Elliott victorious in Toronto

Natasha Elliott (Garneau Club Chausseurs) bolstered her resume by claiming a fifth season victory at the Toronto International Cyclo-Cross round one held at the Centennial Park in Etobicoke, Canada. The rising star soloed in nearly 45 seconds ahead of Planet Bike duo Linda Sone and Kristin Wentworth.

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Full results
1Natasha Elliott (Can) Garneau Club Chausseurs0:42:09
2Linda Sone (USA) Planet Bike0:01:13
3Kristin Wentworth (USA) Planet Bike0:01:20
4Kaitlin Antonneau (USA) Planet Bike0:01:33
5Pepper Harlton (Can) Juventus Cycling Club0:01:43
6Sarah Stewart (Can) Total Restoration0:01:53
7Gesa Bruechmann (Ger) Stevens Racing Team0:01:55
8Sara Bresnick-Zocchi (USA) Pedalpowercoaching.Com/ Landry0:02:25
9Joele Guynup (USA) Island Racing Club0:02:50
10Linnea Koons (USA) October Factory Racing0:02:57
11Melissa Bunn (Can) The Hub Race Team0:03:09
12Anna Young (USA) Pioneer Racing0:03:43
13Marne Smiley (USA) Scott Bikes0:04:40
14Vicki Thomas (Can) Ottawa Cross0:04:56
15Rachel Mirvish (Can) Hb Cycling Club0:05:30
16Kate Harris (Can) October Factory Racing0:06:35
17Sarah Coney (Can) Ride With Rendall0:06:57
18Lesley Chown (Can) Nickel City Cyclists0:10:27
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Lapped
19Emily Fisher (Can) Cycle Solutions/Angry Johnny’S
20Justine Robidoux (Can)

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