|Competitor for Denmark|
|Mountain bike marathon|
|Gold||2014 Pietermaritzburg||Women's race|
|Gold||2012 Ornans||Women's race|
|Gold||2011 Montello||Women's race|
|Bronze||2010 Sankt Wendel||Women's race|
Annika Langvad (born 22 March 1984 in Silkeborg) is a Danish cross-country mountain biker. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she was due to compete in the Women's cross-country at Hadleigh Farm, but pulled out.
In 2014, Langvad competed alongside partner Ariane Kleinhans at the Absa Cape Epic, winning the ladies category. 2014 is the first year that the women's prize purse matched that of the men's and is currently the only race is cycling that boasts this.
- Annika Langvad profile at Cycling Archives
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