German road cycling championships 2005
The 80th German Road Cycling Championships 2005 took place in Mannheim with the road race for women and men (June 26th) and the individual time trial for women, men and men U23 (all on June 24th) in Schweinfurt . The men's U23 championship was held on June 5th in Wörth an der Donau .
In the men's road race, 19-year-old Gerald Ciolek from the Wiesenhof-Akud team won the road race . He defeated Robert Förster ( Gerolsteiner ) and Erik Zabel ( Team T-Mobile ) in the sprint . As a result, for the first time since 1991, no rider from the Telekom / T-Mobile team won the German road cycling championship.
Regina Schleicher won the women's sprint. In the same year she became world champion.
|Friday June 24th||13:15||Individual time trial||30 km||Elite women|
|14.50||Individual time trial||30 km||Men U23|
|17:00||Individual time trial||40 km||Elite men|
|Sunday June 26th||8:30||Road racing||9 × 12 km = 108 km||Elite women|
|11:45||Road racing||17 × 12 km = 204 km||Elite men|
Individual time trial
|1||Judith Arndt||00:40:09 min|
|2||Trixi Worrack||+ 00:00:03 min|
|3||Madeleine Sandy||+ 00:01:23 min|
|4th||Claudia Hecht||+ 00:02:17 min|
|5||Luise Keller||+ 00:02:29 min|
|6th||Bianca Knöpfle||+ 00:02:41 min|
|7th||Charlotte Becker||+ 00:02:52 min|
|8th||Tina Liebig||+ 00:03:01 min|
|9||Larissa Kleinmann||+ 00:03:19 min|
|10||Theresa Senff||+ 00:03:26 min|
Length: 30 km
Start: Friday, June 24th, start 1:15 p.m. CEST
59 athletes crossed the finish line.
|1||Michael Rich||00: 47: 10.10 min|
|2||Sebastian Lang||+ 00: 01: 02.06 min|
|3||Jens Voigt||+ 00: 01: 15.30 min|
|4th||Daniel Becke||+ 00: 01: 50.07 min|
|5||Christian Mueller||+ 00: 02: 04.98 min|
|6th||Thomas Liese||+ 00: 02: 19.25 min|
|7th||Markus Fothen||+ 00: 02: 22.19 min|
|8th||Alberto Kunz||+ 00: 03: 24.90 min|
|9||Björn Schröder||+ 00: 03: 50.72 min|
|10||Roberto Lochowski||+ 00: 04: 00.37 min|
Length: 40 km
Start: Friday, June 24th, start 5:00 p.m. CEST
27 athletes crossed the finish line.
|1||Paul Martens||00:37:56 min|
|2||Robert Wagner||+ 00:00:08 min|
|3||Stefan Schäfer||+ 00:00:13 min|
|4th||Hannes Blank||+ 00:00:19 min|
|5||Robert Bengsch||+ 00:00:38 min|
|6th||Karl-Christia King||+ 00:00:38 min|
|7th||Tim Klinger||+ 00:00:39 min|
|8th||Tony Martin||+ 00:00:43 min|
|9||Wilhelm Herbst||+ 00:00:44 min|
|10||Michael Muck||+ 00:00:45 min|
Length: 30 km
Start: Friday, June 24th, start 14:50 p.m. CEST
102 athletes crossed the finish line.
|1||Regina Schleicher||02:20:34 min|
Length: 108 km
Start: Sunday, June 26th, start 08:30 a.m. CEST
|1||Gerald Ciolek||04:25:21 min|
Length: 204 km
Start: Sunday, June 26th, start 11:45 am CEST
|1||Sebastian Schwager||04:28:01 min|
|2||Alexander Gottfried||+ 00:00:00 min|
|3||Robert Bengsch||+ 00:00:00 min|
|4th||Nico Graf||+ 00:00:24 min|
|5||Carlo Westphal||+ 00:00:32 min|
|6th||Tim Klinger||+ 00:00:44 min|
|7th||Tony Martin||+ 00:00:53 min|
|8th||Michael Franzl||+ 00:01:03 min|
|9||Daniel Musiol||+ 00:01:05 min|
|10||Mathias Belka||+ 00:01:05 min|
Length: 168 km
Start: Friday, June 5th, start 10:05 a.m. CEST
Route: Wörth / Donau - Piel - Hungersacker - Wörth / Donau
80 athletes crossed the finish line.
- Page no longer available , search in web archives: German Road Cycling Championships 2005 on rad-net.de ) (
- Ciolek surprises Zabel. In: radsport-news.com. June 26, 2005, accessed October 8, 2017 .
- "Wegmann first German master" at www.spiegel.de on July 1, 2007, accessed on May 30, 2017
- Schleicher: Second title after eleven years. In: radsport-news.com. June 26, 2005, accessed October 8, 2017 .