(google translate)The circuit of Hadleigh Farm crowning the young Frenchwoman Julie Bresset that proves to be a female cyclists of eligible candidates to dominate the scene in the coming years. Behind her, two very experienced athletes such as Germany's Sabine Spitz (gold in Beijing) and the American Georgia Gould.
Essex crowns the 23 year old Julie French Bresset as the new queen of the mountain bike, she's romp in the race that gave her at such a young age the gold medal of the Olympics in London. Silver Medal at forty German Sabine Spitz had to defend the gold and bronze in Beijing for the American Georgia Gould. Appeal and 'non Gunn Rita Dahle, fell during the first lap in a tract not considered very difficult, and then retired after a puncture. For her day to forget.
Annie Last and Catharine Pendrel have tried to make the race hard from the start but Julie Bresset, Sabine Spitz and Georgia Gould mollavano forming a quintet in the lead.
But the race was decided early in the fourth round when the command is carried the Bresset, the Spitz and Gould, while Bresset was in command but with a very small gap. To note the fall of Sabine Spitz in a tough section of trail. The Gould and 'forced to stop and so the two went down on foot, leaving a green light to French and then found himself alone in command. To the finish will not change 'anything with Bresset to command and fight for the bronze medal behind the Spitz, which is right of Gould.
Julie Bresset brought victory to the BH-size 26 ", in contrast with the current trend." It 's wonderful to win a gold medal, I knew I could do it, in the race started well, then when I saw that I had behind no, I said .. It 's time to go and I accelerated .. "in second place Sabine Spitz raced a prototype Haibike 27.5" from the phenomenal weight of 7.2 kg.
|Ordine d'arrivo, Women Race:
1. Julie Bresset (Francia) 1:30:52
2. Sabine Spitz (Germania) a 1' 02''
3. Georgia Gould (USA) a 1' 08''
4. Irina Kalienteva (Russia) a 1'41''
5. Ester Süss (Svizzera) a 1' 54''
6. Alezandra Engen (Svezia) a 2'16''
7. Alexandra Dawidowics (Polonia) a 2'28''
8. Annie Last (Gran Bretagna) a 2'55''
9. Catharine Pendrel (Canada) a 3'35''
10. Tanja Zakelj (Slovenia) a 3'49''
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