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The Women’s Tour, Stage 2: What to Expect

The lowdown on Stage 2 of the Women's Tour

Yesterday saw the start of the inaugural Women’s Tour and it did not disappoint. In a nail biting sprint finish Emma Johansson of the Orica AIS team beat living legend Marianne Vos of the Rabobank Liv across the line by a matter of inches.

Find the full race report from Stage 1 here. 

As we head into the second day, a slightly longer stage, we are looking forward to another exciting day out on the road. Here is what we can expect from the day ahead:

Distance:  118.5km

The Route:

Kicking off in the market town of Hinckley in Leicestershire, Stage 2 will head north east towards the outskirts of Leicester before turning south east back through Northamptonshire and on to the finish on the Embankment in Bedford.

Sprints: Lutterworth and Turvey

Queen of the Mountain points: Kilworth and Naseby

Current Jersey Holders:

Yellow Leaders Jersey: Emma Johansson, Orica AIS (SWE)
Yodel Direct Points Jersey: Emma Johansson, Orica AIS (SWE)
Strava Queen of the Mountain Jersey: Sharon Laws, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling (GBR)
Best Young Rider Jersey: Hannah Barnes, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling (GBR)
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research Best British Rider Jersey: Hannah Barnes, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling (GBR)

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