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Vuelta a Burgos Féminas: Matilde Vitillo wins stage 2 in photo finish

Early breakaway narrowly survives to contest finish in Aguilar de Campoo.

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Matilde Vitillo (Bepink) narrowly beat Nina Buijsman (Human Powered Health) to win stage 2 of the Vuelta a Burgos Féminas.

After a tense closing kilometre, the day’s early breakaway survived to the finish in Aguilar de Campoo but it came down to a matter of centimetres to decide the winner, with the victory going to the Italian after almost 90km out front.

Also read: Vuelta a Burgos Féminas: Kopecky powers to victory on stage 1

With the seven-rider break finishing six seconds ahead of the chasing peloton, Colombia’s Jennifer Ducuara (Colombia Tierra de Atletas) takes the race lead from Lotte Kopecky (SD Worx).

“We went in the breakaway after 40km and it was so hard,” Vitillo said at the finish.

“We were only seven – better than yesterday, when we were only three, so it was good. I was with my teammate [Nora Jenčušová], she helped me so much. In the sprint I gave all that I had and it went so good. I didn’t expect that, it was crazy.

“It’s a surprise, it’s definitely a surprise. I tried to go in a breakaway and show myself on TV, but I didn’t expect this, for sure.”

How it happened

Stage 2 of the Vuelta a Burgos Féminas rolled out from Sasamón on Friday morning with 128km of undulating roads facing the peloton on the way to Aguilar de Campoo. With only two category three climbs to contend with and a flat finish, the stage looked on paper like another potential sprint stage after Kopecky’s win on stage 1.

Three riders were missing from the start line in Sasamón: Clairse Steels (Sopela) and Elisabet Escursell (Bepink) did not finish stage one, and Lija Laizane (Eneicat-RBH Global) pulled out ahead of the stage 2 start. 

When the flag dropped, Mieke Kröger (Human Powered Health) and mountains classification leader Lara Vieceli (Ceratizit-WNT) broke away in the first few kilometres, but couldn’t establish a gap of more than ten seconds and were reeled back in after only seven kilometres of racing. The breakaway attempts didn’t let up after Kröger and Vieceli were caught, but no one could get away in what was a much faster start to the stage than on Thursday. 

The main news in the first 25km of racing was that Marta Cavalli (FDJ-Nouvelle Aquitaine-Futuroscope) had abandoned after being involved in a crash. The Amstel Gold and Flèche Wallonne winner finished safely in the bunch on stage 1 and had been among the favourites for the weekend’s climbing stages. Her team confirmed she had been taken to hospital for checks. 

At the 35km completed mark, a more substantial group of riders eventually managed to break clear: Nina Buijsman (Human Powered Health), Matilde Vitillo, Nora Jenčušová (Bepink), Jennifer Ducuara (Colombia Tierra de Atletas), Aranza Villalón (Eneicat-RBH Global), Maaike Coljé (Massi Tactic) and Vieceli forged ahead in the run in to the first categorised climb of the day. Clearly keen to chase as many mountains points as possible, Vieceli was once again on the attack. Of the seven leaders, only one, Jennifer Ducuara, was on the same general classification time as stage one winner Kopecky, with everyone else 2 minutes or more behind. 

Happy for the leaders to be the break of the day, the peloton slowed slightly and the gap grew to almost three minutes. Natalia Franco (WCC Team) and Catalina Soto (Bizkaia Durango) took advantage of the slight lull to attempt to bridge to the break, followed by moves from Jeanne Korevaar (Liv Racing Xstra) and Andrea Ramírez (Massi Tactic) but with the gap growing to over five minutes, it was a tough ask. Franco and Soto got to within 3 minutes of the leaders, but Korevaar and Ramirez couldn’t get further than the no man’s land between the peloton and the chasers.

On the first categorised climb of the day, the Alto de Amaya, it was Nina Buijsman who took the maximum six points, with mountains jersey wearer Vieceli taking four to add to her lead in the classification. 

