VAN VLEUTEN “CYCLONE” AT GIRO ROSA

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Annemiek Van Vleuten arrived as a cyclone on today’s stage of 29 “Giro Rosa U.C.I. WWT”. The time trial World Champion favourite number one for the victory at the race of Giuseppe Rivolta, triumphed at the individual uphill trial of 15 km from Lanzada to Dam of Campo Moro, in the amazing panorama of Valtellina. The Dutch champion of Mitchelton Scott won with an incredible gap on the second one, the South African Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) at 2’29’’and the third one Lucinda Brand of Team Sunweb, who lost 2’54’’. Very interesting final times for Italians Elisa Longo Borghini (Wiggle High5) and Alice Maria Arzuffi (Bizkaia Durango Euskadi), 6th and 7th at the finish.

With this victory Van Vleuten is now leading the general classification of “Giro Rosa”, just before her teammate Amanda Spratt. Third is Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio. Dutch Kirsten Wild (Wiggle-High5) still wears Cyclamine jersey, Amanda Spratt the Green one, the Italian coming from Veneto Sofia Bertizzolo (Astana Women’s Team)  is the strongest of youngsters (wearing the White jersey), Elisa Longo Borghini (Wiggle High5) from Ornavasso, today finished sixth, is again the best Italian rider and she wears the Blue jersey. Tomorrow, Friday 13rd July the 8th stage from San Giorgio di Perlena (Fara Vicentino) to Breganze; 126,2 km with 2 G.P.M. of III Cat. at km 38,3 and at km 117,5. (Photos of Flaviano Ossola)

RESULTS STAGE 7 “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT”:
1) Van Vleuten Annemiek (Mitchelton Scott) Km 15,00 in 46’06’’ at an average of 19,523 km/h
2) Moolman-Pasio Ashleigh (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) at 2’29’’
3) Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb) at 2’54’’
4) Guarnier Megan (Boels Dolmans Cycling) at 3’17’’
5) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott) at 3’26’’
6) Longo Borghini Elisa (Wiggle High5) at 3’28’’
7) Niewiadoma Katarzyna (Canyon SRAM Racing) at 3’38’’
8) Ludwig Cecilie Uttrup (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) at 4’06’’
9) Arzuffi Alice Maria (Bizkaia Durango Euskadi) at 4’18’’
10) Wiles Tayler (Trek-Drops) at 4’30’’

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION AFTER THE STAGE 7 “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT”:
1) Van Vleuten Annemiek (Mitchelton Scott) in 16h25’23’’
2) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott) at 2’53’’
3) Moolman-Pasio Ashleigh (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) at 2’54’’
4) Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb) at 3’01’’
5) Niewiadoma Katarzyna (Canyon SRAM Racing) at 4’21’’
6) Guarnier Megan (Boels Dolmans Cycling) at 4’33’’
7) Ludwig Cecilie Uttrup (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) at 4’39’’
8) Winder Ruth (Team Sunweb) at 5’52’’
9) Longo Borghini Elisa (Wiggle High5) at 6’34’’
10) Stultiens Sabrina (Waowdeals Pro Cycling Team) at 6’36’’

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT” – THE JERSEYS:
– PINK JERSEY (COLNAGO): Van Vleuten Annemiek (Mitchelton Scott)
– CYCLAMIN JERSEY (SELLE SMP): Wild Kirsten (Wiggle High5)
– GREEN JERSEY (SOPREMA GROUP): Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott)
– WHITE JERSEY (COLNAGO): Bertizzolo Sofia (Astana Women’s Team)
– BLUE JERSEY (GSG): Longo Borghini Elisa (Wiggle High5)

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WOMEN’S WORLD TOUR” – THE STAGES:
– Friday 6th July 2018 – Verbania-Verbania (km 15,5 – Team time trail)
– Saturday 7th July 2018 – Ovada-Ovada (km 120,390)
– Sunday 8th July 2018 – Corbetta-Corbetta (km 132)
– Monday 9th July 2018  – Piacenza-Piacenza (km 109)
– Tuesday 10th July 2018 – Omegna-Omegna (km 122,6)
– Wednesday 11st July 2018 – Sovico-Gerola Alta (km 114,1)
– Thursday 12nd July 2018 – Lanzada-Dighe di Campo Moro (km 15 – Individual Uphill climb trial)
– Friday 13rd July 2018 – San Giorgio di Perlena (Fara Vicentino)-Breganze (km 126,2)
– Saturday 14th July 2018 – Tricesimo-Ovaro (Monte Zoncolan) (km 104,7)
– Sunday 15th July 2018 – Cividale del Friuli-Cividale del Friuli (km 120,3)

