"If I get a good result here, I will qualify for the Olympics cross-country in Paris. Most of the big countries in the top-ten already have enough points, so for qualification I have to focus mainly on the smaller countries. It will be a matter of doing better than them. My goal is to finish in the top five, then I am definitely qualified. The course should suit me normally. It is a built-up circuit, which will make it a fast, hard power race. That suits me. The favourite to win is probably Sofie Heby Pedersen, although it's hard for me to judge the other competition. It has been three years since I competed against them, so I don't really know what to expect. The best thing is to focus on myself. I feel good. I believe in qualifying."
Two days later, she will enter the road race. "I hope my legs will have recovered, because the men's race seemed particularly tough. But I do like the many turns and the short climbs and intervals. The course in Glasgow should suit me normally. The distance is very long though, so it remains to be seen how fresh I will still be in the final."