2018 World Championship Women

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Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Anna van der Breggen 1990 Netherlands Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 4t 11' 04"
02 Amanda Spratt 1987 Australia Mitchelton - Scott 3' 42"
03 Tatiana Guderzo 1984 Italy Bepink 5' 26"
04 Emilia Fahlin 1988 Sweden Wiggle - High5 6' 13"
05 Malgorzata Jasinska 1984 Poland Movistar Women's Team 6' 13"
06 Karol-Ann Canuel 1988 Canada Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 6' 17"
07 Annemiek van Vleuten 1982 Netherlands Mitchelton - Scott 7' 05"
08 Amy Pieters 1991 Netherlands Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 7' 05"
09 Lucinda Brand 1989 Netherlands Team Sunweb 7' 17"
10 Ruth Winder 1993 USA Team Sunweb 7' 17"
11 Rasa Leleivyte 1988 Lithuania Aromitalia Vaiano 7' 17"
12 Katarzyna Niewiadoma 1994 Poland Canyon SRAM Racing 7' 17"
13 Elisa Longo Borghini 1991 Italy Wiggle - High5 7' 17"
14 Sara Poidevin 1996 Canada Rally Cycling 7' 17"
15 Anastasiia Iakovenko 1995 Russia BTC City Ljubljana 7' 17"
16 Megan Guarnier 1985 USA Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 7' 17"
17 Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio 1985 South Africa Cervelo - Bigla Pro Cycling Team 7' 17"
18 Clara Koppenburg 1995 Germany Cervelo - Bigla Pro Cycling Team 7' 17"
19 Margarita Victoria Garcia Canellas 1984 Spain Movistar Women's Team 7' 17"
20 Erica Magnaldi 1992 Italy Bepink 7' 17"
21 Katharine Hall 1987 USA United Health Care Pro Cycling Team 7' 17"
22 Jolanda Neff 1993 Switzerland - 7' 17"
23 Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig 1995 Denmark Cervelo - Bigla Pro Cycling Team 7' 17"
24 Lucy Kennedy 1988 Australia Mitchelton - Scott 7' 17"
25 Leah Kirchmann 1990 Canada Team Sunweb 8' 18"
26 Danielle Rowe 1990 Great Britain WaowDeals Pro Cycling 8' 18"
27 Arlenis Sierra 1992 Cuba Astana Women's Team 8' 18"
28 Sofie De Vuyst 1987 Belgium Doltcini - Van Eyck Sport UCI Women 8' 18"
29 Stine Anderson Borgli 1990 Norway Autoglas Wetteren Cycling Team 8' 18"
30 Polona Batagelj 1989 Slovenia BTC City Ljubljana 8' 18"
31 Coryn Rivera 1992 USA Team Sunweb 8' 18"
32 Hanna Nilsson 1992 Sweden BTC City Ljubljana 8' 18"
33 Ursa Pintar 1985 Slovenia BTC City Ljubljana 8' 18"
34 Eider Merino Cortazar 1994 Spain Movistar Women's Team 8' 18"
35 Shara Gillow 1987 Australia FDJ - Nouvelle-Aquitaine 8' 18"
36 Sina Frei 1997 Switzerland - 8' 18"
37 Annika Langvad 1984 Denmark - 8' 18"
38 Edwige Pitel 1967 France Cogeas 8' 18"
39 Yevgeniya Vysotska 1975 Ukraine S.C. Michela Fanini 8' 18"
40 Julie Van De Velde 1993 Belgium Lotto - Soudal Ladies 8' 18"
41 Sophie Wright 1999 Great Britain Cervelo - Bigla Pro Cycling Team 8' 36"
42 Kelly van den Steen 1995 Belgium Lotto - Soudal Ladies 9' 00"
43 Ingrid Lorvik 1986 Norway Hitec Products - Birk Sport 9' 00"
44 Chantal Blaak 1989 Netherlands Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 9' 00"
