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Brilliant Bronzini snatches gold for Italy

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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) was a proud Italian today.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) was a proud Italian today. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) celebrates as she crosses the line.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) celebrates as she crosses the line. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The Italians celebrate with Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) on the podium

The Italians celebrate with Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) on the podium (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) was too strong in the end.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) was too strong in the end. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Yulia Martisova (Russia) fights hard on the climb as the race speed picked up.

Yulia Martisova (Russia) fights hard on the climb as the race speed picked up. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Nicole Cooke (Great Britain) works hard to stay in touch.

Nicole Cooke (Great Britain) works hard to stay in touch. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Noemi Cantele (Italy) chasses after Emma Pooley.

Noemi Cantele (Italy) chasses after Emma Pooley. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Emma Pooley (Great Britain) went on her own with two laps to go.

Emma Pooley (Great Britain) went on her own with two laps to go. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) celebrates her amazing victory.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) celebrates her amazing victory. (Image credit: Riccardo Scanferla)
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The peloton races up the first climb.

The peloton races up the first climb. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Katheryn Mattis (United States)

Katheryn Mattis (United States) (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Olga Zabelinskaya (Russia) pushes the pace in chase of Mattis.

Olga Zabelinskaya (Russia) pushes the pace in chase of Mattis. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Katheryn Mattis (United States) attacks up the climb.

Katheryn Mattis (United States) attacks up the climb. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Kathryn Bertine (Saint Kitts and Nevis) was dropped but was still cheered on by the crowd.

Kathryn Bertine (Saint Kitts and Nevis) was dropped but was still cheered on by the crowd. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The peloton was still in tact on the second lap as it made its way up the second climb.

The peloton was still in tact on the second lap as it made its way up the second climb. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The peloton makes its way under blue skies.

The peloton makes its way under blue skies. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The place getters on the podium.

The place getters on the podium. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The medallists in 2010 - Marianne Vos (Netherlands), Giorgia Bronzini (Italy), Emma Johansson (Sweden) on the podium

The medallists in 2010 - Marianne Vos (Netherlands), Giorgia Bronzini (Italy), Emma Johansson (Sweden) on the podium (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Italian, Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) stands on the top step of the podium, she now has track and world rainbow stripes.

Italian, Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) stands on the top step of the podium, she now has track and world rainbow stripes. (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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World Road Champion, 2010, Giorgia Bronzini is congratulated by teammate, Elena Berlato (Italy)

World Road Champion, 2010, Giorgia Bronzini is congratulated by teammate, Elena Berlato (Italy) (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) claims the 2010 Road World Championships ahead of Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and Emma Johansson (Sweden).

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) claims the 2010 Road World Championships ahead of Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and Emma Johansson (Sweden). (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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The race came down to a sprint - launched by Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and Nicole Cooke (Great Britain)

The race came down to a sprint - launched by Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and Nicole Cooke (Great Britain) (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Noemi Cantele (Italy) accelerated and caused pain in the bunch on the second climb, up Queens Park Road

Noemi Cantele (Italy) accelerated and caused pain in the bunch on the second climb, up Queens Park Road (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) climbs comfortably

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) climbs comfortably (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Previous Champion, Nicole Cooke (Great Britain) was fourth

Previous Champion, Nicole Cooke (Great Britain) was fourth (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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The climb of Challambra decimated the bunch

The climb of Challambra decimated the bunch (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Kath Mattis (United States) claimed the Tissot Timing prize for the longest breakaway in the race

Kath Mattis (United States) claimed the Tissot Timing prize for the longest breakaway in the race (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Emma Johansson (Sweden) climbs in the bunch

Emma Johansson (Sweden) climbs in the bunch (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Outgoing Champion, Tatiana Guderzo (Italy) in the bunch

Outgoing Champion, Tatiana Guderzo (Italy) in the bunch (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Tiffany Cromwell (Australia) chased Kath Mattis as the race ran aloingside the river

Tiffany Cromwell (Australia) chased Kath Mattis as the race ran aloingside the river (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Olga Zabelinskaya (Russia) chased Kath Mattis on her own for a while

