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Rachel Lloyd fifth at Milan cyclocross World Cup, Nys outsprints Boom in the men’s race

American Rachel Lloyd (California Giant Strawberry-Specialized) scored her best cyclocross World Cup result ever on Sunday, coming in fifth in the World Cup finale in Milan, Italy. Daphny Van den Brand won the race, two seconds ahead of Hanka Kupfernagel and 29 seconds ahead of Maryline Salvetat. American Katie Compton skipped the event, since she could not have improved on her third place in World Cup standings. Compton instead used the weekend to prepare for the upcoming world championships in the Netherlands.

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American Rachel Lloyd (California Giant Strawberry-Specialized) scored her best cyclocross World Cup result ever on Sunday, coming in fifth in the World Cup finale in Milan, Italy.

Daphny Van den Brand won the race, two seconds ahead of Hanka Kupfernagel and 29 seconds ahead of Maryline Salvetat. American Katie Compton skipped the event, since she could not have improved on her third place in World Cup standings. Compton instead used the weekend to prepare for the upcoming world championships in the Netherlands.

Kupfernagel won the World Cup overall, followed by Van den Brand, Compton and Salvetat.

American Sue Butler was 21st in Milan. Butler, Compton, Lloyd are on the American world championship team along with Laura van Gilder and Georgia Gould.

In the men’s race, Sven Nys (Landbouwkrediet – Colnago) beat world champ Lars Boom (Rabobank) by one second. Nys also wrapped up the overall World Cup win, ahead of Bart Wellens and Zdenek Stybar.

Complete final rankings: Nys, Kupfernagel wrap up World Cup

Results

Women’s results | ( Men’s results )
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??1. Daphny Van Den Brand 0:43:13
2. Hanka Kupfernagel at 00:02
3. Maryline Salvetat at 00:29
4. Christel Ferrier-bruneau at 01:05
5. Rachel Lloyd at 01:06
6. Marianne Vos at 01:08
7. Mirjam Melchers-van Poppel at 01:09
8. Helen Wyman at 01:50
9. Sanne Cant at 02:07
10. Sanne Van Paassen at 02:15
11. Pavla Havlikova at 02:27
12. Caroline Mani at 02:40
13. Nadia Triquet-claude at 02:40
14. Wendy Simms at 02:40
15. Joyce Vanderbeken at 02:47
16. Katrin Leumann at 02:56
17. Reza Hormes at 03:06
18. Eva Lechner at 03:26
19. Saskia Elemans at 03:30
20. Lucie Lefevre at 03:38
21. Susan Butler at 04:02
22. Francesca Cucciniello at 04:36
23. Gabriella Day at 04:36
24. Natasha Elliott at 04:37
25. Milena Cavani at 05:21
26. Evelyn Staffler at 05:48
27. Veronica Alessio at 06:44
28. Nicoletta Bresciani at -1LAP
29. Daniela Bresciani at -1LAP
30. Elisabetta Borgia

Men’s results | ( Women’s results )

1. Sven Nys Landbouwkrediet – Colnago in 1:05:42
2. Lars Boom Rabobank at 00:01
3. Zdenek Stybar Fidea Cycling Team at 00:03
4. Niels Albert Bkcp- Powerplus at 00:03
5. Sven Vanthourenhout Sunweb Pro Job Cycling Team at 00:03
6. Bart Wellens Fidea Cycling Team at 00:04
7. Kevin Pauwels Fidea Cycling Team at 00:10
8. Aurelio Fontana Marco — at 00:11
9. Steve Chainel Bbox Bouygues Telecom at 00:12
10. Klaas Vantornout Sunweb Pro Job Cycling Team at 00:14
11. Gerben De Knegt — at 00:28
12. Thijs Al — at 00:37
13. Enrico Franzoi Liquigas at 00:39
14. Dieter Vanthourenhout Bkcp- Powerplus at 00:39
15. Richard Groenendaal — at 01:01
16. Bart Aernouts — at 01:23
17. Erwin Vervecken Revor-Jartazi Cyclingteam at 01:24
18. Eddy Van Ijzendoorn — at 01:24
19. Marco Bianco — at 01:25
20. Jonathan Lopez — at 01:26
21. Petr Dlask Fidea Cycling Team at 01:27
22. Nicolas Bazin — at 02:07
23. Simon Zahner — at 02:10
24. David Derepas — at 02:15
25. Rafael Visinelli — at 02:29
26. Christian Heule — at 02:32
27. Alessandro Gambino — at 02:35
28. Martin Zlamalik — at 02:38
29. Thijs Van Amerongen Vacansoleil Pro Cycling Team at 02:39
30. Mariusz Gil — at 02:43
31. Marcel Wildhaber — at 02:49
32. Fabio Ursi — at 02:52
33. Wilant Van Gils — at 04:01
34. Roy Van Heeswijk — at 04:01
35. Cristian Cominelli — at 04:13
36. Milan Barenyi — at 04:17
37. Gusty Bausch — at 04:48
38. Joachim Parbo — at 05:12
39. Patrick Van Leeuwen — at 05:51
40. Luca Damiani Colavita / Sutter Home at 05:54
41. Derrick St John — at -1LAP
42. Vaclav Metlicka — at -1LAP
43. Vladimir Kyzivat — at -3LAP
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