Heading into the final 50km of racing, the leaders’ advantage was seven minutes over the peloton with Franco and Soto still stuck between the two groups as the race took on the uncategorised by tough climbs of the Burgos region. Going into the 40km-to-go mark, SD Worx and Canyon-SRAM upped the pace on the front of the bunch and the gap to the seven leaders began to slowly come down. Further down in the peloton, a touch of wheels saw Grace Brown (FDJ-Nouvelle Aquitaine-Futuroscope) and Selam Amha (WCC Team) on the ground, but both were quickly back riding. 

Coming to the top of the category three Alto de Humada, Nina Buijsman again showed her intent and swept up the maximum mountains points, but Vieceli was close in second over the line and will keep hold of the jersey going into stage three, with a total of 14 points to Buijsman’s 12. 

As the peloton crested the climb and Canyon-SRAM forced a high pace on the descent, several riders found themselves out the back of the bunch, including Urška Žigart (BikeExchange-Jayco) who had to chase back on after a small crash. The injection of pace saw the gap shrink to 4 minutes as the peloton caught the chasing pair of Soto and Franco, but once the roads flattened out and crosswinds affected the peloton, the gap stabilised again.

With still 3 minutes 45 seconds of an advantage going into the final 20km of the stage, the race looked to be going in the favour of the breakaway, but by the 10km to go mark the lead had been cut to 1 minute 36 seconds and it looked like the chase would go right down to the wire. On the lumpy run in to the finish, some attacks from the GC contenders disrupted the organised chase, but the pace was still higher in the peloton than in seven-rider leading group with the gap dipping below a minute in the final 5km – but it wasn’t coming down quickly.

It was a nail-biting finish as the breakaway went under the flamme rouge with a slender 20 seconds advantage but they narrowly managed to hold off the break going into the final metres of the race. Bepink’s Matilde Vitillo opened up her sprint first, but Nina Buijsman was coming up fast from behind, with the two crossing the separated by only a matter of centimetres. Despite Buijsman’s effort, the photo finish went the way of the Italian rider with Matilde Vitillo claiming her first victory as a professional. Vieceli rounded out the podium in third.

The breakaway finished six seconds ahead of the charging peloton, meaning Jennifer Ducuara now leads the general classification over yesterday’s stage winner Lotte Kopecky. Kopecky won the sprint for 8th, securing enough to hold onto her lead in the points classification. The mountains classification and young rider jerseys are retained by Lara Vieceli and Emma Norsgaard (Movistar) respectively. 

After two flat finishes, stage 3 brings the first uphill finale of the 2022 Vuelta a Burgos, with two category three climbs in the last 30km of the 113km stage. 