45 Hannah Barnes 1993 Great Britain Canyon SRAM Racing 10' 58"
46 Liane Lippert 1998 Germany Team Sunweb 10' 58"
47 Georgia Williams 1993 New Zealand Mitchelton - Scott 11' 01"
48 Grace Brown 1992 Australia Wiggle - High5 11' 01"
49 Omer Shapira 1994 Israel Cylance Pro Cycling 11' 14"
50 Githa Michiels - Belgium - 12' 32"
51 Alison Jackson 1988 Canada Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank 12' 48"
52 Blanca Liliana Moreno Canchon 1992 Colombia Astana Women's Team 13' 01"
53 Ane Santesteban Gonzalez 1990 Spain Ale Cipollini 13' 01"
54 Brodie Chapman 1991 Australia Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank 13' 01"
55 Maria Novolodskaya 1999 Russia Cogeas 13' 10"
56 Olga Shekel 1994 Ukraine S.C. Michela Fanini 13' 46"
57 Lorena Llamas Garcia 1987 Spain Movistar Women's Team 14' 05"
58 Elena Pirrone 1999 Italy Astana Women's Team 14' 05"
59 Angelika Tazreiter - Austria - 14' 26"
60 Ellen Van Dijk 1987 Netherlands Team Sunweb 14' 29"
61 Juliette Labous 1998 France Team Sunweb 14' 29"
62 Anabel Maria Fernand Yapura Plaza 1998 Argentina UCI World Cycling Centre Women 14' 29"
63 Sofia Bertizzolo 1997 Italy Astana Women's Team 14' 29"
64 Danielle Christmas 1987 Great Britain Bizkaia Durango - Euskadi Murias 14' 51"
65 Spela Kern 1990 Slovenia Health Mate - Cyclelive Team 14' 51"
66 Grace Anderson 1997 New Zealand Team Illuminate 14' 51"
67 Urska Zigart 1996 Slovenia BTC City Ljubljana 14' 55"
68 Anna Plichta 1992 Poland Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 16' 05"
69 Janneke Ensing 1986 Netherlands Ale Cipollini 16' 05"
70 Diana Klimova 1996 Russia - 18' 04"
71 Amalie Dideriksen 1996 Denmark Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 18' 04"
72 Soraya Paladin 1993 Italy Ale Cipollini 18' 04"
73 Audrey Cordon Ragot 1989 France Wiggle - High5 18' 04"
74 Sara Bergen 1988 Canada Rally Cycling 18' 20"
75 Stephanie Subercaseaux 1984 Chile - 18' 44"
76 Paula Andrea Patino Bedoya 1997 Colombia UCI World Cycling Centre Women 18' 44"
77 Natalya Saifutdinova 1989 Kazakhstan Astana Women's Team 18' 44"
78 Caroline Bohé 1999 Denmark - 18' 44"
79 Eri Yonamine 1991 Japan Wiggle - High5 20' 47"
80 Jeanne Korevaar 1996 Netherlands WaowDeals Pro Cycling 22' 23"
81 Sarah Rijkes 1991 Austria Experza - Footlogix 23' 06"
DNF Rudina Baku - Albania -
DNF Varvara Fasoi 1991 Greece -
DNF Camila Coelho Ferreira 1988 Brazil -
DNF Tatiana Jasekova 1988 Slovakia -
DNF Hiromi Kaneko 1980 Japan -
DNF Miyoko Karami 1974 Japan -
DNF Hoi Wah Leung 1998 Hong Kong -
DNF Wing Yee Leung 1996 Hong Kong -
DNF Elne Owen 1999 South Africa -
DNF Viivi Puskala 1999 Finland -
DNF Alice Sharpe 1994 Ireland -
DNF Amiliya Iskakova 1995 Kazakhstan Astana Women's Team
DNF Jeidy Pradera Bernal 1998 Cuba Astana Women's Team
DNF Tereza Medvedova 1996 Slovakia Bepink
DNF Cristina Martinez Bonafe 1996 Spain Bizkaia Durango - Euskadi Murias
DNF Elena Cecchini 1992 Italy Canyon SRAM Racing
DNF Tiffany Cromwell 1988 Australia Canyon SRAM Racing
DNF Christa Riffel 1998 Germany Canyon SRAM Racing
