Worst wins Superprestige Diegem women's race

Annemarie Worst out-kicked Dutch compatriot Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado Sunday in Diegem, Belgium, to take the sixth round of the Telenet Superprestige series.

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Full Results
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Annemarie Worst (Ned) 777 0:43:18
2Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado (Ned) Corendon - Circus
3Yara Kastelijn (Ned) 777 0:00:08
4Inge Van der Heijden (Ned) Ccc - Liv 0:00:39
5Puck Pieterse (Ned) 0:01:05
6Alice Maria Arzuffi (Ita) 777 0:01:07
7Kata Blanka Vas (Hun) 0:01:12
8Sanne Cant (Bel) Iko – Crelan 0:01:15
9Eva Lechner (Ita) Creafin – Fristads 0:01:23
10Maghalie Rochette (Can) 0:01:37
11Ellen Van Loy (Bel) Telenet Baloise Lions 0:01:49
12Maud Kaptheijns (Ned) Pauwels Sauzen – Bingoal 0:01:53
13Evie Richards (GBr) Trek Factory Racing Cx 0:01:56
14Katherine Compton (USA) 0:02:02
15Aniek Van Alphen (Ned) 0:02:14
16Shirin Van Anrooij (Ned) 0:02:22
17Anna Kay (GBr) Experza pro Cx 0:02:28
18Pauline Ferrand Prevot (Fra) 0:03:05
19Clara Honsinger (USA)
20Manon Bakker (Ned) Experza pro Cx 0:03:13
21Madigan Munro (USA) 0:03:26
22Francesca Baroni (Ita) Selle Italia - Guerciotti - Elite 0:03:40
23Ffion James (GBr) 0:03:41
24Nadja Heigl (Aut) Ktm Alchemist Racing Team 0:03:46
25Nikola Bajgerová (Cze) 0:03:52
26Lindy Van Anrooij (Ned) 0:03:58
27Marthe Truyen (Bel) Telenet Baloise Lions 0:04:03
28Samantha Runnels (USA) 0:04:04
29Raylyn Nuss (USA) 0:04:13
30Noemi Rüegg (Swi) 0:04:15
31Zina Barhoumi (Swi) 0:04:16
32Lizzy Gunsalus (USA) 0:04:30
33Letizia Borghesi (Ita) 0:04:42
34Hannah Arensman (USA) 0:05:01
35Camille Devi (Fra) 0:05:15
36Mari-Liis Mõttus (Est) 0:05:19
37Marie Schreiber (Lux) 0:05:27
38Katie Scott (GBr) 0:05:46
39Ruby West (Can) 0:05:55
40Ishbel Strathdee (GBr) 0:06:06
41Pauline Delhaye (Fra) 0:06:07
42Sophie Thackray (GBr) 0:06:08
43Laura Porhel (Fra) 0:06:13
44Lise Van Wunsel (Bel)
45Sara Cueto Vega (Spa) 0:06:17
46Maddie Wadsworth (GBr) 0:06:20
47Cyriane Muller (Fra) 0:06:22
48Amy Perryman (GBr)
49Famke Van Waterschoot (Ned) 0:06:28
50Camille Benoit Guyod (Fra) 0:06:33
51Tessa Zwaenepoel (Bel) 0:06:42
52Clea Seidel (Ger) 0:06:49
53Michaela Thompson (USA) 0:06:58
54Giada Borghesi (Ita) 0:07:03
55Corey Coogan Cisek (USA) 0:07:12
56Louise Moullec (Fra) 0:07:24
57Didi De Vries (Ned)
58Lauren Zoerner (USA) 0:07:37
59Janine Schneider (Ger) 0:07:40
60Emily Werner (USA)
61Mélissa Rouiller (Swi)
62Abby-Mae Parkinson (GBr) Trinity Racing
63Lucia Bramati (Ita)
64Emily Ashwood (GBr)
65Kelly Lawson (Can)
66Claire Steciuk (Can)
67Eleanor Dyas (USA)
68Siobhan Kelly (Can)
69Aurelie Vermeir (Bel)
70Ruby Miller (GBr)
71Laura Greenhalgh (GBr)
72Marie Lynn (GBr)
73Lotta Mansfield (GBr)
74Chloe Hinchliffe (GBr)
75Skylar Bovine (USA)
76Roisin Lally (Irl)
77Maïté Barthels (Lux)
78Rebecca Gross (USA)
79Michelle Geoghegan (Irl)
80Nathalie Verschelden (Bel)
81Harley Pell (GBr)
82Ryley Mosher (USA)
83Lily Young (GBr)
84Cambrie Epperson (USA)
85Jo Blanchaert (Bel)
DNFLaura Verdonschot (Bel) Pauwels Sauzen – Bingoal
DNFLaura Poulissen (Bel)
DNFAdeline Moreau (Bel)
DNFMarion Norbert Riberolle (Fra) Experza pro Cx
DNFAbbie Manley (GBr)

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