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May 2/10 17:31 pm - Grand Prix Elsy Jacobs: Photos, Report and Results


Posted by Editoress on 05/2/10
 

Emma Pooley (GBR) continued her winning streak with another victory today at the GP Elsy Jacobs. Monia Baccaille (ITA- Team Valdarno Umbria) placed second and Andrea Bosman (NED- Leontien.nl) third.

 

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“We had another sensational win today from Emma Pooley,” said Jens Zemke, Sports Director. “Emma escaped on the second last climb, with 20 kilometres to the finish. Behind her was a group of twenty riders that included Sharon Laws (GBR), Lizzie Armitstead (GBR) and Regina Bruins (NED). Lizzie was also involved in a break together with Ludivine Henrion (BEL-Red Sun cycling) and Judith Arndt (GER-HTC-Columbia) that was out for 30 kilometres. They were brought back into the bunch about 20 kilometres before the finish. Then, just as Lizzie was caught, Emma attacked, while the other 3 girls in the bunch covered the attacks that came from behind. It really was a spectacular display of team work, I must say.”

“Once again today we had a really good race,” said Emma Pooley. “Twenty kilometres before the finish, just when the group that Lizzie was in came back I was watching Emma Johansson (SWE – Red Sun Cycling) and we broke out of the peloton. I decided to attack and the first time she was able to follow me, but when I tried it again I was able to drop her. Our tactic today was to make the race really hard and that worked very well. I must say that I am really proud of this team. We have had a lot of wins in the past weeks, every rider is really strong and we’ve learned to ride together as a team. All our hard work is paying off now. Tomorrow we will have another race in Luxembourg, the GP Mameranus. I am looking forward to it.”

Cervélo TestTeam press release

 

Grand Prix Elsy Jacobs (May 1st) , 124 km
1 Emma Pooley (GBr) Cervélo TestTeam 2:59:45
2 Monia Baccaille (Ita) Team Valdarno at 1:21
3 Andrea Bosman (Ned) Leontien.Nl
4 Emma Johansson (Swe) Redsun Cycling Team
5 Ludivine Henrion (Bel) Redsun Cycling Team
6 Grace Verbeke (Bel) Lotto Ladies Team
7 Elizabeth Armitstead (GBr) Cervélo TestTeam
8 Julie Beveridge (Can) Vienne Futuroscope
9 Sara Mustonen (Swe) Hitec Products Uck
10 Lucinda Brand (Ned) Leontien.Nl
11 Christel Ferrier-Bruneau (Fra) Vienne Futuroscope
12 Christine Majerus (Lux) Esgl 93 - GSD Gestion
13 Trixi Worrack (Ger) Noris Cycling
14 Elena Berlato (Ita) Top Girls Fassa Bortolo - Ghezzi
15 Tiffany Cromwell (Aus) Australian National Team
16 Sharon Laws (GBr) Cervélo TestTeam
17 Judith Arndt (Ger) HTC Columbia Women
18 Marijn De Vries (Ned) Leontien.Nl
19 Evelyn Stevens (USA) HTC Columbia Women all s.t.
20 Regina Bruins (Ned) Cervélo TestTeam 1:25
21 Kelly Druyts (Bel) Topsport Vlaanderen - Thompson 5:28
22 Sjoukje Dufoer (Bel) Topsport Vlaanderen - Thompson
23 Gloria Presti (Ita) Top Girls Fassa Bortolo - Ghezzi
24 Catherine Delfosse (Bel) Lotto Ladies Team
25 Irene Van Den Broek (Ned) Leontien.Nl
26 Madeleine Sandig (Ger) Noris Cycling
27 Mascha Pijnenborg (Ned) Redsun Cycling Team
28 Valentina Carretta (Ita) Top Girls Fassa Bortolo - Ghezzi
29 Rachel Neylan (Aus) Australian National Team
30 Sophie De Boer (Ned)
31 Petra Dijkman (Ned) Redsun Cycling Team
32 Vilija Sereikaite (Ltu) Lithuanian National Team
33 Bianca Purath (Ger) Noris Cycling
34 Emilie Blanquefort (Fra) French National Team
35 Carla Ryan (Aus) Cervélo TestTeam
36 Emilia Fahlin (Swe) HTC Columbia Women all s.t.
37 Edith Vanden Brande (Bel) 5:33
38 Luise Keller (Ger) HTC Columbia Women 5:50
39 Heather Logan (Can) Canadian National Team 6:18
40 Vaida Pikauskaite (Ltu) Lithuanian National Team
41 Lauren Kitchen (Aus) Australian National Team 6:20
42 Marlen Jöhrend (Ger) Noris Cycling 8:35
43 Mélodie Lesueur (Fra) Esgl 93 - GSD Gestion
44 Anne-Marie Schmitt (Lux) Lointek
45 Vicky Fournial (Fra)
46 Rochelle Gilmore (Aus) Lotto Ladies Team
47 Jessica Schneeberger (Sui)
48 Anne Eversdijk (Ned)
49 Margot Ortega (Fra) French National Team
50 Fanny Riberot (Fra) Lointek
51 Kim Schoonbaert (Bel) Lotto Ladies Team
52 Annelies Van Doorslaer (Bel) Lotto Ladies Team
53 Baukje Doedee (Ned)
54 Nadia Triquet-Claude (Fra) Vienne Futuroscope
55 Carly Light (Aus) Australian National Team
56 Denise Ramsden (Can) Canadian National Team
57 Romy Kasper (Ger) Noris Cycling
58 Emma Silversides (GBr) Redsun Cycling Team
59 Amélie Rivat (Fra) French National Team
60 Daphny Van Den Brand (Ned)
61 Suzanne Van Veen (Ned)
62 Linda Larsen (Nor) Norwegian National Team
63 Mélanie Bravard (Fra) Esgl 93 - GSD Gestion
64 Moriah MacGregor (Can) Canadian National Team
65 Sanne Bamelis (Bel)
66 Karol-Ann Canuel (Can) Vienne Futuroscope
67 Amy Pieters (Ned)
68 Josephine Tomic (Aus) Lotto Ladies Team all s.t.
69 Angela Hennig (Ger) Noris Cycling 8:45

 


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