the belgian Lotte Kopecky conquered this sunday her first rainbow jumper en route in the race that closed the Glasgow Super World Cycling Championships 2023where he confirmed the prognoses that indicated it as the big favoritealthough for this he needed to make an exhibition based on repeated attacks until he achieved his objective.
She tried it over and over again, sometimes seeming to do it from too far away, and leaving the doubt as to whether she would expend too much strength to achieve her goal, but the Belgian made it clear that this time it was, without any doubt, the strongest.
Kopecky, who already had yesseven world championships on the track, he was left alone with 5.5 kilometers to gowhen he was finally able to release the last of his rivals, the Danish Cecilie Ludwig who finally ended up losing second place.
The Belgian was able to enjoy and savor the title crossing the finish line alone as a new and great champion, happening to the Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten. The silver medal went to the Dutch Demi Vollering and the bronze to Ludwig.
The 154.1 kilometers of the route between Loch Lomond and Glasgow, with seven laps on the hard, selective and complicated layout of the Scottish city, were completed by Lotte Kopecky in a time of 4h.02m.12s. at an average of 38,175 km/h.