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Women’s Tour Down Under – Etappe 4

Adelaide (42,5 km / 25x 1,7 km)
1 Simona Frapporti (Ita) BePink 0:58:32
2 Lauren Stephens (USA) Team Tibco – Silicon Valley Bank 0:00:00
3 Rushlee Buchanan (NZl) Nationalmannschaft Neuseeland 0:00:00
4 Leigh Ann Ganzar (USA) Rally Cycling 0:00:00
5 Jaime Gunning (Aus) Specialized Women’s Racing 0:00:00
6 Katia Ragusa (Ita) Astana Women’s Team 0:00:00
7 Brodie Chapman (Aus) Fdj Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:00
8 Jessica Pratt (Aus) Canyon//Sram Racing 0:00:00
9 Georgia Williams (NZl) Mitchelton – Scott 0:00:00
10 Tatiana Guderzo (Ita) Alé BTC Ljubljana 0:00:00

Endstand Gesamtwertung
1 Ruth Winder (USA) Trek – Segafredo 10:11:07
2 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 0:00:05
3 Amanda Spratt (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 0:00:06
4 Lauren Stephens (USA) Team Tibco – Silicon Valley Bank 0:00:17
5 Chloe Hosking (Aus) Rally Cycling 0:00:30
6 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb 0:00:32
7 Andrea Ramírez Fregoso (Mex) Agolico 0:00:33
8 Katia Ragusa (Ita) Astana Women’s Team 0:00:34
9 Jessica Pratt (Aus) Canyon//Sram Racing 0:00:34
10 Peta Mullens (Aus) Roxsolt Attaquer 0:00:35

Endstand Punktewertung
1 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb 136 Punkte
2 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 136
3 Chloe Hosking (Aus) Rally Cycling 130

Endstand Bergwertung
1 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 19 Punkte
2 Marieke Van Witzenburg (Ned) Doltcini – Van Eyck Sport 15
3 Amanda Spratt (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 14

Endstand Bergwertung
1 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 19 Punkte
2 Marieke Van Witzenburg (Ned) Doltcini – Van Eyck Sport 15
3 Amanda Spratt (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 14

Endstand Mannschaftswertung
1 Team Sunweb 30:35:03
2 Specialized Women’s Racing 0:00:29
3 Fdj Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:58

Women’s Tour Down Under – Etappe 3

Liane Lippert (TeamSunweb) in guter Frühform in Australien!

Nairne – Stirling (109,1 km / 74,1 km + 2x 17,5 km)
1 Ruth Winder (USA) Trek – Segafredo 2:51:16
2 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 0:00:00
3 Lauren Stephens (USA) Team Tibco – Silicon Valley Bank 0:00:00
4 Peta Mullens (Aus) Roxsolt Attaquer 0:00:00
5 Chloe Hosking (Aus) Rally Cycling 0:00:00
6 Anastasiia Chursina (Rus) Alé BTC Ljubljana 0:00:00
7 Ella Harris (NZl) Canyon//Sram Racing 0:00:00
8 Shara Gillow (Aus) Fdj Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:00
9 Rachel Neylan (Aus) Nationalmannschaft Australien 0:00:00
10 Amanda Spratt (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 0:00:00
11 Krista Doebel-Hickok (USA) Rally Cycling 0:00:00
12 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb 0:00:00
13 Urska Pintar (Slo) Alé BTC Ljubljana 0:00:00
14 Jenna Merrick (NZl) Doltcini – Van Eyck Sport 0:00:00
15 Arlenis Sierra Canadilla (Cub) Astana Women’s Team 0:00:0

Gesamtwertung
1 Ruth Winder (USA) Trek – Segafredo 9:12:26
2 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 0:00:07
3 Amanda Spratt (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 0:00:07
4 Chloe Hosking (Aus) Rally Cycling 0:00:30
5 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb 0:00:33
6 Peta Mullens (Aus) Roxsolt Attaquer 0:00:34
7 Lauren Stephens (USA) Team Tibco – Silicon Valley Bank 0:00:34
8 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team Sunweb 0:00:36
9 Shara Gillow (Aus) Fdj Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:37
10 Ella Harris (NZl) Canyon//Sram Racing 0:00:37

