Tour de l'Avenir Femmes: Zanetti wins sprint on stage 2

Linda Zanetti at the UAE Team ADQ training camp
Linda Zanetti at the UAE Team ADQ training camp (Image credit: Manuela Heres)

Linda Zanetti (Switzerland) won the sprint on the second stage of the Tour de l'Avenir Femmes, emerging from the bunch on the final bend and carving out such a solid gap that she could start her celebration before the line.

Zanetti topped Julie De Wilde of Belgium and Fem van Empel (Netherlands) in the bunch sprint on the 91.8km stage from Charolles to Louhans Chateaurenaud.

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