Virtual Tour of the Gila: Lauren Stephens wins stage 2

Lauren Stephens (Tibco-SVB)
Lauren Stephens (TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank) (Image credit: Getty Images)

Lauren Stephens (TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank) won the second stage of the Virtual Tour of the Gila on Saturday. The American all-rounder won the circuit race ahead Andrea Ramirez (Agolico BMC) and Caroline Murray (USA).

Ramirez was the first to launch a late-race attack in the closing few hundred metres, however, Stephens caught and passed her at the finish line to take the win.

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Brief Results
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Lauren Stephens (Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank) 1:40:02
2Andrea Ramírez Fregoso (Agolico BMC)
3Caroline Murray (USA Team)
4Katheryn Curi (Amy D. Foundation)
5Leah Thorvilson (Femme Equipe pb Swisse Wellness)
6Monilee Keller (Revolution Velo)
7Kristen Faulkner (Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank)
8Sarah Gigante (Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank)
9Anna Russell (Team Infinite p/b Saris)
10Emily Newsom (Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank)

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