9.30.2009

End of season for Andy Schleck


But you can always come to watch the Lombardia, Andy! you know you are welcome. Good rest then and see you soon... perhaps in Luxembourg?
http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/end-of-season-for-andy-schleck

Andy Schleck, second-placed and best young rider at the Tour de France this year, has decided to end his season, effective immediately. The Luxembourger, who participated in the Worlds road race last Sunday, abandoned the event early. He also quit the Vuelta a España after only one week of racing.

"It's been a fantastic season and I am extremely proud of the results that I and the team have achieved," said Schleck. "It has also been a long season with the Tour of California as the first race and I feel that my body needs rest. I will not risk pushing myself unnecessarily and put my preparations for next year at risk, so it is definitely the right decision to stop now.

"I want to get even stronger for next year and I think I have the age to make even greater improvements. The Tour de France is my big objective and I am convinced that I have a good chance of being at the forefront once again."

Schleck, as well as his older brother Fränk, will thus not appear at the Giro di Lombardia next month, where Andy placed fourth two years ago. Fränk Schleck, who became third in the Classic of the falling leaves in 2005, has already finished his season due to knee surgery.

9.29.2009

WC 2009: by your reporter in Mendrisio




















28.09.2009
I never thought about the 28 of September. Really: my schedule lasted on the27, that 'day after' is as unwaited as was waited the 'day before' - and now it's gone, it's over, nothing left to wait for. Lombardia maybe... I saw Andy racing and retiring. Not suffering, I don't think so. Simply it wasn't his day: Kim Kirchen was the team leader and made an amazing race till the last two laps, when Fabian Cancellara attacked in a devastating, splendid way. But Cancellara payed for his effort on the TT, when he got the gold medal in his homeland, and in RR ended 5. A good result anyway. Adding that Kolobniev was second and Breschel 7, Uncle Bjarne can be happy also this time. Did I forget anything? Ah, yes... Cadel Evans won. Chapeau: he was the smarter if not the stronger. Italian team was a pity so I'm happy I'm not patriotic at all. BUT Female Italian Team was great: Tatiana Guderzo won the gold medal and Noemi Cantele was 3, behind a wonderful but isolated Marianne Vos.
I loved the U23 race! On Saturday my friend Simona and I went straight away to the Luxembourg Team bus watching the guys going to the departure, then supported them on the flat road after the climb of Novazzano and finally ran back to the bus for pics and signatures. The winner was the French Romain Sicard, a really promising young racer who got the gold in WC after the win in Tour de l'Avenir. For the Lux Team: Ben Gastauer ended 23 at 1'40, Joel Zangerle 35 at 2'22 and my friend Pit Schlechter 57 at 9'32. About friends: I have been really happy to meet a lot of them: Pit, Georges Noesen (my favourite photographer: you know his pics by my blog), Ed Buchette (thanks for your kindness: you are the best President in the UCI! ) and Laura Grazioli (from Cicloweb: have a look). I failed to meet Andy because he retired before the end of the race and went by bike to the hotel: next time, ok?
On Sunday we were on the climb of Novazzano. An early break away with ten men: Stangelij and Ardila probably the strongest in it. They got 9 minutes. After ten laps or so the peloton started chassing pulled by Marzio Bruseghin, hard worker as usual... but for who? Only few racers remained in front and Kim was among them. I didn't like what he said about Frank last year... but that's over... and I was supporting him as leader of Lux Team in that race so... ALLEZ KIM!!! At that time Andy was already retired: ok, he was half sick, out of training for the flu that forced him to quite the Vuelta. Unlucky but it's not his fault. He was great to race anyway in my opinion! After a while also Genpy Drucker and Laurent Didier abandoned, whereas Kim Kirchen kept on fighting till the last 2/3 laps, then was left behind and ended 45.
But at that point we were runing to the arrival and then to the bus for pics and celebration of a very good race. I think that Luxembourg can be happy with that result: only 4 racers, only 1 able to fight for the win... and he kept on fighting till the end. Kirchen was smiling at the bus and he was right. The mood was completely different at the Italian Team bus: a bad race, a confusing strategy, a lake of courage. Chapeau only to Bruseghin and also to Scarponi, stupidly stoped. Rodriguez was 3, Spain got the 'right train' at least. But - sorry Helsy - I'm glad that Valverde didn't win.
So I am at home now: I really enjoyed that World Championship and already miss all that. Moreover I miss you... you know...
[Pics by me, G.Noesen and the first by Claude Michels: thx!!]


