Rohan Dennis dominates men’s time trial at Road World Championships

25 September 2019 04:16
• Cyclist defends title by 1min 9sec from Remco Evenepoel• Dennis makes emphatic return having not raced since JulyBack in July Rohan Dennis made headlines by disappearing from the Tour de France in mysterious style, but two months later Australia’s world time trial champion made an emphatic entry to Harrogate, dominating the men’s elite time trial from start to finish to defend his title by 1min 9sec from the 19-year-old Belgian prodigy Remco Evenepoel, the youngest ever medallist in this event by several years.Dennis had abandoned the Tour de France on stage 12, the day before his main target, the solo time trial stage in Pau, in a move that appeared to have been sparked by a dispute with his trade team, Bahrain-Merida over equipment. On Wednesday he appeared at the start line in Northallerton with a bike that did not appear to be team issue, having not raced since July, with a point to prove. Related: Cycling Road World Championships: Dennis wins men's time trial – as it happened Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian