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2015 national road cycling championships

The 2015 national road cycling championships began in Australia with the time trial event (both men and women) on 8 January, as is tradition.

Jerseys

The winner of each national championship wears the national jersey in all their races for the next year in the respective discipline, apart from the World Championships and the Olympics, or unless they are wearing a category leader's jersey in a stage race. Most national champion jerseys tend to represent a country's flag or use the colours from it. Jerseys may also feature traditional sporting colours of a country that are not derived from a national flag, such as the green and gold on the jerseys of Australian national champions.

2015 champions

Men's Elite

Country Men's Elite Road Race Champion Road Race Champion's Team Men's Elite Time Trial Champion Time Trial Champion's Team
 Albania Redi Halilaj[1] Amore & Vita–Selle SMP Eugert Zhupa[2] Southeast Pro Cycling
 Algeria Abderrahmane Mansouri[3] Vélo Club Sovac Abdelkader Belmokhtar[4] Groupement Sportif des Pétroliers d'Algérie
 Andorra Julio Pintado[5]
 Antigua and Barbuda Bridges Jyme[6] Robert Marsh[7]
 Argentina Daniel Juárez[8] Alejandro Durán[9]
 Aruba Jean Junor[10] Gino Hodge[11]
 Australia Heinrich Haussler[12] IAM Cycling Richie Porte[13] Team Sky
 Austria Marco Haller[14] Team Katusha Georg Preidler[15] Team Giant–Alpecin
 Azerbaijan Maksym Averin[16] Synergy Baku Maksym Averin[17] Synergy Baku
 Bahrain Mansoor Jawad[18] Sayed Ahmed Alawi[19]
 Belarus Andrei Krasilnikau[20] Minsk Cycling Club Vasil Kiryienka[21] Team Sky
 Belgium Preben Van Hecke[22] Topsport Vlaanderen–Baloise Jurgen Van den Broeck[23] Lotto–Soudal
 Belize Giovanni Lovell[24]
 Bermuda Dominique Mayho[25] Shannon Lawrence[26]
 Bolivia Óscar Soliz[27] Movistar Team América Óscar Soliz[28] Movistar Team América
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Aleksa Crncevic[29]
 Brazil Everson Camilo[30] Magno Prado Nazaret[31] Carrefour Funvic Soul Cycling Team
 Bulgaria Nikolay Mihaylov[32] CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice Nikolay Mihaylov[32] CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice
 Canada Guillaume Boivin[33] Optum–Kelly Benefit Strategies Hugo Houle[34] AG2R La Mondiale
 Chile José Luis Rodríguez[35] Wolfgang Burmann[36]
 Colombia Robinson Chalapud[37] Orgullo Antioqueño Rigoberto Urán[38] Etixx–Quick-Step
 Costa Rica Bryan Villalobos[39] Josué González[40]
 Croatia Emanuel Kišerlovski[41] Meridiana–Kamen Matija Kvasina[42] Team Felbermayr–Simplon Wels
 Cuba José Mogica[43] José Mogica[44]
 Cyprus Konstantinos Thymides[45] Andreas Miltiadis[46]
 Czech Republic Petr Vakoč[47] Etixx–Quick-Step Jan Bárta[48] Bora–Argon 18
 Denmark Chris Anker Sørensen[49] Tinkoff–Saxo Christopher Juul-Jensen[50] Tinkoff–Saxo
 Dominican Republic Norlandy Tavera[51] Aero Cycling Team Rafael Merán[52] Aero Cycling Team
 Ecuador José Ragonessi[53] Movistar Team Ecuador Jonathan Caicedo[54]
 Eritrea Natnael Berhane[55] MTN–Qhubeka Daniel Teklehaimanot[56] MTN–Qhubeka
 Estonia Gert Jõeäär[57] Cofidis Gert Jõeäär[58] Cofidis
 Ethiopia Tsgabu Grmay[59] Lampre–Merida Tsgabu Grmay[60] Lampre–Merida
 Finland Samuel Pökälä[61] Samuel Pökälä[62]
 France Steven Tronet[63] Auber 93 Jérôme Coppel[64] IAM Cycling
 Germany Emanuel Buchmann[65] Bora–Argon 18 Tony Martin[66] Etixx–Quick-Step
 Georgia Giorgi Nareklishvili[67] Giorgi Nareklishvili[68]
 Greece Polychronis Tzortzakis[69] Ioannis Tamouridis[70] Synergy Baku
 Guatemala Manuel Oseas Rodas Ochoa[71] Cable DX-Decorabaños Manuel Oseas Rodas Ochoa[71] Cable DX-Decorabaños
