Imogen Wolff is now firmly into the cyclocross season and got her third top five in as many weeks at the UCI World Cup in France.

The 17-year-old prodigy from Silkstone Common has been in France competing for most of this month.

She picked up second spot at the European Continental Championships Team Relay and then fifth at the World Juniors, both in Pontchateau.

And last Sunday she picked up another fifth place at the UCI World Cup event held in Troyes.

It boosted her UCI points total to 117 as she finished 52 seconds behind race winner and fellow Brit Cat Ferguson.

She was 25 seconds off a podium spot.

Wolff is considered 55th in the world on her points tally but is still in her second year as a junior.

Earlier this year she finished fifth on the road at the junior race of the World Championships held in Glasgow and has her sights set on becoming a professional and an Olympian.

She has a busy winter ahead competing in cyclocross in Europe.