9.25.2009

Team Lëtzebuerg fir WM Mendrisio by ASPORT


More pics here:
http://www.just4fun.lu/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=182

So Fabian Cancellara is TT World Champion again, we had 2 sexy bankers on the podium yesterday (congrats to Gustav Larson too) and I think that Uncle Bjarne can be really happy with 2009 season. I'm happy also for the 3 place of Tony Martin: a racer I like very much.
But the queen race of WC is tomorrow and we are ready to celebrate a win: Andy is in a good shape, the race is perfect for him and id the weather will be bad... Kim will do a great job.
Good luck
to all the Team Lëtzebuerg!

Meanwhile... enjoy some pics from Mendrisio. I'm leaving just now: see you there! you will read a full report next week.


9.24.2009

The Silver Lady and...


Mendrisio: Italian racer and national champion Noemi Cantele won the silver medal in Women TT. She deserved it so I'm really happy, moreover because I have nobody else to support and I can be patriotic for a change.
1.Kristin Armstrong (USA) 35.26.09
2.Noemi Cantele (ITA)
3.Linda Melanie Villumsen (DEN)
4.Judith Arndt (GER)
5.Christiane Soeder (AUT)
6.Amber Neben (USA)
7.Tatiana Antoshina (RUS)
8.Tara Whitten (CAN)
9.Karin Thürig (SWI)
10.Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli (FRA): chapeaux!!
11.Trixi Worrack (GER)
12.Alexis Rhodes (AUS)
13.Jessica Phillips (USA)
14.Regina Burins (NED)
Men under 23
1 Jack Bobridge (Australia) 0:40:44
2 Nelson Oliveira (Portugal) 0:00:19
3 Patrick Gretsch (Germany) 0:00:28
4 Marcel Kittel (Germany) 0:00:35
5 Adriano Malori (Italy) 0:00:37
6 Alfredo Balloni (Italy) 0:00:39
7 Alex Dowsett (Great Britain) 0:00:44
8 Blaz Jarc (Slovenia) 0:01:00
9 Rasmus Christian Quaade (Denmark) 0:01:07
10 David Veilleux (Canada) 0:01:12

Well informed friends says that Andy and Kim are in a good shape, recovered, fast and ready to show something great. I'm going to leave tomorrow to go to support them and lets have cold and rain if that suits them: as I said, we are not there for tourism!!

9.22.2009

Waiting for Mendrisio

So Mendrisio is coming and I'm ready to go. Ok, Andy doesnt have a strong team but he can make his race on Spain and Italy: I'm sure that he will attack and try, because next two WC are not suitable for him. I hope he's completely and well recovered now and I'm looking forward to enjoy an amazing Schleck show.
http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/76th-uci-road-world-championships-cm/preview

Cunego Worlds favourite on Mendrisio's climbers' course

Challenging circuit makes predictions difficult

By Gregor Brown

Italy's Damiano Cunego is the number one favourite for the 76th World Championships in Mendrisio, Switzerland. The demanding Mendrisio circuit suits him even more than last year, when he finished runner up to teammate Alessandro Ballan in Varese, Italy.

Cunego's Italian team dominated the Varese finale, putting three men in the final move. Ballan launched his solo attack with three kilometres remaining, while Cunego marked his rivals and took the silver medal sprint.

Mendrisio is a different beast, though. The circuit is shorter and makes for more climbing, 4655 metres in total. The final of two climbs comes only 2.5 kilometres from the finish, where last year it was an extra kilometre farther.

"It's a deceiving finale, lending itself to coups," Cunego told La Gazzetta dello Sport. "There won't be many of us left to fight."

Spaniard Alejandro Valverde and Luxembourg's Andy Schleck are also the type of rider who excels in a challenging finish.

Valverde has won two editions of the Liège-Bastogne-Liège classic and looks ready to win the Vuelta a España overall Sunday. Three times he has finished in the Worlds top three and has support of the only team which can be considered to be as strong as the Italian squad.

It's a different story for Schleck, who won this year's edition of the Liège-Bastogne-Liège and finished second at the Tour de France. Team Luxembourg lacks depth, a situation which became worse when Schleck's brother Fränk ended his season early for knee surgery. Schleck will rely on Kim Kirchen to mark the Spanish and Italian teams.

Australian Simon Gerrans, Spaniard Samuel Sánchez and Belgian Philippe Gilbert are possible winners.

Gilbert has the end-of-race punch that allows for wins, like in the Giro d'Italia stage to Anagni this year. If team Belgium backs Gilbert completely, as the national director says it will do, then Gilbert has a chance.

