One of the most interesting national championships on the planet has moved forward on the calendar and has just been held this weekend. The Swiss XCO Championship is one of the highest national levels on the planet. Despite competing on a circuit without a lot of physical toughness, Matthias Flückiger put on a massive display of strength to dominate the race from start to finish.
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Matthias Flückiger dominated the race from start to finish, without real opposition from anyone.
Matthias Flückiger is the 2021 XCO Champion of Switzerland. He deserved it after a race like no other. On a hot, sunny day, cyclists encountered a road that previously included racing with an important tactical element. But it wasn’t like that. Fluckiger went almost from the start and didn’t falter throughout the race. There was really no color in a race of a huge level, illustrating the phenomenal performance of the little kid of the Fluckiger Brothers. Feature 1:14 illustrates the dominance of Thömus biker.
Marcel Guerini, 3, was the surprise of the day
Following him, Nino Schurter rode second throughout the race, although in the final section he saw how Marcel Guerini came very close to his approach, but without calling him in. Of course, Guerini achieved a bronze medal that no one could have imagined at first. Lars Forster and Lukas Flückiger completed the top five on the day.
Top 5 men in the ranking
- Matthias Flückiger
- Nino Shorter +1: 14″
- Marcel Guerini +1:29
- Lars Forster +2: 03″
- Lucas Flückiger +2: 48″
Jolanda Nef is the best in females
Neve, Keeler & Free played the women’s title
The race was much tougher between the women as Jolanda Neff had to take on some fighters Alessandra Keeler and Sina Fry. These three riders took it to another level and it wasn’t until the last lap that Neff consolidated a small but enough advantage to raise his arms in front of Keeler and Frey
Linda Indergand and Ramona Forchini completed the top five on the day, although they are far from a fight for medals.
Female ranking top 5
- Jolanda Nev
- Alessandra Keeler +14″
- Sina Free +37″
- Linda Endergand +2: 21″
- Ramona Fortchini +3: 15″