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Marta Bastianelli wins Tour of Flanders 2019

Marta Bastianelli wins Tour of Flanders 2019 (Image credit: Getty Images)

The Tour of Flanders is one of the biggest one-day races in the world. The 159km race includes ten hills and four cobbled sectors. There are some small changes to the course from last year but the bulk of the flat cobbled sectors are, once again, located near the beginning of the race: Lippenhovestraat (33km), Paddestraat (35km), Holleweg (57km) and Haaghoek (62km). There are also 10 sharp climbs: Wolvenberg (55km), Leberg (64km), Berendries (68km), Tenbosse (76km), Muur-Kapelmuur (86km), Kanarieberg (114km), Taaienberg (118km), Kruisberg/Hotond (133km) and the final two climbs over the Oude Kwaremont (143km) and Paterberg (146km). From the last climb it’s another 13 kilometres to the finish in Oudenaarde.

In the 2019 edition of Tour of Flanders, Team Virtu's Marta Bastianelli came out on top of a three-woman sprint, relegating 2011 winner Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) to second place, with Bigla's Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig in third.

Stages

  • Tour of Flanders Women 2020
    18 October 2020 | Oudenaarde | Women's WorldTour
    • Elite Women | Oudenaarde - Oudenaarde
      2020-04-05

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