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Hi there
Hi Jacinta!
We're a fan-run site, so we don't have anything to do with the organisation of the Doha Worlds.
You'll want to contact the UCI (Philippe Colliou seems to be the relevant person) or the local organising committee.
Be aware that at least the UCI isn't the fastest to reply to e-mails, so allow for time to get an answer.

Good luck!
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    Does anyone know how the qualification system will be?

    Which ranking will be decisive ? The new UCI World Ranking  (nations) or still the UCI WorldTour  Ranking (nations)? Still 9 riders for the Top 10 nations?
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    Does anyone know how the qualification system will be?
    No, not yet. The UCI management committee usually decides on the qualification system at their meeting during the CX Worlds (where they awarded the 2018 Worlds to Innsbruck, e.g.), but they're poor at at communicating their decisions. Or the switch to new rankings caused a delay in the vote that will be done later (likely via electronic ballot). That happened 2 (?) years ago already, when they finally made the (old) qualification criteria less ambiguous (though still horribly complicated).

    Which ranking will be decisive ? The new UCI World Ranking  (nations) or still the UCI WorldTour  Ranking (nations)?
    I dearly hope for the new UCI World Ranking. If they used the WT & Conti rankings "because the World Ranking isn't 52 weeks long yet", that would defeat the whole purpose of the new ranking. And the WT & Conti rankings aren't 52 weeks long either, being started from scratch every January. Just about ANYTHING would be an improvement over the previous years' system.

    Still 9 riders for the Top 10 nations?
    This is the only thing I can answer with relative confidence: Yes. I see no reason for the UCI to change that.
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    https://twitter.com/gregorbrown/status/696354492241940480

     :lol
    What's it this time?
    He's right, to a degree ... :-x

    That Worlds course is as "un-Qatari" as possible. The Tour of Qatar built its reputation on echelons and sand - and now we'll see a rollercoaster ride on an artificial island that's more reminiscent of Dubai.
    They might as well have landscaped the island to include ascents while they were at it.
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    What's it this time?

    oh, just the funny course design
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    #southeast Jakub Marceko will start in the U23 world championships - and thereby we have a clear favorite for the win I guess

    http://www.ovettodicolombo.it/jakub-mareczko-velocista-southeast/
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    #southeast Jakub Marceko will start in the U23 world championships - and thereby we have a clear favorite for the win I guess

    http://www.ovettodicolombo.it/jakub-mareczko-velocista-southeast/
    Now *dk Anders Lund has to nominate #giant Søren Kragh! :D
    He's performed very well in the Tour of Qatar, and could well reach the medals.
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    are WT riders allowed to start now?
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    are WT riders allowed to start now?

    yep as of this Worlds if you are U23 rider riding in a WT team you can ride either the U23 or Senior RR and ITT but I think not 1 and then the other ie U23 ITT and senor RR
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    are WT riders allowed to start now?
    Yes.
    As JSG says, you have to commit to one category for the year. Either U23 or elite. But WT riders may freely participate in the U23 category if they're eligible.
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    Candelabra not racing the Worlds this year by the sounds of things.

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    There will be more dessert desert for the men:
    http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/changes-to-doha-road-world-championship-course-more-desert-fewer-local-laps/

    151 km out-and-back through the desert followed by 7 laps of the circuit:


    The women get a short run-in and then 7 laps, too:


    No info on the men's U23 race.
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    There will be more dessert desert for the men:

    Well that throws a little different complexion on the whole thing
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    https://twitter.com/RenaudB31/status/773211963191009281

    I must admit that I don't know which Escobar, Vargas, Mendoza & Ramírez he's referring to.
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    https://twitter.com/UCI_media/status/775713784530886657

    he Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and the Association Internationale des Groupes Cyclistes Professionels (AIGCP) have agreed on a number of adjustments to the 2016 UCI Road World Championships Men's Team Time Trial format, ensuring a maximum of UCI WorldTeams will take part in the event to be held in just a few weeks in Doha, Qatar.

    Acknowledging teams' concerns raised by the AIGCP, the UCI has opted for a non-compulsory format for UCI WorldTeams. As a result, no UCI WorldTour points will be awarded, bringing the Men's Team Time Trial event in line with the rest of the UCI Road World Championship events.