Olga Zabelinskaya (Russia) chased Kath Mattis on her own for a while (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Kath Mattis (United States) made a solo break just after the summit of start / finish street, Moorabool Street

Kath Mattis (United States) made a solo break just after the summit of start / finish street, Moorabool Street (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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The climb of Challambra brought the major teams to the front

The climb of Challambra brought the major teams to the front (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Trendy Packington Street was full of fans

Trendy Packington Street was full of fans (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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The bunch climbs on the sunny streets of Geelong

The bunch climbs on the sunny streets of Geelong (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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Italy carried so much emotion in this road race - a message to Marina Romoli, seriously injured earlier in the year and with Franco Ballerini's memory in their hearts too

Italy carried so much emotion in this road race - a message to Marina Romoli, seriously injured earlier in the year and with Franco Ballerini's memory in their hearts too (Image credit: CJ Farquharson)
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The Italian squad has a chat to set its plan for the race.

The Italian squad has a chat to set its plan for the race. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) celebrates on the podium.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) celebrates on the podium. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) was too quick in the finale.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) was too quick in the finale. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) realises she's the world champion.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) realises she's the world champion. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Hands up: Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) was a dominant sprint winner.

Hands up: Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) was a dominant sprint winner. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) crosses the line.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) crosses the line. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) beats Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and Emma Johansson (Sweden) to take the world title in Geelong.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) beats Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and Emma Johansson (Sweden) to take the world title in Geelong. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) gets to the line first to take the world championships road race in Geelong.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) gets to the line first to take the world championships road race in Geelong. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) passes Marianne Vos (Netherlands) in the final metres.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) passes Marianne Vos (Netherlands) in the final metres. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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The Italian team with world champion Giorgia Bronzini (Italy).

The Italian team with world champion Giorgia Bronzini (Italy). (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) won a fantastic sprint.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) won a fantastic sprint. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) couldn't hide her delight on winning.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) couldn't hide her delight on winning. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Italian delight: Noemi Cantele congratulates Giorgia Bronzini after the finish

Italian delight: Noemi Cantele congratulates Giorgia Bronzini after the finish (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Gold standard: Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) took a fine win.

Gold standard: Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) took a fine win. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini thanks Italian teammate Tatiana Guderzo after the finish.

Giorgia Bronzini thanks Italian teammate Tatiana Guderzo after the finish. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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The women's road race podium:( L-R) Marianne Vos (Netherlands), Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) and Emma Johansson (Sweden)

The women's road race podium:( L-R) Marianne Vos (Netherlands), Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) and Emma Johansson (Sweden) (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini's Italian teammates salute her victory.

Giorgia Bronzini's Italian teammates salute her victory. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and Emma Johansson (Sweden) couldn't top Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) on the day.

Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and Emma Johansson (Sweden) couldn't top Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) on the day. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) timed her effort to perfection.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) timed her effort to perfection. (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) wins the uphill sprint ahead of Marianne Vos (Netherlands), Emma Johansson (Sweden) and Nicole Cooke (Great Britain).

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) wins the uphill sprint ahead of Marianne Vos (Netherlands), Emma Johansson (Sweden) and Nicole Cooke (Great Britain). (Image credit: Luca Bettini)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) takes her second world title Down Under.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) takes her second world title Down Under. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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It's mine: Giorgia Bronzini from Italy takes out the 2010 Women's World Road Race Championship in Geelong.

It's mine: Giorgia Bronzini from Italy takes out the 2010 Women's World Road Race Championship in Geelong. (Image credit: Shane Goss/licoricegallery.com)
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The peloton in the women's road race speed down the esplanade in Geelong.

The peloton in the women's road race speed down the esplanade in Geelong. (Image credit: Shane Goss/licoricegallery.com)
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The peloton in the women's road race string out along the Geelong esplanade at the 2010 UCI Road World Cycling Championships.

The peloton in the women's road race string out along the Geelong esplanade at the 2010 UCI Road World Cycling Championships. (Image credit: Shane Goss/licoricegallery.com)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) is escorted to the mix zone after her thrilling win in the women's road race.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) is escorted to the mix zone after her thrilling win in the women's road race. (Image credit: Shane Goss/licoricegallery.com)
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Giorgia Bronzini is congratulated by one of her hard working Italian teammates after he win in Geelong.

