Maghalie Rochette wins women's Kings CX

Maghalie Rochette (Canada)
Maghalie Rochette (Canada) (Image credit: Snowy Mountain Photography)

Maghalie Rochette (Canada) won the opening day C1 event at Kings CX held in Mason, Ohio on Saturday. Rochette covered the course in just over 51 minutes to win solo by 1:05 ahead of Caroline Mani (France) second and 1:15 head of compatriot Sidney McGill.

Rochette opened a gap on the first lap and while McGill tried to follow for almost the entire lap, she wasn't able to connect with her compatriot as Mani chased close behind.

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Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Maghalie Rochette (Can) 0:51:27
2Caroline Mani (Fra) 0:01:05
3Sidney Mcgill (Can) 0:01:15
4Caitlin Bernstein (USA) 0:01:25
5Lizzy Gunsalus (USA) 0:01:26
6Raylyn Nuss (USA) 0:01:47
7Rebecca Fahringer (USA) 0:01:53
8Lauren Zoerner (USA) 0:01:55
9Madigan Munro (USA)
10Emily Werner (USA) 0:02:02
11Austin Killips (USA) 0:03:08
12Taylor Kuyk-White (USA) 0:03:10
13Amelia Shea (USA) 0:03:26
14Bridget Tooley (USA)
15Jennifer Malik (USA) 0:03:29
16Anna Dorovskikh (USA) 0:04:08
17Traci Judge (USA) 0:04:12
18Natalie Smith (USA) 0:04:37
19Caitlin Neuman (USA) 0:04:39
20Maria Larkin (Irl) 0:04:55
21Kelly Lawson (Can) 0:04:57
22Alijah Beatty (USA) 0:05:16
23Michaela Thompson (USA) 0:05:41
24Ivy Audrain (USA) 0:06:13
25Bonnie Symes (USA)
26Brooke Lyman (USA) -2 Laps
27Sarah Larson (USA)
28Molly Lohry (USA)
29Aubrey Drummond (USA)
DNFSunny Gilbert (USA)
DNFCassidy Hickey (USA)
DNFSophie Russenberger (USA)
DNFKatelyn Walcroft (Can)
DNFAbigail Yates (USA)

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