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Anna van der Breggen made Flèche Wallonne history and the world watched on live TV'It’s a statement the Giro Rosa lost the Women’s WorldTour status because of no live broadcast' says world champion
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Anna Van der Breggen wins La Fleche Wallonne FeminineCecilie Uttrup Ludwig and Demi Vollering complete podium
The 17th edition of the the women's Flèche Wallonne kicks off from Huy on April 23, 2014 and will serve as defending champion Marianne Vos's (Rabo-Liv) entry to the World Cup circuit.
Vos has won the race a record five times, but after a taxing winter tallying up yet another world title in cyclo-cross to go with her road race rainbow jersey, she decided to take a later start to the season.
The race will be yet another chance for World Cup leader Lizzie Armitstead (Boels Dolmans) to add to her lead over Sweden's Emma Johansson, while Vos's teammate Anna van der Breggen seeks to eclipse the Briton.
La Flèche Wallonne Féminine 201423 April 2014 | Belgium | CDM
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