STAGE WIN AND MAGLIA ROSA FOR RUTH WINDER IN OMEGNA

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The American Ruth Winder has been the protagonist of  the 5th stage of “Giro Rosa U.C.I. WWT”, Omegna-Omegna, 122.6 km long. The strong Team Sunweb athlete has defeated at the sprint the other two riders that escaped with her at about 20km to the finish. Second has arrived the compatriot Tayler Wiles (Trek Drops) and third Alice Maria Arzuffi (Bizkaia Durango Euskadi Murias) from Seregno, Italy.

The first part of the stage has been characterized by the breakway of twelve athletes with also the Blue jersey Maria Giulia Confalonieri (Valcar PBM). After an advantage of about one minute, the leading group has been caught by the peloton just before the start of the only G.P.M. of the day located in Someraro (Loc.Nevo) of 2nd category, won by the Polish  Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon Sram Racing). Second has arrived the Italian Elisa Longo Borghini (Wiggle High5), who was riding in her hometown roads with many fans for her. During the descent to Armeno, three athletes decided to go in a beautiful escape that took Ruth Winder, Tayler Wiles and Alice Maria Arzuffi to a three final sprint, won by the American Winder (who celebrated the birthday just yesterday).

With this victory Winder wears the Pink jersey, the Dutch sprinter Kirsten Wild (Wiggle High5) still mantain the Cyclamine jersey, the former european junior champion Sofia Bertizzolo (Astana Women’s Team) is the new White jersey as the best young rider and the Italian from Ornavasso Elisa Longo Borghini wears Green and Blue jersey also for today. Tomorrow 6th stage from Sovico with the first uphill finish in Gerola Alta after 114,1 km. (Photos of Flaviano Ossola)

RESULTS STAGE 5 “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT”:
1) Winder Ruth (Team Sunweb) Km 117,70 in 3h01’06’’ at an average of 38,995 km/h
2) Wiles Tayler (Trek Drops) at 1’’
3) Arzuffi Alice Maria (Bizkaia Durango Euskadi Murias)
4) Vos Marianne (Waowdeals Pro Cycling) at 1’17’’
5) Guarnier Megan (Boels Dolmans Cycling)
6) Longo Borghini Elisa (Wiggle High5)
7) Confalonieri Maria Giulia (Valcar PBM)
8) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott)
9) Paladin Soraya (Ale Cipollini)
10) Quagliotto Nadia (Top Girls Fassa Bortolo)

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE 5 “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT”:
1) Winder Ruth (Team Sunweb) in 12h39’36’’
2) Kirchmann Leah (Team Sunweb) at 1’18’’
3) Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb) at 1’24’’
4) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott) at 1’29’’
5) Van Vleuten Annemiek (Mitchelton Scott) at 1’29’’
6) Van Dijk Ellen (Team Sunweb) at 1’35’’
7) Lepisto Lotta (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) at 1’42’’
8) Ludwig Cecilie Uttrup (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) at 1’50’’
9) Moolman-Pasio  Ashleigh (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) at 1’50’’
10) Niewiadoma Katarzyna (Canyon SRAM Racing) at 2’01’’

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT” – THE JERSEYS:
– PINK JERSEY (COLNAGO): Winder Ruth (Team Sunweb)
– CYCLAMIN JERSEY (SELLE SMP): Wild Kirsten (Wiggle High5)
– GREEN JERSEY (SOPREMA GROUP): Longo Borghini Elisa (Wiggle High5)
– WHITE JERSEY (COLNAGO): Bertizzolo Sofia (Astana Women’s Team)
– BLUE JERSEY (GSG): Longo Borghini Elisa (Wiggle High5)