Women’s Tour Down Under – Etappe 2


Foto: Gerhard Plomitzer – www.plomi.smugmug.com

Murray Bridge – Birdwood (114,9 km / 80,0 km + 34,9 km)
1 Amanda Spratt (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 3:04:27
2 Ruth Winder (USA) Trek – Segafredo 0:00:00
3 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 0:00:00
4 Grace Brown (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 0:00:02
5 Jaime Gunning (Aus) Specialized Women’s Racing 0:00:13
6 Peta Mullens (Aus) Roxsolt Attaquer 0:00:15
7 Rachel Neylan (Aus) Nationalmannschaft Australien 0:00:18
8 Ella Harris (NZl) Canyon//Sram Racing 0:00:18
9 Shara Gillow (Aus) Fdj Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:18
10 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team Sunweb 0:00:18
11 Lauren Stephens (USA) Team Tibco – Silicon Valley Bank 0:00:19
12 Lucy Kennedy (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 0:00:19
13 Ruby Roseman-Gannon (Aus) Nationalmannschaft Australien 0:00:24
14 Arlenis Sierra Canadilla (Cub) Astana Women’s Team 0:00:24
15 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb 0:00:24

Gesamtwertung
1 Amanda Spratt (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 6:21:19
2 Ruth Winder (USA) Trek – Segafredo 0:00:04
3 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 0:00:05
4 Grace Brown (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 0:00:12
5 Chloe Hosking (Aus) Rally Cycling 0:00:21
6 Jaime Gunning (Aus) Specialized Women’s Racing 0:00:23
7 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb 0:00:24
8 Peta Mullens (Aus) Roxsolt Attaquer 0:00:25
9 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team Sunweb 0:00:27
10 Shara Gillow (Aus) Fdj Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:28


Liane Lippert
Foto: Gerhard Plomitzer – www.plomi.smugmug.com

Women’s Tour Down Under – Etappe 1

1. Etappe: Hahndorf – Macclesfield (116,3 km)
1 Chloe Hosking (Aus) Rally Cycling 3:17:02
2 Lotta Pauliina Henttala (Fin) Trek – Segafredo 0:00:00
3 Matilda Raynolds (Aus) Specialized Women’s Racing 0:00:00
4 Gracie Elvin (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 0:00:00
5 Peta Mullens (Aus) Roxsolt Attaquer 0:00:00
6 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb 0:00:00
7 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 0:00:00
8 Lauren Kitchen (Aus) Fdj Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:00
9 Arlenis Sierra Canadilla (Cub) Astana Women’s Team 0:00:00
10 Alexis Ryan (USA) Alé BTC Ljubljana 0:00:00
11 Simona Frapporti (Ita) BePink 0:00:00
12 Tatiana Guderzo (Ita) Alé BTC Ljubljana 0:00:00
13 Silvia Zanardi (Ita) BePink 0:00:00
14 Tanja Erath (GER) Canyon//Sram Racing 0:00:00
15 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team Sunweb 0:00:00

Gesamtwertung
1 Chloe Hosking (Aus) Rally Cycling 3:16:51
2 Lotta Pauliina Henttala (Fin) Trek – Segafredo 0:00:04
3 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb 0:00:06
4 Matilda Raynolds (Aus) Specialized Women’s Racing 0:00:07
5 Gracie Elvin (Aus) Mitchelton – Scott 0:00:08
6 Brodie Chapman (Aus) Fdj Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:08
7 Nina Kessler (Ned) Team Tibco – Silicon Valley Bank 0:00:09
8 Anastasiia Chursina (Rus) Alé BTC Ljubljana 0:00:09
9 Juliette Labous (Fra) Team Sunweb 0:00:10
10 Peta Mullens (Aus) Roxsolt Attaquer 0:00:11
11 Liane Lippert (GER) Team Sunweb 0:00:11
12 Lauren Kitchen (Aus) Fdj Nouvelle – Aquitaine Futuroscope 0:00:11
13 Arlenis Sierra Canadilla (Cub) Astana Women’s Team 0:00:11
14 Alexis Ryan (USA) Alé BTC Ljubljana 0:00:11
15 Simona Frapporti (Ita) BePink 0:00:11

Straßen-WM 2019 – Straßenrennen Frauen Elite

Bradford – Harrogate (149,4 km)

1 van VLEUTEN Annemiek NED 4:06:05 (36,427 km/h)
2 van der BREGGEN Anna NED + 2:15
3 SPRATT Amanda AUS + 2:28
4 DYGERT Chloe USA + 3:24
5 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA + 4:45
6 VOS Marianne NED + 5:20
7 BASTIANELLI Marta ITA + 5:20
8 MOOLMAN-PASIO Ashleigh RSA + 5:20
9 BRENNAUER Lisa GER + 5:20
10 RIVERA Coryn USA + 5:20
11 MAJERUS Christine LUX + 5:20
12 SIERRA Arlenis CUB + 5:20
13 DIDERIKSEN Amalie DEN + 5:20
14 de VUYST Sofie BEL + 5:20
15 FAHLIN Emilia SWE + 5:20
16 JACKSON Alison CAN + 5:20
17 CORDON RAGOT Audrey FRA + 5:20
18 AMIALIUSIK Alena BLR + 5:20
19 PIETERS Amy NED + 5:20
20 PATINO BEDOYA Paula Andrea COL + 5:20
21 CHABBEY Elise SUI + 5:20

