Jackson: "Now I have my own rock"
Alison Jackson (EF Education-Tibco-SVB): "What would I have said if you had told me at the start I was gonna win? Hahahahahahaha. Actually, I probably would have said sweet, I’m doing it. You have to have the confidence, be your best cheerleader sometimes. I would never shy away from saying I can win. I know I can but a lot of things have to come together to make it happen....
Truyen: "Like a victory"
Marthe Truyen (Fenix-Deceuninck): “I’m really happy. It may seem sort of weird, I’m only 3rd, but for me it’s like a victory. I was hoping for a top 20, it would have been really nice. And I came 3rd so it’s really good. I come from cyclo-cross, I really like riding the cobbles. Paris-Roubaix has been my dream race since I was a kid. I was not scheduled...
Ragusa: "I realised I could do something really big"
Katia Ragusa (Liv Racing Teqfind): “In the final kilometres, we were doubting if we could make it or the group would chase us, but then we believed and we eventually made it. I thought about anticipating with an attack before the velodrome but the speed was too high, so I tried to enter in the front positions. Then I stayed up and I gave everything. It was the team’s...
Jackson’s most extraordinary day in Hell
The 3rd edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes avec Zwift delivered an incredible scenario, capped off by a thrilling finale that eventually crowned Alison Jackson (EF Education-TibcoSVB). The Canadian rider is one of the six members of the early breakaway that narrowly managed to edge the favourites in the André Pétrieux velodrome. At 34 years old, she outsprinted her...
Kopecky wins the sprint in the bunch, like in 2022
The Belgian star finished 12'' behind the winner.
1. Alison Jackson (EF Education-Tibco-SVB)
2. Katia Ragusa (Liv Racin Teqfind)
3. Marthe Truyen (Fenix-Deceuninck)
4. Eugénie Duval (FDJ-Suez)
5. Marion Borras (St Michel-Mavic-Auber 93)
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