Lindgren finshes Cyprus Sunshine Cup in style

Cyprus Sunshine Cup 2012 ended up with the victories of Annika Langvad (Den) and Emil Lindgren (Swe) at Amathous. Langvad repeated her last year's win and celebrated her third win in three races of the series. Close behind Adelheid Morath (Ger) came into second, while Tereza Hurikova took third place. Emil Lindgren was victorious in front of Fabian Giger (Swi) and Jan Skarnitzl (Cze). The overall went to Giger and Langvad.

Elite women

It was Adelheid Morath (Felt Ötztal X-Bionic), who put her stamp on the first half of the 24.7-kilometer race of the women. She took the lead and under split up the bunch as she applied pressure. Surprisingly, it was Dutchwoman Anne Terpstra (MPL Specialized) who was the first to follow Morath.

The duo only gained about 10 seconds on the following group, led by Annika Langvad (Fujbikes Rockets) and followed by Blaza Klemencic (Felt Ötztal X-Bionic), Irina Kalentieva (Topeak-Ergon) and Tereza Hurikova (Sabine Spitz-Haibike).

In the second lap, Langvad closed the gap, and the three opened a difference of 20 seconds to the three remaining chasers. Elisabeth Brandau (notebooksbilliger.de) and Olympic champion Sabine Spitz (Sabine Spitz-Haibike) were riding behind them in seventh and eight position.

On the third lap, Terpstra couldn’t hold the speed, and Hurikova left the chasers behind, coming closer to the third spot. At the beginning of the fourth and last lap, Hurikova was able to pass Terpstra and was only 15 seconds behind the two leaders.

In the last lap, Langvad took first position and created a gap of some seconds to Morath. The German fought back, but on the last technical uphill, Langvad was stronger and finally escaped for the win, with seven seconds on Morath, while Hurikova came in third with 18 seconds to the victorious Langvad, who stopped the clock at 1:19:55.

Langvad won the Cyprus Sunshine Cup overall after winning all three races.  Second place went to Hurikova ahead of  Spitz.

"I was pretty tired after the Afxentia stage race," said Langvad. "So I waited on my legs, and then I could go at a good rhythm. In the last two laps, I could go a good speed and I felt very good. I was very excited about what would happen today. I’m now looking forward to the World Cup opener in Pietermaritzburg."

Morath praised Langvad for her performance, crediting her with just being stronger on the day.

"My legs were really good today. I knew these steep climbs are good for me," said Morath. "When I had a gap at the beginning, I was surprised. The lap I was not sure how much we had to go. Annika attacked, I came back, but she was too strong. I was relaxed today and I’m happy with my performance towards the World Cup opener."

Team tactics pave the way for Lindgren

The men's competition was a start to finish victory for Emil Lindgren. But despite the fact that the Swede from Giant-Rabobank always was riding in front, the gap was never more than 25 seconds and his win was not secure until the last kilometer.

At the beginning Thomas Litscher (Felt Ötztal X-Bionic) and 2011 Amathous winner Henk-Jaap Moorlag (Rabobank-Giant) were following Lindgren but at the end of the first lap, Lindgren escaped.

Litscher later started to suffer, caused by his injuries from last weekend's crash. In the second of five laps, the chase group with Jan Skarnitzl (Rubena Birell Specialized), his teammate Jiri Friedl, Fabian Giger (Rabobank-Giant), Jochen Kaess (Multivan-Merida) and Maxime Marotte (BH Suntour) were closing the gap to Moorlag.

Kaess couldn’t follow, Friedl later had to stop due to a mechanical and Marotte missed the group, because Litscher blocked him for a moment, putting up a gap Marotte could not overcome.

During the third lap, Skarnitzl and Giger got away from the rest. It was Skarnitzl who had to do the work in the wind, because Giger, for team tactical reasons, didn’t want chase Lindgren.

Skarnitzl put a gap on Lindgren of just under 15 seconds, but Lindgren got back up to the front. In the last lap, Giger attacked and went into second position. Giger was only 10 seconds behind his teammate, but Lindgren was able to defend for the victory.  Giger finished 13 seconds back. Skarnitz secured third place, while Marotte came into fourth. Rabobank Giant swept all three podium spots with Moorlag in third.

"There was no room to make a mistake out there today," said Lindgren. "My teammates were perfect, in the way they controlled the chasing group. It was a pretty good day. It’s great to have that start into the season, for me and for the team. Now I hope to keep that shape until Pietermaritzburg."

