Ponferrada: Elite Women ITT - German Gold

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A great fight again... but unfortunately I saw nothing of it: I was by the vet. Vera The Cat got sterilised today, I just brought her home - and in Florence - and she's still confused. She's also angry I guess...
Anyway the German Lisa Brennauer is the new World Champion and that's a surprised for me. With her on the podium Anna Solovey (Silver) and Evelyn Stevens (Bronze).

Embedded image permalinkLisa Brennauer:
"I knew that for me it was good that the race was so long because I’m very good in the end of the raceI gave it my all on the climb, I took the risks on the descent and then in the end I just went full gas to the line.
I can’t believe it right now. I’m overwhelmed. I think this needs some time for me to know it’s reality."

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Nice helmet :)
Anna Solovey:
"I knew I would be second because I’m still young"I don’t know what I’ll do next year. I just live this moment because I am from Lugansk. This city is very dangerous."

Evelyn Stevens:
"I had information on the radio throughout and I knew I was in contention and it was exciting to be in the running for a podium spot"

Ellen van Dijk:
"In the downhill I took no chances because it wasn’t worth it anymore, but I only lost 15 seconds or so. I heard along the way that I was over 15 seconds down on Anna Solovey, and I thought, ‘what’s wrong with my legs?’"

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1 Lisa Brennauer (Germany) 0:38:48.16  
2 Anna Solovey (Ukraine) 0:00:18.68  
3 Evelyn Stevens (United States Of America) 0:00:21.25  
4 Mieke Kroeger (Germany) 0:00:38.29  
5 Ann-Sofie Duyck (Belgium) 0:00:45.31  
6 Karol-Ann Canuel (Canada) 0:00:51.26  
7 Ellen Van Dijk (Netherlands) 0:01:11.64  
8 Alison Powers (United States Of America) 0:01:14.17  
9 Linda Melanie Villumsen (New Zealand) 0:01:14.28  
10 Trixi Worrack (Germany) 0:01:15.25  
11 Katrin Garfoot (Australia) 0:01:23.36  
12 Martina Sablikova (Czech Republic) 0:01:25.62  
13 Chantal Blaak (Netherlands) 0:01:35.47  
14 Eri Yonamine (Japan) 0:02:06.48  
15 Elisa Longo Borghini (Italy) 0:02:14.86  
16 Tatiana Antoshina (Russian Federation) 0:02:27.75  
17 Serika Guluma Ortiz (Colombia) 0:02:29.51  
18 Mayuko Hagiwara (Japan) 0:02:30.78  
19 Eugenia Bujak (Poland) 0:02:33.04  
20 Tatyana Riabchenko (Ukraine) 0:02:37.18  
21 Julie Leth (Denmark) 0:02:42.53  
22 Rossella Ratto (Italy) 0:02:57.21  
Embedded image permalink23 Audrey Cordon (France) 0:03:01.53  
24 Doris Schweizer (Switzerland) 0:03:09.45  
25 Christine Majerus (Luxembourg) 0:03:30.97  
26 Lija Laizane (Latvia) 0:03:34.93  
27 Leah Kirchmann (Canada) 0:03:35.36  
28 Lotta Lepisto (Finland) 0:03:40.03  
29 Mia Radotic (Croatia) 0:03:48.42  
30 Martina Ritter (Austria) 0:03:59.36  
31 Sari Saarelainen (Finland) 0:04:04.65  
32 Belen Lopez Morales (Spain) 0:04:11.65  
33 Daiva Tuslaite (Lithuania) 0:04:16.37  
34 Lourdes Oyarbide Jimenez (Spain) 0:04:27.21  
Embedded image permalink35 Dana Rozlapa (Latvia) 0:04:35.38  
36 Aude Biannic (France) 0:04:38.06  
37 Ana Teresa Casas Bonilla (Mexico) 0:04:39.90  
38 Jacqueline Hahn (Austria) 0:04:40.91  
39 Katazina Sosna (Lithuania) 0:04:49.12  
40 Alexandra Burchenkova (Russian Federation) 0:04:55.29  
41 Liisi Rist (Estonia) 0:05:03.62  
42 Katarzyna Pawlowska (Poland) 0:05:14.67  
43 Heidi Dalton (South Africa) 0:05:43.86  
44 Veronica Leal Balderas (Mexico) 0:05:44.31  
45 Varvara Fasoi (Greece) 0:06:04.47  
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46 Clemilda Fernandes Silva (Brazil) 0:06:15.57  
47 Daniela Reis (Portugal) 0:07:48.82  
DNS An-Li Kachelhoffer (South Africa)  
DNS Carmen Small (United States Of America)  

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She's moved
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Podium in the rain

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