Viktoriia Yaroshenko wins at the hilly GP Velo Alanya

The ukrainian rider took more than 3 minutes over her pursuer group of 6 riders

Olga Shekel
Viktoriia Yaroshenko
Manon Souyris
From left Olga Shekel, Viktoriia Yaroshenko and Manon Souyris at the final podium

Nobody could follow Viktoriia Yaroshenko’s (Lviv) pace in the first climbs of the one day race, held last saturday from the seaside to the Güzelbag town in the mountains, at more than 850 meters high. The 98 km long parcour accumulated more than 2.000 vertical meters, wich was suited for climbers.

A group of six riders headed by Olga Schekel at the final sprint, came more than 3 minutes later than the winner. The riders frome the french teams in the race, St Michel Auber 93 and Stade Rochelais Charente Maritime showed their good shape reaching 5 of the top ten positions:

1.- Viktoriia Yaroshenko (Lviv) 3:14:48″
2.- Olga Shekel +3:14″
3.- Manon Souyris (Stade Rochelais Charente Maritime) +3:16″
4.- Yuliia Biriukova (Arkea)
5.- Simone Boilard (St. Michel Auber 93)
6.- Natalie Grinczer (Stade Rochelais Charente Maritime) +3:19″
7.- Coralie Demay (St. Michel Auber 93) +3:29″
8.- Hanna Tserakh (Minsk) +4:26″
9.- Valeria Valgonen (Lokosphinx) +4:27″
10.- Barbara Fonseca (St. Michel Auber 93)
11.- Alina Abramenka (Minsk)
12.- Yanina Kuskova (Tashkent City)
13.- India Grangier (Stade Rochelais Charente Maritime) +4:49″
14.- Inna Abaidullina (Lokosphinx) +4:53″
15.- Marina Uvarova (Panorama Hungary) +7:13″
16.- Varvara Fasoi (Eneicat RBH Global) +7:15″
17.- Ganna Solovei (Lviv)
18.- Anna Kulikova (Tashkent City)
19.- Svetlana Pachshenko (Kazakhstan) +7:17″
20.- Maryna Varenyk +7:18″
21.- Aikaterini Eleftheriadou (Greece) +7:44″
22.- Daria Malkova (Russia)
23.- Anhelina Krasko (Minsk)
24.- Elizaveta Archibasova (Adygea) +7:50″
25.- Margarita Syradoeva (Sestroretsk) + 8:06″
Top 25 of the GP Velo Alanya 2022

Watch the video of the race: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmZVxQNZNqM Viktoriia Yaroshenko (right) Olga Shekel (in green) and Manon Souyris (left) leading the bunch in the first climb.

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