Vuelta a Burgos Feminas Stage 2 Results

Stage
RankNameTeamTime
1VITILLO MatildeBepink 3:17:58
2BUIJSMAN NinaHuman Powered Health0:00
3VIECELI LaraCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling0:00
4VILLALÓN Aranza ValentinaEneicat - RBH Global0:00
5JENČUŠOVÁ NoraBepink 0:01
6DUCUARA JenniferColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano0:01
7COLJÉ MaaikeMassi - Tactic Women Team0:01
8KOPECKY LotteTeam SD Worx0:07
9NORSGAARD EmmaMovistar Team0:07
10DRONOVA-BALABOLINA TamaraRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad0:07
11BORGHESI LetiziaEF Education-TIBCO-SVB0:07
12NEUMANOVA TerezaLiv Racing Xstra0:07
13KESSLER NinaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:07
14NIEWIADOMA KatarzynaCanyon//SRAM Racing0:07
15ALONSO SandraCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling0:07
16LE NET MarieFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:07
17GASPARRINI Eleonora CamillaValcar - Travel & Service0:07
18MACKAIJ FloortjeTeam DSM0:07
19PALADIN SorayaCanyon//SRAM Racing0:07
20ASENCIO LauraCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling0:07
21DOEBEL-HICKOK KristaEF Education-TIBCO-SVB0:07
22DIDERIKSEN AmalieTrek - Segafredo0:07
23LIPPERT LianeTeam DSM0:07
24DRUMMOND MichaelaBepink 0:07
25ROY SarahCanyon//SRAM Racing0:07
26ARZUFFI Alice MariaValcar - Travel & Service0:07
27GILL NadineSopela Women's Team0:07
28NERLO AurelaMassi - Tactic Women Team0:07
29CHABBEY EliseCanyon//SRAM Racing0:07
30LABOUS JulietteTeam DSM0:07
31KOCH FranziskaTeam DSM0:07
32SANTESTEBAN AneTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:07
33VAN ANROOIJ ShirinTrek - Segafredo0:07
34PATIÑO Paula AndreaMovistar Team0:07
35GARCÍA MaviUAE Team ADQ0:07
36UIJEN EliseTeam DSM0:07
37BAUR CarolineRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad0:07
38MUZIC ÉvitaFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:07
39KERN ŠpelaMassi - Tactic Women Team0:07
40TON QuintyLiv Racing Xstra0:07
41COLMENARES Yeny LorenaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano0:07
42FAULKNER KristenTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:07
43BROWN GraceFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:07
44KOREVAAR JeanneLiv Racing Xstra0:07
45PERSICO SilviaValcar - Travel & Service0:07
46AMIALIUSIK AlenaCanyon//SRAM Racing0:07
47PEPERKAMP EsméeTeam DSM0:07
48BORGLI StineFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:07
49NILSSON HannaCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling0:07
50LUDWIG Cecilie UttrupFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:07
51FISHER-BLACK NiamhTeam SD Worx0:07
52EWERS VeronicaEF Education-TIBCO-SVB0:07
53THOMAS LeahTrek - Segafredo0:07
54LARRARTE EukeneBizkaia Durango0:07
55HAMMES KathrinEF Education-TIBCO-SVB0:07
56SHACKLEY AnnaTeam SD Worx0:07
57SPRATT AmandaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:07
58MALCOTTI BarbaraHuman Powered Health0:07
59VALLIERES MagdeleineEF Education-TIBCO-SVB0:07
60VOLLERING DemiTeam SD Worx0:07
61WILLIAMS GeorgiaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:07
62ROOIJAKKERS PaulienaCanyon//SRAM Racing0:07
63MARTÍN SaraMovistar Team0:07
64BRAND LucindaTrek - Segafredo0:15
65BIANNIC AudeMovistar Team0:30
66HOSKING ChloeTrek - Segafredo0:30
67HERRERA EstefaníaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano2:22
68WRIGHT SophieUAE Team ADQ2:22
69COUTINHO AliceSopela Women's Team2:22
70STANNARD ElizabethValcar - Travel & Service2:22
71RODRÍGUEZ SofiaBizkaia Durango2:22
72MENESES JesseniaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano2:22
