Another Go Pro lap from Puck; about time she had a Red Bull helmet.....(unless she's turned it down).
Meeusen, Merlier, Orts, Baestaens... plenty of fast starters that have/had a tendency do fade fast and hard.Nothing really, other than stating the facts of the results sheet in comparison to the early laps of the race.
I think its good that he get out there and rides with the best for a lap or two, gradually he will hang on longer.Nothing really, other than stating the facts of the results sheet in comparison to the early laps of the race.
I wonder if that's pressure from the team; none of their men bother with CX, and only Brand & Van Anrooij of the women do.I believe he has said he will be more road focused after this season.
For those with a Dutch IP address, here's the NOS livestream:Ah that's a nice tv guide thankyou. It just doesn't show up on the app or then the Netherlands "what can I watch" page. I know last year the dutch races in Rucphen and Hoogerheide were only available on NOS. Sporza doesn't seem to work without a vpn which I'm not prepared to pay for.
@Gwbert You are correct. It is the windmill race.
Found it finally this morningFor those with a Dutch IP address, here's the NOS livestream:
Not the person who has to wash them!BTW, whose brilliant idea was it the the jersey(s) for leading the World Cup should be... white?
She picks the races that suit her. It doesn't annoy me, but I can see why you say that; I just think the youngsters are quite a level ahead of her technique wise. And from her brief forays into MTB World Cups, she struggled......Having the best engine is no good if the skills aren't also good. But as I've already said, the Worlds are on a course which will suit her (unless it comes up muddy).Find it a little bit annoying that Vos is skipping the more technical races, I mean she is the World Champion after all.