Estonian cyclist Janika Lõiv placed seventeenth in the women's mountain biking event at the Tokyo Olympics Tuesday.
Lõiv, 31, put in a time of 1:23.17, seven-and-a-half minutes behind race winner and gold medalist Jolanda Neff (Switzerland) on the 4,100-meter course.
Switzerland in fact took a clean sweep, with Silver (Sina Freid) and Bronze (Linda Indergand) taking the medals home.
A total of 38 women took part in the race. The course has a 150-meter vertical height difference across its length.
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