Marianne Vos world cup leaders jersey

Standings updated after Fleche Wallonne (April 23rd, 2008)

Marianne Vos now sits on top of the world rankings and the women's world cup standings after round five. The Dutch girl has also won world titles on the road, track and dirt and will be the one to watch at Beijing this year.


1. Marianne Vos (NED) DSB Bank 152 points

2. Suzanne De Goede (NED) Team Nürnberger 131

3. Judith Arndt (GER) Team High Road 117

4. Emma Pooley (GBR) Specialized 99

5. Marta Bastianelli (ITA) Safi Pasta 86

6. Chantal Beltman (NED) Team High Road 81

7. Katheryn Curi Mattis (USA) Webcor 75

8. Ina Teutenberg (GER) Team High Road 70

9. Kristin Armstrong (USA) Cervelo Lifeforce 61

10. Oenone Wood (AUS) Team High Road 61

11. Julia Martisova (RUS) Gauss RDZ 60

12. Rochelle Gilmore (AUS) Menikini Selle Italia 57

13. Alex Wrubleski (CAN) Webcor 54

14. Emma Rickards (AUS) Cervelo Lifeforce 53

15. Kirsten Wild (NED) AA Drink 53

16. Emma Johansson (SWE) AA Drink 45

17. Miho Oki (JPN) Menikini Selle Italia 40

18. Nicole Brändli (SUI) Bigla 40

19. Diana Ziliute (LTU) Safi Pasta 35

20. Amber Neben (USA) Flexpoint 27

22. Nicole Cooke (GBR) Halfrods Bikehut 24


Round 1: 24/02 Geelong, Australia results

Round 2: 24/03 Trofeo Alfredo Binda, Italy results

Round 3: 06/04 Tour of Flanders, Belgium results

Round 4: 12/04 Ronde Van Drenthe, Netherlands results

Round 5: 24/04 La Fleche Wallonne Feminine, Belgium results/report

Round 6: 04/05 Tour de Berne, Switzerland

Round 7: 31/05 La Coupe du Monde Feminine de Montreal, Canada

Round 8: 30/07Open de Suede Vargarda, Sweden

Round 9: 01/08 Open de Suede Vargarda TTT, Sweden

Round 10: 24/08 GP de Plouay-Bretagne, France

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