Yorkshire WM 2019 – Einzelzeitfahren Frauen Elite

Ripon – Harrogate (30,3 km)

1 DYGERT Chloe USA 0:42:11,57 (43,088 km/h)
2 van der BREGGEN Anna NED + 1:32,35
3 van VLEUTEN Annemiek NED + 1:52,66
4 NEBEN Amber Leone USA + 2:38,41
5 KLEIN Lisa GER + 2:40,79
6 REUSSER Marlen SUI + 3:02,09
7 THOMAS Leah USA + 3:12,66
8 BRAND Lucinda NED + 3:15,62
9 AMIALIUSIK Alena BLR + 3:17,56
10 BRENNAUER Lisa GER + 3:19,80
11 SPRATT Amanda AUS + 3:57,52
12 CANUEL Karol-Ann CAN + 4:23,41
13 SHAPIRA Omer ISR + 4:29,46
14 NORDEN Lisa SWE + 4:30,99
15 LABOUS Juliette FRA + 4:32,38
16 BARNES Alice GBR + 4:32,39
17 LONGO BORGHINI Elisa ITA + 4:35,47
18 MATHIESEN Pernille DEN + 4:36,10
19 CHURSINA Anastasiia RUS + 4:37,73
20 KIESENHOFER Anna AUT + 4:39,82

La Course – Pau

1 Marianne Vos (Ned) CCC-Liv 3:15:20
2 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb Women 0:00:03
3 Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (Den) Bigla Pro Cycling Team
4 Lucinda Brand (Ned) Team Sunweb Women 0:00:04
5 Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (RSA) CCC-Liv 0:00:06
6 Elisa Longo Borghini (Ita) Trek-Segafredo Women
7 Annemiek van Vleuten (Ned) Mitchelton-Scott Women 0:00:07
8 Soraya Paladin (Ita) Ale Cipollini
9 Ane Santesteban Gonzalez (Spa) WNT-Rotor Pro Cycling
10 Anna van der Breggen (Ned) Boels Dolmans Cyclingteam

Pau, Friday, July 19th 2019 – A year after Annemiek van Vleuten pipped Anna van der Breggen at the last in Le Grand-Bornand, La Course by Le Tour delivered another thrilling finish that saw the race get turned on its head metres before the line. Right when Australian Amanda Spratt thought she had it in the bag after a long solo breakaway, she was caught and overtaken by CCC-Liv’s Marianne Vos with 350 metres to go, at the top of the final wall. The 32-year-old Dutch rider’s attack made it look like the rest of the peloton was standing still. The three-time world champion, who had already emerged victorious in 2014, is the winner of the sixth edition of the event, held on the same circuit around Pau as the Tour de France time trial over a distance of 121 kilometres.
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Foto: Gerhard Plomitzer (AGR 2018)

2019 La Course by Le Tour de France: Latest news with one day to go

Key points:
 The sixth edition of La Course by Le Tour de France will be held in Pau on Friday, 19 July, just a few hours before the Tour de France stage 13 time trial takes place on the same course. The start is scheduled for 9:30.
 Watch the race live on France Télévisions and Eurosport from 10 am to 12:50 pm.
A circuit race where anything can happen
After the sprinters in Paris and the climbers on the Izoard and Le Grand-Bornand, the time has come for a different breed of riders to shine in La Course by le Tour de France. Punchers will have the upper hand on the undulating circuit around Pau, on which the elite of women’s cycling will have to complete five laps for a total of 121 km. Expect fireworks on the Gelos (1.1 km at 7.8%) and Esquillot (1 km at 7.2%) climbs. However, sprinters will still have 12 kilometres between the top of the last climb and the finish line to latch back onto the peloton and fight for the win. Will it be enough to lead to a bunch sprint? Race coordinator Jean-Marc Marino says that anything can happen, pointing out the short but super-steep section (70 m at 17%) that comes 400 m before the finish. „Smart riding will be key. Will there be a team that tries to keep a lid on the race in the hope that its leader can survive the climbs and take the sprint? We’ll see. At any rate, expect a war of attrition, a thrilling race. We want to show the public that women’s cycling is more than just girls sprinting on the Champs-Élysées or climbing mountains. Our aim this year was to underline the wealth of diversity of women’s cycling.“
All previous champions on the start line after Van Vleuten confirms
Fresh off her second victorious Giro campaign, Mitchelton–Scott’s Annemiek van Vleuten will be chasing her third triumph in a row. She will have to work harder for it this time round. The two-time world time trial champion from the Netherlands brought her climbing prowess to bear to win the previous two editions, but she is hardly the most explosive rider in the peloton. The same holds true for another Dutch champion, Anna van der Breggen, who has some accounts to settle with the race despite having won the 2015 edition. Last year, the leader of the fearsome Boels–Dolmans team was pipped on the line by Van Vleuten in Le Grand-Bornand. If she is to win on Friday, she will have to pull off something similar to the solo exploit that got her the rainbow jersey last year. Jean-Marc Marino still sees Marianne Vos, the most prolific rider of the last decade and winner of the inaugural edition in 2014, as the big favourite: „She’s the fastest sprinter among all the climbers.“ The CCC Liv leader will first need to knock Chloe Hosking out of contention. The Australian winner of the 2016 edition, the only non-Dutch rider to have won the race so far, will be banking on a bunch sprint.

