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Great Britain's Nicole Cooke (Univega) secured the 2006 UCI Women's Road World Cup title on...
Great Britain's Nicole Cooke (Univega) secured the 2006 UCI Women's Road World Cup title on September 10 at the end of the Rund um die Nürnberger Altstadt in Germany, the twelfth and final race in the series, which was won by Regina Schleicher.
Cooke beat Germany's Ina Teutenberg by 162 points and Switzerland's Annette Beutler by 229 points. Univega came top of the team's classification with 807 points, ahead of T-Mobile (607 points) and Buitenpoort-Flexpoint (582 points).