Sánchez is preparing just as he did for his Olympic win last year, racing for the classification win in a Grand Tour. He should be co-captain with Valverde and all of team Spain will back him if he makes the right move.

Gerrans has targeted wins this year and succeeded: a stage in the Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a España, and French one-day classic GP Plouay.

Ballan and Filippo Pozzato (Italy), Cadel Evans (Australia), Sylvain Chavanel (France), Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland), Alexandr Kolobnev (Russia) and Edvald Boasson Hagen (Norway) are outside favourites. Ballan, defending champion and winner of the 2007 Ronde van Vlaanderen and Pozzato, winner of the 2006 Milano-Sanremo, are both capable of winning big one-day Classics. Their presence bolsters Cunego's chances, but provides a back up if their leader fails.

Evans will work with Gerrans and will seek revenge for the Vuelta's flat tyre incident. He lives only a few kilometres from Mendrisio and knows the course well.

Cancellara said his goal is to win his first road title for home team Switzerland, more so than a third time trial title. He won both time trials in the Vuelta and led the race for five days.

The big teams will watch Kolobnev closely. France will keep Chavanel for the finale, working with nominated captain Pierrick Fédrigo. Boasson Hagen, winner of Gent-Wevelgem and three stages of the Tour of Britain this month, could become Norway's first World Champion if his form holds on.

Oscar Freire (Spain), three-time champion and racing near his Swiss home, Joaquím Rodríguez (Spain), Fabian Wegmann (Germany) and David Millar (Great Britain) are other riders to watch.

France fields strong team for U23 races

By Gregor Brown

The Under 23 races will give riders a stage to show their talent to potential teams as well as giving them a chance at the prestigious rainbow jersey. Past winners like Ivan Basso, Kurt-Asle Arvesen and Gerald Ciolek have gone on from to professional success after their victories.

This year's course has two climbs, Acqua Fresca and Novazzano, which add up to 3185 metres of total climbing. The 13.8-kilometre circuit is repeated 13 times for a total of 179.4 kilometres.

The maximum team size is five, compared to the elite men's nine-man teams, so the race will be less controlled. There are 22 countries that can bring five-man teams: Italy, Belgium, Germany, France, Russia, The Netherlands, Denmark, Slovakia, Austria, Great Britain, Norway, Slovenia, Moldavia, Poland, Spain, South Africa, Columbia, USA, Venezuela, Iran, Kazakhstan and Australia.

Last year's winner Fabio Andres Duarte Arevalo from Columbia is now 23 and unable to compete in this category.

Riders to watch are Tejay Van Garderen and Peter Stetina (USA), both who went well at France's Tour de l'Avenir. France brings Avenir winner Romain Sicard and Tony Gallopin, who signed last week with Cofidis for next year. Martin Reimer heads team Germany, he beat many top pros when he won the German title in June. Niklas Arndt will support Reimer.

Jan Ghyselinck (Belgium) had a couple of good wins early in the year and is focusing on the Worlds. Italy's Damiano Caruso, Denmark's Rasmus Guldhammer and Australia's Travis Meyer are others to watch.

"Mendrisio won't be easy," said Italian director Andrea Collinelli. "You will have to have talents on the climbs and resistance."

It's the 14th year of the Under 23 road race. Past winners: Giuliano Figueras (1996), Kurt-Asle Arvesen (1997), Ivan Basso (1998), Leonardo Giordani (1999), Evgueni Petrov (2000), Yaroslav Popovych (2001), Francesco Chicchi (2002), Sergey Lagutin (2003), Kanstantsin Siutsou (2004), Dmytro Grabovskyy (2005), Gerald Ciolek (2006), Peter Velits (2007) and Fabio Duarte (2008).

Cancellara Worlds time trial favourite

Double duties might be Fabian Cancellara's only downfall

Fabian Cancellara is the favourite to win his third World Championship time trial title next Thursday in Mendrisio, Switzerland. It's not the other riders who will be his main rival, but his quest to also win the road title three days later.

"My main goal was the road race, but I did well in the time trials," said Cancellara after winning his second time trial in the Vuelta a España.

"It will be an extra motivation if I can start the road race with the time trial rainbow jersey in my suitcase. The two days of rest between the races will be enough."

In addition to two time trial World titles (2007 & 2008), Cancellara took the Olympic time trial win last year in Beijing, China. This season, he won time trials in the Tour of California, Tour de Suisse, Tour de France and Vuelta a España.

Last year's winner Bert Grabsch (Germany), Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain) and Lars Boom (Netherlands) are the favourites to challenge Cancellara.