 Hungary Istvan Molnar[72] Krisztián Lovassy[73] Differdange–Losch
 Iceland Ingvar Ómarsson[74] Hákon Hrafn Sigurðsson[75]
 Iran Behnam Maleki[76] Tabriz Petrochemical Team Hossein Askari[77] Pishgaman–Giant
 Ireland Damien Shaw[78] Ryan Mullen[79] An Post–Chain Reaction
 Israel Guy Sagiv[80] Yoav Bear[81] Cycling Academy
 Italy Vincenzo Nibali[82] Astana Adriano Malori[83] Movistar Team
 Jamaica Peter Thompson[84]
 Japan Kazushige Kuboki[85] Team UKYO Ryutaro Nakamura[86]
 Kazakhstan Oleg Zemlyakov[87] Vino 4ever Alexey Lutsenko[88] Astana
 Kuwait Salman Alsaffar[89] Kuwait Cycling Project Saied Jafer Alali[90] Kuwait Cycling Project
 Latvia Aleksejs Saramotins[91] IAM Cycling Gatis Smukulis[92] Team Katusha
 Lebanon Rachid Elias Abou Rachid Elias Abou[93]
 Lithuania Aidis Kruopis[94] An Post–Chain Reaction Ramūnas Navardauskas[95] Cannondale–Garmin
 Luxembourg Bob Jungels[96] Trek Factory Racing Bob Jungels[97] Trek Factory Racing
 Macedonia Stefan Petrovski[98] Stefan Petrovski[99]
 Malaysia Nur Amirul Fakhruddin Marzuki[100] Terengganu Cycling Team
 Malta Maurice Formosa[101]
 Mauritius Christopher Lagane[102]
 Mexico Ignacio de Jesús Prado[103] Flavio De Luna[104] Team SmartStop
 Morocco Soufiane Haddi[105] Skydive Dubai–Al Ahli Soufiane Haddi[106] Skydive Dubai–Al Ahli
 Namibia Dan Craven[107] Team Europcar Gerhard Mans[108]
 Netherlands Niki Terpstra[109] Etixx–Quick-Step Wilco Kelderman[110] LottoNL–Jumbo
 New Zealand Joseph Cooper[111] Avanti Racing Team Michael Vink[112] CCT p/b Champion System
 Nicaragua José Geovanni Rodríguez Cerda[113]
 Norway Edvald Boasson Hagen[114] MTN–Qhubeka Edvald Boasson Hagen[115] MTN–Qhubeka
 Panama Yelko Gómez[116]
 Poland Tomasz Marczyński[117] Torku Şekerspor Marcin Białobłocki[118] ONE Pro Cycling
 Portugal Rui Costa[119] Lampre–Merida Nelson Oliveira[120] Lampre–Merida
 Puerto Rico Edgardo Richiez[121] Juan Martínez[122]
 Romania Serghei Țvetcov[123] Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec Serghei Țvetcov[124] Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec
 Russia Yuri Trofimov[125] Team Katusha Artem Ovechkin[126] RusVelo
 Rwanda Joseph Biziyaremye[127] Valens Ndayisenga[128]
 Saint Lucia Fidel Esnard[129]
 San Marino Federico Gasperoni[130]
 Serbia Ivan Stević[131] Nankang–Dynatek Gabor Kasa[132] Nankang–Dynatek
 Slovakia Peter Sagan[133] Tinkoff–Saxo Peter Sagan[134] Tinkoff–Saxo
 Slovenia Luka Pibernik[135] Lampre–Merida Jan Tratnik[136] Amplatz–BMC
 South Africa Jacques Janse van Rensburg[137] MTN–Qhubeka Daryl Impey[138] Orica–GreenEDGE
 South Korea Sanghong Park[139] RTS–Santic Racing Team Kyung-gu Jang[140] Korail Cycling Team
 Spain Alejandro Valverde[141] Movistar Team Jonathan Castroviejo[142] Movistar Team
 Suriname Ruben Vismale[143]
 Sweden Alexander Gingsjö[144] Team Tre Berg–Bianchi Gustav Larsson[145] Cult Energy Pro Cycling
  Switzerland Danilo Wyss[146] BMC Racing Team Silvan Dillier[147] BMC Racing Team
 Syria Qaser Nazer[148] Qaser Nazer[149]
 Togo Abdou Raouf Akanga[150]
 Tunisia Rafaâ Chtioui[151] Skydive Dubai–Al Ahli Rafaâ Chtioui[152] Skydive Dubai–Al Ahli
 Turkey Ahmet Akdilek[153] Torku Şekerspor Ahmet Örken[154] Torku Şekerspor
 Ukraine Mykhailo Kononenko[155] Kolss BDC Team Sergiy Lagkuti[156] Kolss BDC Team
 United Kingdom Peter Kennaugh[157] Team Sky Alex Dowsett[158] Movistar Team
 United States Matthew Busche[159] Trek Factory Racing Andrew Talansky[160] Cannondale–Garmin
 Uruguay Geovane Fernández[161]
 Uzbekistan Ruslan Karimov[162] RTS–Santic Racing Team Muradjan Halmuratov[163]
 Venezuela Juan Murillo[164] Yonder Godoy[165] Androni Giocattoli–Sidermec

