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World Cup Chongming: World Cup #5

The start 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island Valentina Bastianelli( Vaiano Solaristech) on a breakaway for  over 50km 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island Peloton climbing the Shanghai Changjiang Tunnel Bridge 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island Peloton on the Shanghai Changjiang Tunnel Bridge 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island Chinese rider Tang Ke Rong trying to attack with about 30km to go 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island The peloton sped up to catch Tang Ke Rong with 20km to go 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island
Winner Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (HTC Highroad Women) 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island Podium 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island Top teams podium 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island World Cup overall leader Annemiek Van Vleuten (Nederland Bloeit) 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: Tour of Chongming Island The signing on board was easy to find 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation, editing or processing permitted without prior, written permission Valentina Bastianelli (Vaiano-Solaritech) attacked from the first kilometre, for a long, solo break 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation, editing
The peloton approaches a crossroads 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation, editing or processing permitted without prior, written permission The Shanghai Changjing Tunnel Bridge 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation, editing or processing permitted without prior, written permission The bunch closed in on Bastianelli on the Shanghai Changjing Tunnel Bridge World Champion, Giorgia Bronzini (Italy) on the Shanghai Changjing Tunnel Bridge 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation, editing or processing permi The bunch exited the bridge and returned to the highway 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation, editing or processing permitted without prior, writt Emma Johansson (Hitec Products) in the bunch - she maintained third in the World Cup series after this race 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation,
The bunch in the heat haze on the long, straight road 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation, editing or processing permitted without prior, written Ina Yoko Teutenberg (HTC-HighRoad) sprints to victory ahead of Elizabeth Armitstead (Garmin-Cervelo) and Charlotte Becker (HTC-HighRoad). Annemiek Van Vleuten (Nederland Bloeit) was fourth and took over the World Cup lead 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE Ina Yoko Teutenberg (HTC-HighRoad) sprints to victory ahead of Elizabeth Armitstead (Garmin-Cervelo) and Charlotte Becker (HTC-HighRoad). Annemiek Van Vleuten (Nederland Bloeit) was fourth and took over the World Cup lead 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE Ina Yoko Teutenberg (HTC-HighRoad) sprints to victory ahead of Elizabeth Armitstead (Garmin-Cervelo) and Charlotte Becker (HTC-HighRoad). Annemiek Van Vleuten (Nederland Bloeit) was fourth and took over the World Cup lead 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE Elizabeth Armitstead (Garmin-Cervelo), Ina Yoko Teutenberg (HTC-HighRoad), Charlotte Becker (HTC-HighRoad) on the podium 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other m The new World Cup leader, Annemiek Van Vleuten (Nederland Bloeit) 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation, editing or processing permitted without pr
Annemiek Van Vleuten (Nederland Bloeit) and Ina Yoko Teutenberg (HTC-HighRoad) at the press conference 		CREDITS: CJ Farquharson 		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT: CJ Farquharson    2011         All rights retained - no copying, printing or other manipulation, editi

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