    It was also agreed that the model of the event shall be revised for future editions in collaboration with the AIGCP.

    Following this agreement, the UCI and AIGCP confirm that the following teams will participate in this year’s Men’s Team Time Trial: AG2R La Mondiale, Astana Pro Team, BMC Racing Team, Etixx – Quick Step, Movistar Team, Orica-Bikeexchange, Team Giant – Alpecin, Team Katusha, Team Lotto NL – Jumbo and Team Sky. More teams are expected to confirm their participation in the days to come.
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    TEAM AUSTRALIA

    MEN

    Zak DEMPSTER (VIC)
    Rohan DENNIS (SA) - Time Trial
    Luke DURBRIDGE (WA) - Time Trial & Road Race
    Mitchell DOCKER (VIC)
    Caleb EWAN (NSW)
    Adam HANSEN (QLD)
    Heinrich HAUSSLER (NSW)
    Mathew HAYMAN (ACT)
    Michael MATTHEWS (ACT)
    Mark RENSHAW (NSW)
    WOMEN
    Tiffany CROMWELL (SA)
    Gracie ELVIN (ACT)
    Katrin GARFOOT (QLD) - Time Trial & Road Race
    Chloe HOSKING (ACT)
    Lauren KITCHEN (NSW)
    Loren ROWNEY (QLD)
    Sarah ROY (NSW)
    MEN’S UNDER 23

    Lucas HAMILTON (VIC)
    Jai HINDLEY (WA)
    Jason LOWNDES (VIC)
    Alexander PORTER (SA)
    Nicholas SCHULTZ (QLD)
    Callum SCOTSON (SA) - Time Trial
    Miles SCOTSON (SA) - Time Trial
    Michael STORER (WA)
    Final team to be confirmed closer to the Championships.

    UNDER 19

    Macgregor CARTER (VIC)
    Alastair CHRISTIE-JOHNSTON (VIC)
    Harry SWEENY (QLD)
    Madeleine FASNACHT (TAS)
    Jaime GUNNING (QLD)
    Chloe MORAN (SA)
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    *dk TEAM DANMARK  *dk
    Catherine Marsal, Anders Lund and  Henrik Simper announce

    Time Trial
    Jnr Men
    Mikkel Bjerg - Team Børkop Bicycles - Carl Ras Roskilde Junior #champdk
    Julius Johansen (Team Børkop Bicycles - Carl Ras Roskilde Junior

    U23 Men
    Mads Würtz Schmidt -  #virtupro  Team VirtuPro - Velo Concept  #champdk  (Current World Champ)
    Kasper Asgreen -  #virtupro Team VirtuPro - Velo Concept
    Mads Pedersen -  #stolting Stolting Service Group

    Elite Men
    Martin Toft Madsen - #bornholm Almeborg-Bornhom #champdk
    Soren Kragh Andersen -  #giant Giant-Alpecin

    Elite Women
    Cecile Uttrup -  #bms BMS-Birn #champdk
    Julie Leth -  #hitec Hitec

    Jnr Women
    Simone Eg - #bms BMS-Birn
    Johanne Marcher

    Road Race
    Elite Women
    Cecile Uttrup -  #bms BMS-Birn
    Julie Leth -  #hitec Hitec
    Amalie Dideriksen -  #boels Boels-Dolmans
    Reserve Riders: Christina Siggaard and Camilla Møllebro Pedersen -  #bms BMS-Birn

    Jnr Women
    Emma Norsgaard Jørgensen #champdk
    Simone Eg - #bms BMS-Birn
    Johanne Marcher

    U23 Men
    Mads Pedersen -  #stolting Stölting
    Kasper Asgreen - #virtupro VirtuPro - Velo Concept
    Mads Würtz Schmidt - #virtupro Team VirtuPro - Velo Concept #champdk
    Michael Carbel -  #stolting Stölting
    Emil Vinjebo Team  #scatto Giant Scatto U23

