The riders set off from Market Street and shortly they enter the circuit on Corrimal Street. They race toward Mount Keira, but without entering the climb. The route zigzags a little until the only proper uphill kicker is tackled in the residential suburb Mount Ousley. The climb on Dumfries Avenue is 700 metres long and averaging 6.7%.
Since the lap is tackled twice the Dumfries Avenue climb appears twice. It’s crested after 7 kilometres and after 24.5 kilometres. On both occassions there is a time check at the highest point. The third time check is the first passage on the line.
The finish is situated just after the Flagstaff Hill lighthouse on Marine Drive, a stone throw’s away from the South Pacific Ocean.
Another interesting read: results ITT – 2022 World Cycling Championships.
World Cycling Championships 2022 Wollongong, Australia – itt men: routes & profiles
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