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2020 Road World Championships odds

Who wins Men's road race 2020?

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Lowest
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Julian Alaphilippe5.505.50
Alejandro Valverde11.0011.00
Jakob Fuglsang12.0012.00
Primož Roglic15.0015.00
Vincenzo Nibali15.0015.00
Tadej Pogacar17.0017.00
Bauke Mollema19.0019.00
Thibaut Pinot19.0019.00
Simon Yates21.0021.00
Adam Yates26.0026.00
Egan Bernal26.0026.00
Remco Evenepoel26.0026.00
Dylan Teuns34.0034.00
Michael Woods34.0034.00
Romain Bardet34.0034.00
Sergio Higuita34.0034.00
Daniel Martin41.0041.00
Miguel Ángel López41.0041.00
Nairo Quintana Rojas41.0041.00
Tom Dumoulin41.0041.00
Davide Formolo51.0051.00
Geraint Thomas51.0051.00
Maximilian Schachmann51.0051.00
Mikel Landa51.0051.00
Wouter Poels51.0051.00
Alexey Lutsenko67.0067.00
Chris Froome67.0067.00
Michal Kwiatkowski67.0067.00
Rafal Majka67.0067.00
Richard Carapaz67.0067.00
Rui Costa67.0067.00
Tiesj Benoot67.0067.00
Emanuel Buchmann81.0081.00
Gianni Moscon81.0081.00
Rigoberto Urán81.0081.00
Enric Mas Nicolau101.00101.00
Fabio Aru101.00101.00
Mathieu Van Der Poel101.00101.00
Peter Sagan101.00101.00
Tim Wellens101.00101.00
Diego Ulissi126.00126.00
Giulio Ciccone126.00126.00
Marc Hirschi126.00126.00
Warren Barguil126.00126.00
Wilco Kelderman126.00126.00
David Gaudu151.00151.00
Esteban Chaves151.00151.00
Greg Van Avermaet151.00151.00
Jack Haig151.00151.00
Michael Valgren151.00151.00
Pavel Sivakov151.00151.00
Richie Porte151.00151.00
Thomas De Gendt151.00151.00
Tony Gallopin151.00151.00
Fausto Masnada201.00201.00
George Bennett201.00201.00
Gianluca Brambilla201.00201.00
Ilnur Zakarin201.00201.00
Iván Ramiro Sosa201.00201.00
Jesús Herrada201.00201.00
Jon Izagirre201.00201.00
Luis León Sánchez201.00201.00
Marc Soler201.00201.00
Omar Fraile201.00201.00
Pierre-Roger Latour201.00201.00
Steven Kruijswijk201.00201.00
Alessandro De Marchi251.00251.00
Benoît Cosnefroy251.00251.00
Bob Jungels251.00251.00
Carlos Betancur251.00251.00
Damiano Caruso251.00251.00
Eddie Dunbar251.00251.00
Laurens De Plus251.00251.00
Matej Mohoric251.00251.00
Michael Matthews251.00251.00
Rohan Dennis251.00251.00
Sepp Kuss251.00251.00
Simon Clarke251.00251.00
Daryl Impey301.00301.00
Diego Rosa301.00301.00
Gorka Izagirre301.00301.00
Gregor Mühlberger301.00301.00
Guillaume Martin301.00301.00
Hugh John Carthy301.00301.00
Lennard Kämna301.00301.00
Matteo Trentin301.00301.00
Pello Bilbao301.00301.00
Philippe Gilbert301.00301.00
Roman Kreuziger301.00301.00
Ruben Guerreiro301.00301.00
Tao Geoghegan Hart301.00301.00
Alex Aranburu401.00401.00
Alexis Vuillermoz401.00401.00
Ben Hermans401.00401.00
Daniel Felipe Martínez401.00401.00
Giovanni Visconti401.00401.00
Jelle Vanendert401.00401.00
John Degenkolb401.00401.00
Kasper Asgreen401.00401.00
Lilian Calmejane401.00401.00
Mads Pedersen401.00401.00
Mikel Nieve401.00401.00
Nils Politt401.00401.00
Oliver Naesen401.00401.00
Patrick Bevin401.00401.00
Patrick Konrad401.00401.00
Rudy Molard401.00401.00
Sébastien Reichenbach401.00401.00
Søren Kragh Andersen401.00401.00
Sam Oomen401.00401.00
Sep Vanmarcke401.00401.00
Sergio Henao401.00401.00
Tanel Kangert401.00401.00
Valentin Madouas401.00401.00
Wout Van Aert401.00401.00
Xandro Meurisse401.00401.00
Aleksandr Vlasov501.00501.00
Domenico Pozzovivo501.00501.00
Fabio Felline501.00501.00
Felix Grossschartner501.00501.00
Gino Mäder501.00501.00
Iván García Cortina501.00501.00
Kilian Frankiny501.00501.00
Mark Padun501.00501.00
Mathias Frank501.00501.00
Matteo Badilatti501.00501.00
Niki Terpstra501.00501.00
Óscar Rodríguez601.00601.00
Alberto Bettiol601.00601.00
Andrey Amador601.00601.00
Antwan Tolhoek601.00601.00
Ben O'connor601.00601.00
Ben Swift601.00601.00
Carl Fredrik Hagen601.00601.00
Dario Cataldo601.00601.00
Dylan Van Baarle601.00601.00
Jasper Stuyven601.00601.00
Louis Meintjes601.00601.00
Lucas Hamilton601.00601.00
Magnus Cort601.00601.00
Mattia Cattaneo601.00601.00
Nathan Haas601.00601.00
Nicolas Roche601.00601.00
Pierre Rolland601.00601.00
Rein Taaramäe601.00601.00
Robert Gesink601.00601.00
Simon Geschke601.00601.00
Stefan Küng601.00601.00
Tejay Van Garderen601.00601.00
Toms Skujinš601.00601.00
Tony Martin601.00601.00
Alexander Kristoff801.00801.00
Alexandre Geniez801.00801.00
Benjamin King801.00801.00
Brandon Mc Nulty801.00801.00
Chris Harper801.00801.00
David De La Cruz801.00801.00
Eduard Prades801.00801.00
Edvald Boasson Hagen801.00801.00
Giovanni Carboni801.00801.00
Hermann Pernsteiner801.00801.00
James Knox801.00801.00
Jan Hirt801.00801.00
Jan Polanc801.00801.00
Jay Mc Carthy801.00801.00
Jesper Hansen801.00801.00
Jhonatan Restrepo801.00801.00
Joey Rosskopf801.00801.00
Jonas Vingegaard801.00801.00
Merhawi Kudus801.00801.00
Neilson Powless801.00801.00
Nicolas Edet801.00801.00
Niklas Eg801.00801.00
Odd Christian Eiking801.00801.00
Patrick Schelling801.00801.00
Robert Power801.00801.00
Roland Thalmann801.00801.00
Serge Pauwels801.00801.00
Silvan Dillier801.00801.00
Tom-Jelte Slagter801.00801.00
Tomasz Marczynski801.00801.00
Zdenek Stybar801.00801.00
Andreas Leknessund1001.001001.00
Dries Devenyns1001.001001.00
Jaakko Hänninen1001.001001.00
Jai Hindley1001.001001.00
Jhonatan Narváez1001.001001.00
Joe Dombrowski1001.001001.00
José Gonçalves1001.001001.00
Stefan Bissegger1001.001001.00
Tobias Foss1001.001001.00