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WOMEN’S WORLD TOUR” – THE STAGES:
– Friday 6th July 2018 – Verbania-Verbania (km 15,5 – Cronometro a Squadre)
– Saturday 7th July 2018 – Ovada-Ovada (km 120,390)
– Sunday 8th July 2018 – Corbetta-Corbetta (km 132)
– Monday 9th July 2018  – Piacenza-Piacenza (km 109)
– Tuesday 10th July 2018 – Omegna-Omegna (km 122,6)
– Wednesday 11st July 2018 – Sovico-Gerola Alta (km 114,1)
– Thursday 12nd July 2018 – Lanzada-Dighe di Campo Moro (km 15 – Cronoscalata Individuale)
– Friday 13rd July 2018 – San Giorgio di Perlena (Fara Vicentino)-Breganze (km 126,2)
– Saturday 14th July 2018 – Tricesimo-Ovaro (Monte Zoncolan) (km 104,7)
– Sunday 15th July 2018 – Cividale del Friuli-Cividale del Friuli (km 120,3)

AD OMEGNA TAPPA E MAGLIA A RUTH WINDER

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E’ l’americana Ruth Winder la grande protagonista della quinta frazione del “Giro Rosa U.C.I. WWT”, la Omegna-Omegna di 122,6 chilometri. La forte portacolori del Team Sunweb ha battuto allo sprint le due compagne di fuga con le quali si era avvantaggiata sul resto del gruppo a circa venti chilometri dalla conclusione, relegando al secondo posto la connazionale Tayler Wiles (Trek Drops) ed al terzo la brianzola di Seregno Alice Maria Arzuffi (Bizkaia Durango Euskadi Murias).

La prima fase di corsa è stata caratterizzata dalla fuga di un drappello composto da una dozzina di atlete tra cui la maglia blu Maria Giulia Confalonieri (Valcar PBM). Le fuggitive, dopo aver guadagnato un vantaggio massimo di un minuto, sono state raggiunte dal gruppo poco prima della salita verso il G.P.M. di seconda categoria collocato a Someraro (Loc. Levo), poi vinto dalla polacca Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon Sram Racing) sulla padrona di casa, sostenuta da un calorosissimo pubblico, Elisa Longo Borghini (Wiggle High5). Lungo la discesa verso Armeno è nata l’azione decisiva di giornata, che ha portato Ruth Winder, Tayler Wiles ed Alice Maria Arzuffi a giocarsi il successo finale, andato alla statunitense Winder, che ha compiuto 25 anni proprio ieri.

Grazie a questo successo la Winder ha conquistato anche la maglia rosa, la sprinter olandese Kirsten Wild (Wiggle High5) ha mantenuto la maglia ciclamino, l’ex campionessa europea junior Sofia Bertizzolo (Astana Women’s Team), è balzata in vetta alla classifica della maglia bianca riservata alla miglior giovane, mentre la piemontese di Ornavasso Elisa Longo Borghini ha conservato senza troppi affanni la maglia verde e la maglia blu. Domani sesta tappa, con partenza da Sovico ed arrivo in vetta alla salita di Gerola Alta dopo 114,1 chilometri. (Foto di Flaviano Ossola)

ORDINE D’ARRIVO QUINTA TAPPA “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT”:
1) Winder Ruth (Team Sunweb) Km 117,70 in 3h01’06’’ alla media di 38,995 km/h
2) Wiles Tayler (Trek Drops) a 1’’
3) Arzuffi Alice Maria (Bizkaia Durango Euskadi Murias)
4) Vos Marianne (Waowdeals Pro Cycling) a 1’17’’
5) Guarnier Megan (Boels Dolmans Cycling)
6) Longo Borghini Elisa (Wiggle High5)
7) Confalonieri Maria Giulia (Valcar PBM)
8) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott)
9) Paladin Soraya (Ale Cipollini)
10) Quagliotto Nadia (Top Girls Fassa Bortolo)

CLASSIFICA GENERALE “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT” DOPO LA QUINTA TAPPA:
1) Winder Ruth (Team Sunweb) in 12h39’36’’
2) Kirchmann Leah (Team Sunweb) a 1’18’’
3) Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb) a 1’24’’
4) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott) a 1’29’’
5) Van Vleuten Annemiek (Mitchelton Scott) a 1’29’’
6) Van Dijk Ellen (Team Sunweb) a 1’35’’
7) Lepisto Lotta (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) a 1’42’’
8) Ludwig Cecilie Uttrup (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) a 1’50’’
9) Moolman-Pasio  Ashleigh (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling) a 1’50’’
10) Niewiadoma Katarzyna (Canyon SRAM Racing) a 2’01’’

