At 53 kilometres from the finish, the peloton caught the early breakaway riders. The black and yellow formation worked hard and Coryn Labecki put Marianne in perfect position at the front of the group.
Marianne Vos has become cyclocross world champion for the eighth time in her career. In Fayetteville, the 34-year-old Dutch rider trumped Lucinda Brand after an exciting duel in the final sprint.
Marianne Vos has won the national cyclocross title in Rucphen. For Vos, it was her seventh victory in her country’s championship.
Marianne Vos has become second in the first edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes. The rider of Team Jumbo-Visma had to acknowledge her superior in Lizzie Deignan. In the spectacular race, she was the best of the chasing group.
Marianne has finished second at the World Championships on the road. Italy’s Elisa Balsamo defeated the rider of Team Jumbo-Visma in the sprint
Marianne Vos has finished in third place in La Course by Le Tour de France. On the steep arrival in Landerneau, the leader of Team Jumbo-Visma rode a strong race but had to acknowledge her superior in winner Demi Vollering and Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig.
Marianne has won the Amstel Gold Race for the first time in her career. In a thrilling final sprint, the leader of the Team Jumbo-Visma women’s team rushed to her team’s first win on Dutch soil.
Marianne has written the tenth edition of Gent-Wevelgem to her name. The Dutch rider sprinted to first place and gave the Team Jumbo-Visma women’s team its first ever victory.
Marianne has taken her second podium place of the season. A week after her third place in GP Oetingen, the Dutch cyclist sprinted to second place in the second WorldTour race of the season, the Trofeo Binda.
Marianne will continue her cyclocross season on Dutch soil tomorrow at the World Cup race in Hulst. For the multiple world champion, this will mark her first race in the black and yellow outfit of Team Jumbo-Visma.
Saturday’s race in Belgium was Marianne’s first race since she secured the bronze medal at World Championships back in February. After winning the Women’s WorldTour overall title in October, Ethias Cross Essen was a stark contrast to racing on the road.
Marianne took fourth place in Liège-Bastogne-Liège on Sunday. The victory in the Ardennes Classic went to the British Lizzie Deignan…