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WTCS Pontevedra 2023 results: Full finishing order and times as world title decided in Spain

Full details on an epic day in Spain

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The WTCS Grand Finals in Pontevedra provided more epic action in Spain on Sunday as Britain’s Beth Potter was crowned world champion for 2023.

The Leeds-based Scot romped to a sensational success to top the series standings and complete a fantastic season, which also included that hugely impressive win in the recent Paris Test Event.

She was chased home by British team-mate Kate Waugh with French star Cassandre BeaugrandPotter’s nearest rival for the title going into Sunday’s race – taking the final spot on the podium.

WTCS Pontevedra 2023 Full Results

Here is the full finishing order from the race for Elite Men on Saturday

  • 1. Beth Potter (GBR) – 1:53:19
  • 2. Kate Waugh (GBR) – 1:53:37
  • 3. Cassandre Beaugrand (FRA) – 1:53:50
  • 4. Lisa Tertsch (GER) – 1:54:01
  • 5. Rachel Klamer (NED) – 1:54:08
  • 6. Emma Lombardi (FRA) – 1:54:09
  • 7. Sophie Coldwell (GBR) – 1:54:12
  • 8. Julie Derron (SUI) – 1:54:14
  • 9. Noelia Juan (ESP) – 1:54:31
  • 10. Alice Betto (ITA) – 1:54:35
  • 11. Claire Michel (BEL) – 1:54:39
  • 12. Nina Eim (GER) – 1:54:45
  • 13. Jeanne Lehair (LUX) – 1:54:50
  • 14. Yuko Takahashi (JPN) – 1:54:51
  • 15. Kirsten Kasper (USA) – 1:55:17
  • 16. Taylor Spivey (USA) – 1:55:19
  • 17. Lizeth Rueda Santos (MEX) – 1:55:21
  • 18. Miriam Casillas Garcia (ESP) – 1:55:37
  • 19. Katie Zaferes (USA) – 1:55:46
  • 20. Bianca Seregni (ITA) – 1:55:46
  • 21. Natalie Van Coevorden (AUS) – 1:55:51
  • 22. Vittoria Lopes (BRA) – 1:56:00
  • 23. Jaz Hedgeland (AUS) – 1:56:11
  • 24. Rosa Maria Tapia Vidal (MEX) – 1:56:26
  • 25. Melanie Santos (POR) – 1:56:29
  • 26. Anna Godoy Contreras (ESP) – 1:56:32
  • 27. Charlotte McShane (AUS) – 1:56:38
  • 28. Laura Lindemann (GER) – 1:56:41
  • 29. Maya Kingma (NED) – 1:56:42
  • 30. Sophie Linn (AUS) – 1:57:05
  • 31. Zsanett Kuttor-Bragmayer (HUN) – 1:57:26
  • 32. Olivia Mathias (GBR) – 1:57;43
  • 33. Lena Meißner (GER) – 1:57:48
  • 34. Jolien Vermeylen (BEL) – 1:57:50
  • 35. Leonie Periault (FRA) – 1:57:53
  • 36. Tilda Månsson (SWE) 1:58:24
  • 37. Nicole Van Der Kaay (NZL) – 1:58:27
  • 38. Petra Kurikova (CZE) – 1:58:34
  • 39. Ainsley Thorpe (NZL) – 1:58:45
  • 40. Annika Koch (GER) – 1:58:50
  • 41. Alberte Kjær Pedersen (DEN) – 1:58:56
  • 42. Marta Pintanel Raymundo (ESP) – 1:59:03
  • 43. Gwen Jorgensen (USA) – 1:59:03
  • 44. Julia Hauser (AUT) – 1:59:24
  • 45. Lisa Perterer (AUT) 1:59:34
  • 46. Eva Goodisson (NZL) – 1:59:49
  • 47. Marlene Gomez-Göggel (GER) – 1:59:59
  • 48. Solveig Løvseth (NOR) – 2:00:40
  • 49. Sinem Francisca Tous Servera (TUR) – 2:01:13
  • 50. Gina Sereno (USA) – 2:01:19
  • 51. Hiraku Fukuoka (JPN) – 2:01:22
  • 52. Tanja Stroschneider (AUT) – 2:01:28
  • 53. Dominika Jamnicky (CAN) – 2:02:03
  • 54. Valerie Barthelemy (BEL) – 2:02:54
  • 55. Minori Ikeno (JPN) – 2:03:05
  • DNF: Summer Rappaport (USA)
  • DNF: Verena Steinhauser (ITA)
  • DNF: Djenyfer Arnold (BRA)
  • DNF: Erika Ackerlund (USA)
  • DNS: Sara Guerrero Manso (ESP)
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