May 17-19, Elk Grove, Elk Grove, California, Road - Women's WorldTour

Katie Hall (UnitedHealthcare) crossed the stage 3 line in 20th place to win the overall title at the Amgen Women's Race ahead of Tayler Wiles (Trek-Drops) and Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon-SRAM); Hall also won the Queen of the Mountains classification.

Cuban Arlenis Sierra (Astana Women's Team) won the final stage 3, out-sprinting Emma White (Rally Cycling) and Alexis Ryan (Canyon-SRAM) after a fast-paced circuit race.

 

2018 Amgen Women's Race - Final Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Katharine Hall (USA) Unitedhealthcare Women7:51:11 
2Tayler Wiles (USA) Trek-Drops0:00:29 
3Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Pol) Canyon-SRAM Racing0:01:07 
4Erica Magnaldi (Ita) BePink0:01:12 
5Brodie Chapman (Aus) Team Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank0:01:16 
6Caro Rodríguez (Mex) Astana Women's Team0:01:20 
7Sara Poidevin (Can) Rally Cycling0:01:43 
8Leah Thomas (USA) Unitedhealthcare Women0:02:24 
9Juliette Labous (Fra) Team Sunweb Women0:02:28 
10Marcela Elizabeth Prieto (Mex) Swapit Agolico0:02:31 

 

 

 

 

Overview 

The Amgen Tour of California Women's Race empowered with SRAM enters its fourth year in 2018. The overall winner of the race went on to win the Women's WorldTour in each of the first two years of the series.

Once again occupying a slot on the Women's WorldTour calendar in 2018, the Amgen Women's Race will run for three stages, down from four in 2017. The action rolls out on May 17 in Elk Grove. The second stage will get underway in South Lake Tahoe before Sacramento hosts the race finale for the fourth straight year.

Anna van der Breggen (Boels Dolmans) is the defending champion. The Dutchwoman nabbed the 2017 victory by a single second ahead of UnitedHealthcare's Katie Hall with a successful bid for bonus time at the intermediate sprint on the final stage.

2018 Host cities announced | 2017 Amgen Women's Race 

 

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