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Belgium at the UCI Road World Championships

Belgium at the
UCI Road World Championships
IOC code BEL
Medals
Gold Silver Bronze Total
43 30 29 102
UCI Road World Championships appearances (overview)
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Belgium at the UCI Road World Championships is an overview of the Belgian results at the UCI Road World Championships. The Belgian competitors are selected by coaches of the Royal Belgian Cycling League. Apart from cycling events at the four-yearly Summer Olympics, the only times that road cyclists appear in proper national selections (instead of in commercial cycling teams) of one or multiple athletes are the yearly UCI Road World Championships. Because of this, all Belgian national road cycling teams (either elite, amateur or younger teams) only compete as such during one day per year. Belgium first sent athletes to the World Championships in the early 1920s when only amateur cyclists competed. The nation's first medal, a gold, was earned by Henri Hoevenaers in the men's amateur road race in 1925.

List of medalists

This a list of all Belgian medals (including elite, amateur, under-23 and junior races). Since the 2012 UCI Road World Championships there is the men's and women's team time trial event for trade teams and these medals are included under the UCI registration country of the team. Note that in these events also foreign cyclists can belong to the "national" team.

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Medal Championship Name Event
 Gold 1925 Apeldoorn  Henri Hoevenaers (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1927 Nürburgring  Jean Aerts (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1928 Budapest (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1928 Budapest  Jean Aerts (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1929 Zürich (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1930 Liège (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1933 Montlhéry  Joseph Lowaige (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1934 Leipzig  Karel Kaers (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1934 Leipzig  Gustave Danneels (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1934 Leipzig  Paul André (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1935 Floreffe  Jean Aerts (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1935 Floreffe  Gustave Danneels (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1937 Copenhagen  Eloi Meulenberg (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1938 Valkenburg  Marcel Kint (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1946 Zürich  Marcel Kint (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1946 Zürich  Rik van Steenbergen (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1946 Zürich  Henri van Kerkhoven (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Silver 1947 Reims  Albert Sercu (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1948 Valkenburg  Briek Schotte (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1948 Valkenburg  Lievin Lerno (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1949 Copenhagen  Rik van Steenbergen (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1950 Moorslede  Briek Schotte (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1952 Luxembourg  André Noyelle (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Silver 1953 Lugano  Germain Derijcke (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1953 Lugano  Stan Ockers (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1953 Lugano  Rik van Looy (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1954 Solingen  Emiel van Cauter (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1955 Frascati  Stan Ockers (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1955 Frascati  Germain Derijcke (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1956 Copenhagen  Rik van Steenbergen (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1956 Copenhagen  Rik van Looy (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1956 Copenhagen  Norbert Veroughstraete (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1957 Waregem  Rik van Steenbergen (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1957 Waregem  Louis Proost (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Silver 1958 Reims  Valere Paulissen (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Bronze 1958 Reims  Henri Dewolf (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1959 Zandvoort  Yvonne Reynders (BEL) Women's road race
 Bronze 1959 Zandvoort  Noel Fore (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1959 Zandvoort  Constant Goossens (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1960 Leipzig  Rik Van Looy (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1960 Leipzig  Rosa Sels (BEL) Women's road race
 Bronze 1960 Leipzig  Pino Cerami (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1960 Leipzig  Willy Vanden Berghen (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1961 Bern  Rik Van Looy (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1961 Bern  Yvonne Reynders (BEL) Women's road race
 Gold 1962 Salò  Marie-Rose Gaillard (BEL) Women's road race
 Silver 1962 Salò  Yvonne Reynders (BEL) Women's road race
