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2002 Elite (Pro) Cycling Championships

This is not intended to be an exhaustive listing, but instead, a quick look at the champions of the major cycling nations, or any results that would be of particular interest to our visitors. In addition to the various national federation websites, thanks also to the UCI and


Road Race

Time Trial

Australia Robbie McEwen (Lotto) Nathan O'Neill (Panaria)
Austria Rene Haselbacher (Gerolsteiner)  Georg Totschnig (Gerolsteiner)
Belgium Tom Steels (Mapei) Marc Wauters
Colombia John Fredy Garcia Yonni Leal
Denmark Michael Sanstod Michael Sanstod
Estonia Jaan Kirsipuu (Ag2R) Jaan Kirsipuu (Ag2R)
France Nicolas Vogondy (FDJ) Eddy Seigneur (Jean Delatour)
Germany Danilo Hondo (Telekom) Uwe Peschel (Gerolsteiner)
Hungary   Laszlo Bodrogi (Mapei)
Ireland   David McCann
Israel Itay Lifshitz Fein Oded
Italy Salvatore Commesso (Saeco) Dario Frigo (Tacconi)
Lithuania Remegius Lupeikis  Raimondas Vilcinskas
Netherlands Stefan Van Dijk (Lotto) Erik Dekker (Rabobank)
Poland Grzesorz Gronkiewicz Krzystof Szafranski
Russia Oleg Grishkine (Navigators) Evgeni Petrov
Spain Juan Guillamon Ruiz (Jazztel) Igor Gonzalez de Galdeano (ONCE)
Switzerland Alexandre Moos (Phonak) Fabian Cancellera
Ukraine   Serhiy Honchar (Fassa Bortolo)
United Kingdom Julian Winn Michael Hutchinson
USA Chann McRae (US Postal) Dylan Casey (US Postal)