Gladys Verhulst: “There was a superb good atmosphere there within the French team. The roles of each of us had been determined by Julien Guiborel, and it worked. That’s really nice. The Chambéry Grand Prix is a competition that offers two “climbers”, and the finish is judged five hundred metres after a small wall with high percentages. I tried to get out twice, and the competitor who was with me came back to me twice. We ended up almost on the spot as on the track! This success does me a lot of good, because I was not too at the party since the Samyn. Here, the course also presented uneven, this proves that I can respond present on more rugged courses, and therefore opens up other perspectives”.
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