Schlagwort-Archive: Marleen Reusser

Chrono des Nations

ELITE 44,5km:

1 KÜNG Stefan SUI GROUPAMA – FDJ 00:51:47
2 MADSEN Martin Toft DEN BHS – PL BETON BORNHOLM 00:36
3 DE MARCHI Alessandro ITA ISRAEL START-UP NATION 01:16
4 GATE Aaron NZL BLACK SPOKE PRO CYCLING 01:22
5 EVENEPOEL Remco BEL DECEUNINCK – QUICK-STEP 01:22
6 HERREGODTS Rune BEL SPORT VLAANDEREN – BALOISE 01:28
7 MUFF Frederik DEN TEAM COLOQUICK 01:32
8 LATOUR Pierre FRA TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE 01:44
9 WOLF Justin GER BIKE AID 01:49
10 HEIDEMANN Miguel GER LEOPARD PRO CYCLING 02:03
11 ROSSETTO Stéphane FRA ST MICHEL – AUBER93 02:18
12 TAARAMÄE Rein EST INTERMARCHÉ – WANTY – GOBERT MATÉRIAUX 02:22
13 DELAPLACE Anthony FRA TEAM ARKEA – SAMSIC 02:27
14 RITZINGER Felix AUT WSA KTM GRAZ 03:24
15 BRAUN Julian GER TEAM SKS SAUERLAND NRW 03:34

Women 24,7km:

1 REUSSER Marlen SUI ALE‘ BTC LJUBLJANA 00:33:36
2 KIESENHOFER Anna AUT AUSTRIAN NATIONAL TEAM 00:52
3 KRÖGER Mieke GER HITEC PRODUCTS 00:52
4 BORRAS Marion FRA UC PONTCHARRA 01:11
5 ROŽLAPA Dana LAT KEUKENS REDANT CYCLING TEAM 01:14
6 DUYCK Ann – Sophie BEL EQUIPE NATIONALE BELGE 01:42
7 BUSSI Vittoria ITA OPEN CYCLING TEAM 02:04
8 PIERGIOVANNI Federica ITA VALCAR – TRAVEL & SERVICE 02:22
9 DEMAY Coralie FRA STADE ROCHELAIS CHARENTE- MARITIME WOMEN CYCLING 02:24
10 LE NET Marie FRA FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 02:24

CERATIZIT Challenge – Etappe 1

MARLEN REUSSER ON OLYMPIC FORM

1 MARLEN REUSSER 56 ALE‘ BTC LJUBLJANA 03h 07′ 46“ – B : 10“ –
2 CORYN RIVERA 94 TEAM DSM 03h 08′ 08“ + 00h 00′ 22“ B : 6“ –
3 ELISE CHABBEY 65 CANYON//SRAM RACING 03h 08′ 08“ + 00h 00′ 22“ B : 4“ –
4 PAULIENA ROOIJAKKERS 46 LIV RACING 03h 08′ 08“ + 00h 00′ 22“ – –
5 ELISA BALSAMO 111 VALCAR – TRAVEL & SERVICE 03h 09′ 34“ + 00h 01′ 48“ – –
6 ANNA HENDERSON 75 JUMBO-VISMA WOMEN TEAM 03h 09′ 34“ + 00h 01′ 48“ – –
7 LOTTE KOPECKY 43 LIV RACING 03h 09′ 34“ + 00h 01′ 48“ – –
8 ALISON JACKSON 42 LIV RACING 03h 09′ 34“ + 00h 01′ 48“ – –
9 MARIE LE NET 36 FDJ NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE FUTUROSCOPE 03h 09′ 34“ + 00h 01′ 48“ – –
10 FLOORTJE MACKAIJ 93 TEAM DSM 03h 09′ 34“ + 00h 01′ 48“

Silver medallist in the time-trial of the Olympic Games, the Swiss star Marlen Reusser (Ale ́ BTC Ljubljana) carried the form that also saw her shine in the Ladies Tour of Norway (4th) and the Simac Ladies Tour (2nd) to win on Thursday stage 1 of the CERATIZIT Challenge by La Vuelta 21 as she powered to victory on her own in A Rúa, ahead of her breakaway companions

The peloton rolled from the mountain resort of Manzaneda in the morning and faced 117.8km of racing. The pace was high from the start. After a fast first hour (42.9km/h), a group of attackers broke away from the bunch with Pauliena Rooijakkers (Liv Racing) Marlen Reusser (Ale’ BTC Ljubljana), Elise Chabbey (CANYON//SRAM Racing), Lucy Kennedy (Time BikeExchange) and Eric Magnaldi (CERATIZIT WNT). Coryn Rivera (Team DSM) joined them at km 65 to make the break of the day.

The battle went on up the Alto da Portela (cat. 1), the main uphill challenge of the day with 15.2 kilometres at 5.3%. Kennedy and Magnaldi were dropped from the lead group and caught by the peloton, led by Movistar Team and Team SD Worx, with a maximum gap of 2’15’’ with 29km to go.
The terrain was much easier in the second part of the stage. The four attackers still at the front worked well together to maintain a gap of 2 minutes to the bunch. In the final kilometres towards A Rúa, Marlen Reusser opened a small gap to her breakaway companions and claimed victory.

The rider from Ale’ BTC Ljubljana said she didn’t want a sprint against the American Coryn Rivera. The bunch finished with a gap of 1’48’’. Regarding a potential overall victory, Reusser said she will probably lose time to the likes of Anna van der Breggen, Annemiek van Vleuten and Elisa Longo Borghini on Friday’s uphill time trial but she was satisfied with this opening result.