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Last Updated: Sunday, 30 July 2006, 16:10 GMT 17:10 UK
Cooke storms to Denmark victory
Nicole Cooke
Cooke is closing on a second World Cup title
Nicole Cooke's Univega Raleigh Lifeforce team have won the Women's Golden Hour team time trial in Denmark to strengthen her World Cup hold.

Racing with Priska Doppmann, Christaine Soeder, Karin Thurig, Sarah Duster and Joanne Kiesanowski, the Welsh star, 23, edged Buetenpoort Flexpoint to second.

The win contributes 35 points to Cooke's World Cup lead of 118.

There are three rounds to go, with France and Holland worth 75 points to the winner and Germany 150 points.


Ladies Golden Hour World Cup:

1 Univega Pro Cycling Team 52.03
2 Buitenpoort Flexpoint 0.03
3 AA Drink Cycling Team 1.22
4 Equipe Nuernberger 1.22
5 T-Mobile Professional Cycling Team 1.35


World Cup standings:

1. Nicole Cooke (GB) 354 points
2. Judith Arndt (Ger) 236 pts
3. Susanne Ljungskog (Swe) 197 pts
4. Oenone Wood (Aus) 170 pts
5. Annette Beutler (Swi) 166 pts

Remaining World Cup rounds:

Grand Prix Plouay, France (26 August)
Rotterdam Tour, Holland (3 September)
Rund um die Nurnberger Altstadt, Germany (10 September)


SEE ALSO
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28 May 06 |  Cycling


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