DNF Alexis Ryan 1994 USA Canyon SRAM Racing
DNF Trixi Worrack 1981 Germany Canyon SRAM Racing
DNF Nicole Hanselmann 1991 Switzerland Cervelo - Bigla Pro Cycling Team
DNF Emma Cecilie Jørgensen 1999 Denmark Cervelo - Bigla Pro Cycling Team
DNF Lotta Lepistö 1989 Finland Cervelo - Bigla Pro Cycling Team
DNF Yixian Pu 1992 China China Liv Pro Cycling
DNF Teniel Campbell 1997 Trinidad&Tobago Cogeas
DNF Antri Christoforou 1992 Cyprus Cogeas
DNF Clemilda Fernandes Silva 1979 Brazil Conceria Zabri–Fanini
DNF Jelena Eric 1996 Serbia Cylance Pro Cycling
DNF Tetiana Riabchenko 1989 Ukraine Doltcini - Van Eyck Sport UCI Women
DNF Ana Maria Covrig 1994 Romania Eurotarget - Bianchi - Vitasana
DNF Eugénie Duval 1993 France FDJ - Nouvelle-Aquitaine
DNF Susanne Andersen 1998 Norway Hitec Products - Birk Sport
DNF Charlotte Becker 1983 Germany Hitec Products - Birk Sport
DNF Vita Heine 1984 Norway Hitec Products - Birk Sport
DNF Claire Faber 1998 Luxembourg Jos Feron Lady Force
DNF Kaat Hannes 1991 Belgium Jos Feron Lady Force
DNF Valerie Demey 1994 Belgium Lotto - Soudal Ladies
DNF Anabelle Dreville 1995 France Lotto - Soudal Ladies
DNF Anne-Sophie Harsch 1999 Luxembourg Maaslandster International Women's
DNF Marta Lach 1997 Poland Mat-Atom Deweloper
DNF Aurela Nerlo 1998 Poland Mat-Atom Deweloper
DNF Katarzyna Wilkos 1993 Poland Mat-Atom Deweloper
DNF Sarah Roy 1986 Australia Mitchelton - Scott
DNF Aude Biannic 1991 France Movistar Women's Team
DNF Alicia Gonzalez Blanco 1995 Spain Movistar Women's Team
DNF Katherine Maine 1997 Canada Rally Cycling
DNF Mónika Király 1983 Hungary S.C. Michela Fanini
DNF Mossana Debesay 1993 Eritrea Servetto Giusta
DNF Kseniia Dobrynina 1994 Russia Servetto Giusta
DNF Anna Potokina 1987 Russia Servetto Giusta
DNF Ana Cristina Sanabria Sanchez 1990 Colombia Servetto Giusta
DNF Tereza Korvasova 1996 Czech Republic Team Dukla Praha Women
DNF Mikayla Harvey 1998 New Zealand Team Illuminate
DNF Anna Henderson 1998 Great Britain Team Onform
DNF Pernille Mathiesen 1997 Denmark Team Sunweb
DNF Alice Cobb 1995 Great Britain Team TIBCO - Silicon Valley Bank
DNF Katrine Aalerud 1994 Norway Team Virtu Cycling
DNF Sara Penton 1988 Sweden Team Virtu Cycling
DNF Maja Perinovic 1999 Croatia Top Girls FASSA BORTOLO
DNF Kathrin Hammes 1989 Germany Trek - Drops
DNF Tayler Wiles 1989 USA Trek - Drops
DNF Eyeru Tesfoam Gebru 1996 Ethiopia UCI World Cycling Centre Women
DNF Thi That Nguyen 1996 Vietnam UCI World Cycling Centre Women
DNF Faina Potapova 1996 Kazakhstan UCI World Cycling Centre Women
DNF Leah Thomas 1989 USA United Health Care Pro Cycling Team
DNF Rotem Gafinovitz 1992 Israel WaowDeals Pro Cycling
DNF Lisa Brennauer 1988 Germany Wiggle - High5
DNF Martina Ritter 1982 Austria Wiggle - High5

Info

RaceWorld Championship Women
Where Innsbruck
Nation World Championship
Distance155.6 km
DateSeptember 29th
Edition2018
ClassificationWCRR
Extra Compare top four

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