Race report World Cup Series 13-15 May 2022
Nove Mesto in short
- Finja Lipp confirms the performance of the previous week and finishes 16th.
- In the XCC all four elite athletes finish in the TOP20
- Anne Terpstra was again in the TOP10 with rank nine
- Nadine Rieder is 19th and Nicole Koller finishes the race in 22nd place
- Caroline Bohé makes it to the podium and finishes fifth.
World Cup 2022 in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic
The course in Nové M?sto na Morav? is the favourite course of the World Cup series for many riders.
The event is one of the most technical cross-country courses in the world and has been voted "best XCO event" nine times.
To make the race even more exciting for the thousands of spectators who fill the biathlon stadium and for the online audience, the course was partially redefined in 2022.
Highlight of the race weekend
Once again, the GHOST Factory Racing Team girls were able to secure the overall lead in the team ranking.
The highlight of the race weekend, however, was certainly, especially for the riders, Caroline Bohé's place on the podium. The youngest of the team girls was able to take a podium place for the first time in the Elite Women's world. What a well-deserved fifth place for the Dane!
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With these bikes the girls are on the road
When and where does the World Cup continue?
Now it's time for our elite stars to take a deep breath. After two consecutive race weekends they now have a break of almost three weeks. They will start again on 10-12 June 2022. This time in the home of Factory rider Nadine Rieder: Leogang in Austria.