We won an American Cyclo-Cross Rider at the Copenhagen Cross with the Women. The stone associated with that victory belonged to Clara Hansinger. The question now is: how did she get that special trophy in her home country?
“I find it even harder to believe I won in Copenhagen,” Honsinger said in a statement. “This is my first success in Belgium, an iconic crossroads like this immediately in front of an amazing audience. It’s more to me than any success in the United States.”
Winning in Copenhagen: That means you can get a stone. Of course you will not carry it only in your back pocket. “I still do not know how to take the trophy home. It will be a challenge to find a good solution. Maybe I should send that stone by mail. It will not be cheap, but that trophy is precious to me. I never want to lose it.”
Being a leader is not easy
Thanks to this victory, Honsinger is also leading the X20 Trophy and maintaining his leading position in the Courtridge. “It’s not easy to retain that number one spot. Then I’m better at harder courses and courses with multiple altimeters like Hendell’s. However, I find myself challenging myself to study technology at Cortridge. See this as an opportunity to learn and better understand.”
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