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Edmondson sprints to Victoria Park victory

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Megan Dunn (Honda) relishes the moments after her plaster cast was removed from her healed wrist fracture.

Megan Dunn (Honda) relishes the moments after her plaster cast was removed from her healed wrist fracture.
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Another of the Jayco-AIS women forces the pace - Shara Gillow (Jayco-AIS).

Another of the Jayco-AIS women forces the pace - Shara Gillow (Jayco-AIS).
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Under 23 National criterium Champion and first year professional, Carlee Taylor (Tibco) in the bunch.

Under 23 National criterium Champion and first year professional, Carlee Taylor (Tibco) in the bunch.
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Lauren Kitchen (Jayco-AIS) waits for the moves at the back of the bunch

Lauren Kitchen (Jayco-AIS) waits for the moves at the back of the bunch
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The bunch races up the finishing straight with the Adelaide Hills in the background

The bunch races up the finishing straight with the Adelaide Hills in the background
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Without team-mates, Chloe Hosking (HTC-HighRoad) had to choose the wheels to follow for the sprint.

Without team-mates, Chloe Hosking (HTC-HighRoad) had to choose the wheels to follow for the sprint.
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The SASI train forms to prepare the leadout for Annette Edmondson (SASI).

The SASI train forms to prepare the leadout for Annette Edmondson (SASI).
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Annette Edmondson (SASI) wins the sprint from Chloe Hosking (HTC-HighRoad) and Peta Mullens (Honda) .

Annette Edmondson (SASI) wins the sprint from Chloe Hosking (HTC-HighRoad) and Peta Mullens (Honda) .
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The race winner - Annette Edmondson (SASI).

The race winner - Annette Edmondson (SASI).
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A long line chases after Carly Light (Jayco-AIS) during her short break

A long line chases after Carly Light (Jayco-AIS) during her short break
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The pace rose and the bunch strung out with 4 laps to go.

The pace rose and the bunch strung out with 4 laps to go.
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Chloe Hosking (HTC-HighRoad) in the bunch, early in the race.

Chloe Hosking (HTC-HighRoad) in the bunch, early in the race.
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Shara Gillow (Jayco-AIS) and Tiffany Cromwell (Honda) lead the bunch.

Shara Gillow (Jayco-AIS) and Tiffany Cromwell (Honda) lead the bunch.
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Cornering in the bunch, Letitia Custance (SASI).

Cornering in the bunch, Letitia Custance (SASI).
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Tiffany Cromwell (Honda) was aggressive at the front in the early part of the race.

Tiffany Cromwell (Honda) was aggressive at the front in the early part of the race.
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The Jayco-AIS team were attentive to moves and breaks and kept the pace high, led here by Lauren Kitchen.

The Jayco-AIS team were attentive to moves and breaks and kept the pace high, led here by Lauren Kitchen.
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Shara Gillow (Jayco-AIS) and Lauren Kitchen (National Criterium Champion) at the front of the bunch.

Shara Gillow (Jayco-AIS) and Lauren Kitchen (National Criterium Champion) at the front of the bunch.
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In full flight - Australian Criterium Champion Lauren Kitchen (Jayco-AIS).

In full flight - Australian Criterium Champion Lauren Kitchen (Jayco-AIS).
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Eventual series winner, Chloe Hosking (HTC-HighRoad) accelerates out of a corner.

Eventual series winner, Chloe Hosking (HTC-HighRoad) accelerates out of a corner.
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Hard-woman, Megan Dunn (Honda) was advised two days ago she could have her plaster cast removed after breaking her wrist late in 2010, she decided play safe and wait until the racing was over.......

Hard-woman, Megan Dunn (Honda) was advised two days ago she could have her plaster cast removed after breaking her wrist late in 2010, she decided play safe and wait until the racing was over.......
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Results

#Rider Name (Country) Team
1Annette Edmondson (Aus) SASI
2Chloe Hosking (Aus) HTC-Highroad
3Peta Mullens (Aus) Prime

Overall:
#Rider Name (Country) Team
1Chloe Hosking (Aus) HTC-Highroad
2Annette Edmondson (Aus) SASI
3Nicole Whitburn (Aus) Carnegie Caulfield CC

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