UCI Gravel World Series – Solo wins for Karolina Migon and Olivier Godfroid at Gravel Suisse

Trek Segafredos Dutch rider Ellen Van Dijk L and SD Worxs Swiss rider Marlen Reusser R ride on a gravel path in the 4th stage of the new edition of the Womens Tour de France cycling race 1268 km between Troyes and BarsurAube eastern France on July 27 2022 Photo by JEFF PACHOUD AFP Photo by JEFF PACHOUDAFP via Getty Images
UCI level gravel has gone from the occasional road race add in (pictured here in the 2022 Tour de France Femmes) to its own series, with Gravel Suisse one of the latest additions (Image credit: Getty Images)

Karolina Migon (PAS Racing) and Olivier Godfroid (Baloise Trek Lions) both rode over the line solo to take victory at new UCI Gravel World Series race, Gravel Suisse.

The Traka 360 and La Indomable winner came over the line ahead of 2023 Unbound victor Carolin Schiff (Canyon CLLCTV) and Annabel Fisher (Ridley x Classified), with Migon taking off on the last ascent.

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Elite men's top 10
1Olivier Godfroid (Baloise Trek Lions)3:32:21
2Petr Vakoc (Canyon Integray L27)+1:25
3Martin Stosek (Canyon Sidi) +2:13
4Frans Claes (Humanpwr-Pure Cycling)+3:09
5Daan Grosemans (Classified x Ridley)+3:22
6Seppe Rombouts (PAS Racing)+5:03
7Marc Stutzmann (Canyon Sidi)+5:07
8Jasper Ockeloen+6:10
9Christian Kreuchler (PAS Racing)+6:41
10Adne Koster (NWVG/Giant Store Assen)+7:17
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Elite women's top 10
1Karolina Migon (PAS Racing)4:09:26
2Carolin Schiff (Canyon CLLCTV)+1:12
3Annabel Fisher (Ridley x Classified+2:57
4Jade Treffeisen (Canyon CLLCTV)+11:02
5Stefanie Walter (Canyon Sidi)+11:07
6Maude Farrell (PAS Racing)+18:59
7Amelia Mitchell (Ribble Collective)+22:37
8Sofia Schugar+25:50
9Noelle Ingold (Disco Cycle)+28:06
10Kim Knaeps (Gravelbike)+38:34

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