Skip to main content

Pendrel wins at home

Image 1 of 56

Catharine Pendrel (Luna) wins her second career World Cup.

Catharine Pendrel (Luna) wins her second career World Cup. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 2 of 56

Marie-Helene Premont (Rocky Mountain - Maxxis) was one of only a few who rode the rocky descent.

Marie-Helene Premont (Rocky Mountain - Maxxis) was one of only a few who rode the rocky descent. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 3 of 56

Lene Byberg (Specialized) describing the chaotic start.

Lene Byberg (Specialized) describing the chaotic start. (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 4 of 56

Georgia Gould (Luna Women's MTB)

Georgia Gould (Luna Women's MTB) (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 5 of 56

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) is the series leader

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) is the series leader (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 6 of 56

U.S.A. Champion Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) in her new red/white/blue kit that matches her newly painted bike

U.S.A. Champion Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) in her new red/white/blue kit that matches her newly painted bike (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 7 of 56

Katerina Nash (Luna Women's MTB)

Katerina Nash (Luna Women's MTB) (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 8 of 56

Willow Koerber (Gary Fisher/Subaru)

Willow Koerber (Gary Fisher/Subaru) (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 9 of 56

Women's start lead by Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru)

Women's start lead by Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 10 of 56

Chloe Forsman (Luna Women's MTB) rode a briliant race

Chloe Forsman (Luna Women's MTB) rode a briliant race (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 11 of 56

Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) leads the women on the first descent

Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) leads the women on the first descent (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 12 of 56

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) leading up the climb

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) leading up the climb (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 13 of 56

Georgia Gould (Luna Women's MTB) chasing Pendrel

Georgia Gould (Luna Women's MTB) chasing Pendrel (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 14 of 56

Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) riding with leaders

Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) riding with leaders (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 15 of 56

Mary McConneloug (Kenda-Seven-No Tubes) leading Lea Davision

Mary McConneloug (Kenda-Seven-No Tubes) leading Lea Davision (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 16 of 56

Willow Koerber (Gary Fisher/Subaru) descending through some rocks

Willow Koerber (Gary Fisher/Subaru) descending through some rocks (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 17 of 56

Georgia Gould (Luna Women's MTB) descending

Georgia Gould (Luna Women's MTB) descending (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 18 of 56

Katerina Nash (Luna Women's MTB) suffered an untimely flat tire

Katerina Nash (Luna Women's MTB) suffered an untimely flat tire (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 19 of 56

Mary McConneloug (Kenda-Seven-No Tubes) drinking on her way up the mountain

Mary McConneloug (Kenda-Seven-No Tubes) drinking on her way up the mountain (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 20 of 56

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) riding over a drop-off

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) riding over a drop-off (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 21 of 56

Chloe Forsman (Luna Women's MTB) descending rapidly

Chloe Forsman (Luna Women's MTB) descending rapidly (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 22 of 56

Amanda Sin riding in the top ten

Amanda Sin riding in the top ten (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 23 of 56

Zephanie Blasi (Kenda-Tomac-Hayes)

Zephanie Blasi (Kenda-Tomac-Hayes) (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 24 of 56

Heather Holmes (Kenda-Tomac-Hayes) on a twisty descent

Heather Holmes (Kenda-Tomac-Hayes) on a twisty descent (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 25 of 56

Krista Park (Sho-Air/Specialized) way behind her saddle

Krista Park (Sho-Air/Specialized) way behind her saddle (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 26 of 56

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) leading on lap four

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) leading on lap four (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 27 of 56

Willow Koerber (Gary Fisher/Subaru) chasing Pendrel on the last lap

Willow Koerber (Gary Fisher/Subaru) chasing Pendrel on the last lap (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 28 of 56

Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) riding third

Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) riding third (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 29 of 56

Lea Davison (Team Maxxis- Rocky Mountain) riding sixth

Lea Davison (Team Maxxis- Rocky Mountain) riding sixth (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 30 of 56

U.S. Champion Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) descending towards the tech zone.

