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New Zealand Community Trust Tour of New Zealand 2009    (UCI 2.2)


Women's International Cup of Cycling (UCI 1.1)


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Hosking takes sprint in Masterton

Masterton Circuit, 119km

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Results - Top 10 - click here to see full result

Pos Name Team Time / Gap
1 Chloe HOSKING   Mercedes Benz Team 3:04:09 (38.77 km/h)
2 Rochelle GILMORE   Australia National Team
3 Gina GRAIN   MB Cycles Team - Australia
4 Davina SUMMERS   Handy Rentals Team
5 Joanne KIESANOWSKI   NZCT NZ National Team
6 Ruth CORSET   Champions System Cycling Team
7 Xin LIU   Giant Pro Cycling Team- China
8 Lang MENG   Giant Pro Cycling Team- China
9 Peta MULLENS   Australia National Team
10 Clare VLAHOPOULOS   R&R Team

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