Franck Vandenbroucke’s daughter on the start line
Australia’s Amanda Spratt, riding for the same team as Van Vleuten and fourth in last year’s race, Amstel Gold Race winner Katarzyna Niewiadoma, British 2015 world champion Lizzie Deignan and Italian Elisa Longo Borghini, third in 2017, are the most notable outsiders. Franck Vandenbroucke’s daughter Cameron will be making her debut in La Course by le Tour at the age of 20.
French riders eager to spring a surprise
The local girls are facing long odds again this year. However, Jean-Marc Marino, sports manager of the event, still believes in their chances: „The race will be wide open, we could get a little French surprise. They’ll be racing as outsiders, so it’s up to them to upset the favourites with a long-range attack.“ Aside from Juliette Labous (Sunweb), Aude Biannic (Movistar) and Audrey Cordon-Ragot (Trek–Segafredo), who finished sixth in last year’s Amstel Gold Race, neo-pro Jade Wiel (FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope) is another rider to watch. The 19-year-old from Provence recently became French champion. Her first participation in La Course by le Tour will also be her first outing in the tricolour jersey: „I hope it gives me that extra oomph. I want to prove that I deserve this jersey and do the best possible race for the team to finish as high as possible. It is a circuit that could play to my strengths.“
Fun all day round
Stage 13 of the Tour de France, a time trial held on the same circuit, will start an hour after the finish of La Course by le Tour de France. The crowds lining the roads are in for a special treat. „It will be fun all day round, from the presentation of the women’s teams at 8 am to the men’s podium at 6 pm“, promises Jean-Marc Marino. You won’t regret coming.“
– TV broadcast in 190 countries
– TV coverage information on www.lacoursebyletourdefrance.com on the official broadcasters area
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TEAMS SELECTION FOR THE CERATIZIT MADRID CHALLENGE BY LA VUELTA 2019

The organizers of the Ceratizit Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta have chosen the teams that will take part in the 5th edition of the Spanish women’s race, that will take place over two stages on the 14th and 15th of September 2019.
Boadilla del Monte will host the first stage: a 9.3 km I.T.T in a closed circuit around the historical monument of the Palacio del Infante Don Luis. On Sunday the 15th, the traditional linear stage along the circuit that runs through the center of Madrid will host the second journey a few hours before the 21st stage of La Vuelta 19. The women’s peloton will fight over 98,6 km through some of the most iconic streets and squares of Madrid: Paseo del Prado, Plaza de Cibeles, Paseo de la Castellana, Plaza de Colón, Gran Vía and Glorieta de Carlos V, in front of the railway station of Atocha.
19 UCI WorldTeams are invited to the race:
Ale Cipollini (ITA)
Bepink (ITA)
Bigla (DEN)
Bizkaia – Durango (ESP)
Boels Dolman Cyclingteam (NED)
BTC city Ljunljana (SLO)
Cogeas Mettler Look Pro Cycling Team (RUS)
Eneicue Cycling Team (ESP)
FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope (FRA)
Hitec Products – BIRK SPORT (NOR)
Massi – Tactic Women team (ESP)
Mitchelton Scott (AUS)
Movistar Team Women (ESP)
Parkhotel Valkenburg (NED)
Sopela women’s team (ESP)
Team Sunweb (NED)
Trek Segafredo (USA)
Valcar Cylance Cycling (ITA)
WNT Rotor Pro Cycling Team (GER)

In addition to these 19 teams, the organizers have awarded with a wildcard the Spanish Women’s Cycling Team.

