Annika Zen wins overall world cup in handbike

Annika Zen wins overall world cup in handbike

With a double win at the World Cup in Quebec City, Canada, Annika Zane once again proved her top class. Bonn’s hand biker won the overall World Cup.

Annika Zen won the overall world cup in handbike. At the final World Cup race in Quebec City, Canada, the Bonn native again competed in a different league and won both the road race and the time trial.

Zayn has won five of six World Cup races this season, once only finishing second in the time trial. In Quebec City, the 37-year-old initially confidently took first place in the time trial. The next day she ran away from her constant rival Francesca Porcelato in the road race. After 1:48.16 hours, Zen crossed the finish line five seconds ahead of the Italian. Third 85 seconds ago went to Brazil’s Jedi Malvazi.

Next weekend is the highlight of the season: the Paracycling World Championships will take place in Bai-Comou from Thursday to Sunday. Paralympic champion Annika Zane then wants to defend her world title from the previous year and is the top favorite in the race. There is a target of two gold medals in road race and time trial. The German champions have already won European titles in both disciplines this season. SCLD

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