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PFP 23rd February 2012

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Pauline Ferrand Prevot’s 2011 season started with a second place in French cyclo-cross national championships won in a sprint by Caroline Mani the defending champion. In late January, she took eighth in the Cyclo-cross World Championship , matching her result of 2010.

With the cyclocross season finished, PFP was selected for the France team to participate in the Trofeo Alfredo Binda-Comune di Cittiglio, the first round of the World Cup 2011 on the road. For her first eventat this level Pauline took ninth place. After a fourth place in Halle-Buizingen, she finished seventh in the Fleche Wallonne Feminine on the summit of the Mur de Huy, another World Cup race. Subsequently, in May, she participated in two rounds of the World Cup mountain bike “espoirs” finishing both with lone wins. In mid-May Pauline said she would continue to compete on the road road and mountain biking for at least another two seasons.

In late July Pauline finished fifteenth in the London pre-olympic mountain bike race but was the victim of heat stroke while running in third place at the European Championship “espoirs” she abandoned. The race was won by her compatriot Julie Bresset. Thanks to her second place in Val di Sole, she won the overall World Cup VTT “espoirs” series. A few days later, in the under 23 category, she finished third in the world championship won by her compatriot Julie Bresset.

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Pauline Ferrand Prevot’s 2011 season started with a second place in French cyclo-cross national championships won in a sprint by Caroline Mani the defending champion. In late January, she took eighth in the Cyclo-cross World Championship , matching her result of 2010.

With the cyclocross season finished, PFP was selected for the France team to participate in the Trofeo Alfredo Binda-Comune di Cittiglio, the first round of the World Cup 2011 on the road. For her first eventat this level Pauline took ninth place. After a fourth place in Halle-Buizingen, she finished seventh in the Fleche Wallonne Feminine on the summit of the Mur de Huy, another World Cup race. Subsequently, in May, she participated in two rounds of the World Cup mountain bike “espoirs” finishing both with lone wins. In mid-May Pauline said she would continue to compete on the road road and mountain biking for at least another two seasons.

In late July Pauline finished fifteenth in the London pre-olympic mountain bike race but was the victim of heat stroke while running in third place at the European Championship “espoirs” she abandoned. The race was won by her compatriot Julie Bresset. Thanks to her second place in Val di Sole, she won the overall World Cup VTT “espoirs” series. A few days later, in the under 23 category, she finished third in the world championship won by her compatriot Julie Bresset.

Category: Mountain BikePeople

Image URL: http://bikechicks.net/2012/02/23/pfp/

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