    Jnr Men
    Frederik Rodenberg - Team Børkop Bicycles - Carl Ras Roskilde #champdk
    Mathias Larsen - Team Børkop Bicycles - Carl Ras Roskilde
    Jakob Egholm - Team Børkop Bicycles - Carl Ras Roskilde           
    Andreas Kron - Team Pythonpro.com  Velo Wear
    Mikkel Bjerg - Team Børkop Bicycles - Carl Ras Roskilde
    Julius Johansen - Team Børkop Bicycles - Carl Ras Roskilde

    Elite Men

    Magnus Cort -  #orica ORICA-BikeExhange
    Michael Mørkøv -  #katusha Katusha
    Søren Kragh Andersen -  #giant Giant-Alpecin
    Lars Bak -  #lotto Lotto-Soudal
    Chris Juul Jensen -  #orica ORICA-BikeExchange
    Matti Breschel -  #cannondale Cannondale



    Hoping they use that snazzy Rio kit
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    Denmark for Doha updated... [scroll up]
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    *usa

    Team USA for the 2016 UCI World Championships

    Elite men's road race
    Robin Carpenter (La Jolla, Calif./Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team p/b Hincapie Racing)
    Chad Haga (McKinney, Texas/Team Giant-Alpecin)
    Eric Marcotte (Scottsdale, Ariz./Team Jamis)
    Taylor Phinney (Boulder, Colo./BMC Racing Team)
    Kiel Reijnen (Bainbridge Island, Wash./Trek Factory Racing)
    Joseph Rosskopf (Decatur, Ga./BMC Racing Team)

    Elite men's individual time trial
    Taylor Phinney (Boulder, Colo./BMC Racing Team)*
    Alexey Vermeulen (Pickney, Mich./Team Lotto NL-Jumbo)

    Elite women's road race
    Allie Dragoo (Grand Rapids, Mich./TWENTY16 Ridebiker)
    Megan Guarnier (San Mateo, Calif./Boels Dolmans Cycling Team)*
    Amber Neben (Lake Forest, Calif./BEPINK)
    Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare)*
    Alexis Ryan (Ventura, Calif./Canyon SRAM Racing)
    Carmen Small (Durango, Colo./Cylance Pro Cycling)
    Lauren Stephens (Dallas, Texas/Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank)

    Elite women's individual time trial
    Amber Neben (Lake Forest, Calif./BEPINK)
    Carmen Small (Durango, Colo./Cylance Pro Cycling)*

    U23 men's road race
    Adrien Costa (Bend, Ore./Axeon Hagens Berman)*
    Geoffrey Curran (Tustin, Calif./Axeon Hagens Berman)*
    Gregory Daniel (Englewood, Colo./Axeon Hagens Berman)*
    Colin Joyce (Pocatello, Idaho/Axeon Hagens Berman)
    Justin Oien (Escondido, Calif./Axeon Hagens Berman)
    Neilson Powless (Roseville, Calif./Axeon Hagens Berman)

    U23 men's individual time trial
    Geoffrey Curran (Tustin, Calif./Axeon Hagens Berman)*
    Neilson Powless (Roseville, Calif./Axeon Hagens Berman)*

    Junior men's road race
    Cameron Beard (Bend, Ore./Team Specialized Racing-NCCF)
    Ian Garrison (Decatur, Ga./Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team p/b Hincapie Racing)*
    Gage Hecht (Parker, Colo./Hot Tubes Development Cycling Team)
    Bjorn Larson (Duluth, Minn./Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team p/b Hincapie Racing)
    Brandon McNulty (Phoenix, Ariz./LUX-Stradling p/b Specialized)*
    Tyler Stites (Tucson, Ariz./El Grupo Youth Cycling)

    Junior men's individual time trial
    Ian Garrison (Decatur, Ga./Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team p/b Hincapie Racing)
    Brandon McNulty (Phoenix, Ariz./LUX-Stradling p/b Specialized)*

    Junior women's road race
    Hannah Arensman (Rutherford College, N.C./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling)
    Megan Heath (Alpharetta, Ga./Frazier Cycling)
    Summer Moak (Foothill Ranch, Calif./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling)
    Skylar Schneider (West Allis, Wis./ISCorp Cycling p/b SmartChoice MRI)*

    Junior women's individual time trial
    Hannah Arensman (Rutherford College, N.C./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling)*
    Skylar Schneider (West Allis, Wis./ISCorp Cycling p/b SmartChoice MRI)

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    Menn elite: Alexander Kristoff (Katusha), Edvald Boasson Hagen (Dimension Data), Sven Erik Bystrøm (Katusha), Vegard Stake Laengen (IAM Cycling), Vegard Breen (Fortuneo-Vital Concept), Kristoffer Skjerping (Cannondale-Drapac), Sondre Holst Enger (IAM Cycling), Daniel Hoelgaard (FDJ) og Truls Engen Korsæth (Joker-Byggtorget).

