The 2011 World Road Cycling Championships, which took place in Copenhagen in Denmark from 19 to 25 September, saw Rudy Project win two unforgettable golds. Germany's Tony Martin won the time trial in a time of 53'43"85, to win his first world title, while the Italian Giorgia Bronzini, after an impeccable tactical race, produced a trademark power sprint to win the elite road race title. A precious contribution to the success of these two champions was provided by Rudy Project, constantly at the service of top international sports stars. Tony Martin raced with the all-new ultra-light Hypermask Performance glasses, 28 grams of top technology in complete synergy with the time trial helmet. With their rimless structure, these glasses guarantee an exceptional field of vision and, because they are so tight to the face, guarantee top-level aerodynamics. Giorgia Bronzini, on the other hand, won her title wearing a Sterling helmet, a much-loved equipment item and a reference when it comes to comfort. From cycling to running, and from free climbing to kite surfing, as well as trekking, triathlon and cross-country skiing, Rudy Project guarantees athletes from all sports total reliability and complete comfort.