Dijon is an iconic race in East France. The circuit is located right in city-center between two roundabouts. There is a slight incline on one side and since there are 18 laps it gets quite difficult towards the end. Our Ana Odlazek started in a main peloton which stayed compact until 6th lap, when she decided to attack and try a breakaway.
Ana Odlazek will race in World Inline Cup in season 2016 and first European race was in Rennes. Heavy rain and hard 2.3km circuit meant for a hard race without a strong team attacks kept going and were caught. Ana Odlazek held the main peloton until 2 laps to go, when for a brief moment she lost contact and even though she reached the peloton she wasted too much energy to contest in final sprint. She finished 8th, right after main bunch.
German Inline Cup is still very prestigious event and this year our competitors have taken few more races from it to get a good feeling. And it really was a good feeling as Ana Odlazek finished 7th, although he did not go to all races, Tadeja Donko finished 20th with even less races raced. On men team Peter Korez was 98th (raced on just 2 races), while others raced just Berlin marathon and were ranked lower.
Ana Odlazek has finished 5th on last race for Austrian Inline Cup on Salzburg-ring and this was not enough to pass Sussane Fuchs on first spot for general classification of Austrain Inline Cup.
Ana Odlazek has finished 2nd in Linz this year where first three competitors were a skating frame apart on finish line. Tadeja Donko competed our club success with winning the main peloton sprint and ending 9th in absolute women rankings. This year also men did improve a lot, with Peter Korez finishing 14th and Grega Jancigar 31st, while Crt Mori (71st) and Jure Likar (100th), provided some support on start.