73FRANCO NataliaWCC Team2:22
74MENDEZ IreneBizkaia Durango2:22
75BARIL OliviaValcar - Travel & Service2:22
76GONZÁLEZ LucíaBizkaia Durango2:22
77JASKULSKA MartaLiv Racing Xstra2:22
78PATUELLI AlessiaUAE Team ADQ2:22
79ZABELINSKAYA OlgaRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad2:22
80CANTERA InesRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad2:22
81TRIAS MireiaMassi - Tactic Women Team2:22
82STIASNY PetraRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad2:22
83MORENO Sara JulianaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano2:22
84YONAMINE EriHuman Powered Health2:22
85WILLIAMS LilyHuman Powered Health2:22
86QUAGLIOTTO NadiaBepink 2:22
87CORDON-RAGOT AudreyTrek - Segafredo2:25
88SOTO Catalina AnaisBizkaia Durango6:44
89PIRRONE ElenaValcar - Travel & Service6:56
90ŽIGART UrškaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco6:56
91VARENYK MarynaEneicat - RBH Global7:08
92FASOI VarvaraEneicat - RBH Global7:08
93EBERLE LanaCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling7:08
94LEBEDZ DziyanaWCC Team7:08
95SAVI PriscaBepink 7:08
96GOMEZ IrisBizkaia Durango7:08
97BENITO MireiaMassi - Tactic Women Team7:08
98ROLAND LucianaWCC Team7:08
99GUARISCHI BarbaraMovistar Team7:08
100TOMASI LauraUAE Team ADQ7:08
101TASANE ElinaWCC Team7:08
102BARRAJON CristinaSopela Women's Team7:08
103RAMIREZ AndreaMassi - Tactic Women Team7:08
104SANABRIA AnaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano7:08
105KRÖGER MiekeHuman Powered Health11:06
106RAAIJMAKERS MaritHuman Powered Health11:06
107FOURNIER RoxaneTeam SD Worx11:06
108JANDOVÁ VeronikaWCC Team11:06
109AMHA SelamWCC Team11:06
110FERRERES IsabelSopela Women's Team15:31
111BANLLES MariaSopela Women's Team15:31
112ISASI ZiortzaEneicat - RBH Global15:31
GC
RankNameTeamTime
1DUCUARA JenniferColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano6:39:48
2KOPECKY LotteTeam SD Worx0:06
3NORSGAARD EmmaMovistar Team0:06
4DRONOVA-BALABOLINA TamaraRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad0:06
5NEUMANOVA TerezaLiv Racing Xstra0:06
6KESSLER NinaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:06
7MACKAIJ FloortjeTeam DSM0:06
8PALADIN SorayaCanyon//SRAM Racing0:06
9BORGHESI LetiziaEF Education-TIBCO-SVB0:06
10LE NET MarieFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:06
11GASPARRINI Eleonora CamillaValcar - Travel & Service0:06
12DIDERIKSEN AmalieTrek - Segafredo0:06
13DOEBEL-HICKOK KristaEF Education-TIBCO-SVB0:06
14ASENCIO LauraCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling0:06
15CHABBEY EliseCanyon//SRAM Racing0:06
16NIEWIADOMA KatarzynaCanyon//SRAM Racing0:06
17LABOUS JulietteTeam DSM0:06
18NERLO AurelaMassi - Tactic Women Team0:06
19ARZUFFI Alice MariaValcar - Travel & Service0:06
20GARCÍA MaviUAE Team ADQ0:06
21PATIÑO Paula AndreaMovistar Team0:06
22GILL NadineSopela Women's Team0:06
23KERN ŠpelaMassi - Tactic Women Team0:06
24BAUR CarolineRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad0:06
25LIPPERT LianeTeam DSM0:06
26VAN ANROOIJ ShirinTrek - Segafredo0:06
27SANTESTEBAN AneTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:06
28FAULKNER KristenTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:06
29LARRARTE EukeneBizkaia Durango0:06
30ROY SarahCanyon//SRAM Racing0:06
31UIJEN EliseTeam DSM0:06
32KOREVAAR JeanneLiv Racing Xstra0:06
33FISHER-BLACK NiamhTeam SD Worx0:06
34SPRATT AmandaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:06
35BROWN GraceFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:06
36LUDWIG Cecilie UttrupFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:06
