Cancer researcher becomes first woman to win 4,000km cycling race




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Fiona Kolbinger, 24, rode from Bulgaria to France in 10 days, two hours and 48 minutes

A German cancer researcher has become the first woman to win one of the world’s toughest cycling races in her first ultra-distance event.

Fiona Kolbinger, 24, from Dresden, said she was “so surprised to win” the Transcontinental, which traverses 2,485 miles (4,000km) from Burgas in Bulgaria to Brest in France.

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