    Menn elite tempo: Edvald Boasson Hagen (Dimension Data), Vegard Stake Laengen (IAM Cycling)

    Menn U23: Kristoffer Halvorsen (Joker-Byggtorget), Anders Skaarseth (Joker-Byggtorget), Amund G. Jansen (Joker-Byggtorget), Ole Forfang (Joker-Byggtorget), Fridtjof Røinås (Team Sparebanken Sør), Rasmus F. Tiller (Lillehammer SK).

    Menn U23 tempo: Rasmus F. Tiller (Lillehammer CK), + en ubesatt plass

    Menn junior: Iver Knotten, Andreas Leknessund, Sedrik Ullebø, Ludvik Holstad, Joakim Kjemhus, Håkon Aalrust

    Menn junior tempo: Iver Knotten (Tønsberg CK), Andreas Leknessund (Ringerike SK)

    Kvinner elite: Cecilie Gotaas Johnsen (Hitec), Katrine Aalerud (Bryne), Emilie Moberg (Hitec)

    Kvinner junior: Susanne Andersen (Stavanger SK), Ingvild Gåskjenn (Horten)

    Tempo kvinner junior: Susanne Andersen (Stavanger SK)
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    http://www.canadiancyclist.com/dailynews.php?id=31758&title=cycling-canada-announces-elite-u23-team-for-road-world-championships

    Elite Men

    Ryan Anderson, Spruce Grove AB (RR)
    Guillaume Boivin, Montreal QC (RR)
    Adam de Vos, Victoria BC (RR)
    Antoine Duchesne, Chicoutimi QC (RR)
    Hugo Houle, St-Perpetue QC (TT, RR)
    Ryan Roth, Guelph ON (TT, RR)

    U23 Men

    Alec Cowan, Calgary AB (TT, RR)
    David Drouin, St-Prosper QC (RR)
    Sean MacKinnon, Hamilton ON (TT, RR)
    Nicolas Masbourian, Montreal QC (RR)
    Benjamin Perry, St. Catharines ON (RR)

    Junior Men

    Matthew Staples, Oro-Medonte ON (RR & TT)
    Nickolas Zukowsky, Dundas ON (RR & TT)
    Charles-Étienne Chrétien, Amos QC (RR)
    Thierry Kirouac-Marcassa, Boucherville QC (RR)

    Elite Women

    Sara Bergen, Coquitlam BC (RR)
    Karol-Ann Canuel, Amos QC (TT, RR)
    Annie Foreman-Mackey, Kingston ON (RR)
    Alison Jackson, Vermilion AB (RR)
    Leah Kirchmann, Winnipeg MB (RR)
    Joelle Numainville, Laval QC (RR)

    Junior Women

    Erin Attwell, Victoria BC (RR & TT)
    Laurie Jussaume, Contrecoeur QC (RR & TT)
    Devaney Collier, Edmonton AB (RR)
    Maggie Coles-Lyster, Maple Ridge BC (RR)
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    https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/gbcyclingteam/article/20160921-gb-cyclingteam-news-Great-Britain-Cycling-Team-long-list-named-for-2016-UCI-Road-World-Championships-0

    Elite men road race (one to drop out from the list)

    Adam Blythe
    Mark Cavendish
    Stephen Cummings
    Alex Dowsett
    Dan McLay
    Luke Rowe
    Ian Stannard
    Ben Swift
    Geraint Thomas
    Scott Thwaites

    Elite men time trial

    To be selected from the above (two places qualified)

    Elite women road race

    Alice Barnes
    Hannah Barnes
    Lizzie Deignan
    Dani King
    Laura Massey
    Annasley Park
    Abby-Mae Parkinson
    Eileen Roe

    Elite women’s time trial

    Hannah Barnes
    Hayley Simmonds

    Under-23 men road race

    Gabriel Cullaigh
    Scott Davies
    Jon Dibben
    Chris Latham
    Tao Geoghegan Hart
    James Shaw

    Under-23 men time trial

    To be selected from the above (two places qualified)
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    According to Gazet van Antwerpen Kevin De Weert almost has the Belgian team in mind with only a few names remaining but it's often the last ones that are the hardest to choose.

