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Re: 2018 Women's WorldTour
« on: June 28, 2018, 15:47 »
I'll admit that I dropped the ball on updating this ...
So, a burst of bookkeeping before the Giro Rosa.

First up, the Tour of California.
Stages 1 & 3 were flatter than a ride through Dutch polders (seriously, the biggest obstacle was a bridge), and ended in sprints. #tibco Kendall Ryan won stage 1, #asa Arlenis Sierra took stage 3 - for both, it was their first WWT wins.

In between there was a mountain stage at Lake Tahoe to decide the GC:

And last year's overall runner-up #uhcwomen Katie Hall beat all comers, getting first over Daggett Summit, then shaking off #drops Tayler Wiles on the finishing climb to win solo. On the final day, her team controlled the peloton to give Hall her first California overall victory.

Cyclingnews:
Amgen Women's Race: Kendall Ryan wins opener in Elk Grove
Kendall Ryan: I can't believe I won a WorldTour race
Amgen Women's Race: Hall wins queen stage to South Lake Tahoe
Hall not letting Amgen Women's Race come down to bonus sprints
Amgen Women's Race: Hall takes overall victory, Arlenis Sierra wins final stage
Hall: The biggest win of my career






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