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Live Reporting

By Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks and goodbye

    And that concludes our live text.

    And it is another medal for Chris Froome, as he picks up a World Championship bronze medal, while Netherlands' Tom Dumoulin impresses to take the gold with Slovenia's Primoz Roglic taking the silver.

    Our report on the action is live here and, as always, thank you for your comments. Until next time, bye for now.

    Chris Froome
  2. 'Such a good day'

    Some quotes from winner Tom Dumoulin. He says: "I cant believe it. It is amazing. I had such a good day. I felt really good.

    "It started raining and I had to take the corners really slow. Every corner the back wheel was slipping.

    "I was doubting for a long time about the bike change. But I saw the climb for the first time last Friday. Yesterday I made the decision not to change and take the risk. I am one of the guys who can make the climb on the TT bike."

  3. 'Double Dutch'

    Mark Cavendish is quick to send his congratulations to the winners as you can see in this tweet (BBC Sport app users may need to click on the link to see the tweet).

    View more on twitter
  4. Van Vleuten wins women's event

    We have just seen highlights from yesterday's women's race as Dutch rider Annemiek van Vleuten won the women's elite time trial at the 2017 UCI Road World Championships in Bergen, Norway.

    Compatriot Anna van der Breggen took silver with Australian Katrin Garfoot in third.

    You can watch the best bits of that race below.

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    Video caption: Van Vlueten wins world time trial title
  5. Get Involved #bbccycling

    Michael G: Hamish Bond switching from rowing to cycling world champs TT, and the silver medal going to an ex-ski jumper. Impressive stuff.

    New Zealand's Bond, who won gold medals in the coxless pair rowing events at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics, came 39th in the race today.

  6. The ex-ski jumper who came second

    Slovenia's Primoz Roglic is an incredibly talented sportsman. When he was younger he competed as a ski jumper, winning the world junior championships in 2007, before becoming a professional cyclist in 2012.

    He now has a world championships silver medal.

  7. 'Nobody was going to beat Dumoulin'

    Chris Boardman

    Olympic cycling champion on BBC TV

    All the medallists suffered the same conditions. You could not tell it was raining with Dumoulin, though. He was the master of the event today. Nobody was going to beat him.

    It has been a long year for Froome. This was one race too far.

  8. Final times

    Times
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    And here are the final results. Gold for Tom Dumoulin of the Netherlands, silver for Primoz Roglic of Slovenia and bronze for Great Britain's Chris Froome.

    Ireland's Nicolas Roche comes 12th, while Britain's Tao Geoghegan Hart finishes 43rd.

  9. BreakingFroome wins bronze, Dumoulin wins gold

    Tony Martin can only finish in ninth position. And we are done. All finished.

    Netherlands' Tom Dumoulin is the world champion, Slovenia's Primoz Roglic takes silver and it is a bronze medal for Great Britain's Chris Froome.

  10. Post update

    Here comes Martin. Froome watches on. Can the German deny Froome a medal?

  11. Froome finishes

    Froome finishes, behind the time of Primoz Roglic. Moments later Tom Dumoulin finishes and it will be a gold for him.

    Froome is currently in third, only German Tom Martin can deny the Brit a medal.

  12. Post update

    Can Chris Froome get a podium finish? Gold looks to be in the hands of Dutchman Tom Dumoulin, unless something strange happens.

  13. New man out in front

    We have a new overall leader, Slovenia's Primoz Roglic has just finished in 45 minutes 38.79 seconds, 30.73 seconds better than previous leader Nelson Oliveira of Portugal.

  14. Froome 7th after 27.6km

    Times
  15. 'We've got a race'

    The sport's governing body, the UCI, is loving the action.

    BBC Sport app users may need to click on the link to see the tweet.

    View more on twitter
  16. Dumoulin in charge

    Chris Boardman

    Olympic cycling champion on BBC TV

    Dumoulin has a buffer of 40 seconds. He may need a lot of that.

  17. The leaderboard (of the finishers)

    Just a reminder, of those that have finished this is how it stands.

    1. Nelson Oliveira (Portugal) 46 mins 09.52 seconds
    2. Vasil Kiryienka (Belarus) +0.23
    3. Gianni Moscon (Italy) +0.97
    4. Wilco Kelderman (Netherlands) +5.81
    5. Jan Tratnik (Slovenia) +14.93
    6. Nicolas Roche (Republic of Ireland) +25.02
  18. Worth the risk?

    Chris Boardman

    Olympic cycling champion on BBC TV

    A lot of scientific insight suggested to me that a bike change can be worth up to 12 seconds. You need to factor into that the change-over time. It is high risk for the advantage it can give you.

  19. Get Involved

    #bbccycling

    Richard Hayden: Surely there should be a rain time handicap?