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European Road Championships 2021 odds

Odds at European Road Championships 2021

There is no odds at European Road Championships 2021 yet, but we have found odds at Vuelta a España 2020.

Odds at European Road Championships 2019

Who wins Men's time trial?

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Who wins Men's road race?

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Dylan Groenewegen2.752.75
Sam Bennett3.253.25
Álvaro José Hodeg7.007.00
Baptiste Planckaert10.0010.00
Arnaud Démare13.0013.00
Jasper Philipsen17.0017.00
Lukasz Wisniowski17.0017.00
Phil Bauhaus26.0026.00
Aaron Verwilst34.0034.00
Kristoffer Halvorsen34.0034.00
Timothy Dupont34.0034.00
Jakub Mareczko41.0041.00
Lars Bak41.0041.00
Philippe Gilbert41.0041.00
Edward Theuns51.0051.00
Sacha Modolo51.0051.00
Matteo Moschetti67.0067.00
Oliver Naesen67.0067.00
Greg Van Avermaet81.0081.00
Mike Teunissen81.0081.00
Chris Lawless101.00101.00
Florian Senechal101.00101.00
Mads Pedersen101.00101.00
Zdenek Stybar101.00101.00
Amaury Capiot151.00151.00
Bob Jungels151.00151.00
Iván García Cortina201.00201.00
Jens Debusschere201.00201.00
Joris Nieuwenhuis201.00201.00
Moreno Hofland201.00201.00
Søren Kragh Andersen201.00201.00
Stan Dewulf201.00201.00
Ryan Gibbons251.00251.00
Davide Ballerini301.00301.00
Juan Sebastián Molano301.00301.00
Lars Boom301.00301.00
Thomas Boudat301.00301.00
Tim Wellens301.00301.00
Boy Van Poppel401.00401.00
Casper Pedersen401.00401.00
Jempy Drucker401.00401.00
Lionel Taminiaux401.00401.00
Milan Menten401.00401.00
Ramon Sinkeldam401.00401.00
Jürgen Roelandts501.00501.00
Jan-Willem Van Schip501.00501.00
Jasha Sütterlin501.00501.00
Mark Renshaw501.00501.00
Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg501.00501.00

European Road Championships 2019

The European Road Cycling Championships 2019 will take place from 7 to 11 August 2019 in Alkmaar, the Netherlands. In total, the world championships consist of six road races and seven time-trials, and is regulated by the Union Européenne de Cyclisme (UEC).

The president of the UEC, Rocco Cattaneo, says: “The Road European Championships is an important event in which 800 athletes from 50 countries will be competing and will have extensive media coverage thanks to the agreement between the UEC and Eurovision. We are especially pleased that this next edition is being held in the Netherlands because when sport is mentioned in this country, it is above all cycling that is talked about.

This is why we are certain that we will experience a high level event from 7 to 11 August not just in sporting terms but also thanks to the great passion of the Dutch people for our sport. I would like to thank the Dutch Cycling Federation, its President Marcel Wintels, the City of Alkmaar and its Mayor Piet Bruinooge as well as the organisers that have worked with skill and devotion to stage one of the most important events on the international calendar.

Last year, the Glasgow-hosted race was won by Italian rider Matteo Trentin. He beat Mathieu van der Poel (the Netherlands) and Wout van Aert (Belgium) in the final sprint to claim victory. Trentin said: “Winning a European title is an unbelievable feeling, especially because this win comes after a very unlucky season due to several accidents. The Italian national team was brilliant and it all went as planned and Davide Cimolai was exceptional steering me in the sprint."

The 2019 favourites

Trentin will be looking to claim a second title in a row, but a number of big names will challenge him. Fellow Italian rider Elia Viviani will be a hot favourite, especially after his performance in Prudential RideLondon. Norway’s Alexander Kristoff is also a hot favourite. Nico Denz, John Degenkolb and Rick Zabel from Germany will be tough to beat, and Jasper Stuyven and Greg van Avermaet from Belgium will be leading the charge for them.

Elsewhere, Mark Cavendish, Adam Blythe and Luke Rowe feature in a strong Great Britain team and will be hoping for a good race, while Dutch rider van der Poel will be hoping to go one better in his home country this year. The French team, fresh from a better performance in the Tour de France will also be dangerous. Warren Barguil, Julian Alaphilippe and Romain Bardet form a strong team.

The Spanish cycling federation (RFEC) has decided not to send an elite men's squad to compete, however.

The winner will have the honour of wearing the European Champions jersey.