Champions in UCI WorldTeams

Team Road Race Champions Time Trial Champions
AG2R La Mondiale  Hugo Houle (CAN)
Astana  Vincenzo Nibali (ITA)  Alexey Lutsenko (KAZ)
BMC Racing Team  Danilo Wyss (SUI)  Silvan Dillier (SUI)
Etixx–Quick-Step  Niki Terpstra (NED)
 Petr Vakoč (CZE)
 Tony Martin (GER)
 Rigoberto Urán (COL)
FDJ
IAM Cycling  Heinrich Haussler (AUS)
 Aleksejs Saramotins (LAT)
 Jérôme Coppel (FRA)
Lampre–Merida  Rui Costa (POR)
 Tsgabu Grmay (ETH)
 Luka Pibernik (SLO)
 Tsgabu Grmay (ETH)
 Nelson Oliveira (POR)
Lotto–Soudal  Jurgen Van den Broeck (BEL)
Movistar Team  Alejandro Valverde (ESP)  Jonathan Castroviejo (ESP)
 Alex Dowsett (GBR)
 Adriano Malori (ITA)
Orica–GreenEDGE  Daryl Impey (RSA)
Cannondale–Garmin  Ramūnas Navardauskas (LTU)
 Andrew Talansky (USA)
Team Giant–Alpecin  Georg Preidler (AUT)
Team Katusha  Marco Haller (AUT)
 Yuri Trofimov (RUS)
 Gatis Smukulis (LAT)
LottoNL–Jumbo  Wilco Kelderman (NED)
Team Sky  Peter Kennaugh (GBR)  Vasil Kiryienka (BLR)
 Richie Porte (AUS)
Tinkoff–Saxo  Peter Sagan (SVK)
 Chris Anker Sørensen (DEN)
 Christopher Juul-Jensen (DEN)
 Peter Sagan (SVK)
Trek Factory Racing  Matthew Busche (USA)
 Bob Jungels (LUX)
 Bob Jungels (LUX)

