2005 national road cycling championships

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The 2005 national road cycling championships began in January in Australia and New Zealand. Most of the European national championships take place in June.

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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, 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 not derived from a national flag, such as the National colours of Australia on the jerseys of Australian national champions.

2005 champions

Men's Elite

CountryMen's Elite Road Race ChampionChampion's Current TeamMen's Elite Time Trial ChampionChampion's Current Team
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Gustavo Toledo Rioja Guillermo Brunetta Cordobesa
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia Robbie McEwen Davitamon–Lotto Nathan O'Neill Navigators Insurance
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Gerrit Glomser Lampre–Caffita Hans-Peter Obwaller Sava
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus Aleksandr Kuschynski Amore & Vita–Beretta Vasil Kiryienka
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Serge Baguet Davitamon–Lotto Marc Wauters Rabobank
Flag of Bolivia.svg  Bolivia Horacio Gallardo
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Roberson Silva Scott-Marcondes Cesar-Fadenp SJC Pedro Nicacio Clube DataRo de Ciclismo
Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria Ivailo Gabrovski Hemus 1896-Aurora 2000 Berchi Ivailo Gabrovski Hemus 1896-Aurora 2000 Berchi
Flag of Burkina Faso.svg  Burkina Faso Rabaki Jeremie Ouedraogo
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Canada François Parisien Espoirs Laval Svein Tuft Symmetrics
Flag of Chile.svg Chile Juan Francisco Cabrera
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Walter Pedraza Iván Parra Colombia–Selle Italia
Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica Paulo Vargas Federico Ramírez
Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Ivory Coast Abdoulaye Sessouma
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Matija Kvasina Perutnina Ptuj Martin Cotar
Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba Damian Martínez Luís Alberto Romero
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Ján Svorada eD'system-ZVVZ Ondřej Sosenka Acqua & Sapone–Adria Mobil
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Lars Bak Team CSC Michael Blaudzun Team CSC
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia Jaan Kirsipuu Crédit Agricole Jaan Kirsipuu Crédit Agricole
Flag of France.svg France Pierrick Fédrigo Bouygues Télécom Sylvain Chavanel Cofidis
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Jussi Veikkanen Française des Jeux Tommi Martikainen
Flag of Germany.svg Germany Gerald Ciolek Akud Arnolds Sicherheit Michael Rich Gerolsteiner
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece Vasilis Anastopoulos Volksbank-Ideal Ioannis Tamouridis
Flag of Guatemala.svg  Guatemala Jhonny Morales
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary Laszlo Garamszegi Csaba Szekeres
Flag of Iran.svg  Iran Mehdi Sohrabi Paykan Mehdi Sohrabi Paykan
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland David O'Loughlin Navigators Insurance David McCann Giant Asia Racing Team
Flag of Israel.svg  Israel Maxim Burlutsky Gali Ronen
Flag of Italy.svg Italy Enrico Gasparotto Liquigas–Bianchi Marco Pinotti Saunier Duval–Prodir
Flag of Japan.svg Japan Hidenori Nodera Skil–Moser Makoto Iijima Sumita Ravanello Pearl Izumi
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan Alexander Vinokourov T-Mobile Team Dmitriy Muravyev Crédit Agricole
Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia Aleksejs Saramotins Rietumu Bank Raivis Belohvoščiks Team Universal Caffé-Styloffice
Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Aivaras Baranauskas Raimondas Rumsas
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Fränk Schleck Team CSC Andy Schleck Team CSC
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia Jamaludin Amiruddin Proton T-Bikes Cycling Team
Flag of Malta.svg  Malta Roderick Muscat Etienne Bonello
Flag of Mongolia.svg  Mongolia Jamsran Ulzii-Orshikh Marco Polo Cycling Team Jamsran Ulzii-Orshikh Marco Polo Cycling Team
Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico Domingo González
Flag of Namibia.svg  Namibia Dan Craven
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Leon Van Bon Davitamon–Lotto Thomas Dekker Rabobank
Flag of the Netherlands Antilles.svg  Netherlands Antilles Jaime Perestrelo
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand Gordon McCauley Robin Reid Marco Polo Cycling Team
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Morten Christiansen Sparebanken Vest-Ridley Thor Hushovd Crédit Agricole
Flag of Paraguay.svg  Paraguay Fernando Rolón Carlos Carlson
Flag of Peru.svg  Peru José Valverde Gustavo Rios
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Adam Wadecki Intel-Action Piotr Mazur
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Joaquim Andrade Riberalves-Goldnutrition Cândido Barbosa L.A. Aluminios-Liberty Seguros
Flag of Qatar.svg  Qatar Said Moosa
Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Dan Diaconu Alexandru Ciocan
Flag of Russia.svg Russia Serguei Ivanov T-Mobile Team Maxim Belkov
Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2006).svg  Serbia and Montenegro Ivan Stević Aerospace Engeenering Pro Equipe Zsolt Der
Flag of the Seychelles.svg  Seychelles Hedson Mathieu
Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore Junaidi Hashim
Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia Martin Prazdnovsky CK ZP Sport A.S. Podbrezova Matej Jurčo Domina Vacanze
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Mitja Mahorič Perutnina Ptuj Gregor Gazvoda Perutnina Ptuj
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa Ryan Cox Barloworld Tiaan Kannemeyer Barloworld
Flag of Spain.svg Spain Juan Manuel Gárate Saunier Duval–Prodir José Ivan Gutierrez Illes Balears–Caisse d'Epargne
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Jonas Ljungblad Amore & Vita–Beretta Viktor Renäng
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Switzerland Martin Elmiger Phonak Fabian Cancellara Fassa Bortolo
Flag of Tunisia.svg  Tunisia Ayman Ben Hassine
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Mikhaylo Khalilov LPR–Piacenza Andriy Hrivko Domina Vacanze
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom Russell Downing Recycling.co.uk–MG X-Power Stuart Dangerfield
Flag of the United States.svg United States Chris Wherry Health Net–Maxxis Chris Baldwin Navigators Insurance
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg  Uzbekistan Sergey Lagutin Landbouwkrediet–Colnago Sergey Lagutin Landbouwkrediet–Colnago
Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela Wilmer Vasquez
Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe Mohamed Conway Dave Martin

