Zwift Classics: Moolman-Pasio wins Trofeo Bologna

Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (Rowe&King) won the third round of the Zwift Classics at Trofeo Bologna winning the race to the top of the San Luca ascent. The South African climber beat runner-up Lou Bates (R3R) by 14 seconds and Ella Harris (Canyon-SRAM) in third by 35 seconds.

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Brief Results
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (Rowe&King) 0:41:49
2Louise Bates (R3R) 0:00:14
3Ella Harris (Canyon-SRAM) 0:00:35
4Rachel Elliott (KRT) 0:00:36
5Sylvie Boermans (AHRD) 0:00:39
6Cecilia Hansen (Heino) 0:00:44
7Oliva Bently (VISN)
8Lizi Duncombe (VISN) 0:00:48
9Shanni Berger (FEAR) 0:00:55
10Elena Cecchini (Canyon-SRAM) 0:01:19

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