Women's Elite

Country Women's Elite Road Race Champion Road Race Champion's Team Women's Elite Time Trial Champion Time Trial Champion's Team
 Algeria Aicha Tihar[166] Aicha Tihar[167]
 Antigua and Barbuda Tamiko Butler[168]
 Argentina Julia Sanchez Parma[169] Itau Shimano Ladies Power Team Valeria Müller[170]
 Aruba Cherley van der Linden[171] Cherley van der Linden[171]
 Australia Peta Mullens[172] Wiggle–Honda Shara Gillow[173] Rabo–Liv
 Austria Martina Ritter[174] BTC City Ljubljana Martina Ritter[175] BTC City Ljubljana
 Azerbaijan Olena Pavlukhina[176] BTC City Ljubljana Olena Pavlukhina[177] BTC City Ljubljana
 Belarus Alena Amialiusik[178] Velocio–SRAM Alena Amialiusik[179] Velocio–SRAM
 Belgium Jolien D'Hoore[180] Wiggle–Honda Ann-Sophie Duyck[181] Topsport Vlaanderen–Pro-Duo
 Belize Shalini Zabaneh[182] Alicia Thompson[182]
 Bermuda Zoenique Williams[183] Zoenique Williams[184]
 Bolivia Daniela Ortuño[171] Karen Salazar[185]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Alma Alijagic[186] Lejla Tanović[171]
 Brazil Clemilda Fernandes[187] Daniela Lionço[188]
 Canada Joëlle Numainville[189] Bigla Pro Cycling Team Karol-Ann Canuel[190] Velocio–SRAM
 Chile Denisse Ahumanda[191] Daniela Guajardo[192]
 Colombia Leidy Natalia Muñoz Ruiz[193]
 Costa Rica Marcela Rubiano[194] Katherine Herrera[195]
 Croatia Mia Radotić[196] BTC City Ljubljana Mia Radotić[197] BTC City Ljubljana
 Cuba Arlenis Sierra[198] Marlies Mejías[199]
 Cyprus Karmen Macheriotou[200] Karmen Macheriotou[201]
 Czech Republic Martina Sáblíková[202] Martina Sáblíková[203]
 Denmark Amalie Dideriksen[204] Rikke Lønne[205]
 Dominican Republic Cesarina Ballenilla[206] Team Caribe Juana Fernández[207] Arcoiris
 El Salvador Evelyn García[208] Lointek Evelyn García[209] Lointek
 Eritrea Mossana Debesay[210]
 Estonia Liisa Ehrberg[211] Liisi Rist[212] Inpa Sottoli Giusfredi
 Ethiopia Eyerusalem Kelil[213] S.C. Michela Fanini Rox Eyerusalem Kelil[214] S.C. Michela Fanini Rox
 Finland Lotta Lepistö[215] Bigla Pro Cycling Team Lotta Lepistö[216] Bigla Pro Cycling Team
 France Pauline Ferrand-Prévot[217] Rabo–Liv Audrey Cordon[218] Wiggle–Honda
 Germany Trixi Worrack[219] Velocio–SRAM Mieke Kröger[220] Velocio–SRAM
 Greece Argiro Milaki[221] Varvara Fasoi[222]
 Guatemala Jazmin Soto[223] Andrea Guillén[224]
 Hong Kong Meng Zhaojuan[225] Pang Yao[226]
 Hungary Diána Szurominé Pulsfort[227] Veronika Kormos[228]
 Iceland Björk Kristjánsdóttir[74] Birna Björnsdóttir[75]
 Iran Reyhaneh Khatouni[229] Reyhaneh Khatouni[229]
 Ireland Lydia Boylan[230] Siobhan Horgan[231]
 Israel Rotem Gafinovitz[232] Paz Bash[233]
