Carolin Schiff makes huge solo effort to take victory at women's Unbound Gravel 200

The German woman takes a massive solo victory, some 15 minutes ahead of runner-up, Sofia Gomez Villafañe

Carolin Schiff crossing the line
(Image credit: Future)

Carolin Schiff took an enormous solo win in the Unbound Gravel 200, amid some testing conditions. Riding solo for nearly 100 miles, Schiff was the only woman to finish in under 12 hours with a time of 11:46:39. 

The 37-year-old German was the winner of the first round of the UCI Gravel World Series as well as the US-based Gravel Locos and continues an already stellar season with a notable win at gravel racing's premier event.

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Henry Lord

Henry Lord is a Cycling Weekly Intern. He grew up in southern Maine and was introduced to mountain biking by his dad. Lord grew up racing mountain bikes and cyclocross across the East Coast as well as downhill and XC skiing. He moved out west to Durango, Colorado to start college at Fort Lewis, where in the last two years he has focused on road racing in addition to studying Communication design and marketing.