The British Niki Brammeier took the best start in the Lilse Mountains, but soon took over the Dutch world champion at the promises, Inge van der Heijden, the command. On something further away, followed Sels, Cant and Ellen Van Loy. Significant differences were not recorded. In round two we saw six leaders: the five previously listed riders and also Denise Betsema. Of Loy would gradually the role a bit, should solve the problem. The match progressed quickly, no one was really in to escape on the fast course.
Sels struck a sore, but that was again a poem. All we got at the end of the penultimate lap, up to three leaders: Cant, Van der Heijden and Sels. Betsema was not far and was still in the final lap. There found Cant its time has come and in a zone with several loops, she got a small hole. Sels did not close and would be in the sprint for the second place still floored by Betsema. Cant grabs the final ranking of the DVV Verzekeringen Trophy, with 1'35" ahead of Sels. Nikki Brammeier to finish third at 4'03".Sanne Cant, after victory for his people: “Had victory want to Loes Sels donated”
Sanne Cant had in the Parkcross in Maldegem yet to settle with a sixth place, today she was at the party for their own people in Lille. “It's always fun to be here for the fans to win”, was the world champion after recording. “I had, however, no great day”, she opened, “but also not a bad day. The wind blew here today to hard to early only to try. It was better to be in the wheel and with a group on the road.”
So, we had to wait until deep in the last round before they hit. “I'd rather have longer to wait,” she, “but I suddenly had a hole and decided not to wait. Yes, I had Loes gladly taken her the victory to be awarded, but the risk was too great with too Betsema of the party. I am happy that I am here for their own people can win, for the third time already in the rainbow jersey. There are many people who dream of that sweater and I have it now for a year. That makes me quite proud.”