Giorgia Bronzini is congratulated by one of her hard working Italian teammates after he win in Geelong. (Image credit: Shane Goss/licoricegallery.com)
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Gold is mine: Italy's Giorgia Bronzini punches the air in delight after winning the 2010 Women's World Road Race Championship in Geelong.

Gold is mine: Italy's Giorgia Bronzini punches the air in delight after winning the 2010 Women's World Road Race Championship in Geelong. (Image credit: Shane Goss/licoricegallery.com)
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Some fans put in the extra effort to get a view of racing here in Geelong.

Some fans put in the extra effort to get a view of racing here in Geelong. (Image credit: Shane Goss/licoricegallery.com)
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The peloton corner into the home straight in Moorabool Street during the women's road race.

The peloton corner into the home straight in Moorabool Street during the women's road race. (Image credit: Shane Goss/licoricegallery.com)
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Riders speed past spectators along the esplanade in Geelong during the 122.7 kilometre women's road race.

Riders speed past spectators along the esplanade in Geelong during the 122.7 kilometre women's road race. (Image credit: Shane Goss/licoricegallery.com)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) gets a taste of gold for a second time.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) gets a taste of gold for a second time. (Image credit: Riccardo Scanferla)
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Podium (L-R): Marianne Vos (Netherlands), Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) and Emma Johannson (Sweden).

Podium (L-R): Marianne Vos (Netherlands), Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) and Emma Johannson (Sweden). (Image credit: Riccardo Scanferla)
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Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) gets held up by her Italian teammates.

Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) gets held up by her Italian teammates. (Image credit: Riccardo Scanferla)
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The riders wait for the flag to drop and racing to start.

The riders wait for the flag to drop and racing to start. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Hot favourite: Nicole Cooke has the ability and team to win today.

Hot favourite: Nicole Cooke has the ability and team to win today. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Judith Arndt (Germany) was all smiles ahead of the race.

Judith Arndt (Germany) was all smiles ahead of the race. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Emma Pooley (Great Britain) has a lot to smile about, with one gold already this week.

Emma Pooley (Great Britain) has a lot to smile about, with one gold already this week. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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One of Australia's riders stick out in the crowd of competitors.

One of Australia's riders stick out in the crowd of competitors. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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The Italian team sends a handy message.

The Italian team sends a handy message. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)
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Great Britain's riders sit around in the shade before the race.

Great Britain's riders sit around in the shade before the race. (Image credit: Mark Gunter)

Giorgia Bronzini took victory for Italy in the women’s road race thanks to a thrilling sprint that saw her pip Marianne Vos (Netherlands) and Emma Johansson (Sweden) at the line. It was a win fraught with emotion and one that Bronzini dedicated to her seriously injured teammate Marina Romoli and to the memory of former men’s national team manager Franco Ballerini.

Bronzini claimed the rainbow jersey after an escape by Nicole Cooke (Great Britain) and Judith Arndt (Germany) faltered in the final 500 metres. As they were caught, the Italian launched an aggressive sprint that saw her best Marianne Vos and Emma Johannson on the uphill surge to the line. It was yet another agonising near miss for Vos, who took her fourth consecutive silver medal in the event.

“I knew that there was only one possibility of beating Vos and that was to wait, wait, wait,” Bronzini said afterwards. “It was the most beautiful sprint of my life. The girls believed in me right to the end even though I suffered a lot on the climb, and I repaid them. We’re great group. We are the best.”

In the closing kilometres, Cooke and Arndt juggled an 11 second lead over a 30-strong chase group but as the duo entered the final uphill straight they realised that they couldn’t wait to launch their sprints against one another inside the final 200 metres. Instead Arndt laid her last card on the table and started sprinting a massive 500 metres from the finish line.

Cooke went immediately after but Johannson, Vos and Bronzini were closing in fast. After being passed Cooke found one last effort and looked to be closing in on the trio, but the race was already Bronzini’s and the race favourite was left to settle for fourth place ahead of Arndt.

The remnants of the peloton finished about five metres behind, where Grace Verbeke (Belgium) took sixth from Trixi Worrack (Germany).

