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Team FRW for Flanders and Drenthe

Team announced for Flanders World Cup and 3 day Dutch race

A week in Benelux for the Italians

The racing continues for the Italian Team FRW squad. With two competitions in the next 10 days, the riders will participate in the third World Cup of the season, the Tour of Flanders on Sunday 2nd April. They then head up to the Netherlands for the 3 day Novilon Internationale Damesronde van Drenthe (Women's Tour of Drenthe), which takes place Friday 7th April until Sunday 9th April.

The Tour of Flanders is a 112km race, taking in the final 65km of the men's race on the same day (but run later in the day) and includes 12 of the famous climbs, including the Bosberg. Start is in Oudenaarde and the finish in Meerbeke.

Team >> 

Martina Corazza, Indre Januleviciute (Lit), Kettj Manfrin , Nina Ovcharenko (Ukr), Tetyana Palchynska (Ukr), Laura Pisaneschi, Ombretta Ugolini e Modesta Vzesnaiuskaite (Ltu). 

Director Sportif : Paolo Briccolani.

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