The 2011 UCI Road World Championships take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, over September 19-25, 2011.

On this page we keep track of who has won what.

Medal table by event

Key: TT = time trial; RR = road race

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Junior women TT Jessica Allen (Aus) Elinor Barker (GBr) Mieke Kroger (Ger)
Under-23 men TT Luke Durbridge (Aus) Rasmus Quaade (Den) Michael Hepburn (Aus)
Junior men TT Mads Wurtz Schmidt (Den) James Oram (NZ) David Edwards (Aus)
Elite women TT Judith Arndt (Ger) Linda Villumsen (NZ) Emma Pooley (GBr)
Elite men TT Tony Martin (Ger) Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Fabian Cancellara (Swi)

Junior women RR Lucy Garner (GBr)

Jessy Druyts (Bel)

Christina Siggaard (Den)

Under-23 men RR


Arnaud Demare (Fra)

Adrien Petit (Fra)

Andrew Fenn (GBr)

Junior men RR


Pierre-Henri Lecuisinier (Fra) Martijn Degreve (Bel) Steven Lammertink (Ned)
Elite women RR


Giorgia Bronzini (Ita) Marianne Vos (Ned) Ina Teutenberg (Ger)
Elite men RR Mark Cavendish (GBr) Matt Goss (Aus) Andre Greipel (Ger)

Medal table by country

Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
Great Britain

2

2

2

6

Australia 2 1

2

5

France

2 1

0

3

Germany 2

0 3

5

Denmark 1

1 1

3

Italy

1 0

0

1

New Zealand

0 2

0

2

Belgium

0 2

0

2

Netherlands

0 1

1

2

Switzerland

0 0 1

1

Related links

Road World Championships 2011: Cycling Weekly’s coverage index

  • Matthew

    Some things which stand out to me, looking at that table:
    - 1/5 of medals won by Great Britain
    - Medalled in 6 of the 10 events
    - Every age group/gender medalled, apart from junior men

    Impressive.

  • Alistair Hodge

    So gutted for Lizzie Armitstead.. You can never predict a bunch sprint, but I think it’s highly likely she would have good a pretty shiny medal if she hadn’t had to slow down behind a crash in the final stretch.

  • Jeremy Newby

    This was history in the making. Well done to all, medal winners, or not, and of course a special “bravo” to Cav. The whole of Team GB have done us proud, not only Great Britain, but cycling as a sport and I only hope that at last, the British public and the media start to appreciate what fabulous athletes they all are and stop the stupid adulation of prima donna soccer players. BBC, Sky Sports et al, take note. (Sky in particular take note especially seeing its your name that adorns the GB kit!!!!!!!).

  • H MacLean

    Who would have thought it? GB at the top of the ROAD world! Fantastic effort, well done to all involved!!

  • Peter D.Reed

    Sorry, I forgot the Junior TT silver in all the excitement.