Arndt retains women's time-trial title
Germany's Judith Arndt retained her women's time-trial title at the cycling world road championships in Valkenburg, Netherlands, on Tuesday.
The 36-year-old, Olympic silver medalist in London, beat American Evelyn Stevens by 33sec with New Zealand's Linda Villumsen third at 40sec after the 24.3sec race from Eijsden to Valkenburg.
Britain's Emma Pooley, the 2010 world time-trial winner, finished fourth at 49sec.
Arndt won the world road race title in 2004.
Women's time-trial (24.3km)
1. Judith Arndt (GER) 32min 26sec
2. Evelyn Stevens (USA) at 33sec
3. Linda Villumsen (NZL) 40
4. Emma Pooley (GBR) 49
5. Ellen Van Dijk (NED) 54
6. Ina Teutenberg (GER) 1min 33sec
7. Amber Neben (USA) 1:43
8. Trixi Worrack (GER) 1:44
9. Martina Sablikova (CZE) 1:59
10. Shara Gillow (AUS) 1:59.
Women's junior time-trial (15.6km)
1. Elinor Barker (GBR) 22min 26sec (average: 41.714 km/h)
2. Cecilie Ludwig (DEN) at 35sec
3. Demi Di Jong (NED) 1:03
4. Emily Roper (AUS) 1:08
5. Ramona Forchini (SUI) 1:10
6. Eva Mottet (FRA) 1:11
7. Christina Sigaard (DEN) 1:13
8. Corinna Lechner (GER) 1:13
9. Nicky Zijlaard (NED) 1:14
10. Lourdes Oyarbide (ESP) 1:15
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