Pinarello dominates in Nove Mesto

In their first world cup race of the season, Tom Pidcock and Pauline Ferrand-Prevot defeated the competition on their Pinarello Dogma XC bikes that we presented to you here.

After second place in the UCI Cross-country Short Track (XCC) World Cup race on Saturday, Ineos Grenadiers’ Pauline Ferrand-Prévot went one better in the UCI Cross-country Olympic World Cup in Nové Mĕsto Na Moravĕ (Czechia) . The multiple UCI world champion won on the first lap with an advantage of more than a minute over classification leader Haley Batten (Specialized Factory Racing). In the men’s race, Olympic champion Tom Pidcock showed he was in a strong position to defend his Olympic title in Paris, moving up the pack and engaging in a thrilling battle with Nino Schurter, before finishing the win on a high note.

The final race of the 2024 WHOOP UCI Mountain Bike World Series weekend in Nové Mĕsto Na Moravĕ, the UCI Cross-country Olympic (XCO) World Cup, produced the same women’s short track podium, but in a different order. UCI world champion Pauline Ferrand-Prévot (Ineos Grenadiers) took gold with a lead of over a minute, while Haley Batten (Specialized Factory Racing) took second place and the World Cup gold medal UCI XCO Alessandra Keller (Thömus Maxon) took bronze.

The men’s race was won in equally dominant style by Tom Pidcock, who achieved an Ineos Grenadiers double. After a difficult first lap, Pidcock took the lead mid-race, briefly battled for the lead with Nino Schurter (Scott-Sram MTB Racing Team) before breaking away with a 30-second gap.

First of the Italians was the new European champion Simone Avondetto, 14th, of the women Martina Berta, eighth.

Complete results Men Elite, Women Elite, Men U23, Women U23.

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