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The 2020 Trofeo Alfredo Binda-Comune di Cittiglio held on March 22 in Italy, will mark the fourth round of the Women's WorldTour.
The women's field race a hilly 131.3-kilometre, one-day race that finished on 17.8-kilometre circuits around the finishing town Cittiglio. Each lap included a climb through Orino, but the wide-open roads to the finish line often cater to a reduced group sprint.
Vos held onto a group of favourites that had formed on the final climb and was fastest in the sprint, beating Amanda Spratt (Mitchelton-Scott) and Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (then Bigla).
Vos ended the 2019 season as the winner of the Women's WorldTour.
Trofeo Alfredo Binda – Comune di Cittiglio 202022 March 2020 | Cittiglio | Women's WorldTour
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