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                               Stage 8    Stage 8 Full    Stage 9    Stage 9 Full

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Prologue

Gruissan, Individual TT, 3.9km

 

Race Writeup

On a windy, warm day with a light shower towards the end of the field, early starter, Katie Mactier (AUS) took victory. The former World 3km Pursuit champion beat Dutch TT Champion, Ellen van Dijk by one second in the 3900m test against the clock.

The Dutch youngster now leads the young rider competition. 

Third was Alison Powers (USA), who was delighted to be on the podium. She will also start the first road stage with the blue mountains lead jersey.

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Results - Top 10 - click here to see full result

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General Classification Top 10 - click here to see full GC

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Photos   Click on any image to enlarge >>

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