U.S. Champion Heather Irmiger (Gary Fisher/Subaru) descending towards the tech zone. (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 31 of 56

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) wins her third straight Pro XCT

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) wins her third straight Pro XCT (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 32 of 56

Willow Koerber (Gary Fisher/Subaru) is happy with her second place finish

Willow Koerber (Gary Fisher/Subaru) is happy with her second place finish (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 33 of 56

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) and her full-suspension Orbea

Catherine Pendrel (Luna Women's MTB) and her full-suspension Orbea (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 34 of 56

Cross Country Podium winners- (L to Right) back row- Sid Taberlay, Todd Wells, Heather Irmiger, Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski; front row-Geoff Kabush, Catherine Pendrel, Mary McConneloug, Willow Koerber, Sam Schultz, Georgia Gould

Cross Country Podium winners- (L to Right) back row- Sid Taberlay, Todd Wells, Heather Irmiger, Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski; front row-Geoff Kabush, Catherine Pendrel, Mary McConneloug, Willow Koerber, Sam Schultz, Georgia Gould (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 35 of 56

Women's Podium (L to R) Georgia Gould 4th, Wilow Koerber 2nd, Catherine Pendrel 1st, Heather Irmiger 3rd, Mary McConneloug 5th

Women's Podium (L to R) Georgia Gould 4th, Wilow Koerber 2nd, Catherine Pendrel 1st, Heather Irmiger 3rd, Mary McConneloug 5th (Image credit: Dave McElwaine/trailwatch.net)
Image 36 of 56

Marga Fullana still leads the UCI World Cup.

Marga Fullana still leads the UCI World Cup. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 37 of 56

Marie-Helene Premont was the early leader.

Marie-Helene Premont was the early leader. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 38 of 56

Margarita Fullana and Irina Kalentieva chase.

Margarita Fullana and Irina Kalentieva chase. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 39 of 56

Catharine Pendrel took the lead on lap one after Marie-Helene Premont's flat.

Catharine Pendrel took the lead on lap one after Marie-Helene Premont's flat. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 40 of 56

Aleksandra Dawidowicz was the Under 23 winner.

Aleksandra Dawidowicz was the Under 23 winner. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 41 of 56

Lene Byberg had a slow start and steadily moved up.

Lene Byberg had a slow start and steadily moved up. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 42 of 56

Emily Batty ahead of an Australian rider.

Emily Batty ahead of an Australian rider. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 43 of 56

Amanda Sin and Katie Compton battle for position.

Amanda Sin and Katie Compton battle for position. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 44 of 56

Maja Wloszczowska riding alone.

Maja Wloszczowska riding alone. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 45 of 56

Irina Kalentieva rides in the dark forest.

Irina Kalentieva rides in the dark forest. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 46 of 56

Marie-Helene Premont had two mechanicals during the race.

Marie-Helene Premont had two mechanicals during the race. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 47 of 56

Georgia Gould rides alone on the single track.

Georgia Gould rides alone on the single track. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 48 of 56

Heather Irmiger grits her teeth on the dark, muddy path.

Heather Irmiger grits her teeth on the dark, muddy path. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 49 of 56

Even lightly tinted glasses were too much for Mary McConneloug on this section of the track.

Even lightly tinted glasses were too much for Mary McConneloug on this section of the track. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 50 of 56

Katerina Nash on a ballsy descent.

Katerina Nash on a ballsy descent. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 51 of 56

Elisabeth Osl

Elisabeth Osl (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 52 of 56

Catharine Pendrel celebrates her victory.

Catharine Pendrel celebrates her victory. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 53 of 56

Marie-Helene Premont's bike was a little muddy after the race.

Marie-Helene Premont's bike was a little muddy after the race. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 54 of 56

Team-mates Catharine Pendrel and Katerina Nash on the podium.

Team-mates Catharine Pendrel and Katerina Nash on the podium. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 55 of 56

Catharine Pendrel celebrates her victory.

Catharine Pendrel celebrates her victory. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)
Image 56 of 56

Podium celebrations with the top five riders.

Podium celebrations with the top five riders. (Image credit: Tour of Japan)

Canadian National Champion Catharine Pendrel (Luna Pro Team) claimed the second World Cup victory of her career in the fifth round of the Mountain World Cup at Mont Ste Anne, Quebec.

Pendrel was very pleased with her win, especially considering her crash and other aspects of the race. “It was a great day. I was a little worried at the start. I didn't start as fast as I wanted to. I was a bit behind in the first singletrack,” she said. “It was all single-file. Luckily the girls that were at the front didn't string too far ahead. I was able to use the climbs and the fitness sections to bridge up.

“Once I saw the front I wanted to hang onto it and make as few mistakes as possible,” added Pendrel. “I took the lead from Marie-Helene at the end of the first lap, just before the switch backing climb. The rain made things very slick and the degree of technical difficulty was high but I got better every lap.”

The track is brand new and much more technical in nature than seen here previously. Many of the professionals described it as the most technically demanding course on the World Cup circuit.

