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Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race - Women race overview
The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race is set for its fourth edition and will take place on January 27 in Geelong. Two of the three previous winners, defending champion Annemiek Van Vleuten and 2016 winner Amanda Spratt will be on the start line with their powerful Mitchelton-Scott team, while the event's inaugural 2015 winner Rachel Neylan (Movistar) will be racing for Kordamentha Real Estate-Australia.
This year's race includes a new climb - Challambra Crescent, which will ensure a tough finale. The rest of the parcours remains unchanged at 113km with the race heading out onto the Great Ocean Road following the start in Geelong and the finish along the waterfront in Geelong.
2017 Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race - Brief Results
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Annemiek Van Vleuten (Ned) Orica Scott||3:04:13|
|2||Ruth Winder (USA) UnitedHealhtcare Pro Cycling Team|
|3||Mayuko Hagiwara (Jpn) Wiggle High5|
|4||Lucy Kennedy (Aus) High5 Dream Team|
|5||Emma Pooley (GBr) Holden Women's Cycling Team|
|6||Susanna Zorzi (Ita) Drops||0:00:27|
|7||Kirsten Wild (Ned) Cylance Pro Cycling||0:00:33|
|8||Chloe Hosking (Aus) Ale Cipollini|
|9||Chloe Dygert (USA) Sho-Air Twenty20|
|10||Gracie Elvin (Aus) Orica Scott|
Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race - Women 201827 January 2018 | Geelong | 1.1 WE
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