 Bronze 1962 Salò  Jos Hoevenaars (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1962 Salò  Marie-Thérèse Naessens (BEL) Women's road race
 Gold 1963 Renaix  Benoni Beheyt (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1963 Renaix  Yvonne Reynders (BEL) Women's road race
 Silver 1963 Renaix  Rik Van Looy (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1963 Renaix  Rosa Sels (BEL) Women's road race
 Gold 1964 Sallanches  Eddy Merckx (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Silver 1964 Sallanches  Willy Planckaert (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Bronze 1964 Sallanches  Belgium Men's 100km team mountains race
 Bronze 1964 Sallanches  Rosa Sels (BEL) Women's road race
 Silver 1965 Lasarte-Oria  Yvonne Reynders (BEL) Women's road race
 Bronze 1965 Lasarte-Oria  Roger Swerts (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1966 Nürburgring  Yvonne Reynders (BEL) Women's road race
 Gold 1967 Heerlen  Eddy Merckx (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1968 Imola  Herman Van Springel (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1969 Zolder  Julien Stevens (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1969 Zolder  Jean-Pierre Monséré (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Bronze 1969 Zolder  Gustave Van Roosbroeck (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1970 Leicester  Jean-Pierre Monséré (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1970 Leicester  Ludo Van der Linden (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Bronze 1970 Leicester  Tony Gakens (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1971 Mendrisio  Eddy Merckx (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1971 Mendrisio  Belgium Men's team time trial
 Silver 1971 Mendrisio  Freddy Maertens (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1973 Barcelona  Nicole Vandenbroeck (BEL) Women's road race
 Silver 1973 Barcelona  Freddy Maertens (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1974 Montreal  Eddy Merckx (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1975 Mettet and Yvoir  Roger De Vlaeminck (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 1976 Ostuni  Freddy Maertens (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1976 Ostuni  Yvonne Reynders (BEL) Women's road race
 Silver 1979 Valkenburg  Jen De Smet (BEL) Women's road race
 Gold 1981 Prague  Freddy Maertens (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1981 Prague  Rudy Rogiers (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Silver 1982 Goodwood  Francis Vermaelen (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Bronze 1982 Goodwood  Gerda Sierens (BEL) Women's road race
 Gold 1984 Barcelona  Claude Criquielion (BEL) Men's road race
 Bronze 1985 Giavera del Montello  Franck Van De Vijver (BEL) Men's amateur road race
 Gold 1990 Utsunomiya  Rudy Dhaenens (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1990 Utsunomiya  Dirk De Wolf (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1994 Agrigento  Patsy Maegerman (BEL) Women's road race
 Gold 1996 Lugano  Johan Museeuw (BEL) Men's road race
 Silver 1998 Valkenburg  Peter van Petegem (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 2001 Lisbon  Jurgen van den Broeck (BEL) Men's junior time trial
 Silver 2003 Hamilton  Johan Van Summeren (BEL) Men's under-23 road race
 Bronze 2003 Hamilton  Peter van Petegem (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 2005 Madrid  Tom Boonen (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 2006 Salzburg  Dominique Cornu (BEL) Men's under-23 time trial
 Silver 2011 Copenhagen  Martijn Degreve (BEL) Men's junior road race
 Silver 2011 Copenhagen  Jessy Druyts (BEL) Women's junior road race
 Gold 2012 Valkenburg  Philippe Gilbert (BEL) Men's road race
 Gold 2012 Valkenburg Omega Pharma-Quick Step
 Tom Boonen (BEL)
 Sylvain Chavanel (FRA)
 Tony Martin (GER)
 Niki Terpstra (NED)
 Kristof Vandewalle (BEL)
 Peter Velits (SVK)
Men's team time trial
 Bronze 2012 Valkenburg  Tom Van Asbroeck (BEL) Men's under-23 road race
 Gold 2013 Tuscany Omega Pharma-Quick Step
 Sylvain Chavanel (FRA)
 Michał Kwiatkowski (POL)
 Tony Martin (GER)
 Niki Terpstra (NED)
 Kristof Vandewalle (BEL)
 Peter Velits (SVK)
Men's team time trial
 Gold 2013 Tuscany  Igor Decraene (BEL) Men's junior time trial
 Bronze 2014 Ponferrada Omega Pharma-Quick Step
 Tom Boonen (BEL)
 Michał Kwiatkowski (POL)
 Tony Martin (GER)
 Pieter Serry (BEL)
 Niki Terpstra (NED)
 Julien Vermote (BEL)
Men's team time trial
 Silver 2015 Richmond Etixx-Quick Step
 Tom Boonen (BEL)
 Michał Kwiatkowski (POL)
 Yves Lampaert (BEL)
 Tony Martin (GER)
 Niki Terpstra (NED)
 Rigoberto Urán (COL)
Men's team time trial

Medals by discipline

Updated during 2015 UCI Road World Championships after 20 September
Event Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
Men's (professional) road race 26 11 11 48
Men's amateur road race 5 10 11 26
Men's time trial 0 0 0 0
Men's team time trial 3 0 1 4
100 km mountains race 0 0 1 1
Women's road race 6 6 4 16
Women's time trial 0 0 0 0
Women's team time trial 0 1 0 1
Men's under-23 road race 0 1 1 2
Men's under-23 time trial 1 0 0 1
Men's junior road race 0 1 0 1
Men's junior time trial 2 0 0 2
Women's junior road race 0 1 0 1
Total 43 31 29 103

References

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See also

Countries at the UCI Road World Championships

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