Briton Helen Wyman took her third podium spot in two weeks with third place in the cyclo-cross European Championships in Hoogstraten.



The Belgian-based British champion is in fine form at the moment, with second spot in last week’s Koppenberg Cross and another third in the floodlit Nacht van Woerden. The 28 year old Kona rider was understandably delighted with bronze against Europe’s finest.



Reigning World champion Marianne Vos won the gold from fellow Netherlander Daphny Van Den Brand.

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