Georgia Williams returns to Europe with signs her 2018 form is packed

Georgia Williams
Georgia Williams (Team BikeExchange) wins the 2021 elite women's road race at the New Zealand national championships (Image credit: Elko Media / Cycling New Zealand)

Georgia Williams (Team BikeExchange) has returned to Europe with the jerseys of the New Zealand time trial and road champion packed in her luggage along with hopes that she is also carrying the form she had after delivering the double in 2018.

Williams secured the national elite titles last week after facing two disrupted seasons in a row with the COVID-19 pandemic postponements and cancellations of 2020 coming on top of a 2019 season where she was grappling with Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports (RED-S).

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