Women's

CountryWomen's Road Race ChampionWomen's Time Trial Champion
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Paola Toane Valeria Müller
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia Lorian Graham Oenone Wood
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Andrea Graus Christiane Soeder
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus Tatsiana Sharakova Tatsiana Sharakova
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Corine Hierckens Natacha Maes
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Clemilda Fernandes Camila Rodrigues
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Canada Geneviève Jeanson Sue Palmer-Komar
Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba Yuliet Rodríguez
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Lada Kozlíková Lada Kozlíková
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Dorte Rasmussen Dorte Rasmussen
Flag of France.svg France Magali Le Floc'h Edwige Pitel
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Pia Sundstedt Tiina Nieminen
Flag of Germany.svg Germany Regina Schleicher Judith Arndt
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece Anastasia Pastourmatzi Anastasia Pastourmatzi
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary Mónika Király
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Siobhan Horgan
Flag of Italy.svg Italy Silvia Parietti Tatiana Guderzo
Flag of Japan.svg Japan Miho Oki Miyoko Karami
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan Zulfiya Zabirova Zulfiya Zabirova
Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Inga Čilvinaitė Svetlana Pauliukaitė
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Nathalie Lamborelle
Flag of Malta.svg  Malta Stefania Magri Michelle Wood
Flag of Mongolia.svg  Mongolia Jamsran Ulziisolongo Jamsran Ulziisolongo
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Janneke Vos Suzanne de Goede
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand Sarah Ulmer Sarah Ulmer
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Anita Valen Anita Valen
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Paulina Brzeźna Bogumiła Matusiak
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Isabel Caetano
Flag of Russia.svg Russia Yuliya Martisova Svetlana Bubnenkova
Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2006).svg  Serbia and Montenegro Zorica Milicevic Zorica Milicevic
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa Ronel Van Wyk Anke Moore
Flag of Spain.svg Spain María Isabel Moreno Eneritz Iturriagaechevarria
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Susanne Ljungskog Emma Johansson
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Switzerland Sereina Trachsel Karin Thürig
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Valentyna Karpenko Iryna Shpylyova
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom Nicole Cooke Julia Shaw
Flag of the United States.svg United States Katheryn Curi Kristin Armstrong
Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela Blendys Rojas
Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe Linda Davidson

Men's Under-23

CountryMen's Under-23 Road Race ChampionMen's Under-23 Time Trial Champion
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Jorge Montenegro Juan Pablo Dotti
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia Chris Sutton Mark Jamieson
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Markus Eibegger Markus Eibegger
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus Sergei Dovbniuk Branislau Samoilau
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Dries Devenyns Dominique Cornu
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Breno Sidoti Breno Sidoti
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Canada Ryan Roth Christian Meier
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Juan Pablo Forero Dalivier Ospina
Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica Henry Raabe Henry Raabe
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Emanuel Kišerlovski Romano Vičič
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic František Raboň František Raboň
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark Jan Almblad Martin Mortensen
Flag of Estonia.svg  Estonia Kalle Kriit Rene Mandri
Flag of France.svg France Aurélien Passeron Dimitri Champion
Flag of Germany.svg Germany Paul Martens
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece Panagiotis Potsakis
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary Daniel Zsombók Peter Kusztor
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Paidi O'Brien
Flag of Italy.svg Italy Adriano Angeloni Tiziano Dall'Antonia
Flag of Japan.svg Japan Yukiya Arashiro
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg Patrick Gressnich Laurent Didier
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands Sebastian Langeveld Thom Van Dulmen
Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand Logan Hutchings Logan Hutchings
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Lars Nordhaug
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Rafał Ratajczyk
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Helder Oliveira Filipe Cardoso
Flag of Russia.svg Russia Alexander Mironov
Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia Martin Velits Peter Velits
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Simon Špilak
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa Willie Van Zyl
Flag of Spain.svg Spain Javier Moreno José Luis Ruíz
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Switzerland Loic Mühlemann Michael Schär
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom Ben Greenwood Ben Greenwood
Flag of the United States.svg United States Ian MacGregor Steven Cozza

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