Giger got the bigger title however, snaring the overall of the Cyprus Sunshine Cup for the first time in his career. Lindgren was second.

"Ideally I think today it would have possible to do more," said Giger. "The legs were pretty good, my shape is perfect. But by the same token, it was an okay conclusion to the Sunshine Cup, and it’s a nice gift to win the overall."

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Elite men
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Emil Lindgren (Swe) Rabobank Giant Offroad Team1:23:05
2Fabian Giger (Swi) Rabobank Giant Offroad Team0:00:14
3Jan Skarnitzl (Cze) Rubena Auto-Mencik Specialized0:00:17
4Maxime Marotte (Fra) Team Bh Suntour Peisey-Vallandry0:01:01
5Henk Jaap Moorlag (Ned) Rabobank Giant Offroad Team0:01:31
6Jiri Novak (Cze) Remerx-Merida Team Kolin0:02:17
7Thomas Litscher (Swi) Felt Otztal X-Bionic0:02:23
8Alexey Medvedev (Rus) Russian National Team0:02:49
9Jochen Kass (Ger) Multivan-Merida Biking Team0:02:50
10Ivan Alvarez Gutierrez (Spa) Elettroveneta Corratec0:04:02
11Karl Markt (Aut) Felt Otztal X-Bionic0:04:21
12Metzler Hannes (Aut) RV DJS Bikeshop Simplon0:04:24
13Magnus Darvell (Swe) Team Herbalife 24 Raumerrittet0:04:59
14Ivan Smirnov (Rus) Protek Team0:05:14
15Ruben Scheire (Bel) Team Bh Suntour Peisey-Vallandry0:05:25
16Pavel Pryadein (Rus) Dinamo-Nagornaya0:05:40
17Sergey Nikolaev (Rus) Samara-Shvsm0:05:59
18Steven James (GBr) Specialized / Hargroves Cycles0:06:06
19Ola Kjoren (Nor) Team Herbalife 24 Raumerrittet0:06:16
20Simon Stiebjahn ba2baef2 Bulls0:06:40
21Maxim Gogolev (Rus) Cycling Club Roma Mtb Team0:06:41
22Gregor Raggl (Aut) Hai Power Bike Team0:07:06
23Alban Lakata (Aut) Topeak Ergon Racing Team0:07:20
24Sepp Marc Freiburghaus (Swi) Thoemus Racing Team0:07:41
25Fabrice Mels (Bel) Team Aliplast0:07:42
26Daniel Eymann  (Swi) Thoemus Racing Team0:07:53
27Severin Disch (Swi) Thoemus Racing Team0:07:53
28Anton Gogolev (Rus) Izhevsk-Impul's0:08:29
29Ivanov Timofey (Rus) Team Primorskiy District0:08:43
30Frank Schotman (Ned) Mpl Specialized0:09:45
31Sascha Bleher (Ger) German National Team0:10:12
32Giancarlo Sax    (Swi) Thoemus Racing Team0:10:39
33Marios Athanasiadis (Cyp) Omonoia0:11:19
34Abdulkadir Kelleci (Tur) Turkish National Team0:12:27
35John Carlsson (Swe) Mjolby CK0:12:59
36Bilal Akgul (Tur) Turkish National Team0:13:24
37Alexey Leontyev (Rus) Dinamo-Nagornaya0:13:43
38Mark Kuyan (Rus) Team Primorskiy District0:15:19
39Bojan Djurdjic (Srb) Salcano Factory Team0:16:11
40Aleksa Maric (Srb) Salcano Factory Team0:16:11
41Anton Liubui (Ukr) Ukraine National Team0:16:52
42Rien Terpstra (Ned) Mpl Specialized0:19:20
-2 LapsAnatoliy Gavrilov (Rus) Dinamo-NagornayaRow 42 - Cell 2
-2 LapsTimotheos Skettos (Cyp) Limassol Sporting ClubRow 43 - Cell 2
