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Priska Doppmann wins Chrono des Nations

Swiss rider tops off her best season ever

Team Univega press release

Team Univega Website

Whilst other Teams are already on their winter breaks, the Univega TT specialists travelled to France to ride the last major UCI race of the 2006 Road Season, the Category1.1 "Chrono des Nation TT" in Herbiers, France.

  Priska Doppmann celebrated another big win in her best professional season ever, by beating ex-World Champion, Zulfia Zabirova (2nd) and Marina Jaunatre (3rd). Univega's Sarah Düster was 4th and Pascale Schnider 7th - great performances at the end of a long season!

Results

 

1 Priska Doppmann (Swi) Univega                 29.16 (42.075km/h)
2 Zulfia Zabirova (Kaz) Bigla                               0.07
3 Marina Jaunatre (Fra) Vienne Futuroscope        0.41
4 Sarah Düster (Ger) Univega                          0.47
5 Kathy Watt (Aus) Lotto Belisol Ladiesteam       1.19
6 Jeannie Longo (Fra) Paris CO                           1.21
7 Pascale Schnider (Swi) Univega                   1.24

 

    

Priska Doppmann on the podium

Photo Univega Pro Team 2006©

 

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