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Vincent Bostense continues to win in the United States

Vincent Bostense continues to win in the United States

Vincent Bostense continues to win in the United States

Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at 08:38

Vincent Bestense’s win number four in the early cyclocross season. Rider of Team Taste-Group-Hens-Mass Containers was the best in the second round of Charm City Cross in Baltimore, USA.

The Baltimore Cyclocross Riders have been active twice. Last Saturday, the 32-year-old Bastens was already the best at the first crossroads in Baltimore, and he did it again a day later. After an hour of racing, he was five seconds ahead of Curtis White. Christopher Flewins, who became important to us through mountain biking, was also third on stage.

This is the fourth hit of the season for experienced bastards. By the end of September he had already won two cyclocross races in Rochester. He started his new cyclo-cross campaign with eighth place in the Etios Cross of Logan, then finished second in a French C2 cyclo-cross behind Joshua Tuba.

Rochett won in the women
In the women’s race, we saw a different winner compared to the first round in Baltimore. Mahali Rosette, who finished fifth at the first Charm City Cross on Saturday, won. He defeated Canadian American champion Clara Hansinger and promising Katie Klaus by a huge margin.

Bostons, Hansinger and Rosette will be staying in the United States for a while because the first World Cups of the season will take place here. Sunday, October 10 is the time for the first World Cup in Waterloo. The Fayetteville Cyclo-Cross Race will continue on Wednesday, October 13, and the race in Iowa will close the set for the US World Cup on Sunday, October 17.

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