37MUZIC ÉvitaFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:06
38VOLLERING DemiTeam SD Worx0:06
39MARTÍN SaraMovistar Team0:06
40THOMAS LeahTrek - Segafredo0:06
41NILSSON HannaCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling0:06
42BORGLI StineFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:06
43SHACKLEY AnnaTeam SD Worx0:06
44EWERS VeronicaEF Education-TIBCO-SVB0:06
45WILLIAMS GeorgiaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco0:06
46ROOIJAKKERS PaulienaCanyon//SRAM Racing0:06
47PERSICO SilviaValcar - Travel & Service0:19
48AMIALIUSIK AlenaCanyon//SRAM Racing0:19
49BRAND LucindaTrek - Segafredo0:38
50BIANNIC AudeMovistar Team0:56
51HOSKING ChloeTrek - Segafredo1:46
52WILLIAMS LilyHuman Powered Health2:21
53BARIL OliviaValcar - Travel & Service2:21
54MENESES JesseniaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano2:21
55STANNARD ElizabethValcar - Travel & Service2:34
56RODRÍGUEZ SofiaBizkaia Durango2:37
57COLJÉ MaaikeMassi - Tactic Women Team2:52
58ALONSO SandraCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling2:58
59KOCH FranziskaTeam DSM2:58
60TON QuintyLiv Racing Xstra2:58
61PEPERKAMP EsméeTeam DSM2:58
62CORDON-RAGOT AudreyTrek - Segafredo3:30
63VITILLO MatildeBepink 3:48
64JENČUŠOVÁ NoraBepink 3:49
65BUIJSMAN NinaHuman Powered Health3:51
66VIECELI LaraCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling3:53
67COLMENARES Yeny LorenaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano3:58
68MALCOTTI BarbaraHuman Powered Health3:58
69HAMMES KathrinEF Education-TIBCO-SVB4:00
70VALLIERES MagdeleineEF Education-TIBCO-SVB4:00
71DRUMMOND MichaelaBepink 4:04
72GONZÁLEZ LucíaBizkaia Durango5:13
73TRIAS MireiaMassi - Tactic Women Team5:13
74PATUELLI AlessiaUAE Team ADQ5:13
75MENDEZ IreneBizkaia Durango6:10
76CANTERA InesRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad6:10
77FRANCO NataliaWCC Team6:13
78ZABELINSKAYA OlgaRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad6:13
79WRIGHT SophieUAE Team ADQ6:15
80JASKULSKA MartaLiv Racing Xstra6:15
81QUAGLIOTTO NadiaBepink 6:15
82YONAMINE EriHuman Powered Health6:19
83VILLALÓN Aranza ValentinaEneicat - RBH Global6:40
84EBERLE LanaCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling7:07
85STIASNY PetraRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad8:57
86MORENO Sara JulianaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano9:02
87VARENYK MarynaEneicat - RBH Global9:35
88PIRRONE ElenaValcar - Travel & Service9:47
89HERRERA EstefaníaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano9:47
90BENITO MireiaMassi - Tactic Women Team9:59
91GUARISCHI BarbaraMovistar Team9:59
92TOMASI LauraUAE Team ADQ9:59
93ŽIGART UrškaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco10:47
94FASOI VarvaraEneicat - RBH Global10:56
95SAVI PriscaBepink 10:56
96ROLAND LucianaWCC Team10:59
97LEBEDZ DziyanaWCC Team11:05
98COUTINHO AliceSopela Women's Team11:26
99FOURNIER RoxaneTeam SD Worx11:29
100SOTO Catalina AnaisBizkaia Durango13:24
101GOMEZ IrisBizkaia Durango13:48
102RAMIREZ AndreaMassi - Tactic Women Team13:48
103SANABRIA AnaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano14:33
104AMHA SelamWCC Team14:54
105RAAIJMAKERS MaritHuman Powered Health15:03
106BARRAJON CristinaSopela Women's Team16:12
107TASANE ElinaWCC Team16:12
108JANDOVÁ VeronikaWCC Team20:10
109BANLLES MariaSopela Women's Team24:35
110KRÖGER MiekeHuman Powered Health25:42
111ISASI ZiortzaEneicat - RBH Global27:55
112FERRERES IsabelSopela Women's Team33:37
Points
RankNameTeamPoints
1KOPECKY LotteTeam SD Worx33
2VITILLO MatildeBepink 25
