World Cup road cycling takes place in 2014 in and around the Spanish city of Ponferrada. On Saturday, 27 September in the road race for women held. Which riders on the start list in this World Cup? Which numbers bear it? Who are the favorites for the rainbow jersey? How road road race for ladies look like? This World Cup will be broadcast live on TV.
History World Cup Women
After decades before that several unofficial cycling world championships held for women, finally in 1958 in Reims, the first official World Championship for Women. World title that year was won by Elsy Jacobs in Luxembourg. The second World Cup in 1959, won by the Belgian Yvonne Reynders. The Belgian world title would also in 1961, made in 1963 and 1966, he wins the most successful rider at the start of the official World Cup. With these four world titles, she is the second most successful rider of all time in the road race at the World Championships women’s cycling. The world record holder in the number of titles on the way, the Frenchwoman Jeannie Longo. She won the road race five times.
Keetie Hage was in 1968 the first Dutch who managed to win the world title in the women. In 1976, she won her second world title. In 1975 his compatriot tineke fopma won the World Cup in 1979 and Petra de Bruin took the world title. Leontien van Moorssel twice won the world title in the road race: 1991 and 1993. In recent years, of course, Marianne Vos of the most successful Dutch riders. She won wegwereldtitel three times: 2006, 2012 and 2013. Remarkably, they won between 2007-2011, so five times in a row, the silver medal at the World Championships.
Track World Cup 2014
During the 2014 World Cup driving the ladies seven laps on a circuit of 18.2 kilometers. The total length of the trail is 127.4 kilometers. The course is pretty tough, but it seems to be slightly less severe than during the World Cup 2013. You can find more information on the program, plus traces of World Cup 2014.
Dutch Road Race Selection Women VM 2014
The Dutch ladies have the same trainer that the Dutch men, namely ex-prof Johan Lammerts. Lammerts as a cyclist won the mid-eighties include the Tour of Flanders and the Tour stage. During the second half of his cycling career, he was especially known as the foreman Greg LeMond. Johan Lammerts since 2002 in various capacities active in the Dutch Cycling Federation KNWU. In 2014, he, in addition to coaches of road racers, also coach of the cyclo-cross riders. For the World Championships road cycling had ladies in Ponferrada he announced an initial sample of six skiers 21 July 2014 ended September 2 with three names.
As a result of a heavy crash during the World Cup team time trial is Anna van der Breggen, originally sampled for the road race, did not participate. She will be replaced by Amy Pieters. It turned out later that Annemiek van Vleuten due to the same crash that Van der Breggen also can not participate in the road race at the World Cup. She will be replaced by Thalita de Jong. Below is the final selection.
Participants: List Of Numbers Starting
Here is a list of participants in the World Cup for women.
The Dutch Marianne Vos belong in 2014 on paper once again to the big contenders for the world title. Although it should be said that in preparation for this World Cup, especially in comparison with previous years, seems an obvious change to be in shape. One of its main competitors, the Frenchwoman Pauline Ferrand-Prevot. Other contenders include Lizzie Armitstead, Emma Johansson, Rossella Ratto and Evelyn Stevens. As for a pin group should ex-world champion Bronzini not regarded as hopeless.
World Cup live on TV
Road race at the World Championship for Women will be broadcast live by both the Flemish public broadcasting, the Dutch public broadcasting. The broadcast of the NOS Studio Sport, containing live presentation of this road race, starting at 13u50 NPO1. The Sporza broadcast begins at 14:30 on the Flemish channel one, with the first summary of the road race for juniors and around 14h40 live report road race for women. More information about live cycling races during the 2014 season can be found in the article on live racing.
Previous edition: Road race World Cup Women 2013
In 2013 Marianne Vos won the Italian Firenze road race at the World Cup for women. This was her third victory this onderdeel.Achter it was Swedish Emma Johansson second.
Women’s World Cup 2013 Results
- Marianne Vos 3u44’00 “
- Emma Johansson 15 sec.
- Rossella Ratto zt
- Anna van der Breggen 33 “
- Evelyn Stevens 46 ‘
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