Disease reduces Roth Mall in the World Cup

Ipswich (UK) is highlighted in red on the calendar for these last two seasons for Ciutadella veteran cyclist Ruth Moll, who in the past days competed in the 2021 CX World Master Championship. And despite the fact that the ciutadellenca was planted in the capital of the state of Suffolk, 130 kilometers from London, with clear aspirations to the podium, at last it could not be too diminutive and conditioned with a diagnosed acute bronchitis. However, despite not being able to give one hundred percent of his physical and technical conditions, Moll finished in a worthy fourth place, only ten seconds behind the silver medal.

At a circuit that has already hosted the European Championship 2012 and several British events in this winter discipline, Ruth Maul, despite her physical problems, showed her face and achieved more than enough, fighting and finding herself in second place and even coming within 20 seconds of gold. In the end, it is tasteless but it deserves the 4th place in the world.

The CX World Master is the most important event for cyclists over the age of 35 and Mol has been preparing well and in great shape for quite some time.

Mall: “One of my worst days”

After receiving her first global master’s degree in the UK, somewhat grieving Ruth Moll revealed her sad feelings publicly on her social networks, somewhat far from her initial claims. “One of the worst days of the season for me. I made the decision on Wednesday to go to my first World Cup with such enthusiasm, even though I was in the emergency room and diagnosed with acute bronchitis,” she said, being, according to her, “the main reason for not choosing or being able to suffer as Loved. Despite this, I struggled to finish second and took the 20″ gold” distance. The motivation, “We will take it back stronger than ever, we will go back to the World Cup and play it.”

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