-2 LapsFredrik Haraldseth (Nor) Baerum OckRow 44 - Cell 2
-2 LapsDyshakov Ilya (Rus) Dinamo-NagornayaRow 45 - Cell 2
-2 LapsMichalis Karatzis (Cyp) PolandRow 46 - Cell 2
-2 LapsLeontios Katsouris (Cyp) PolandRow 47 - Cell 2
-2 LapsAlexey Krylov (Rus) Team Primorskiy DistrictRow 48 - Cell 2
-3 LapsKoutsiou Irinaios (Cyp) HraklitosRow 49 - Cell 2
DNFIvan Seledkov (Rus) Cycling Club Roma Mtb TeamRow 50 - Cell 2
DNFJiri Friedl (Cze) Rubena Auto-Mencik SpecializedRow 51 - Cell 2
DNFMattias Wengelin (Swe) Team Herbalife 24 RaumerrittetRow 52 - Cell 2
DNFBen Sumner (GBr) Beeline RtRow 53 - Cell 2
DNFAxel Lindh (Swe) Harnosands CkRow 54 - Cell 2
DNFDmitry Andreev (Rus) Karo-Itera-Dinamo TeamRow 55 - Cell 2
DNFTobias Reiser (Ger) Notebooksbilliger.De TeamRow 56 - Cell 2
DSQAndy Eyring (Ger) German National TeamRow 57 - Cell 2
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Elite women
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Annika Langvad (Den) Team Fujibikes Rockets1:19:55
2Morath Adelheid (Ger) Team X Bionic0:00:07
3Tereza Hurikova (Cze) Sabine Spitz Haibike Pro Team0:00:18
4Blaza Klemencic (Slo) Felt Otztal X-Bionic0:00:30
5Irina Kalentieva (Rus) Rus Suvary Provelo0:00:48
6Anne Terpstra (Ned) Mpl Specialized0:00:49
7Sabine Spitz (Ger) Sabine Spitz Haibike Pro Team0:02:18
8Ekaterina Anoshina (Rus) Protek Team0:03:02
9Vera Andreeva (Rus) Rus Suvary Provelo0:03:20
10Katrin Stirnemann (Swi) Sabine Spitz Haibike Pro Team0:03:28
11Katrin Leumann (Swi) Ghost Factory Racing Team0:03:45
12Elisabeth Brandau (Ger) National Team0:03:52
13Janka Stevkova (Svk) Ck Epic Dohnany0:03:54
14Laura Turpijn (Ned) Mpl Specialized0:05:33
15Iana Belomoyna (Ukr) Ukraine National Team0:06:31
16Tanja Zakelj (Slo) Salcano Factory Team0:07:21
17Nicoletta De Jager (Ned) Mpl Specialized0:07:56
18Andja Gradl (Ger) German Nat.Team0:08:45
19Mona Eiberweiser (Ger) Ghost Factory Racing Team0:08:55
20Oksana Rybakova (Rus) Dinamo - Russia0:09:15
21Michelle Hediger (Swi) Fischer Bmc0:10:01
22Kseniya Kirillova (Rus) Rus Suvary Provelo0:12:24
23Elena Gogoleva (Rus) Cycling Club Roma Mtb Team0:14:42
24Esra Kurkcu (Tur) Turkish National Team0:15:27
25Jovana Crnogorac (Srb) Salcano Factory Team0:15:49
26Michaela Malarikova (Svk) Ck Skiklub Sportmed Bratislava0:16:43
27Ksenia Chernykh (Rus) Giant-Russia0:17:31
28Zuzana Pirzkallova (Cze) Remerx-Merida Team Kolin0:17:57
29Semra Yetis (Tur) Turkish National Team0:21:55
30Stephania Magri (Mlt) GB Cycles0:22:22
DNFMarta Tereshchuk (Ukr) Ukraine National TeamRow 30 - Cell 2
DNFTatjana Dold (Ger) Team Fujibikes RocketsRow 31 - Cell 2
DNSElisabeth Sveum (Nor) Team Crampfix NakamuraRow 32 - Cell 2
DNSAntri Christoforou (Cyp) OmonoiaRow 33 - Cell 2
DNSTracy Moseley (GBr) Great Britain National TeamRow 34 - Cell 2

