia: Myagmarsuren Baasankhuu

Romania: Andrei Nechita

Rwanda: Bonaventure Uwizeyimana

Sweden: Jonas Ahlstrand

Tunisia: Hassen Ben Nasr

Uruguay: Fabricio Ferrari

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