On Sunday, the elite-sub23 race of the III Trofeo Valladolid de Féminas Rosa Bravo was held, the eighth qualifying round for the Cofidis Féminas Spanish Cup. In the race, the local cyclist Isabel Martín was third and the top 10 at the finish line allows Susana Pérez to continue leading in sub-23. The team was second after great attrition.
As far as the test is concerned, it had the leading role of a hard fall in the first bars of the 128 kilometres of route. The organization because of this decision to cut mileage. The UCI Rio Miera-Cantabria Deporte team runner Isabel Martín managed to be with the best from the beginning and reach the finish line with options for victory. For her it was a special appointment because she was running at home and she knew the arrival very well. After a phenomenal sprint, she managed to finish in third position. Susana Pérez came tenth and added a good number of points to continue being the leader in the sub-23 category. Carolina Esteban entered her wheel and the team was second by squads. </ P>
In the general under-23 Susana Pérez is first while Carolina Esteban is second. In the last test on Sunday, June 19 in Sueca, up to four runners will fight to take the precious leader’s jersey to their showcases in this competitive category.
For the Sports Director Aida Nuño “the race was marked by the crash at kilometre 10, when the breakaway had already been made, which caused the route to be shortened. Isa was in the lead group, she is a fast runner and besides Valladolid so she knew the finish perfectly. We played with her and we were able to have the third-place prize. Behind the scenes, the team worked so that Susana obtained the maximum possible points at the finish line to reach the last test in Sueca with the highest possible income. We hope to have good news from the Laboral Kutxa runner who had the fall and we hope that she has a speedy recovery”.