3NEUMANOVA TerezaLiv Racing Xstra24
4NORSGAARD EmmaMovistar Team23
5DRONOVA-BALABOLINA TamaraRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad20
6BUIJSMAN NinaHuman Powered Health20
7VIECELI LaraCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling16
8VILLALÓN Aranza ValentinaEneicat - RBH Global14
9KESSLER NinaTeam BikeExchange - Jayco12
10PALADIN SorayaCanyon//SRAM Racing12
11JENČUŠOVÁ NoraBepink 12
12DUCUARA JenniferColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano10
13MACKAIJ FloortjeTeam DSM10
14COLJÉ MaaikeMassi - Tactic Women Team9
15DIDERIKSEN AmalieTrek - Segafredo8
16BORGHESI LetiziaEF Education-TIBCO-SVB7
17LE NET MarieFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope7
18GASPARRINI Eleonora CamillaValcar - Travel & Service6
19CHABBEY EliseCanyon//SRAM Racing5
20DOEBEL-HICKOK KristaEF Education-TIBCO-SVB4
21LABOUS JulietteTeam DSM3
22NIEWIADOMA KatarzynaCanyon//SRAM Racing2
23WILLIAMS LilyHuman Powered Health1
24ALONSO SandraCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling1
Youth
RankNameTeamTime
1NORSGAARD EmmaMovistar Team6:39:54
2LE NET MarieFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:00
3GASPARRINI Eleonora CamillaValcar - Travel & Service0:00
4VAN ANROOIJ ShirinTrek - Segafredo0:00
5UIJEN EliseTeam DSM0:00
6FISHER-BLACK NiamhTeam SD Worx0:00
7MUZIC ÉvitaFDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:00
8MARTÍN SaraMovistar Team0:00
9SHACKLEY AnnaTeam SD Worx0:00
10RODRÍGUEZ SofiaBizkaia Durango2:31
11KOCH FranziskaTeam DSM2:52
12VITILLO MatildeBepink 3:42
13JENČUŠOVÁ NoraBepink 3:43
14MALCOTTI BarbaraHuman Powered Health3:52
15VALLIERES MagdeleineEF Education-TIBCO-SVB3:54
16TRIAS MireiaMassi - Tactic Women Team5:07
17PATUELLI AlessiaUAE Team ADQ5:07
18CANTERA InesRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad6:04
19WRIGHT SophieUAE Team ADQ6:09
20JASKULSKA MartaLiv Racing Xstra6:09
21EBERLE LanaCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling7:01
22STIASNY PetraRoland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad8:51
23MORENO Sara JulianaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano8:56
24VARENYK MarynaEneicat - RBH Global9:29
25PIRRONE ElenaValcar - Travel & Service9:41
26TOMASI LauraUAE Team ADQ9:53
27SAVI PriscaBepink 10:50
28LEBEDZ DziyanaWCC Team10:59
29COUTINHO AliceSopela Women's Team11:20
30SOTO Catalina AnaisBizkaia Durango13:18
31RAMIREZ AndreaMassi - Tactic Women Team13:42
32RAAIJMAKERS MaritHuman Powered Health14:57
33TASANE ElinaWCC Team16:06
34JANDOVÁ VeronikaWCC Team20:04
35BANLLES MariaSopela Women's Team24:29
Mountains
RankNameTeamPoints
1VIECELI LaraCeratizit-WNT Pro Cycling14
2BUIJSMAN NinaHuman Powered Health12
3VITILLO MatildeBepink 8
4DUCUARA JenniferColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano2
5RAMIREZ AndreaMassi - Tactic Women Team2
6MENESES JesseniaColombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano1
Teams
RankNameTime
1Ceratizit-WNT Pro Cycling 19:59:35
2Canyon//SRAM Racing0:07
3Movistar Team0:07
4Team SD Worx0:07
5Team BikeExchange - Jayco0:07
6Team DSM0:07
7EF Education-TIBCO-SVB0:07
8FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope0:07
9Valcar - Travel & Service0:07
10Trek - Segafredo0:07
11Massi - Tactic Women Team2:53
12Liv Racing Xstra2:59
13Colombia Tierra de Atletas - GW - Shimano6:08
14Roland Cogeas Edelweiss Squad6:11
15Bizkaia Durango7:45
16Human Powered Health9:59
17UAE Team ADQ10:21
18Bepink 11:21
19Eneicat - RBH Global27:00
20Sopela Women's Team27:33
21WCC Team27:57

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