Marion Voss: “There will be a break after the World Cup in the United States”
Friday, October 8, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.
Marion Voss is yet to retire after an intense road season. The Jumbo-Wisma Rider finished second at the Paris-Rupex last Sunday and will be at the start of the first Cyclo-Cross World Cup this season in Waterloo, USA.
One week after the end of the second season for women in the first edition of the Paris-Rabai Boys, Vos will be on the field for the first three World Cups in the United States. The World Cup Circus kicks off in Waterloo on Sunday, followed by Foydeville (Wednesday, October 13) and Iowa City (Sunday, October 17). However, Vos opts for a longer leisure time after these matches.
“It’s the early kick-off of the cross season, but going back to the field after last weekend’s Paris-Rupees does not seem like a big step,” Vos begins his story on the Jumbo-Wisma website. “I do not have high expectations right now, but I’m interested in where I stand during the road season.
After the game in Iowa, we didn’t see Vos on the field for long. “After the World Cup in the United States, there will be a break and I will resume the tournament in December.”
In our comprehensive preview of the World Cup Cyclo-Cross in Waterloo, you can read all about the history of the race, the course and the favorites for next Sunday.
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