For the third time in this year’s Giro Rosa Marianne Vos has come out on top. At the end of stagecoach six, the CCC-Liv rider was the first of a reduced bunch, followed by Hannah Barnes( Canyon // SRAM) and Lotte Kopecky( Lotto Soudal Maiden ).
The general category remained the same, with Annemeik van Vleuten of Mitchelton Scott nursing nearly two minutes over Canyon // SRAM’s Kasia Niewiadoma in seconds place and merely over two minutes to Anna van der Breggen of Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team.
How it happened
Ceratizit was keen for the purposes of an vigorous race and started spawning moves early on. Many riders in ones and twos tried their fluke at a breakaway for the first twenty-six kilometers but the peloton approached the base of the largest climb of the day gruppo compatto.
Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig, of FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope, preceded the peloton over the top of the soar and continued to build her result in the Queen of the Mountains jersey.
After successfully performing a triumph in stage five, CCC-Liv stuck with their same tactics and specify a pace up the next clamber of the day that would guarantee a reduced sprint at the finish.
CCC-Liv successfully broke the peloton in several radicals, but with 20 -kilometers to go attacks started flying from what was left of the race.
A group of nine riders slipped off the breast but couldn’t coordinate, and a single rider started her own undertaking off the front. Mariia Novolodskaia of Cogeas Mettler remained off the figurehead until 2km to go when cataclysm impres. Novolodskaia, with a 30 -second advantage, and seeming strong, went down in a corner and wasn’t able to get back on her motorcycle before she was swept up by the chasing peloton, led by Canyon // SRAM.
The final sprint appeared pretty much the same as stage five, with Vos leading the peloton over the finish.
It is highly unlikely 112 -kilometer long place seven will end in another bunch sprint, with the first climb of the day at around 19 -kilometers in, and daylight continuing up and down from there. Two sips of the same categorized advance in the final 27 -kilometers are most likely to impel stagecoach seven’s finale an stimulating one and could see some significant shuffling of the general classification. Who doesn’t adore a good finishing route?
1. Marianne Vos CCC 2:14: 24 2. Hannah Barnes CSR, st 3. Lotte Kopecky LSL, st 4. Coryn Rivera SUN, st 5. Amy Pieters DLT, st 6. Arlenis Sierra ASA, st 7. Ilaria Sanguineti VAL, st 8. Giorgia Bariani TOP, st 9. Stine Borgli FDJ, st 10. Katarzyna Niewiadoma CSR, st
1. Annemiek van Vleuten MLT 2. Katarzyna Niewiadoma CSR, +1:56 3. Anna van der Breggen DLT, +2:03 4. Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig FDJ, +3:03 5. Mikayla Harvey EPK, 4:21 6. Elisa Longo Borghini TSF, +4:32 7. Ashleigh Moolman Pasio CCC, +4:34 8. Mavi Garcia ALE, +4:38 9. Marianne Vos CCC, +5:19 10. Elise Chabbey EPK, +5:36
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