Grabsch won his title last year when Cancellara skipped worlds because he was exhausted from a long season. He has won the Dauphiné Libéré and German Championships time trials, and finished third in the Vuelta's Valencia time trial this year.

Wiggins finished second in many time trials this year, but took fourth overall in the Tour de France and won the British Championship. Unlike Cancellara, he is focusing only on the time trial.

Boom won the Under 23 title in Stuttgart, Germany, two years ago and showed top form with a solo win this week in the Vuelta.

Three-time winner Michael Rogers (Australia), Svein Tuft (Canada), third last year, Tony Martin (Germany), Ignatas Konovalovas (Lithuania) and Gustav Erik Larsson (Sweden) are outside favourites for the win.

The race covers three 16.6-kilometre circuits, 49.8 kilometres. The 650-metre long Rancate climb is the main difficulty with sections of 10 percent. (GB)

Americans favourites for women's time trial title

By Laura Weislo

The United States of America team will head into the women's time trial as top favourite for the gold medal, thanks to the presence of both defending champion Amber Neben and Olympic time trial gold medalist and 2006 world champion, Kristin Armstrong.

Both women have proven themselves worthy of the rainbow bands this season: Neben displayed her rainbow banded jersey atop the podium in time trials at the Giro Donne and as part of the winning team in the Tour de l'Aude team time trial.

The pair has gone head-to-head twice in time trials this year, and both times Neben came out on top. She bested Armstrong over a much shorter distance than what they will face in Mendrisio in both the Giro Donne and Tour Cycliste Féminin International Ardèche.

The Americans do not have a lock on the championship, as several other riders have been putting in strong performances against the clock as of late. Christiane Soeder (Austria) won stage 2 in Ardèche after spending the previous stage in a solo breakaway.

Also not to be discounted is two-time winner Karin Thürig (Switzerland), Britain's Emma Pooley, who won the British time trial title this month, her compatriot Wendy Houvenaghel, who took the top prize in the Chrono Champenois, and the evergreen Frenchwoman Jeannie Longo. Judith Arndt will make her return to racing just in time for Worlds, and will be an unknown quantity for the time trial, but can always be considered a threat.

Women's road race not just for Vos

One cannot launch into predictions of the women's world road race championship without starting at the name Marianne Vos. The Dutchwoman has been on the podium of the race since she entered the senior ranks at age 19 in 2006. After taking silver the past two consecutive years, Vos will be keen to elevate her status back to gold this year, and the course is one that suits her characteristics.

Vos leads both the UCI rankings and the Women's World Cup thanks to victories in the Trofeo Alfredo Binda, La Flèche Wallonne and Open de Suède Vargarda. Not to mention the rider has also claimed the Dutch national title, stages of the Tour de l'Aude, Thüringen Rundfahrt der Frauen and Grande Boucle Féminine Internationale and the overall Holland Ladies Tour, as well as numerous other victories throughout the season.

Together with defending world champion Nicole Cooke, the pair have accounted for half of the medals won in the women's world championship road race over the past four years. Cooke has had a fairly quiet season, but the formula worked well for her last year when she hardly raced before claiming both Olympic and World titles.

However the women's peloton has become increasingly competitive this year, with several riders stepping in with excellent performances who may challenge the divas of the past few years.

Swede Emma Johansson, currently ranked second in the world, has had enormous success this year, having led the World Cup series for the better part of the season. Yet her number of second places far exceeds her victories this season, so she'll have to find that winning formula if she wants to best the likes of Vos.

The Germans always bring a strong team, and this year is no different. Ina Teutenberg is just getting back to top speed after an incredible first half of the season in which she took victories in the Ronde Van Vlaanderen, Liberty Classic, the German Road Race title as well as numerous stage wins and smaller one-day races.

If the peloton cannot drop Teutenberg in the hills of Flanders, they will have to try much harder to get rid of her in Mendrisio, otherwise her powerful sprint rarely lets her down. The only rider to have bested Teutenberg on several occasions has been Dutch sprinter Kirsten Wild, but she has more trouble getting over hills than her German counterpart.

Together with Arndt, Trixi Worrack and Claudia Häusler, the Germans occupy four of the top 10 spots in the world rankings, and will be a formidable team at the event.

Wild cards for the road race include Diana Ziliute (Lithuania) who has had a sort of renaissance this year, as well as Italy's Noemi Cantele, solo breakaway artist Emma Pooley (Great Britain) or perhaps even up and coming American Evelyn Stevens. (LW)

No Tatiana Guderzo, sorry Manuel. But perhaps she's going to surprise them!

