USA dominate the juniors men’s time trial at the World Championships

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Brandon McNulty (USA) won the junior men’s time trial at the World Championships in Doha, beating Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark) and Ian Garrison (USA).

The 18-year-old rode the course in Doha, Qatar in 34:42, good enough for a 35-second triumph over Denmark’s Mikkel Bjerg. American Ian Garrison finished third, 53 seconds behind McNulty.

McNulty has enjoyed a strong season, which includes general classification victories at Tour du Pays de Vaud, Trofeo Karlsberg, and Tour de l’Abitibi. He won two time trials at the Tour de l’Abitibi and one at the Trofeo Karlsberg.

World Championships 2016 – junior men’s time trial results:

1 Brandon McNulty (United States of America)

34:42

2 Mikkel Bjerg (Denmark)

+35”

3 Ian Garrison (United States of America)

+53”

4 Julius Johansen (Denmark)

+01’02”

5 Ruben Apers (Belgium)

+01’24”

6 Iver Knotten (Norway)

+01’32”

7 Awet Habtom (Eritrea)

+01’40”

8 Marc Hirschi (Switzerland)

+01’43”

9 Jaka Primozic (Slovenia)

+01’53”

10 Jarno Mobach (Netherlands)

+02’00”

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