Olivia Baril prevails in rain-soaked Canadian Championships road race

Olivia Baril (Movistar)
Olivia Baril (Movistar) (Image credit: Getty Images)

It was a rain-soaked elite women's road race at the Canadian Road Championships on Sunday, with Olivia Baril (Movistar) prevailing in the tough conditions in Quebec, which had earlier led to a delay and shortening of the junior men's race.

Baril, who was second in the national time trial, came across the line three seconds ahead of Magdeleine Vallieres (EF Education-Cannondale) to claim her first elite road title. 

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