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The fourth Ladies Tour of Qatar will feature a strong field including defending champion and the thee win overall winner Kirsten Wild, two time world champion Giorgia Bronzini and last year's runner-up Chloe Hosking.
Once again, the race will be decided after four stages of the emirate state with only seconds set to decide the overall classification. Hosking punctured in the final stage last year which cost her the victory and she is seeking to claim the overall win in 2014. She will have the support of Hitec Products who are entering a strong team in support of the Australian.
Bronzini enters the race having already claimed the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic in January and will have a strong Wiggle-Honda team supporting her in the sprints.
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Australian sprinter backed by strong Hitec Products team