With the 2015 World Championship Races of Cyclocross over, many Europeans and other international athletes are either putting their feet up until they mount their road or mountain bikes, or get ready to dabble in the last month of international cyclocross races, most of which are the C1 events until the end of February. As with the American Team, we’ve rounded up the social messages from the international athletes.
Both bronze medalists offer gracious warmth for the new world champions: one is a teammate, the other a fellow countryman. Sanne Cant also wishes to rescind the comments she made during the post-race press conference.
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot Retweets a Shared Moment Captured by the UCI
— UCI_Cyclocross (@UCI_CX) January 31, 2015
Marianne Vos Celebrates Bronze in High Style
Sanne Cant on Taking Things Back
2th in World Championship… :-(. Want to get rid of the bad comments on my interview. Wasn't meant that way. @FERRANDPREVOT congrats!!!
— Sanne Cant (@Sannecant) February 1, 2015
Van der Haar, a Gracious Bronze Winner
3th on the World Championships Tabor. Happy and dissapointed. But I raced a good race!! We have a strong winner @mathieuvdpoel!
— Lars van der Haar (@larsvanderhaar) February 1, 2015
David van der Poel, Elite Race Over Too Soon (Finished 33rd)
Race over after 300m, flat tyre. Also not recovered from my sickness, stomach cramps all the race. But super happy with WT @mathieuvdpoel!
— David Van der Poel (@Davidvanderpoel) February 1, 2015
Nys on the End of His Season
Het gevoel dat ik vreesde? Jammer. Hoog tijd dat ik mijn lichaam even rust gun!
— Sven Nys (@sven_nys) February 1, 2015
(Something to the effect of “The feeling that I feared? Too Bad. High time that my body a rest!”)
Ian Field, Mixed Feelings on Results for Britain
Slapped of beginning of last lap when just behind group going for 14th, finished 21st. Happy but annoyed all at the same time!!
— Ian Field (@FieldyCX) February 1, 2015
Hotsauce, Banged and Bruised
Mike Garrigan, Still an Animal
Back in Budapest now licking my wounds from #tabor2015.
— Mike Garrigan (@Mike_Garrigan) February 2, 2015