V-SERIES Women's Tour: Leah Dixon wins stage 2

V-SERIES Women's Tour
V-SERIES Women's Tour (Image credit: Women's Tour)

Leah Dixon (TIBCO-SVB) won the second stage at the SKODA V-SERIES Women's Tour taking the win on the Burton Dassett climb ahead of her teammate Lauren Stephens. Elizabeth Holden (Bizkaia Durango) led in the chase group for third place.

The second stage of the V-SERIES Women’s Tour offered a 35.7km race to the virtual Burton Dassett in Warwickshire, where the participants tackled the 1.7km ascent three times.

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Brief Results
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Leah Dixon (GBr) TIBCO-SVB 0:54:28
2Lauren Stephens (USA) TIBCO-SVB)
3Elizabeth Holden (GBr) Bizkaia Durango
4Kirsten Faulkner (USA) TIBCO-SVB
5Lizzy Banks (GBr) Bigla-Katusha)
6Krista Doebel-Hickok (USA) Rally Cycling
7Illi Gardner (GBr) CAMS Tifosi
8Dame Sarah Storey (GBr) Storey Racing
9Dani Christmas (GBr) Lotto Soudal Ladies
10Corrine Hall (GBr) Storey Racing

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