9.20.2009

J.Bellis: a bad news


http://www.team-saxobank.com/ny_news.asp?lang=uk&n_id=2529
Jonathan Bellis suffers traffic accident in Italy.

[20.09 16:50] British rider, Jonathan Bellis has been hospitalized in Florence after a accident traffic Friday night close to his Italian residence in Quarrata, Tuscany.

The 21-year old rider from the Isle of Man was in a coma following the accident, and Team Saxo Bank is now awaiting further information from the hospital with regards to his condition.

"We are saddened by the news of Jonathan's accident, but we know that he is in good hands at the hospital in Florence. Our thoughts and hopes go out to Jonathan, his family and friends", says team owner Bjarne Riis.

I'm really sad to hear that, moreover because it happened near my home town. Traffic is awfull around here and crashes are frequent unfortunately. I hope Jhon will get well soon even if a come is a serious thing...

9.18.2009

Vuleta 19: moving win under a purring rain



Attacking guy of the day: Paolo Tiralongo
1 Cobo
2 Valverde
3 Evans
...............
7 Tiralongo

1 Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne 83:34:03
2 Samuel Sánchez (Spa) Euskaltel-Euskadi 0:01:26
3 Ivan Basso (Ita) Liquigas 0:01:45
4 Cadel Evans (Aus) Silence-Lotto 0:01:59
5 Ezequiel Mosquera (Spa) Xacobeo Galicia 0:02:11
6 Robert Gesink (Ned) Rabobank 0:05:30
7 Paolo Tiralongo (Ita) Lampre-NGC 0:06:49
8 Joaquím Rodríguez (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne 0:07:42
9 Philip Deignan (Irl) Cervélo TestTeam 0:09:37
10 Juan José Cobo (Spa) Fuji-Servetto 0:10:40

Last heros?


I'm a little lazy in that period - perhaps because I'm so sad - and only distractly am watching the Vuelta, but I'm really impressed by the number of crashes and illnesses that cyclists must face and by the strongness and courage they show keeping on racing.
Robert Gesink is still 2 in spite of injuries, the same for Mosquera, crashed with him, now 6 in GC, Jakob Fuglsang is doing an amazing Vuelta also after his awfull crash, Tom Danielson, who got the same virus as Andy, wrote on his fb: "
Felt a bit weak after the violent last 24 hrs. Very happy to not see my insides on my handle bars today." but only few days after that he must quit the race: "Horrible day. My lungs are completely full of fluids and I couldn't breath. I fought hard the last 6 days to get on the other side of this. [...] So sadly the best race I've ever had has come to an end early for me. Hard pill to swallow." And of course you remeber Andy's last diary: "During the stage I was throwing up and I had no energy at all. " he wrote "I knew the writing was on the wall when I came down to breakfast that morning, but even so, I didn't want to give up. I struggled through the stage as far as I could but in the end when you're sick you're sick and it's better to stop than carry on and harm your body."
Cycling is an hard job. An hard wonderful way to earn a pay. Wonderful probably also because is hard and make you feel life so deeply. Races must be as safe as possible but risk and pain are a part of the game. Respect!
Vuelta GC after stage 18
1 Valverde
2 Gesink
3 Sanchez
4 Basso
5 Evans
5 Mosquera
....
49 Fuglsang

9.17.2009

Andy...


Nothing new, but I really miss you!!
Fangirls, check this vid if you didn't yet: http://www.saxobanktakingthelead.com/?p=1610

9.16.2009

Giro di Toscana: allez Anne-Marie!!