Cyprus Sunshine Cup final series standings

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Elite men final standings
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Fabian Giger (Swi) Rabobank Giant Offroad Team265pts
2Emil Lindgren (Swe) Rabobank Giant Offroad Team258Row 1 - Cell 3
3Jan Skarnitzl (Cze)230Row 2 - Cell 3
4Jaroslav Kulhavy (Cze) Specialized Factory Team200Row 3 - Cell 3
5Thomas Litscher (Swi) Felt Otztal X-Bionic196Row 4 - Cell 3
6Jiri Novak (Cze) Remerx-Merida Team Kolin184Row 5 - Cell 3
7Manuel Fumic (Ger) Cannondale Factory Racing160Row 6 - Cell 3
8Alexey Medvedev (Rus) Russian National Team152Row 7 - Cell 3
9Alban Lakata (Aut) Topeak Ergon Racing Team150Row 8 - Cell 3
10Wolfram Kurschat (Ger) Topeak Ergon Racing Team145Row 9 - Cell 3
11Maxime Marotte (Fra) BH Suntour Peisey-Vallandry142Row 10 - Cell 3
12Magnus Darvell (Swe) Team Herbalife 24 Raumerrittet135Row 11 - Cell 3
13Henk Jaap Moorlag (Ned) Rabobank Giant Offroad Team124Row 12 - Cell 3
14Karl Markt (Aut) Felt Otztal X-Bionic120Row 13 - Cell 3
15Ivan Smirnov (Rus) Protek118Row 14 - Cell 3
16Ivan Alvarez Gutierrez (Spa) Elettroveneta Corratec(Ita)117Row 15 - Cell 3
17Nicola Rohrbach (Swi) Goldwurst-Power/ Trek110Row 16 - Cell 3
18Jochen Kass (Ger) Multivan-Merida Biking Team110Row 17 - Cell 3
19Kevin Van Hoovels (Bel) Belgian Cycling Team106Row 18 - Cell 3
20Milan Spesny (Cze)105Row 19 - Cell 3
21Ondrej Cink (Cze) Merida Biking Team105Row 20 - Cell 3
22Jiri Friedl (Cze)99Row 21 - Cell 3
23Maxim Gogolev (Rus) Samara-Shvsm-Roma99Row 22 - Cell 3
24Metzler Hannes (Aut) Rv Dj´S Bikeshop SiMPLon98Row 23 - Cell 3
25Christoph Soukup (Aut) Hitec Team94Row 24 - Cell 3
26Liam Killeen (GBr) Giant Factory Racing93Row 25 - Cell 3
27Alexandre Moos (Swi) BMC Mountainbike Racing Team89Row 26 - Cell 3
28Julian Shelb (Ger) Lexwave Racing Team88Row 27 - Cell 3
29Mathias Fluckiger (Swi) Trek World Racing88Row 28 - Cell 3
30Frank Schotman (Ned) MPL Specialized85Row 29 - Cell 3
31Ola Kjoren (Nor) Team Herbalife 24 Raumerrittet85Row 30 - Cell 3
32Marek Rauchfuss (Cze) S&H Superior MTB Team84Row 31 - Cell 3
33Anton Gogolev (Rus) Izhevsk-Impul's81Row 32 - Cell 3
34Sergij Nikolaev (Rus) Samara-Shvsm81Row 33 - Cell 3
35Sebastien Carabin (Bel) Belgian Cycling Team79Row 34 - Cell 3
36Robert Mennen (Ger) Topeak Ergon Racing Team73Row 35 - Cell 3
37Jeff Luyten (Bel) Belgian Cycling Team72Row 36 - Cell 3
38Timofey Ivanov (Rus) Team Primorskiy District71Row 37 - Cell 3
39Pavel Pryadein (Rus) Dinamo-Nagornaya68Row 38 - Cell 3
40Lukas Fluckiger (Swi) Trek World Racing65Row 39 - Cell 3
41Fabrice Mels (Bel) Salcano Factory Team65Row 40 - Cell 3
42Lee Williams (GBr) Team Wales63Row 41 - Cell 3
43Marios Athanasiadis (Cyp) Omonoia60Row 42 - Cell 3
44Daniel Geismayr (Aut) Centurion Vaude56Row 43 - Cell 3
45Dmytro Titarenko (Ukr) ISD MTB Team53Row 44 - Cell 3
46Ivan Seledkov (Rus) Dinamo-Nagornaya51Row 45 - Cell 3
47Mark Kuyan (Rus) Team Primorskiy District51Row 46 - Cell 3