UCI Road World Championships 2019

The UCI Road World Championships 2019 begins on Sunday 22nd September and ends on the Sunday 29th September, taking place in Harrogate, United Kingdom. Over the course of the week, the world’s best road bike riders will compete in an individual time trial (ITT) and team time trial (TTT) before the prestigious World Championship road race on Sunday 29th September. It is the 92nd UCI Road World Championships, and the fourth time the UK has held the Championships.

The road race will see the peloton start in Leeds and finish in Harrogate, racing a 284.5 km route that includes seven circuits.

Last year, the race was won by Alejandro Valverde (Spain), who took over from three-time consecutive winner Peter Sagan (Slovakia). Valverde beat Romain Bardet (France) and Michael Woods (Canada) in the hilly route at Innsbruck last year.

The 2019 route

The peloton will go from Leeds into the Yorkshire Dales, where three significant climbs come in quick succession. If this pace is pushed, expect splits, and aggressive riders will be looking for breakaway opportunities. The riders will then welcome a fast approach to Harrogate, where they will be greeted with seven laps before the rainbow jersey will be decided.

Recent winners, teams and favourites

The Road World Championships is the only race in which riders represent their country and not their professional team. The World Championships is always at the end of the season and the winning rider wears the rainbow jersey for the year following.

Before Valverde and Sagan’s three wins, Michal Kwiatkowski (Poland) won in 2014 and Rui Costa (Portugal) in 2013. Given the race status, expect all the big names to line up on the start line.

Julian Alaphilippe (France), fresh from his Tour de France triumphs, will be a hot favourite as an aggressive one-day specialist, alongside Kwiatkowski, Valverde, Primoz Roglic (Slovenia), Greg Van Avermaet (Belgium) and Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands), who came fourth last year. Romain Bardet, second last year, and Thibaut Pinot form a strong French squad. Gianni Moscon (Italy) had a good showing last year, coming fifth, and will be hoping to make the podium this year.

Being on home soil, the British riders will also be heavy favourites to win in front of a local crowd. Adam Yates (GBR), Geraint Thomas (GBR) and Simon Yates (GBR) will fancy their chances.

Sagan will always be a favourite and if he can last on the climbs then he could ride himself into the rainbow jersey once more.