The Giro di Toscana women elite 2009 started yesterday with a prologo in Viareggio: usualy I don't fallow femal cycling but must support my friend Anne-Marie Schmitt.
Allez Anne-Marie!!
I'm going to see you in Florence next Sunday for the arrival of the final stage.
GC after stage 1
1 41 SUI BRANDLI NICOLE BCT BIGLA CYCLING TEAM 6'45
2 45 LTU VZESNIAUSKAITE MODESTA BCT BIGLA CYCLING TEAM 6'45
3 42 ITA CANTELE NOEMI BCT BIGLA CYCLING TEAM 6'45
4 43 SUI HOHL JENNIFER BCT BIGLA CYCLING TEAM 6'45
5 46 SWE HOLLER MONICA BCT BIGLA CYCLING TEAM 6'45
6 22 GER BRENNAUER LISA NUR EQUIPE NURNBERGER VERSICHERUNG 6'46 1
7 28 GER WORRACK TRIXI NUR EQUIPE NURNBERGER VERSICHERUNG 6'46 1
8 27 GER SCHLEICHER REGINA NUR EQUIPE NURNBERGER VERSICHERUNG 6'46 1
9 25 SWE LINDBERG MARIE NUR EQUIPE NURNBERGER VERSICHERUNG 6'46 1
10 26 GER SANDIG MADELEINE NUR EQUIPE NURNBERGER VERSICHERUNG 6'46 1
11 23 GER JOHREND MARLEN NUR EQUIPE NURNBERGER VERSICHERUNG 6'46 1
12 24 GER KASPER ROMY NUR EQUIPE NURNBERGER VERSICHERUNG 6'46 1
13 144 NED BLAAK CHANTAL NED NATIONAL TEAM OF THE NETHERLANDS 6'49 4
14 142 NED SLAPPENDEL IRIS NED NATIONAL TEAM OF THE NETHERLANDS 6'49 4
15 145 NED BRAND LUCINDA NED NATIONAL TEAM OF THE NETHERLANDS 6'49 4
16 141 NED BOSMAN ANDREA NED NATIONAL TEAM OF THE NETHERLANDS 6'49 4
17 146 NED EVERSDIJK ANNE NED NATIONAL TEAM OF THE NETHERLANDS 6'49 4
18 143 NED DIJKMAN PETRA NED NATIONAL TEAM OF THE NETHERLANDS 6'49 4
19 21 GER BECKER CHARLOTTE NUR EQUIPE NURNBERGER VERSICHERUNG 6'49 4
20 44 SUI KUHN BETTINA BCT BIGLA CYCLING TEAM 6'51 6
21 7 NED VAN DIJK ELLEN TCW TEAM COLUMBIA HTC WOMEN 6'55 10
22 1 GER ARNDT JUDITH TCW TEAM COLUMBIA HTC WOMEN 6'55 10
23 3 GER TEUTENBERG INA TCW TEAM COLUMBIA HTC WOMEN 6'55 10
24 4 SWE FAHLIN EMILIA TCW TEAM COLUMBIA HTC WOMEN 6'55 10
25 47 SWE ANDREASSON VERONICA BCT BIGLA CYCLING TEAM 6'58 12
26 66 NED VOS MARIANNE DSB DSB BANK NEDERLAND BLOEIT 6'58 13
27 63 NED VAN VLEUTEN ANNEMIEK DSB DSB BANK NEDERLAND BLOEIT 6'58 13
28 65 NED VISSER ADRIE DSB DSB BANK NEDERLAND BLOEIT 6'58 13
29 61 BEL DE VOCHT LIESBET DSB DSB BANK NEDERLAND BLOEIT 6'58 13
30 132 RUS MARTISOVA JULIA GAU GAUSS RDZ ORMU COLNAGO 6'59 14
31 131 LTU PUCINSKAITE EDITA GAU GAUSS RDZ ORMU COLNAGO 6'59 14
32 133 RUS ANTOSHINA TATIANA GAU GAUSS RDZ ORMU COLNAGO 6'59 14
33 138 ITA AZZINI EMANUELA GAU GAUSS RDZ ORMU COLNAGO 6'59 14
34 134 ITA BELVEDERESI TANIA GAU GAUSS RDZ ORMU COLNAGO 6'59 14
35 136 ITA DONADONI ALICE GAU GAUSS RDZ ORMU COLNAGO 6'59 14
36 137 ITA SUELOTTO ELEONORA GAU GAUSS RDZ ORMU COLNAGO 6'59 14
37 135 ITA BORTOLUS CHIARA GAU GAUSS RDZ ORMU COLNAGO 6'59 14
38 2 USA ABBOTT MARA TCW TEAM COLUMBIA HTC WOMEN 7'01 16
39 5 GER KELLER LUISE TCW TEAM COLUMBIA HTC WOMEN 7'01 16