48Ruben Scheire (Bel) BH Suntour Peisey-Vallandry50Row 47 - Cell 3
49Alexey Leontyer (Rus) CC Roma47Row 48 - Cell 3
50Steven James (GBr) Specialized / Hargroves Cycles47Row 49 - Cell 3
51Martin Gujan (Swi) Cannondale Factory Racing44Row 50 - Cell 3
52Gregor Raggl (Aut)43Row 51 - Cell 3
53Marc Metzler (Swi) Pink Gilis Swiss Team43Row 52 - Cell 3
54Daniel Eymann  (Swi) Thoemus Racing Team43Row 53 - Cell 3
55Shlomi Haimy (Isr) Focus-Mig42Row 54 - Cell 3
56Sepp Marc Freiburghaus (Swi) Thoemus Racing Team41Row 55 - Cell 3
57Urruty Maxime (Fra) Team Bikepark.Ch Scott39Row 56 - Cell 3
58Simon Stiebjahn (Ger) German National Team39Row 57 - Cell 3
59Bilal Akgul (Tur) Turkish National Team39Row 58 - Cell 3
60Bojan Djurdjic (Srb) Salcano Factory Team38Row 59 - Cell 3
61Severin Disch (Swi) Thoemus Racing Team38Row 60 - Cell 3
62Andy Eyring (Ger) German National Team36Row 61 - Cell 3
63Abdulkadir Kelleci (Tur) Turkish National Team36Row 62 - Cell 3
64Giancarlo Sax    (Swi) Thoemus Racing Team36Row 63 - Cell 3
65Anton Liubyl (Ukr)35Row 64 - Cell 3
66Sascha Bleher (Ger) German National Team34Row 65 - Cell 3
67Periklis Ilias (Gre) Team Protek34Row 66 - Cell 3
68Matous Ulman (Cze)33Row 67 - Cell 3
69Markus Bauer (Ger) German National Team33Row 68 - Cell 3
70Tim Lemmers (Ned) Feenstra Stevens Biketeam32Row 69 - Cell 3
71Anatoly Gavrilov (Rus) Dinamo-Nagornaya30Row 70 - Cell 3
72Rien Terpstra (Ned) MPL Specialized30Row 71 - Cell 3
73John Carlsson (Swe) Mjolby Ck30Row 72 - Cell 3
74Vasilis Adamou (Cyp) Omonoia28Row 73 - Cell 3
75Oliver Beckingsale (GBr) Team- Endura MTB Racing28Row 74 - Cell 3
76Sergii Rysenko (Ukr) ISD MTB Team27Row 75 - Cell 3
77Aleksa Maric (Srb) Salcano Factory Team26Row 76 - Cell 3
78Loretz Lukas (Swi) Giant Swiss Sr-Suntour25Row 77 - Cell 3
79Jeremy Huguenin (Swi) Giant Swiss Sr-Suntour23Row 78 - Cell 3
80Axel Lindh (Swe) Harnosands Ck23Row 79 - Cell 3
81Timotheos Skettos (Cyp) Limassol Sporting Club21Row 80 - Cell 3
82Fredrik Haraldseth (Nor) Baerum Ock20Row 81 - Cell 3
83Dyshakov Ilya (Rus) Dinamo-Nagornaya19Row 82 - Cell 3
84Michalis Karatzis (Cyp) Pol18Row 83 - Cell 3
85Geert Van Der Horst (Ned) Feenstra Stevens Biketeam17Row 84 - Cell 3
86Leontios Katsouris (Cyp) Pol17Row 85 - Cell 3
87Alexey Krylov (Rus) Team Primorskiy District16Row 86 - Cell 3
88Simon Hupperetz (Bel) Merida Wallonie MTB Team15Row 87 - Cell 3
89Koutsiou Irinaios (Cyp) Hraklitos15Row 88 - Cell 3
90Brice Scholtes (Bel) National Team Belgium13Row 89 - Cell 3
91Martin Gluth (Ger) German National Team12Row 90 - Cell 3
92Giorgos Fattas (Cyp) Ch. Pettemerides9Row 91 - Cell 3
93Anton Sintsov (Rus) Titicy Lgl Pro Team7Row 92 - Cell 3
94Quentin Winandy (Bel) Merida Wallonie MTB Team6Row 93 - Cell 3
95Pieter Geluykens (Bel) Merida Wallonie MTB Team3Row 94 - Cell 3
96Matthias Waldhart (Aut) Hai Powerbike Team Haiming2Row 95 - Cell 3
97Tobias Reiser (Ger) Notebooksbilliger.De?Team2Row 96 - Cell 3
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Elite women final standings
