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    23 September 2023

    Britain’s Pfeiffer Georgi finishes in fourth place in the women’s road race at the European Road Cycling Championships

    Netherlands’ Mischa Bredewold Holds On for Victory, British Champion Finishes Fourth

    In a thrilling display of endurance and skill, Britain’s Pfeiffer Georgi narrowly missed out on a medal by finishing fourth in the women’s road race at the European Road Cycling Championships held at Col du Vam. The race was dominated by Mischa Bredewold from the Netherlands, who maintained a strong lead to secure victory with a four-second advantage over her closest competitors.

    Dutch rider Lorena Wiebes showcased her sprinting prowess as she defeated Belgian world champion Lotte Kopecky in an exhilarating finish to claim second place. This remarkable one-two triumph for the Dutch riders sparked great excitement among their home crowd.

    Pfeiffer Georgi, the talented 22-year-old British champion, showcased immense determination throughout the race. She remained competitive until the closing stages but ultimately finished four seconds behind Lorena Wiebes.

    Impressive Performance by Team GB and Other Notable Riders

    The dynamic duo of Anna Henderson and Pfeiffer Georgi led an attacking British team who animated the entire 131.3km course. Anna Henderson crossed the finish line in eighth place, finishing on the same time as Georgi. The combined efforts of these two riders showcased the depth of talent within the British cycling scene.

    Claire Steels gave a commendable performance and finished in 18th position, while Becky Storrie secured a respectable 39th place. Elinor Barker, renowned for her track achievements with an impressive ten European titles to her name, crossed the line in 54th place after a grueling race.

    Alice Barnes encountered misfortune during the race and unfortunately did not finish due to two crashes within the first two laps. We wish her a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing her back on the road soon.

    Upcoming Men’s Road Race and Introduction to Cycling

    The British team has already achieved remarkable success at this year’s championships with two gold and two silver medals. They will now shift their focus towards Sunday’s men’s road race where they hope to continue their winning streak.

    If you’re inspired by this thrilling display of cycling excellence and want to get into cycling yourself, be sure to check out our special guide that provides valuable insights and tips for beginners!

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