Cycling – World Road Championships: Anna Van Der Breggen Dominates
Anna van der Breggen of the Netherlands guaranteed a devastating triumph in the women’s cycling race at the World Road Championships in Innsbruck, Austria.
The 28-year-old, Olympic victor, assaulted with very nearly 40 km remaining of the 156.2 km course to win by 3 minutes 42 seconds from Australia’s Amanda Spratt.
Italy’s Tatiana Guderzo was third, 5 mins 26 secs behind Van der Breggen. Dani Rowe was the most astounding put British rider in 26th place, 8 mins 18 secs back. Sophie Wright was 41st, Hannah Barnes 45th and Dani Christmas 64th.
Anna van der Breggen wins Road World Championship 2018 in Innsbruck
PERHAPS Even more Impressively, Annemiek @AvVleuten STILL managed to take SEVENTH place, after injuring her knee in an early fall, severe enough to be wheeled off to Hospital after race pic.twitter.com/pMkl9mU9JC
— Gerard ??????? (@GTvehicle) 29 September 2018
Rowe’s ride was not without show, having been engaged with an accident including Dutch rider Annamiek van Vleuten and following that, she had to suffer an issue with her cycle chain.
Results – World Road Championships
- Anna var der Breggen
- Amanda Spratt
- Tatiana Guderzo
- Emilia Fahlin
- Malgorzata Jasinska
- Karol-Ann Canuel
- Annemiek van Vleuten
- Amy Pieters
- Lucinda Brand
- Ruth Winder
What a show, and a showdown! 2018 UCI Women’s Road Race World Championship an epic race.
So proud for Spratty and @CyclingAus , so well deserved for Anna & Netherlands, Olympic and now World Champion. pic.twitter.com/hCaWRbCYWV
— Tracey Gaudry (@gaudryt) 29 September 2018
It’s incredibly annoying how the announcers in the women’s road world championship road race keep talking about tomorrow’s men’s race instead of what’s happening/happened in the women’s race going on RIGHT NOW. #UCIWorldChampionship
— Christina Bonnington (@redgirlsays) 29 September 2018
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