The Swiss National Time Trial Championship is a road bicycle race that takes place inside the Swiss National Cycling Championship, and decides the best cyclist in this type of race. The first winner was Viktor Kunz in 1993. Fabian Cancellara made the remarkable achievement of 10 wins between 2002 and 2014. The women's record is held by Karin Thürig with 7 wins.

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  • The Swiss National Time Trial Championship is a road bicycle race that takes place inside the Swiss National Cycling Championship, and decides the best cyclist in this type of race. The first winner was Viktor Kunz in 1993. Fabian Cancellara made the remarkable achievement of 10 wins between 2002 and 2014. The women's record is held by Karin Thürig with 7 wins. (en)
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  • The Swiss National Time Trial Championship is a road bicycle race that takes place inside the Swiss National Cycling Championship, and decides the best cyclist in this type of race. The first winner was Viktor Kunz in 1993. Fabian Cancellara made the remarkable achievement of 10 wins between 2002 and 2014. The women's record is held by Karin Thürig with 7 wins. (en)
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