“I asked my teammates to pull back [Cooke and Arndt], but they did not have so much power left,” Bronzini explained at the finish. “So I waited and hoped that someone would start a long sprint and so it turned out."

How it unfolded

The eight lap women's race started conservatively, with the first serious attack coming from American Katheryn Curi Mattis on lap four. Anne Samplonius (Canada) and Valentina Carretta (Italy) set off in pursuit, but were brought back within a lap. Meanwhile, Mattis was steadily opening a significant lead on the peloton, reaching nearly three minutes by the start of lap six.

However, the British and Dutch teams had decided that it was time to up the pace, and the lead began to shrink quickly, with Mattis caught on lap seven. The pace was also shredding the peloton, with only 41 riders left in the main group.

Time trial champion Emma Pooley attacked as Curi Mattis was being reeled in, splitting the field. Defending champion Tatiana Guderzo (Italy) started chasing Pooley, followed by Vos, Arndt and Johansson. The peloton gradually regrouped, but multiple attacks continued to string out the field.

As the race began the last lap, there were fewer than 30 riders remaining at the front, with most of the favourites still in contention. Italy had three riders, the Dutch two, Canada two, Great Britain four and the United States two. Vos lost her last team mate, Van Vleuten, at a critical moment, just as Nicole Cooke attacked.

Cooke was quickly joined by Arndt, and the pair gained ten seconds on a chase group of ten, including Pooley, Tara Whitten (Canada), Guderzo and Johansson. With three kilometres to go the duo were still dangling off the front as the chase group swelled to 20, as riders caught back on after the last climb.

Whitten's team mate Erinne Willock went to the front and drove the chase in the final kilometres, bringing the group back to within 30 metres of the leaders as they entered the final kilometre. Onto the finishing straight Arndt and Cooke were desperately trying to stay clear, but Vos jumped at 250 metres to go, followed by Johansson and Bronzini.

The trio went by Arndt and Cooke with less than 100 metres to the line, with Vos out in front until the final 40 metres, when Bronzini came through on her left to take the victory. Johansson looked to be squeezed into the barrier by Vos, and actually hit her head on a spectator's extended arm that was leaning out to take a photo. Officials reviewed the sprint repeatedly before deciding that Vos had not deviated
from her line but in any case, Bronzini’s superiority was never up for discussion.

“It’s a victory for all the girls on the Italian team,” Bronzini said. “And it’s also a victory for Franco Ballerini and our own Marina Romoli, who is battling to walk again.”

Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Giorgia Bronzini (Italy)3:32:01
2Marianne Vos (Netherlands)
3Emma Johansson (Sweden)
4Nicole Cooke (Great Britain)
5Judith Arndt (Germany)0:00:01
6Grace Verbeke (Belgium)0:00:03
7Trixi Worrack (Germany)
8Rasa Leleivyte (Lithuania)
9Elizabeth Armitstead (Great Britain)
10Carla Swart (South Africa)
11Catherine Cheatley (New Zealand)
12Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli (France)
13Olga Zabelinskaya (Russian Federation)
14Andrea Graus (Austria)
15Tara Whitten (Canada)
16Sharon Laws (Great Britain)
17Amber Neben (United States Of America)
18Edwige Pitel (France)
19Linda Villumsen (New Zealand)
20Emma Pooley (Great Britain)
21Evelyn Stevens (United States Of America)0:00:08
22Noemi Cantele (Italy)
23Erinne Willock (Canada)0:00:21
24Tatiana Guderzo (Italy)0:00:32
25Annemiek Van Vleuten (Netherlands)0:01:42
26Ruth Corset (Australia)
27Regina Bruins (Netherlands)
28Vicki Whitelaw (Australia)
29Catherine Williamson (Great Britain)
30Tatiana Antoshina (Russian Federation)
31Loes Gunnewijk (Netherlands)
32Noortje Tabak (Netherlands)
33Edita Pucinskaite (Lithuania)
34Natalya Boyarskaya (Russian Federation)0:01:47
35Elena Berlato (Italy)0:02:02
36Luisa Tamanini (Italy)
37Grete Treier (Estonia)0:07:38
38Mayuko Hagiwara (Japan)0:07:40
39Oxana Kozonchuk (Russian Federation)
40Yulia Martisova (Russian Federation)
41Robyn De Groot (South Africa)
42Marissa Van Der Merwe (South Africa)0:07:45
43Anne Samplonius (Canada)0:07:48
44Polona Batagelj (Slovenia)0:09:39
45Sara Mustonen (Sweden)
46Christel Ferrier-Bruneau (France)
47Fröydis Waerstad (Norway)
48Sophie Creux (France)
49Liesbet De Vocht (Belgium)
50Veronica Leal Balderas (Mexico)
51Lieselot Decroix (Belgium)
52Marie Lindberg (Sweden)0:11:36
53Lise Nöstvold (Norway)
54Emilia Fahlin (Sweden)
55Sofie De Vuyst (Belgium)
56Anriette Schoeman (South Africa)
57Martina Ruzickova (Czech Republic)
58Christine Majerus (Luxembourg)0:11:52
59Emilie Aubry (Switzerland)
60Natalya Stefanskaya (Kazakhstan)
61Luise Keller (Germany)0:11:54
62Serena Sheridan (New Zealand)
63Jennifer Hohl (Switzerland)
64Marcia Fernandes Silva (Brazil)
65Carmen Small (United States Of America)
66Alona Andruk (Ukraine)
67Valentina Carretta (Italy)
68Theresa Cliff-Ryan (United States Of America)
69Joelle Numainville (Canada)
70Toni Bradshaw (New Zealand)
71Nathalie Lamborelle (Luxembourg)0:16:39
72Edita Janeliunaite (Lithuania)
73Inga Cilvinaite (Lithuania)
74Tatiana Panina (Belarus)0:18:06
75Ariadna Tudel Cuberes (Andorra)0:18:33
76Belen Lopez Morales (Spain)0:19:35
DNFEmilie Moberg (Norway)
DNFKatheryn Curi Mattis (United States Of America)
DNFChantal Blaak (Netherlands)
DNFAdrie Visser (Netherlands)
DNFIna Teutenberg (Germany)
DNFKirsten Wild (Netherlands)
DNFCharlotte Becker (Germany)
DNFRossella Callovi (Italy)
DNFChanpeng Nontasin (Thailand)
DNFCarla Ryan (Australia)
DNFAmanda Miller (United States Of America)
DNFShelley Olds (United States Of America)
DNFTiffany Cromwell (Australia)
DNFElena Kuchinskaya (Russian Federation)
DNFEleonora Patuzzo (Italy)
DNFLucy Martin (Great Britain)
DNFKatie Colclough (Great Britain)
DNFModesta Vzesniauskaite (Lithuania)
DNFShara Gillow (Australia)
DNFSvitlana Galyuk (Ukraine)
DNFEmma Crum (New Zealand)
DNFMaja Marukic (Croatia)
DNFMonrudee Chapookam (Thailand)
DNFLudivine Henrion (Belgium)
DNFKarol-Ann Canuel (Canada)
DNFAmanda Spratt (Australia)
DNFBridie O`Donnell (Australia)
DNFAna Belen Garcia Antequera (Spain)
DNFLesya Kalitovska (Ukraine)
DNFKatazina Sosna (Lithuania)
DNFMariana Mohammad (Malaysia)
DNFKimberley Yap (Malaysia)
DNFCherise Taylor (South Africa)
DNFRosa Maria Bravo Soba (Spain)
DNFSerene Lee (Singapore)
DNFNoor Azian Alias (Malaysia)
DNFKathryn Bertine (Saint Kitts and Nevis)
DNFCourteney Lowe (New Zealand)
DNFDoris Schweizer (Switzerland)
DNFPatricia Schwager (Switzerland)
DNFAna Teresa Casas (Mexico)
DNFValeria Teresita Muller (Argentina)
DNFDinah Chan (Singapore)
DNFSofia Arreola (Mexico)
DNFDenise Ramsden (Canada)
DNFColleen Ang (Singapore)
DNSNina Ovcharenko (Ukraine)

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