Laura Trott, the reigning European Track Champion is hopeful about making it big in the upcoming Manchester Track Cycling UCI World Cup. The leading Brit rider is confident about her possibilities in the team pursuit and ominum of the Manchester competition.
The 1st round of 2013-14 track Cycling UCI World Cup is going to be the 1st time that team pursuit Great Britain squad would be scaled against the best of the world’s.
However, with her world record and gold medal from Apeldoorn as well as against-the-odds winner’s medal, Laura seems really positive about a strong performance at Manchester. “The Euro Championship went quite great for me. Certainly the ominum win mean struggle but then I ended up with gold”, stated Trott while reflecting on her grand feat at European Track Championships. “My leg feels pretty good now. I had few ups & downs the previous week and also at the Euros. But now I am feeling much better & it obviously feels as if I have been able to come back.”
“A win is a win, even it was just by point 4”, Trott continued stressing on albeit she Kirsten Wild ended ominum on tie yet it was the Brit who was awarded with the gold medal following the calculation of sum of timed events at the European Championship.
“I am hoping to repeat here what I did at the Euros”, Trott remarked while speaking about here aspirations regarding the World Championship. “Obviously it would be harder here as you have got the Australians, the Americans & the Chinese that certainly makes this field harder and bigger by a great extent.”
Along with Trott, the Great Britain squad for the UCI World Cup at Manchester comprises of Danu King, Katie Archibals, Elinor Barker & Joanna Rowsell. All of them had a fabulous supremacy in the team pursuit event of the European Track Championship.