Tom Pidcock continued his excellent form in 2017 by winning his second consecutive under-23 race at the Telenet UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup.
The British rider - still the reigning junior world cyclo-cross champion - took the win in Bogense, Denmark, breaking clear of Belgium’s Eli Iserbyt to take the win by 15 seconds.
It was a reversal of fortunes for Pidcock, representing Telenet Fidea Lions, who was narrowly beaten by Iserbyt in the European championships earlier this month.
It means Pidcock has a 100% record in this season’s world cup, adding victory in Denmark to his earlier win in Koksijde.
In the elite women’s race, Helen Wyman finished second, behind the world and European champion Sanne Cant of Belgium.
Wyman, racing for Kona Factory Team, finished nine seconds behind Cant and currently stands seventh in the standings.
Nikki Brammeier of Boels Dolmans CyclingTeam finished tenth - just under two minutes behind Cant.
The next round takes place this weekend in Zeven, Germany.