Making things even more interesting was the weather, with rain starting to fall 10 minutes before the start of the women's race. With the forecast being so poor well in advance of the race, the organizers added a "chicken run" on the now infamous new rocky descent. The technical nature of this section attracted a huge crowd of spectators waiting to cheer on both clean rides and crashes.

The women's World Cup was four laps of the 5.7 kilometre course. In an approach that hasn't been seen here in recent memory there was no start loop. This mandated a lightning fast start to be the first into the singletrack in the woods after the opening fire road climb.

Up the climb it was Katrin Leumann and Willow Koerber (Subaru-Gary Fisher) in the lead followed by World Cup leader Marga Fullana (Massi). The climb didn't do much to separate the pack and they entered the first section of woods en masse.

Out of the woods Marie-Helene Premont (Maxxis-Rocky Mountain), the perennial home-town favourite and defending champion, gained an eight second lead on Fullana, followed by Irina Kalentieva (Topeak Ergon), Heather Irmiger (Subaru-Gary Fisher), Elisabeth Osl (Central Ghost) and Willow Koerber (Subaru-Gary Fisher). Pendrel was sitting 10th.

By the end of the lap Pendrel had taken the lead, followed by Premont, Kalentieva and Koerber together at seven seconds. The first lap was completed in 23:11.

Pendrel steadily increased her lead on Kalentieva and Koerber in lap two, followed closely by Nash, and then Premont. Fullana was in 14th and having real difficulty on the technical sections. Much to the disappointment of the partisan crowd, Premont had had a flat towards the end of the first lap, and then ran into suspension problems, dropping her out of the top-10.

Although Pendrel had the lead she was also showing the signs of a crash on the rocky descent, mainly an abrasion on her chin. By the time she reached this spot on the third lap she was opting for the chicken route.

On the final lap Pendrel was in cruise control, looking very comfortable in the lead. Nash was still in second place, but Kalentieva was catching her, and would pass to take the silver medal. Lene Byberg (Specialized) had worked her way up from a poor start to overtake a fading Koerber for fourth, while Koerber managed to hang on for the final podium spot.

Premont was philosophical with her placing. “It wasn't the best day for me,” she said. “I was feeling good on the first lap. I had a rear flat tire and I had to stop and change it, and then I had to come back. It just wasn't the best day for me. I would have liked to win here at Mont Ste Anne, but that's life. My fitness was better than it was at Nationals, but still not as good as I had hoped for.”

In the women's Under 23 category the winner was Aleksandra Dawidowicz, finishing ninth overall. With her win she took over the series points lead. Emily Batty was the second place U23, standing fourth.

After this round Fullana remains the World Cup Points leader, but has lost ground to four riders including Pendrel who moved up to fourth from fifth. Osl remains in second with Kalentieva in third.

Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Catharine Pendrel (Can) Luna Pro Team1:37:42
2Irina Kalentieva (Rus) Topeak Ergon Racing Team0:01:31
3Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Pro Team0:01:49
4Lene Byberg (Nor) Specialized Factory Racing0:02:09
5Willow Koerber (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher0:02:26
6Elisabeth Osl (Aut) Central Ghost Pro Team0:03:09
7Georgia Gould (USA) Luna Pro Team0:03:15
8Maja Wloszczowska (Pol) CCC Polkowice0:03:28
9Aleksandra Dawidowicz* (Pol) CCC Polkowice0:04:01
10Marie-Helene Premont (Can) Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain Bicycles0:05:24
11Cécile Rode Ravanel (Fra) Lapierre International0:06:14
12Anna Szafraniec (Pol) JBG-2 Professional MTB Team0:06:49
13Lea Davison (USA) Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain Bicycles0:07:22
14Laura Metzler (Fra) BH-Suntour0:08:13
15Emiliy Batty* (Can)0:09:31
16Sabrina Enaux (Fra) BH-Suntour0:09:38
17Tereza Hurikova* (Cze) Ceska Sporitelna MTB0:10:11
18Mary Mcconneloug (USA)0:10:49
19Magdalena Sadlecka (Pol) CCC Polkowice0:11:19
20Katrin Leumann (Swi)0:11:45
21Heather Irmiger (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher0:11:53
22Margarita Fullana Riera (Spa) Massi0:13:01
23Mical Dyck (Can)0:13:05
24Adelheid Morath (Ger)0:13:22
25Caroline Mani* (Fra) Team Bikepark.Ch0:13:33
26Rowena Fry (Aus) Discovertasmania.Com0:14:09
27Julie Krasniak* (Fra)0:14:17
28Laura Turpijn (Ned)0:15:15
29Hanna Klein* (Ger)0:15:45
30Katherine O'shea (Aus) Torq Performance Nutrition0:15:51
31Kelli Emmett (USA) Giant Mountain Bike Team Gmt0:15:57
32Amanda Sin (Can)0:16:01
33Nicola Leary (NZl)0:16:21
34Suzanne Clarke (GBr)0:17:33
35Fanny Bourdon* (Fra)0:18:48
36Sandra Walter (Can)0:19:17
37Helene Marcouyre (Fra) BH-Suntour0:19:42
38Chloe Forsman* (USA) Luna Pro Team0:20:21
39Marie-Claude * Surprenant (Can)0:20:29
40Joanna Wall (Aus) Torq Performance Nutrition0:21:25
41Caroline Villeneuve (Can)0:22:07
42Joanna Harrington (Aus)0:23:46
43Zoe King (Aus)0:24:25
44Kate Potter (Aus)0:25:03
45Daniela Campuzano (Mex)0:26:07
46Josiane Mathieu (Can)0:26:17
47Kathleen Villeneuve (Can)0:32:11
-1lapKarine Travaillaud (Can)
-1lapGracie Elvin* (Aus) Discovertasmania.Com
-1lapCindy Montambault (Can)
-1lapAnna Oberparleiter* (Ita)
-1lapStephanie Lacoursiere* (Can)
-1lapRebecca Beaumont* (Can)
-1lapTherese Rhodes* (Aus)
-1lapJeanette Gerrie (NZl)
DNFKatherine Compton (USA)
DNFTory Thomas (Aus) Torq Performance Nutrition
DNFMikaela Kofman* (Can)

Teams
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Luna Pro Team96pts
2CCC Polkowice57
3Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain Bicycles39
4Subaru-Gary Fisher38
5Topeak Ergon Racing Team35
6BH-Suntour32
7Specialized Factory Racing30
8Central Ghost Pro Team26
9Lapierre International20
10JBG-2 Professional MTB Team19
11Ceska Sporitelna MTB14
12Massi9
13Team Bikepark.ch6
14Discovertasmania.com5
15Torq Performance Nutrition1