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResultHeader Cell - Column 3
1Annika Langvad (Den) Team Fujibikes Rockets300pts
2Tereza Hurikova (Cze) Sabine Spitz Haibike Pro Team260Row 1 - Cell 3
3Sabine Spitz (Ger) Sabine Spitz Haibike Pro Team243Row 2 - Cell 3
4Blaza Klemencic (Slo) Felt Otztal X-Bionic228Row 3 - Cell 3
5Katrin Leumann (Swi) Ghost Factory Racing Team208Row 4 - Cell 3
6Anne Terpstra (Ned) MPL Specialized189Row 5 - Cell 3
7Tanja Zakelj (Slo) Salcano Factory Team179Row 6 - Cell 3
8Katrin Stirnemann (Swi) Sabine Spitz Haibike Pro Team176Row 7 - Cell 3
9Adelheit Morath (Ger) Team X Bionic170Row 8 - Cell 3
10Elisabeth Brandau (Ger) National Team169Row 9 - Cell 3
11Janka Stevkova (Svk) Ck Epic Dohnany164Row 10 - Cell 3
12Ekaterina Anoshina (Rus) Protek Team160Row 11 - Cell 3
13Yana Belomoyna (Ukr) Bi&Esse- Infotre153Row 12 - Cell 3
14Laura Turpijn (Ned) MPL Specialized146Row 13 - Cell 3
15Irina Kalentieva (Rus) Rus Suvary Provelo140Row 14 - Cell 3
16Nicoletta De Jager (Ned) MPL Specialized135Row 15 - Cell 3
17Vera Andreeva (Rus) Rus Suvary Provelo124Row 16 - Cell 3
18Marielle Saner-Guinchard (Swi) Team Bikepark.Ch Scott122Row 17 - Cell 3
19Oksana Rybakova (Rus) Dinamo - Russia121Row 18 - Cell 3
20Elena Gogoleva (Rus) Cycling Club Roma MTB Team120Row 19 - Cell 3
21Jovana Crnogorac (Srb) Salcano Factory Team108Row 20 - Cell 3
22Andja Gradl (Ger) German National Team107Row 21 - Cell 3
23Esra Kurkcu (Tur) Turkish National Team105Row 22 - Cell 3
24Elisabeth Sveum (Nor) Team Crampfix Nakamura99Row 23 - Cell 3
25Michaela Malarikova (Svk) Ck Skiklub Sportmed Bratislava96Row 24 - Cell 3
26Ksenia Chernykh (Rus) Giant-Russia95Row 25 - Cell 3
27Ann Berglund (Swe)94Row 26 - Cell 3
28Stephania Magri (Mlt) Gb Cycles87Row 27 - Cell 3
29Krista Park (USA) Cannondale No-Tubes86Row 28 - Cell 3
30Nataliya Krompets (Ukr)86Row 29 - Cell 3
31Helen Grobert (Ger) German National Team84Row 30 - Cell 3
32Josefine Ahlstrom (Swe)77Row 31 - Cell 3
33Antri Christoforou (Cyp) Omonoia77Row 32 - Cell 3
34Lisa Mitterbauer (Aut) Team Bikepark.Ch Scott76Row 33 - Cell 3
35Zuzana Pirzkallova (Cze) Remerx-Merida Team Kolin64Row 34 - Cell 3
36Marta Tereshchuk (Ukr) Bi&Esse- Infotre63Row 35 - Cell 3
37Rie Katayama (Jpn) Specialized Japan62Row 36 - Cell 3
38Semra Yetis (Tur) Turkish National Team61Row 37 - Cell 3
39Virginie Pointet   (Swi) Jb Felt Team59Row 38 - Cell 3
40Corina Gantenbein (Swi) Vcb Landquart Fischer BMC49Row 39 - Cell 3
41Mona Eiberweiser (Ger) Ghost Factory Racing Team46Row 40 - Cell 3
42Michelle Hediger (Swi) Fischer BMC44Row 41 - Cell 3
43Kseniya Kirillova (Rus) Rus Suvary Provelo43Row 42 - Cell 3
44Tatjana Dold (Ger) Team Fujibikes Rockets39Row 43 - Cell 3
45Unknown37Row 44 - Cell 3
46Inbar Ronen (Isr) Team CCc35Row 45 - Cell 3
47Tracy Moseley (GBr) Great Britain National Team31Row 46 - Cell 3
48Jelena Petrova (Lat) Omonoia23Row 47 - Cell 3

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