“It was a rooty course, zig-zagging through the orange and red trees. The women’s field started with the men and took off quickly, crunching through the leaves as we went. I tried to stay at what felt like ‘right below threshold’ and brake as little as possible. It didn’t take long for the rooted, hard pack straight-aways and sandy 180s to really take their toll on my core.
I came to welcome the barriers and gravel climb each lap. I just rode myself inside out as usual and ended up with the win.”
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