World Cup standings after five events
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Margarita Fullana Riera (Spa) Massi912pts
2Elisabeth Osl (Aut) Central Ghost Pro Team790
3Irina Kalentieva (Rus) Topeak Ergon Racing Team740
4Catharine Pendrel (Can) Luna Pro Team720
5Lene Byberg (Nor) Specialized Factory Racing715
6Marie-Helene Premont (Can) Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain Bicycles503
7Willow Koerber (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher492
8Sabine Spitz (Ger) Central Ghost Pro Team470
9Maja Wloszczowska (Pol) CCC Polkowice464
10Eva Lechner (Ita) Colnago Cap Arreghini436
11Chengyuan Ren (Chn)410
12Katrin Leumann (Swi)404
13Mary Mcconneloug (USA)384
14Georgia Gould (USA) Luna Pro Team373
15Petra Henzi (Swi) Fischer-BMC349
16Anna Szafraniec (Pol) JBG-2 Professional MTB Team336
17Heather Irmiger (USA) Subaru-Gary Fisher328
18Aleksandra Dawidowicz* (Pol) CCC Polkowice326
19Cécile Rode Ravanel (Fra) Lapierre International320
20Adelheid Morath (Ger)307
21Laura Turpijn (Ned)294
22Rowena Fry (Aus) Discovertasmania.com288
23Caroline Mani* (Fra) Team Bikepark.ch284
24Julie Bresset* (Fra) Breiz Mountain260
25Emiliy Batty* (Can)251
26Janka Stevkova (Svk)249
27Nathalie Schneitter (Swi) Colnago Cap Arreghini242
28Marielle Saner-Guinchard (Swi) Team Bikepark.ch234
29Magdalena Sadlecka (Pol) CCC Polkowice230
30Sabrina Enaux (Fra) BH-Suntour217
31Julie Krasniak* (Fra)196
32Blaza Klemencic (Slo) Felt International MTB Team188
33Helene Marcouyre (Fra) BH-Suntour183
34Lea Davison (USA) Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain Bicycles182
35Laura Metzler (Fra) BH-Suntour179
36Anna Villar Argente (Spa) Massi177
37Hanna Klein* (Ger)166
38Katerina Nash (Cze) Luna Pro Team160
39Kate Potter (Aus)147
40Alexandra Engen* (Swe)131
41Tereza Hurikova* (Cze) Ceska Sporitelna MTB130
42Esther Süss (Swi)130
43Ivonne Kraft (Ger)127
44Katherine O'shea (Aus) Torq Performance Nutrition117
45Githa Michiels (Bel) Team Saeco116
46Amanda Sin (Can)101
47Mical Dyck (Can)99
48Vera Andreeva* (Rus)97
49Barbara Benko* (Hun)96
50Gracie Elvin* (Aus) Discovertasmania.com94
51Vivianne * Meyer (Swi) Colnago Cap Arreghini94
52Anja Gradl (Ger) Central Ghost Pro Team90
53Maria Osl (Aut) Fischer-BMC73
54Yolande Speedy (RSA)64
55Fanny Bourdon* (Fra)62
56Tanja Zakelj* (Slo) MBK Orbea62
57Suzanne Clarke (GBr)53
58Fiona Macdermid (GBr)52
59Rosara Joseph (NZl)49
60Kelli Emmett (USA) Giant Mountain Bike Team44
61Maaike Polspoel* (Bel)44
62Nataliya Krompets* (Ukr)43
63Virginie Pointet* (Swi) Team Bikepark.ch42
64Nicola Leary (NZl)40
65Kathrin Stirnemann* (Swi)39
66Evelyn Staffler (Ita) Colnago Cap Arreghini38
67Sandra Santanyes Murillo (Spa) Cemelorca-Trek-Lorca Taller Del Tiempo38
68Oksana Rybakova (Rus)37
69Melanie Spath (Ger)36
70Sandra Walter (Can)34
71Inbar Ronen (Isr)34
72Chloe Forsman* (USA) Luna Pro Team30
73Jean Ann Mckirdy (Can)30
74Marie-Claude Surprenant* (Can)29
75Tania Raats (RSA)29
76Joanna Wall (Aus) Torq Performance Nutrition28
77Cristina Mascarreras Sabria (Spa) Conor - Camping La Siesta28
78Sara Muhl (RSA)28
79Caroline Villeneuve (Can)27
80Kajsa Snihs* (Swe)27
81Shawna Thunder (RSA)27
82Joanna Harrington (Aus)26
83Janneke Leask* (RSA)26
84Zoe King (Aus)25
85Heletje Van Staden* (Nam)25
86Asa Maria Erlandsson (Swe) Subaru-Gary Fisher24
87Hilana Marais (RSA)24
88Daniela Campuzano (Mex)23
89Kristien Nelen (Bel)23
90Josiane Mathieu (Can)22
91Carmen Bassingthwaighte (Nam)22
92Kathleen Villeneuve (Can)21
93Judith Pollinger* (Ita) Sunshine Racers ASV Nals21
94Carla Freysen (RSA)21
95Karine Travaillaud (Can)20
96Stephanie Wiedner* (Aut) DS-Rennsport20
97Katrin Schwing (Ger)19
98Cindy Montambault (Can)18
99Anna Oberparleiter* (Ita)17
100Christel Ferrier-Bruneau (Fra) Team Scott Valloire Galibier17
101Stephanie Lacoursiere* (Can)16
102Rebecca Beaumont* (Can)15
103Elisabeth Brandau (Ger)15
104Therese Rhodes* (Aus)14
105Camille Pousse* (Fra)14
106Jeanette Gerrie (NZl)13
107Nadine Rieder* (Ger) Fumic.Brothers.International13
108Silke Schmidt* (Ger)13
109Laure Boulay (Fra) Keops12
110Joana Barbosa* (Por)11
111Coralie Redelsperger (Fra)11
112Catherine Lohri (Swi)10
113Sarka Chmurova (Cze)10
114Tatjana Dold (Ger)10
115Elena Ondasova (Svk)9

World Cup team standings
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Central Ghost Pro Team253pts
2Luna Pro Team241
3CCC Polkowice182
4Massi163
5Specialized Factory Racing145
6Topeak Ergon Racing Team142
7Subaru-Gary Fisher140
8Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain Bicycles127
9Colnago Cap Arreghini124
10Fischer-BMC76
11JBG-2 Professional MTB Team74
12Team Bikepark.ch71
13BH-Suntour54
14Lapierre International47
15Breiz Mountain42
16Discovertasmania.com37
17Felt International MTB Team28
18Ceska Sporitelna MTB21
19Team Saeco10
20Torq Performance Nutrition1

 

Latest on Cyclingnews