40 6 AUS HOSKING CHLOE TCW TEAM COLUMBIA HTC WOMEN 7'01 16
41 12 ITA GUDERZO TATIANA MIC S.C. MICHELA FANINI RECORD ROX 7'01 16
42 11 ITA BACCAILLE MONIA MIC S.C. MICHELA FANINI RECORD ROX 7'01 16
43 16 ITA LAZZERINI GIULIA MIC S.C. MICHELA FANINI RECORD ROX 7'01 16
44 14 BRA KIRCH ROSANE MIC S.C. MICHELA FANINI RECORD ROX 7'01 16
45 76 NED BRAS MARTINE MSI SELLE ITALIA GHEZZI 7'02 17
46 78 ITA VALSECCHI SILVIA MSI SELLE ITALIA GHEZZI 7'02 17
47 73 NZL BOYD KAYTEE MSI SELLE ITALIA GHEZZI 7'02 17
48 77 ITA BOZZOLO LAURA MSI SELLE ITALIA GHEZZI 7'02 17
49 155 GBR HARE WILLIANSON CATHERINE FEN FENIXS EDILSAVINO PISSEI 7'04 18
50 154 ITA RINALDI ILARIA FEN FENIXS EDILSAVINO PISSEI 7'04 18
51 153 ITA DINATO MADDALENA FEN FENIXS EDILSAVINO PISSEI 7'04 18
52 152 SWE AUNE KARIN FEN FENIXS EDILSAVINO PISSEI 7'04 18
53 151 RUS BUBNENKOVA SVETLANA FEN FENIXS EDILSAVINO PISSEI 7'04 18
54 161 UKR SHPYLYOVA IRYNA UKR UKRAINE 7'06 21
55 164 UKR VYSOTSKA IEUGENIIA UKR UKRAINE 7'06 21
56 165 UKR OVCHARENKO NINA UKR UKRAINE 7'06 21
57 162 UKR SHARGA OLENA UKR UKRAINE 7'06 21
58 163 UKR KASHCHYSHYNA OKSANA UKR UKRAINE 7'06 21
59 64 NED VAN WANROIJ MARIEKE DSB DSB BANK NEDERLAND BLOEIT 7'07 22
60 122 USA STEVENS EVELYN USA USA NATIONAL TEAM 7'09 24
61 124 USA MC GRATH KRISTIN USA USA NATIONAL TEAM 7'09 24
62 125 USA OLDS SHELLEY USA USA NATIONAL TEAM 7'09 24
63 123 USA PHILLIPS JESSICA USA USA NATIONAL TEAM 7'09 24
64 55 UKR MYKHAYLOVA TETYANA USC USC CHIRIO FORNO D'ASOLO 7'09 24
65 56 UKR VOLOGDINA VIKTORYIA USC USC CHIRIO FORNO D'ASOLO 7'09 24
66 51 LTU UNGURYTE EDITA USC USC CHIRIO FORNO D'ASOLO 7'09 24
67 54 ITA FRAPPORTI SIMONA USC USC CHIRIO FORNO D'ASOLO 7'09 24
68 52 LTU JANELIUNAITE EDITA USC USC CHIRIO FORNO D'ASOLO 7'09 24
69 57 UKR OLIYNYK OLENA USC USC CHIRIO FORNO D'ASOLO 7'10 25
70 53 BRA FERNANDES DA SOUZA UENIA USC USC CHIRIO FORNO D'ASOLO 7'10 25
71 58 UKR RIABCHENKO TETYANA USC USC CHIRIO FORNO D'ASOLO 7'10 25
72 195 LTU LELEIVYTE RASA SAF SAFI PASTA ZARA TITANEDI 7'11 26
73 194 LTU CILVINAITE INGA SAF SAFI PASTA ZARA TITANEDI 7'11 26
74 198 LTU ZILIUTE DIANA SAF SAFI PASTA ZARA TITANEDI 7'11 26
75 192 ITA BERLATO ELENA SAF SAFI PASTA ZARA TITANEDI 7'11 26
76 84 ESP RODRIGUEZ MARIA ROSARIO LTK LOINTEK 7'12 27
77 83 ESP GALVEZ DEBORA LTK LOINTEK 7'12 27
78 85 LUX SCHMITT ANNE MARIE LTK LOINTEK 7'12 27
79 82 ESP LOPEZ BELEN LTK LOINTEK 7'12 27
80 156 LTU JUODVALKYTE URTE FEN FENIXS EDILSAVINO PISSEI 7'12 27
81 196 ITA PATUZZO ELEONORA SAF SAFI PASTA ZARA TITANEDI 7'13 28
82 191 UKR ANDRUK ALONA SAF SAFI PASTA ZARA TITANEDI 7'13 28
83 96 AUS NEYLAN RACHEL FAN TEAM FANINI SYSTEM DATA 7'14 29
84 92 AUS BROUN KIRSTY FAN TEAM FANINI SYSTEM DATA 7'14 29
85 95 ITA BERTOLIN ODETTE FAN TEAM FANINI SYSTEM DATA 7'14 29
