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Fez Cata Blanca podium in the World Cup series for the first time

Fez Cata Blanca podium in the World Cup series for the first time

Fez Cata Blanca, 20, had the best results of his life, finishing third in the off-road cycling station of the Elite World Cup Series in Iowa City, finishing fourth overall and still driving the U23.

Iowa City in the United States hosted the third round of the ATV World Cup Series, ending a series of outdoor races in which the world’s elite completed three races in eight days.


Fes Cata Blanca climbed the podium in the World Cup series Source:

a According to a report from a specialized portal, cyclists were greeted by a dry and dusty track of about three and a half kilometers in length, on which the ladies made eight laps. After the start, former seven-time field world champion Marian Voss tried to seize the lead, with whom Buck Peters tried to keep pace, and behind them the 20-year-old Hungarian supremacy at SD Worx, Fes Cata Blanca He was going fifth and seventh. Nearing the halfway mark, Pieterse couldn’t keep up with the pace Vos dictated, but Denise Betsema caught up, then Vas and current world champion Lucinda Brand arrived, even the Hungarian cyclist led the race for a while. On the mountain bike, he tried to break Kiskunlacház’s fourth Olympic promise with Vos – then Betsema jumped on them, and the trio increased their advantage to about twenty seconds in a matter of seconds.

On lap seven, Fass slipped, and had to get off his bike, he got away from the duo who led the race and tried in vain to ride it. In the final round, Vos rocked Betsima, winning the race with confidence – and finishing third in the Fez Cata Blanca in the best World Cup of her career. With this performance, Marian Voss is the youngest contestant to stand on the World Cup podium since her early success (2002-2007).

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“I am very happy because this is my first World Cup podium. He also managed to hold the U23 special event jersey, although Pieterse started strong in the first half of the race. I loved the track, the steep climbs were particularly beneficial for me Now comes a short respite, next time I will start in Overijse.” – said the Hungarian girl, who took sixth place in the previous two rounds, waiting for the award ceremony.

Along with this success, Voss regained his leadership position, Fes Cata Blanca In the fourth, while in the U23 special event, the Hungarian champion has a five-point lead over Puck Pieterse. The World Cup series will continue on October 24 in Sonhoven, Belgium.

Cyclox World Cup 2021/22
Third round, Iowa City, USA

1. Marianne Voss (Netherlands, Team Jumbo-Visma) 53:46
2. Denise Betsema (Netherlands, Pauwels Sauces-Bingoal) + 10 mp
3. Fez Cata Blanca (Maguiar, SD Worx) + 36 m
4. Lucinda Brand (Netherlands, Baloise Trek Lions) + 1:08
5. Puck Pieterse (Netherlands, Alpecin-Fenix) + 1:11
6. Anne-Marie Wurst (Netherlands, 777) + 1:11
7. Helen Cluzel (France, AS Bike Crossteam) + 1:16
8. Shereen Van Anroy (Netherlands, Baloise Trek Lions) + 1:45
9. Yara Castelegen (Netherlands, IKO-Crelan) + 1:45
10. Eva Lechner (Italian, Trinx Factory Team) + 1:50

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