Loes Adegeest wins elite women's Esport World Championships

ROOSENDAAL, NETHERLANDS - SEPTEMBER 02: Loes Adegeest of Netherlands and National Team Netherlands / during the 21st Boels Rental Ladies Tour 2018, Stage 6 a 18,6km Individual Time Trial stage from Roosendaal to Roosendaal / BLR / on September 2, 2018 in Roosendaal, Netherlands. (Photo by Luc Claessen/Getty Images)
Loes Adegeest (Netherlands) (Image credit: Getty Images)

Loes Adegeest (Netherlands) won the elite women's world title in the second edition of the UCI Esport World Championships on Saturday. The Dutch rider finished the 55km course in a winning time of 1:23 beating runner-up Cecilia Hansen (Sweden) and third placed Zoe Langham (Great Britain) by just two seconds.

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Brief Results
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Loes Adegeest (Netherlands) 1:23:19
2Cecilia Hansen (Sweden) 0:00:02
3Zoe Langham (Great Britain)
4Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (South Africa) 0:00:10
5Liz Van Houweling (United States) 0:00:14
6Mary Wilkinson (Great Britain) 0:00:16
7Emma Belfort (Norway)
8Courtney Nelson (United States) 0:00:17
9Jacquie Godbe (United States)
10Caroline Bohe (Denmark)

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