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Giro d'Italia Internazionale Femminile / Giro Donne 2011

Date range:
July 1-10, 2011

Abbott returns with new team but same intentions in 2011

After the cancellation of this year’s Route de France, the Giro Donne may well be the biggest race on the 2011 women’s calendar. Ten dynamic stages and a field bursting with talent will arrive for the start in Rome and will provide cycling fanatics with an enticing alternative to ‘that other big race’ in July.

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Stages

  1. Marianne Vos (Nederland Bloeit) claimed the win in the uphill finish to Velletri
    Stage 1Friday, July 1 2011
    Location:
    Roma - Velletri
    Distance:
    86km
  2. Australian Champion for 2011 is Shara Gillow (Jayco-AIS), who will take the green and gold to Europe as part of the Australian National team
    Stage 2Saturday, July 2 2011
    Location:
    Pescocostanzo - Pescocostanzo
    Distance:
    91km
  3. Marianne Vos (Nederland Bloeit) crushed the third stage to Fermo
    Stage 3Sunday, July 3 2011
    Location:
    Potenza Picena - Fermo
    Distance:
    104.3km
  4. German champion Ina Teutenberg (HTC-Highroad) wins the stage to Forli'
    Stage 4Monday, July 4 2011
    Location:
    Forlimpopoli - Forli'
    Distance:
    101km
  5. Nicole Cooke takes her first victory of the year for MCipollini-Giordana
    Stage 5Tuesday, July 5 2011
    Location:
    Altedo - Verona
    Distance:
    129km
  6. Marianne Vos (Nederland Bloeit) continues to cannibalize the Giro Donne.
    Stage 6Wednesday, July 6 2011
    Location:
    Fontanellato - Piacenza
    Distance:
    128km
  7. The Giro Donne pleoton in action during stage 7.
    Stage 7Thursday, July 7 2011
    Location:
    Rovato - Grosotto
    Distance:
    122km
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    Stage 8Friday, July 8 2011
    Location:
    Teglio - Valdidentro
    Distance:
    70km
  9. Race leader Marianne Vos (Nederland Bloeit) powered to her fifth victory of the Giro Donne.
    Stage 9Saturday, July 9 2011
    Location:
    Aglie' - Ceresole Reale
    Distance:
    114.8km
  10. Ina Teutenberg topped Emma Johansson (left) and Marianne Vos (right) to win the stage.
    Stage 10Sunday, July 10 2011
    Location:
    San Francesco al Campo (ITT)
    Distance:
    16km
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