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Arndt wins Montreal World Cup

High Road's Judith Arndt won the Montreal World Cup road race Saturday, the second time in three years she has won the race. Her win pads her lead in the World Cup standings. Arndt attacked on the final climb of the 11-lap circuit with year's winner Fabiana Luperini. Arndt won the two-up sprint to take her second World Cup win this season. “I love coming to Montreal,” Arndt said before the race, “even though I’m always really tired when I get here [after coming straight from Tour de l‘Aude]. It’s a really great race and a great atmosphere.”

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High Road’s Judith Arndt won the Montreal World Cup road race Saturday, the second time in three years she has won the race. Her win pads her lead in the World Cup standings.

Arndt attacked on the final climb of the 11-lap circuit with year’s winner Fabiana Luperini. Arndt won the two-up sprint to take her second World Cup win this season.

“I love coming to Montreal,” Arndt said before the race, “even though I’m always really tired when I get here [after coming straight from Tour de l‘Aude]. It’s a really great race and a great atmosphere.”

“Today was hard, especially with the weather and the bumpy roads but our plan was to be aggressive and we did that. Ina [Teutenberg] was out there solo for most of the race and when she got caught, Chantal [Beltman] and Kim [Anderson] attacked.”

The race started in pouring rain. High Road’s Teutenberg broke away by herself on the second climb of the day and opened a gap that stayed between 30 seconds and a minute over the next six laps.

On the eighth lap Luperini attacked and Teutenberg was caught as the bunch shattered, eventually reforming as a bunch of 24 riders.

On the penultimate climb Kristen Armstrong attacked and split the small field again. A group of eight consisting of all the favorites held a small lead over the rest. On the final climb Arndt attacked, taking only Luperini with her. The pair managed to hold off a chase group of six riders to the finish.

Montreal World Cup results:
1. Judith Arndt (GER/High Road) l110.6km in 3:11:34
2. Fabiana Luperini (ITA) s.t.
3. Leigh Hobson (CAN) ˆ at :32
4. Sara Carrigan (AUS) at :34
5. Kristen Armstrong (USA) s.t.
6. Anne Samplonius (CAN) s.t.
7. Erinne Willock (CAN) s.t.
8. Emma Pooley (GBR) at :38.
9. Priska Doppman (SUI) at :51
10. Nikki Egyed (AUS) at :51.
11. Edwige Pittel (FRA) at :53.

Women’s World Cup standings:
1. Judith Arndt (GER) 242 pts
2. Marianne Vos (NED) 152
3. Suzanne de Goede (NED) 133
4. Emma Pooley (GBR) 117
4. Chantal Beltman (NED) 117

Results

1. Judith Arndt, Team T-Mobile
2. Fabiana Luperini,
3. Leigh Hobson, Canada
4. Sara Carrigan,
5. Kristin Armstrong,
6. Anne Samplonius, Canada
7. Erinne Willock, Webcor
8. Emma Pooley,
9. Priska Doppmann,
10. Nikki Egyed,
11. Edwige Pitel,
12. Lauren Franges,
13. Joanne Kiesanowski,
14. Lang Meng,
15. Chantal Beltman, Team T-Mobile
16. Modesta Vzesniauskaite, Equipe Nürnberger Versicherung
17. Felicia Gomez,
18. Kimberly Anderson, Team T-Mobile
19. Giuseppina Grassi Herrera,
20. Alex Wrubleski, Webcor
21. Ruth Corset,
22. Julie Beveridge,
23. Kori Kelley Seehafer,
24. Monika Schachl,
25. Rochelle Gilmore,
26. Nathalie Bates,
27. Karin Aune,
28. Audrey Cordon,
29. Suzanne De Goede, Equipe Nürnberger Versicherung
30. Sarah Grab,
31. Victoria Bastide,
32. Christine Majerus,
33. Sue Schlatter,
34. Rachel Heal,
35. Patricia Schwager,
36. Brooke Miller,
37. Oenone Wood, Team T-Mobile
38. Lorian Graham,
39. Tiffany Cromwell,
40. Evgeniya Vysotskaya,
41. Johanne Cyr,
42. Kristin Sanders,
43. Betina Hold, Canada
44. Moriah Macgregor, Canada
45. Sarah DÜster,
46. Julie Bellerose,
47. Min Gao,
48. Sufen Ma,
49. Daniela Pintarelli,
50. Jennifer Stephenson,
51. Svetlana Galuk,
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