Team KOGA Ladies Season Finale


An intense but successful season draws to a close and the KOGA Ladies of RSF Borken have put together an impressive series of wins and top placings. In the so-called “silly season”, between the end of the Thüringen Rundfahrt and the wheel-Bundesliga finale last weekend in Cottbus, the KOGA Ladies gained another 9 wins and 8 podiums in various circuit races. Wiebke Rodieck and Simona Janke were outstanding in this period, each with 3 wins while Carolin Ship, Yvonne Fiedler and Christina Koep each contributed a victory of their own. With these great results in the bag only Cottbus large wheel-Bundesliga Finale 2015 remained. This double event included an individual time trial over 15 kilometers on Saturday followed by the longest road race in the BL series 127 km away on Sunday. In these final races, the goal was to secure the 2nd place overall team rating as well as the 1st place youth classification for Wiebke Rodieck. An 11th place by Madeleine Ortmüller, 13th by Bianca lust and 17th place by Wiebke Rodieck on Saturday guaranteed a 3rd place in the daily team classification, and tightened the 2nd place overall in the team standings. The next day began the final race of the BL series. Wiebke Rodieck was 2nd overall and finished 3rd on the day while KOGA Ladies Lisa Küllmer and Carolin ship finished 5th and 7th place respectively securing the victory in the team standings. These positive results brought the end of the KOGA Ladies season and locked both the 2nd place in the team standings for the Koga Ladies and the victory for Wiebke Rodieck in the junior standings for Wheel Bundesliga 2015. Twin sister Inga came in 3rd place in the standings. The team management was proud and impressive on this successful season finale.



Janorschke Finishes Top Ten in Stockholm


Stockholm UCI 1.1: The super-fast and frantic 182 kilometers race took riders in and around the city of Stockholm. Janorschke of Team Vorarlberg scraped though narrowing missed the podium, but still took valuable UCI points for the team. The first-time trip to the royal country has thus paid off fully. The 44 Km / h average in 4h 08min and a super hard final sprint made for an exciting race. Team Vorarlberg worked to stay up front and stay involved throughout the race. All attacks in the race were quickly countered, since many teams is angerückt had their Sprinter fraction. Thousands of spectators along the route experienced a thrilling finale. Victor de la Parte, Patrick Hunter and company put Janorschke in the optimally position for the final sprint. Up to 100 meters before the finish podium seemed realistic, but only "almost". With seventh place it should still help the team’s Top Ten Ranking. Second is the Dane Hoelgaard (Team Joker) before Poland Stepniak (Team CCC Sprandi). Daniel Paul is 30, Patrick Hunter 44th, Victor de la Parte 50th, Daniel Lehner 82. - All at the same time. More Information Full Results Janorschke Finishes Top Ten in Stockholm By: team-vorarlberg.at Janorschke finishes seventh place in the high-speed Stockholm UCI 1.1 to secure another top ten performance for Team Vorarlberg!