    Timothy Dupont could be the last name to enter. Kevin says he cannot overlook the  wins by Dupont this season, the most prolific winner in Belgium. Of course these are in smaller races but you still need to do them, says De Weert.

    He also examined whether it was possible to take him because Dupont is currently racing for the Continental Team Verandas Willems but there's no problem for it.

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  • "Paris-Roubaix is the biggest cycling race in the world, bigger than the Tour de France, bigger than any other bike race" (Sir Bradley Wiggins)

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    Mens
    Jack Bauer
    Patrick Bevin
    Dion Smith

    Mens U 23
    Hayden McCormick
    Hamish Schreurs
    Sam Dobbs

    http://www.cyclingnewzealand.nz/news/bauer-to-lead-new-zealand-team-to-world-championships

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    Linda Villumsen will not be going as she is focusing on 2017 after the Olympics campaign took its toll according to the report
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    Greipel is not at all amused by the BDR not having made a decision on the team leader for Qatar yet:
    http://www.nieuwsblad.be/cnt/dmf20160919_02476329

    "We want to defend our chances as well as possible with the German team, and I don't think that's possible with both of us on the team."
    "I don't understand the BDR. I want to prepare as well as possible for the Worlds, but I don't even know if I'm going. I can't plan my travel."
    "It's not good if you always think about whether or not you will participate with only three weeks to go to the Worlds. Marcel feels the same way, it is a difficult situation for both of us."
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    La sélection :
    Contre-la-montre
    Elite Hommes
    Reto Hollenstein (IAM Cycling)
    Stefan Küng (BMC Racing Team) - notre photo
    Remplaçant
    Silvan Dillier (BMC Racing Team)

    Elite Dames
    Nicole Hanselmann (Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling Team)

    Espoirs
    Tom Bohli (BMC Racing Team) *
    Martin Schäppi (BMC Development Team)

    Juniors Hommes
    Stefan Bissegger (GD Weilenmann)
    Marc Hirschi (Team ROTH

    Juniors Dames
    Lena Mettraux (VC Echallens)

    Courses en ligne
    Elite Hommes
    Silvan Dillier (BMC Racing Team)
    Martin Elmiger (IAM Cycling)
    Reto Hollenstein (IAM Cycling)
    Stefan Küng (BMC Racing Team)
    Pirmin Lang (IAM Cycling Team)
    Fabian Lienhard (BMC Development Team)
    Gregory Rast (Trek-Segafredo)
    Michael Schär (BMC Racing Team)

    Elite Dames
    Nicole Hanselmann (Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling Team)

    Espoirs
    Tom Bohli (BMC Racing Team)
    Patrick Müller (BMC Development Team)
    Martin Schäppi (BMC Development Team)
    Lukas Spengler (BMC Development Team)
    Mario Spengler (BMC Development Team)
    Remplaçant
    Nico Selenati (EKZ Racing Team)

    Juniors Hommes
    Stefan Bissegger (GD Weilenmann)
    Robin Froidevaux (Team ROTH)
    Marc Hirschi (Team ROTH)
    Reto Müller (Team Gadola-Wetzikon)
    Joab Schneiter (Team ROTH)
    Valère Thiébaud (Zeta Cycling Club Colombier)
    Remplaçant
    Leon Russenberger (RV Merishausen)

    Juniors Dames
    Lena Mettraux (VC Echallens)
    Pauline Roy (Cimes – Cycle La Chaux-de-Fonds)
    Svenja Wüthrich (RV Rieden Walliselle)


    Lire la suite : http://www.directvelo.com/actualite/53622/mondial-la-selection-suisse
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