 Italy Elena Cecchini[234] Lotto–Soudal Ladies
 Japan Mayuko Hagiwara[235] Wiggle–Honda Eri Yonamine[236]
 Kazakhstan Natalya Saifutdinova[237] Astana–Acca Due O Yekaterina Yuraitis[238] Astana–Acca Due O
 Kuwait Najla Aljuraiwi[239] Najla Aljuraiwi[240]
 Latvia Lija Laizāne[241] Aromitalia Vaiano Lija Laizāne[242] Aromitalia Vaiano
 Lithuania Daiva Tušlaitė[243] Inpa Sottoli Giusfredi Aušrinė Trebaitė[244]
 Luxembourg Christine Majerus[245] Boels–Dolmans Christine Majerus[246] Boels–Dolmans
 Malaysia Nurul Suhada Zainal[247]
 Mexico Erika Haydee Varela Huerta[248] Íngrid Drexel[249] Astana–Acca Due O
 Morocco Nadia Skoukdi[250] Mounia Benaji[251]
 Namibia Vera Adrian[252] Vera Adrian[252]
 Netherlands Lucinda Brand[253] Rabo–Liv Anna van der Breggen[254] Rabo–Liv
 New Zealand Linda Villumsen[255] UnitedHealthcare Jaime Nielsen[112] BePink–La Classica
 Norway Miriam Bjørnsrud[256] Team Hitec Products Cecilie Gotaas Johnsen[257] Team Hitec Products
 Panama Yineth Cubilla[258]
 Peru Delia López[171] Noemí Yucra Ñaupa[171]
 Philippines Jermyn Prado[259] Jermyn Prado[260]
 Poland Eugenia Bujak[261] BTC City Ljubljana
 Portugal Daniela Reis[262] Daniela Reis[263]
 Puerto Rico Solymar Rivera[264] Nilmarie González[265]
 Romania Ana Maria Covrig[266] BePink–La Classica Ana Maria Covrig[267] BePink–La Classica
 Russia Anna Potokina[268] Servetto Footon Tatiana Antoshina[269] Servetto Footon
 Serbia Maja Markovic[270] Maja Markovic[271]
 Slovakia Alžbeta Pavlendová[272] Tereza Medveďová[273] BePink–La Classica
 Slovenia Polona Batagelj[274] BTC City Ljubljana
 South Africa Ashleigh Moolman[275] Bigla Pro Cycling Team Ashleigh Moolman[275] Bigla Pro Cycling Team
 South Korea Gu Sun-geun[276] Lee Ju-mi[277]
 Spain Anna Sanchis[278] Wiggle–Honda Anna Sanchis[279] Wiggle–Honda
 Sweden Emma Johansson[280] Orica–AIS Emma Johansson[281] Orica–AIS
  Switzerland Jolanda Neff[282] Servetto Footon Doris Schweizer[283] Bigla Pro Cycling Team
 Syria Roba Helane[171] Roba Helane[171]
 Thailand Jutatip Maneephan[284] Jutatip Maneephan[285]
 Tunisia Nour Dissem[286] Nour Dissem[287]
 Turkey Esra Kurkcu[288] Kapadokya BSK Cansu Türkmenoglu[289] Brisaspor
 Ukraine Tetyana Ryabchenko[290] Inpa Sottoli Giusfredi Hanna Solovey[291]
 United Kingdom Lizzie Armitstead[292] Boels–Dolmans Hayley Simmonds[158] Velosport Pasta Montegrappa
 United States Megan Guarnier[293] Boels–Dolmans Kristin Armstrong[294] Twenty16 p/b Sho-Air
 Venezuela Jennifer Cesar[295] Jennifer Cesar[296]
 Zimbabwe Greer Wynn[297] Greer Wynn[298]

See also

Notes

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