2019 LA COURSE BY LE TOUR DE FRANCE: LATEST NEWS WITH 3 DAYS TO GO

Key points:
 The sixth edition of La Course by Le Tour de France will be held in Pau on Friday, 19 July, just a few hours before the Tour de France stage 13 time trial takes place on the same course.
 La Course’s first ever foray into hilly terrain will make it an even more thrilling and suspenseful race, with punchers, climbers and sprinters in with a shot at getting their hands on the trophy. The riders will have to complete five laps of the circuit for a total of 121 kilometres.

Stars of women’s cycling have confirmed their participation with just three days to go until the sixth edition of La Course by le Tour de France. Although the hegemon of the last decade, Marianne Vos, stands out as the big favourite to win in Pau, the race looks more open than ever. CCC Liv’s Dutch rider is back after skipping last year’s edition with her sights set on what would be her second triumph in La Course by le Tour, five years after taking the inaugural edition on the Champs-Élysées. World champion Anna van der Breggen (2015) and American Chloe Hosking (2017) are another two former winners on the start line. Two-time winner Annemiek van Vleuten, on the other hand, is currently racing in the Giro Rosa and will decide whether to take part in the coming days. For now, Mitchelton–Scott has pencilled in the Dutch rider as a substitute. At any rate, the team from Down Under has a plan B in the shape of Aussie Amanda Spratt, who finished sixth last year. Other big names on the start line include the British 2015 world champion, Lizzie Deignan, the third-placed rider in the 2017 La Course by le Tour, Elisa Longo Borghini from Italy, and Amstel Gold Race winner Katarzyna Niewiadoma from Poland. The home girls are outsiders but eager to surprise, with riders such as Juliette Labous (Sunweb), Audrey-Cordon Ragot (Trek–Segafredo), who finished sixth in the Amstel Gold Race, and Aude Biannic (Movistar), who is in her element in circuit races. The French FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope outfit will be banking on Aussie veteran Shara Gillow (fifth in 2017) as well as the home-grown talent of 20-year-old Evita Muzic and 19-year-old Jade Wiel, who will be taking part in her first race in the French champion’s jersey. Charente-Maritime Women Cycling is the other French team invited to La Course. A total of 21 six-woman teams will start the race in Pau in the morning of Friday, 19 July.
All information about La Course by Le Tour de France on www.lacoursebyletourdefrance.com/en/
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VAN DER BREGGEN AND HALL REPEAT HISTORY WITH 1-2 FINISH at Womens Amgen Tour of California

Pasadena, Saturday, May, 18th 2019 – The Boels Dolmans Cycling Team dominated the Amgen Tour of California Women’s Race empowered with SRAM with World Champion Anna van der Breggen and teammate Katie Hall taking a decisive win and second place finish respectively as the women’s three-day race concluded at the Rose Bowl today. The World Champion was challenged for the green jersey today by Elisa Balsamo (Valcar Cylance Cycling) who outsprinted a tight field to take the stage win just ahead of Arlenis Sierra (Astana Women’s Team) who placed second for the stage, and Leigh Ann Ganzar (Hagens Berman Supermint) in third.
1 Elisa Balsamo (Ita) Valcar Cylance Cycling 3:19:57
2 Arlenis Sierra (Cub) Astana Women’s Team
3 Leigh ann Ganzar (USA) Hagens Berman-Supermint
4 Chloe Dygert-Owen (USA) Sho-Air Twenty20
5 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb
6 Lisa Klein (Ger) Canyon-SRAM
7 Elizabeth Deignan (GBr) Trek-Segafredo
8 Brodie Chapman (Aus) Team Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank
9 Tatiana Guderzo (Ita) BePink
10 Sara Bergen (Can) Rally UHC Cycling

Endstand:
1 Anna van der Breggen (Ned) Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 8:32:34
2 Katharine Hall (USA) Boels Dolmans Cycling Team 0:00:29
3 Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (RSA) CCC-Liv 0:01:06
4 Clara Koppenburg (Ger) WNT-Rotor Pro Cycling 0:01:25
5 Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Pol) Canyon-SRAM 0:01:34
6 Brodie Chapman (Aus) Team Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank 0:01:46
7 Krista Doebel-Hickok (USA) Rally UHC Cycling 0:01:58
8 Omer Shapira (Isr) Canyon-SRAM 0:02:12
9 Emma Grant (GBr) Sho-Air Twenty20 0:02:15
10 Pauliena Rooijakkers (Ned) CCC-Liv 0:02:28