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GP Suisse Féminin- CDM

Switzerland, September 8, 2002

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The eighth and penultimate event of the UCI Women's Road World Cup, the Grand Prix Suisse Féminin, will be held Sunday in Embrach, Switzerland, near Zurich. This is the fifth edition of this race, which this year will take place on a new circuit of 10.8kms, with two climbs exceeding 7%. The race will tackle the course 11 times, for a total distance of 118.8km. German Petra Rossner (Saturn) currently leads the general classification of the 2002 World Cup, but is only six points clear of Dutch rider Mirjam Melchers (Farm Frites-Hartol). The final round of the World Cup will take place next week in Rotterdam.

Past Winners

2001 Susanne Ljungskog (Swe)
2000 Pia Sundstedt (Fin)
1999 Anna Millward (Aus)
1998 Zulfia Zabirova (Rus)