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Team COOP - Repsol Shows Promising Pace at the Start of the Season

Team COOP - Repsol Shows Promising Pace at the Start of the Season

As the cycling season kicked off with the Tour Down Under from January 12th to 14th, Team COOP - Repsol was geared up for an exhilarating start to the 2024 season. With riders like Mari Hole Mohr, Stine Dale, Stina Kagevi, Camilla Rånes Bye, and India Grangier, the team was poised for success on the challenging roads of Australia.


Promising Beginnings:

The opening stage from Hahndorf to Campbelltown set the stage for Team COOP - Repsol's stellar performance. French rider India Grangier made her mark by joining a breakaway group, showcasing her climbing prowess and securing valuable bonus seconds. Finishing 6th overall in strong competition, Grangier laid a solid foundation for the team's campaign.


Navigating the Challenges:

In the hilly terrain of Glenelg to Stirling, the team rallied to support Grangier and maintain her overall position. Despite the demanding course, Grangier finished 20th, retaining her 6th place standing heading into the decisive final stage.


The Iconic Willunga Hill:

The final stage's ascent up Willunga Hill proved to be the ultimate test for the riders. While Grangier aimed to defend her position, she faced tough competition and finished 21st overall. Despite the challenge, Grangier reflected positively on the team's performance, highlighting her breakthrough on the first stage as a standout moment.


Stine Dale's Remarkable Performance:

Stine Dale's impressive showing on the final stage earned her recognition as the "Most Competitive Rider," adding to the team's achievements in the Tour Down Under. Dale's fearless approach and determination resonated with fans and teammates alike, underscoring the team's spirit of excellence.


Continuing the Journey:

The team's Australian campaign continued with the Deakin University Elite Women's Road Race in Geelong. Despite facing tough competition, the riders remained optimistic, with Grangier aiming for a top 20 finish. Although the desired result was not achieved, Grangier departed Australia with a sense of progress and determination to build on her performance.



As Team COOP - Repsol reflects on their Australian tour, they carry with them valuable lessons and experiences that will shape their journey ahead. With a strong start to the season and a resilient team spirit, they are poised to replicate past successes and continue their pursuit of excellence in the world of cycling. Stay tuned as the team embarks on new challenges and endeavors in the 2024 season.


Photo/Source - Team COOP - Repsol official website


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