86 94 USA MAYERS LINDSAY FAN TEAM FANINI SYSTEM DATA 7'14 29
87 93 BLR DYLKO ALENA FAN TEAM FANINI SYSTEM DATA 7'14 29
88 91 USA RACCHETTO LISA FAN TEAM FANINI SYSTEM DATA 7'14 29
89 98 UKR MILENKO IEUGENIA FAN TEAM FANINI SYSTEM DATA 7'14 29
90 126 USA GAURNIER MEGAN USA USA NATIONAL TEAM 7'14 29
91 71 ITA LUPERINI FABIANA MSI SELLE ITALIA GHEZZI 7'16 31
92 72 ITA TAMANINI LUISA MSI SELLE ITALIA GHEZZI 7'16 31
93 74 RUS KOZONCHUK OXANA MSI SELLE ITALIA GHEZZI 7'16 31
94 75 MEX GRASSI GIUSEPPINA MSI SELLE ITALIA GHEZZI 7'16 31
95 97 CZE SLAMOVA GABRIELA FAN TEAM FANINI SYSTEM DATA 7'18 33
96 106 GER ZUCKERMANDEL DENISE GER GERMAN NATIONAL TEAM 7'24 39
97 101 GER DITTMAN LAURA GER GERMAN NATIONAL TEAM 7'24 39
98 102 GER SCHEMMER JANA GER GERMAN NATIONAL TEAM 7'24 39
99 103 GER SCHINK LINA KRISTIN GER GERMAN NATIONAL TEAM 7'24 39
100 104 GER SCHNITZHEIER ANNA BIANCA GER GERMAN NATIONAL TEAM 7'24 39
101 62 GER LIEBIG TINA DSB DSB BANK NEDERLAND BLOEIT 7'30 45
102 157 ITA MARMORINI ALICE FEN FENIXS EDILSAVINO PISSEI 7'32 47
103 186 ITA SCANDOLARA VALENTINA TOS RAPPRESENTATIVA TOSCANA 7'33 48
104 187 ITA LAZZERINI CATERINA TOS RAPPRESENTATIVA TOSCANA 7'33 48
105 182 ITA FICINI SARA TOS RAPPRESENTATIVA TOSCANA 7'33 48
106 188 ITA MARI CORINNA TOS RAPPRESENTATIVA TOSCANA 7'33 48
107 181 ITA FALORNI IRENE TOS RAPPRESENTATIVA TOSCANA 7'34 49
108 185 ITA NERI ALESSANDRA TOS RAPPRESENTATIVA TOSCANA 7'34 49
109 184 ITA MATTEONI SARA TOS RAPPRESENTATIVA TOSCANA 7'34 49
110 183 ITA MARTINI SIMONA TOS RAPPRESENTATIVA TOSCANA 7'34 49
111 193 ITA BRONZINI GIORGIA SAF SAFI PASTA ZARA TITANEDI 7'43 58
112 34 ITA FIORI JENNIFER TOG TOP GIRL FASSA BORTOLO RAXY LINE 7'44 59
113 32 ITA CARRETTA VALENTINA TOG TOP GIRL FASSA BORTOLO RAXY LINE 7'44 59
114 17 ITA MERSA SERENA MIC S.C. MICHELA FANINI RECORD ROX 7'45 1'00
115 13 ITA GRIFI SARA MIC S.C. MICHELA FANINI RECORD ROX 7'47 1'02
116 18 AUS HIBBERD CARLY MIC S.C. MICHELA FANINI RECORD ROX 7'47 1'02
117 15 ITA GALASSI SAMANTHA MIC S.C. MICHELA FANINI RECORD ROX 7'47 1'02
118 197 ESP SANCHIS ANNA SAF SAFI PASTA ZARA TITANEDI 7'49 1'04
119 81 ESP GIL PARRA LETICIA LTK LOINTEK 7'53 1'08
120 121 USA MILLER MEREDITH USA USA NATIONAL TEAM 8'00 1'15
121 86 ESP MASDEU CORT JUDIT LTK LOINTEK 8'01 1'16
122 33 ITA D'ETTORRE ALESSANDRA TOG TOP GIRL FASSA BORTOLO RAXY LINE 8'01 1'16
123 31 ITA BASTIANELLI VALENTINA TOG TOP GIRL FASSA BORTOLO RAXY LINE 8'01 1'16
124 35 ITA PISANESCHI LAURA TOG TOP GIRL FASSA BORTOLO RAXY LINE 8'01 1'16
125 36 ITA DANESI SERENA TOG TOP GIRL FASSA BORTOLO RAXY LINE 8'12 1'27
NS 166 UKR KONONENKO VALERIYA UKR UKRAINE

NS 158 MEX MORFIN MACOUZET LAURA LORENZA FEN FENIXS EDILSAVINO PISSEI

NS 105 GER ZWICK MARTINA GER GERMAN NATIONAL TEAM