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Jolande Neff World Title, Clearly the Strongest

Posted on the 30 August 2013 by Worldxcmtb @worldxcmtb
Jolande Neff world title, clearly the strongest

(google translate)Jolanda Neff was the favorite and did not disappoint, dominating the U23 women's test. Second place went to another talent of the class, Pauline Ferrand Prevot, the only one to hold the wheel in Switzerland, but had to give up after the first half. Closes the podium Yana Belomoyna.
Women U23 had to make 6 laps on the hard and technical track South African. The favorite number 1 was Neff Jolanda (Switzerland) capable of winning the world title last year in the first year in the U23 category and that this season is already giving a hard time to the best Elite. Behind her many good athletes like Belomoyna Yana (Ukraina) and Prevot-Ferrand Pauline (France).
Just after the start Jolanda Neff took the lead to increase the pace and at the end of lap 1 he finds himself alone and Prevot Belomoyna wheel with all the other already removed. During the 2nd lap the Belomoyna prefers to continue its pace as the Prevot try to hold on but during the 3rd round even the French are forced to give up and from then on it will be a triumphant ride to Switzerland where he won with 2'26" ahead of an exhausted Pauline Prevot. Yana Third Belomoyna with 3'45" behind. Fourth is the German Helen Grobert.
Then a strip of very young with Andrea Waldis, Jenny Rissveds and Linda Indergand, with the idols of the house Mariske Strauss 8th place.

1. Jolande Neff (Switzerland) 1h25'44"
2. Pauline Ferrand Prevot (France) +2'26"
3. Yana Belomoyna (Ukraina) +3'45"
4. Helen Grobert (Germany) +5'59"
5. Andrea Waldis (Switzerland) +6'31"
6. Jenny Rissveds (Sweden) +6'31"
7. Linda Indergand (Switzerland) + 7'20"
8. Mariske Strauss (South Africa) +9'07"
9. Maghalie Rochette (Canada) +9'48"
10. Rebecca Henderson (Australia) +10'03"


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