World Cycling Championship: elites time trial


As one of the world’s foremost countries in the world of cycling, Belgium is honoured to host the World Cycling Championship event. On Sunday, one of the key events takes place: the elite men’s time trials. Can the Belgian delegation win the title on home soil? Learn more about it and bet smart!

The event

As the standout event in the time trials discipline, the men’s elite individual time trials event will serve as the start of 4 days of time trial action. From the departure at the seaside, in front of the Knokke-Heist casino, the race will cross a distance of 43.30 kilometres before arriving in Bruges. On their way, cyclists will battle against the elements on a relatively flat stage, following canals and open terrain.

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The participants

The participants for Belgium almost need no introduction. With exceptional performances in single-stage and multi-stage cycling events all throughout the year so far, there’s just no way around Wout van Aert and Remco Evenepoel. Last year, Wout van Aert came in second, after Italian Filippo Ganna, who won in front of his home crowd at Imola. Can Wout van Aert grab the rainbow jersey this time around?

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Other upcoming events

With the elite women’s time trial event, the junior time trial events, and the road races next weekend, there’s more than enough action for you as a cycling fan to make the most of the World Cycling Championship in Belgium. Expect our boosted odds GoldenOdds to help you along the way! If you’re more into football, you’ll find that our odds on the favourites are the best on the market. Go for it!

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