World Cycling Championships 2018 Innsbruck, Austria: Riders Road Race - men

Vincenzo Nibali - World Cycling Championships 2018 Innsbruck, Austria: Rider Road Race - menThe road race at the Worlds is played out on a demanding route with almost 5,000 vertical metres. So it makes sense that the best climbers of the world line-up. Cyclingstage.com brings you the start list of the road race at the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria. (Slideshow route/profile)

Countries with (max) 8 entries
Australia: Simon Clarke, Rohan Dennis, Jack Haig, Chris Hamilton, Damien Howson, Robert Power, Rory Sutherland, Nick Schultz

Belgium: Tiesj Benoot, Laurens De Plus, Ben Hermans, Xandro Meurisse, Serge Pauwels, Dylan Teuns, Greg Van Avermaet, Tim Wellens

Colombia: Nairo Quintana, Rigoberto Urán, Miguel Ángel López,Sebastian Henao, Sergio Henao, Winner Anacona, Rodrigo Contreras, Daniel Felipe Martínez

Denmark: Kasper Asgreen, Matti Breschel, Niklas Eg, Jakob Fuglsang, Jesper Hansen, Mads Würtz Schmidt, Michael Valgren Andersen, Emil Vinjebo

France:  Julian Alaphilippe, Romain Bardet, Tony Gallopin, Anthony Roux, Rudy Molard, Thibaut Pinot, Warren Barguil, Alexandre Geniez

Great Britain: Adam Yates, Simon Yates, Connor Swift, Hugh Carthy, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Peter Kennaugh, James Knox, Ian Stannard

Italy: Gianluca Brambilla, Dario Cataldo, Damiano Caruso, Alessandro De Marchi, Gianni Moscon, Vincenzo Nibali, Franco Pellizotti, Domenico Pozzovivo

Netherlands: Tom Dumoulin, Bauke Mollema, Steven Kruijswijk, Wilco Kelderman, Sam Oomen, Wout Poels, Antwan Tolhoek, Pieter Weening

Slovenia: Primoz Roglic, Grega Bole, Matej Mohoric, Domen Novak, Luka Pibernik, Jan Polanc, Simon Spilak, Jan Tratnik

Spain: Alejandro Valverde, Jonathan Castroviejo, David de la Cruz, Jesús Herrada, Ion Izagirre, Omar Fraile, Enric Mas, Mikel Nieve

Country with 7 entries
Slovakia:
Peter Sagan, Juraj Sagan, Patrik Tybor, Erik Baska, Marek Canecky, Martin Haring, Martin Mahdar

Countries with 6 entries
Austria: Michael Gogl, Felix Großschartner, Patrick Konrad, Gregor Mühlberger, Lukas Pöstlberger, Georg Preidler

Czechia: Zdenek Stybar, Roman Kreuziger, Jozef Černý, Jan Hirt, Karel Hník, Michael Kukrle

Germany: Emanuel Buchmann, Marcus Burghardt, Nico Denz, Simon Geschke, Paul Martens, Maximilian Schachmann

Luxembourg: Bob Jungels, Laurent Didier, Jean-Pierre Drucker, Ben Gastauer, Alex Kirsch, Tom Wirtgen

Norway: Edvald Boasson Hagen, Sven Erik Bystrøm, Odd Christian Eiking, Carl Fredrik Hagen, Markus Hoelgaard, Vegard Stake Laengen

Poland: Maciej Bodnar, Michal Golas, Michal Kwiatkowski, Rafal Majka, Lukasz Owsian, Maciej Paterski

Russia: Ilnur Zakarin, Ildar Arslanov, Sergei Chernetckii, Pavel Kochetkov, Ivan Rovny, Pavel Sivakov, Dmitri Strakhov

Switzerland: Mathias Frank, Kilian Frankiny, Steve Morabito, Sébastien Reichenbach, Michael Schär, Patrick Schelling

Countries with 4 entries
Belarus: Vasil Kiryienka, Ilia Koshevoy, Alexandr Riabushenko, Yauheni Sobal
Canada: Rob Britton, Antoine Duchesne, Hugo Houle, Michael Woods
Ireland: Daniel Martin, Nicolas Roche, , Ryan Mullen, Conor Dunne
Kazakhstan: Daniil Fominykh, Bakhtiyar Kozhatayev, Nikita Stalnov, Andrey Zeits
Portugal: Rui Costa, Rúben Guerreiro, Tiago Machado, Nelson Oliveira
New Zealand: George Bennet, Patrick Bevin, Sam Bewley, Dion Smith
United States: Brent Bookwalter, Benjamin King, Sepp Kuss, Peter Stetina

Countries with 3 entries
Estonia: 
Rein Taaramäe, Norman Vahtra, Tanel Kangert

Countries with 2 entries
Ecuador: Richard Carapaz, Jhonatan Narvaez
Eritrea: Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier, Merhawi Kudus
Latvia: 
Tom Skujins, Krists Neilands
South Africa:
Nicholas Dlamini, Jacques J. van Rensburg
Ukrain: Andrey Grivko, Andrey Brataschuk

Countries with 1 entry
Argentina: Eduardo Sepulveda
Brasil:
Nicolas Sessler
Costa Rica:
Roman Villalobos
Croatia: Josip Rumac
Ethiopia: Tsgabu Grmay
Greece: Stylianos Farantakis
Hong Kong:
Ho San Chiu 
Japan: Hideto Nakane
Lithuania: Ignatas Konovalovas
Sweden: Tobias Ludvigsson, Kim Magnusson

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