UCI Gravel World Series – Victory for Florian Dauphin and Carolin Schiff at France's Wish One

Carolin Schiff on her way to victory at 2024 The Traka 200
Carolin Schiff on her last way to victory at The Traka 200, her last win before Wish One (Image credit: ©The Traka | ©Gravel Earth Series | ©Nils Laengner)

Florian Dauphin (Arkéa-B&B Hotels) and Carolin Schiff (Canyon CLLCTV) won the French round of the Trek UCI Gravel World Series, Wish One Millau Grands Causses, on Sunday.

In the women's race it was a battle to the line between the last two winners of the Unbound Gravel 200, with defending champion Schiff winning the dash in Millau to finish one second ahead of Rosa Klöser (MAAP-Rose) while French rider Axelle Dubau-Prévot came third.

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Women's elite top 5
1Carolin Schiff5:06:40
2Rosa Klöser5:06:41
3Axelle Dubau-Prévot5:07:30
4Jade Treffeisen5:16:12
5Jennifer Tave5:27:13
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Men's elite top 5
1Florian Dauphin4:25:26
2Alexandre Delettre4:25:26
3Tiago Ferreira 4:25:26
4Toby Perry4:25:36
5Maël Guégan4:26:01

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