Which teams got the most medals from the worlds? | Cycling World Championships 2022 Medal Distribution

The World Championships have taken the spotlight all throughout the last week of racing, with many of the peloton's best travelling to Australia to provide a serious amount of spectacle throughout the different categories. Here is how all medals have been attributed.

The nation which has gotten the most gold medals was Great Britain, taking 3 out of 4 in the junior ranks as Zoe Bäckstedt soared to a double win and Joshua Tarling won the time-trial event. The Netherlands got two gold medals with Annemiek van Vleuten and Ellen van Dijk respectively in both women's Elite races, whilst Norway also managed to grab two gold medals in the men's Elite and under-23 time-trials with Tobias Foss and Soren Waerenskjold respectively.

Several nations also managed to get individual gold medals, as follows: Remco Evenepoel for Belgium (men's Elite Road Race), Emil Herzog for Germany (men's Junior Road Race), Switzerland with it's Mixed Relay TTT, Vitoria Guazzini for Italy (women's under-23 Time-Trial), Yevegeniy Fedorov for Kazakhstan (men's under-23 Road Race) and Niamh Fisher-Black (women's under-23 Road Race).

Nation - Gold - Silver - Bronze

Great Britain 3 1 1

Netherlands 2 1 1

Norway 2 0 1

Belgium 1 2 3

Germany 1 1 3

Switzerland 1 1 1

Italy 1 1 1

Kazakhstan 1 0 0

New Zealand 1 0 0

Australia 0 2 2

France 0 1 0

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