Anna van der Breggen becomes the new Road World Championships winner
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Anna van der Breggen becomes the new Road World Championships winner

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Great news for the gold Olympic Games champion, and also European Championships winner, Anna van der Breggen who has now become the UCI Road World Championships ultimate winner.

 

The winner of Giro Roda, organized by Tour de France, has finally won the so-deserved title after placing herself on the top-10 for more than four years now. She even won second place on 2015.

 

Working hard for her main goal

 

Van der Breggen admitted to have dedicated her entire 2018 season to the World Championships by setting her focus straight and adopting an intense race schedule, including some demanding mountain biking sessions.

 

“I was happy this morning that tonight, no matter how it went, it would be over and I could enjoy cycling again,” she admitted.

 

“When I crossed the finish line it was relief – that it finally worked out,” she said. “I won it this time. I am really thankful for that.”

 


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