Early in the second round, the Terpstra had to give way to its rivals. The pace of the two women up front was pretty high and Zeelander dropped to 12th. However, she found her second breath and made her way to a place among the top ten knights. In the last round she came close to sixth, but was the best in the sprint. The divorced McConnell parted ways with rival Risfeds on the penultimate lap and was about a minute before the end. Terpstra had to surrender to the winner for three minutes.
After the World Cup in Albstadt, Terpstra is still in second place with 373 points. The difference is big against McConnell because the Australian now has 620 points. She previously won the World Cup in Brazil. Austrian Mona Mitrollner, who ranked third today, came third with 357 points.
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