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2014 World Road Cycling Championships

81st edition: Sept 21 - Sept 28, 2014
Ponferrada, Spain

Junior Women's Road Race

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Friday, September 26: Junior Women Road Race, 4 laps of 18.2 km = 72.8 km

Junior women road race map and profile | Junior women's road race photos |

Junior Women's road race finish

Amalie Dideriksen wins her second consecutive junior women's world road race championship. Photo ©Sirotti

The Race: Amalie Dideriksen proved that she is becoming a complete rider. Last year at the Tuscan world championships she won the Junior Women's title from a small breakaway. This year, because the Italians set a red-hot pace, the peloton broke up. She was able to bridge to the leading group.

Then when there was some consolidation after the final descent, Italian Sofia Bertizzolo tried an early sprint. But Dederiksen was too powerful and blasted by Bertizzolo to win her second consecutive world championship.

After the race Dideriksen told l'Equipe, "We had to control the attacks of the Italians on the last lap. I knew the danger would come from them. They launched the sprint from far, but I was confident." It looks like she was confident with good reason.

Junior women's road race photos

Complete Results: 85 classified finishers, 8 riders did not finish.

Weather: Sunny, 10C

Winner's average speed: 35.517 km/hr

  Rider Country Age Time
1 Amalie Dideriksen DEN 18 2hr 2min 59sec
2 Sofia Bertizzolo ITA 17
3 Agnieszka Skalniak POL 17
4 Nikola Noskova CZE 17
5 Lisa Klein GER 18
6 Greta Richioud FRA 18
7 Jeanne Korevaar NED 18
8 Jelena Eric SRB 18
9 Saartje Vandenbroucke BEL 18
10 Mathilde Cartal FRA 18
11 Alexandra Manly AUS 18
12 Daria Pikulik POL 17
13 Kiyoka Sakaguchi JPN 18
14 Inga Rodieck GER 18
15 Sina Frei SUI 17
16 Lenny Druyts BEL 17
17 Janelle Cole USA 18
18 Yumi Kajihara JPN 17
19 Emeliah Harvie CAN 17 @ 3 seconds
20 Katia Ragusa ITA 17
21 Svetlana Ryabova KAZ 17 6"
22 Faina Potapova KAZ 18 11"
23 Paula Patiño COL 17
24 Sofia Beggin ITA 17 13"
25 Soline Lamboley FRA 18 15"
26 María Calderón ESP 17
27 Pernille Mathiesen DEN 17
28 Dafné Théroux-Izquierdo CAN 18
29 Angela Adelsberger AUT 18
30 Camila Valbuena COL 17
31 Cristina Martinez ESP 18
32 Nikola Zdráhalová CZE 18
33 Laurence Dumais CAN 17
34 Nikol Plosaj POL 18
35 Macey Stewart AUS 18 20"
36 Emma White USA 17 28"
37 Melissa Lowther GBR 18
38 Yareli Salazar MEX 18
39 Jip Van Den Bos NED 18 30"
40 Endija Rutule LAT 17 +1:32
41 Bethany Hayward GBR 18 +1:42
42 Sara Wackermann ITA 18 +2:18
43 Maria Kantsyber RUS 18 +2:19
44 Rocío García ESP 17
45 Madeleine Boutet USA 17 +4:10
46 Hannah Swan USA 18
47 Julia Scheidegger SUI 17 +6:27
48 Eva Maria Palm BEL 17 +7:40
49 Aline Seitz SUI 17 +7:49
50 Milda Aužbikaviciute LTU 17
51 Megan Barker GBR 17
52 Anna-Leeza Hull AUS 17 +7:53
53 Ellinor Huusko SWE 18 +9:43
54 Chanella Stougje NED 18 +9:43
55 Wiebke Rodieck GER 18
56 Fanny Zambon FRA 18
57 Ema Manikaite LTU 17
58 Marta Lach POL 17
59 Katja Jeretina SLO 17
60 Brenda Santoyo MEX 18
61 Viktoria Popova RUS 18
62 Karen Flores MEX 17
63 Ernesta Strainyte LTU 17
64 Christina Schweinberger AUT 18
65 Anastasiia Pliaskina RUS 18
66 Sara Poidevin CAN 18
67 Coral Casado ESP 18
68 Jacqueline Dietrich GER 18
69 Catherine Colyn RSA 18
70 Daria Egorova RUS 18 +9:48
71 Kimberley Le Court De Billot MRI 18 +10:22
72 Nicole Nesti ITA 17 +10:37
73 Ebtesam Zayed Ahmed EGY 18 +11:18
74 Aafke Soet NED 17 +12:06
75 Ana Paula Casetta BRA 18 +14:16
76 Linda Halleröd SWE 18 +15:03
77 Yekaterina Yuraitis KAZ 18 +16:17
78 Nadezhda Geneleva KAZ 17 +16:21
79 Mari-Liis Mottus EST 17
80 Michelle Benson RSA 18
81 Renata Da Silva Lopes BRA 17
82 Marike Tache ROU 18
83 Ayse Cakir TUR 17
84 Ekaterina Knebeleva UZB 18
85 Monique Gerber RSA 18
DNF Grace Garner GBR 17
DNF Menatalla Essam Ragab EGY 17
DNF Gamze Kiyas TUR 17
DNF Julia Karlsson SWE 18
DNF Josie Knight IRL 17
DNF Fien Delbaere BEL 18
DNF Zeynep Ezgi Tekinoglu TUR 17
DNF Tereza Medvedova SVK 18

Junior women's road race photos:

Team UK

The British team is presented before the race start. Photo ©Sirotti

team USA

Team USA. Photo ©Sirotti

Team Italy

The Italian women. Photo ©Sirotti

junior women's road race start

Time to race. Aussies, Danes and Dutchwomen at the front.

Junior Women peloton

Junior women's peloton. Photo ©Sirotti

Junior women pelton

The junior women's peloton has fractured at this point. Photo ©Sirotti

The sprint

Heading for the line it's clearly between Bertilozzo and Dideriksen. Photo ©Sirotti

Junior women's road race finish

And it's Dideriksen. Photo ©Sirotti

Amalie Dideriksen

That's two rainbow jerseys for Amalie Dideriksen. Photo ©Sirotti

The podium

The podium, from left: Sofia Bertizzolo, Amalie Dideriksen and Agnieszka Skalniak

Junior women road race map and profile:

Junior women road race map

Junior women road race map and profile

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