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT” – LE MAGLIE:
– MAGLIA ROSA (COLNAGO) Winder Ruth (Team Sunweb)
– MAGLIA CICLAMINO (SELLE SMP): Wild Kirsten (Wiggle High5)
– MAGLIA VERDE (SOPREMA GROUP): Longo Borghini Elisa (Wiggle High5)
– MAGLIA BIANCA (COLNAGO): Bertizzolo Sofia (Astana Women’s Team)
– MAGLIA BLU (GSG): Longo Borghini Elisa (Wiggle High5)

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT” – LE TAPPE:
– Venerdì 6 Luglio 2018 – Verbania-Verbania (Km 15,5 – Cronometro a Squadre)
– Sabato 7 Luglio 2018 – Ovada-Ovada (Km 120,390)
– Domenica 8 Luglio 2018 – Corbetta-Corbetta (Km 132)
– Lunedì 9 Luglio 2018 – Piacenza-Piacenza (Km 109)
– Martedì 10 Luglio 2018 – Omegna-Omegna (Km 122,6)
– Mercoledì 11 Luglio 2018 – Sovico-Gerola Alta (Km 114,1)
– Giovedì 12 Luglio 2018 – Lanzada-Dighe di Campo Moro (Km 15 – Cronoscalata Individuale)
– Venerdì 13 Luglio 2018 – San Giorgio di Perlena (Fara Vicentino)-Breganze (Km 126,2)
– Sabato 14 Luglio 2018 – Tricesimo-Ovaro (Monte Zoncolan) (Km 104,7)
– Domenica 15 Luglio 2018 – Cividale del Friuli-Cividale del Friuli (Km 120,3)

A THRILLING VICTORY IN OVADA FOR THE DUTCH KIRSTEN WILD

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A beautiful action up to the finish line of the Dutch Kirsten Wild during the second stage of “Giro Rosa U.C.I. WWT”, Ovada-Ovada of 122,1 km: the strong athlete of Wiggle High5, teammate of Elisa Longo Borghini, preceded the two times World champion Giorgia Bronzini (Cylance Pro Cycling) and the three times champion of “Giro Rosa” and 2017 European champion Marianne Vos (Waowdeals Pro Cycling).

The stage drawn on a continuous latch of hills and run with a lot of heat, exploded after 50km with the breakaway of the many times Italian cross champion Alice Maria Arzuffi (Bizkaia Durango Euskadi Murias) and the ex Spanish champion Sheyla Gutierrez Ruiz (Cylance Pro Cycling), arriving to lead the peloton by 3’. Only in the last kilometers the bunch reduced the gap with the first position for Kirsten Wild the second for Bronzini, the third for Vos. After them the ex World champion Marta Bastianelli (Alè Cipollini) and the Dutch Amy Pieters (Boels Dolmans Cycling).

With the 10th place of today Lucinda Brand (Team Sunweb) is the new “Maglia Rosa”, Kirsten Wild (Wiggle High5) wears the cyclamine jersey, Sheyla Gutierrez Ruiz (Cyclance Pro Cycling), that won the G.P.M. of 3rd category at Belforte Monferrato (Km 57,52)  wears the green jersey and the young French talent  Jouliette Labous (Team Sunweb) wears the white jersey. The three time Italian champion Elena Cecchini (Canyon Sram Racing) still wear the blue jersey. Tomorrow, Sunday 8th July, the longest stage of “Giro Rosa” with 132 km from Corbetta to Corbetta.

 RESULTS STAGE 2 “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT”:
1) Wild Kirsten (Wiggle High5) Km 122,100 in 3h22’00’’ .av. Speed di 36,267 Km/h
2) Bronzini Giorgia (Cylance Pro Cycling)
3) Vos Marianne (Waowdeals Pro Cycling)
4) Bastianelli Marta (Ale Cipollini)
5) Pieters Amy (Boels Dolmans Cycling)
6) Ryan Alexis (Canyon SRAM Racing)
7) Sanguineti Ilaria (Valcar PBM)
8) Fournier Roxane (FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine)
9) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott)
10) Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb)

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION AFTER STAGE 2 “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT”:
1) Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb) 3h40’22’’
2) Kirchmann Leah (Team Sunweb)
3) Van Dijk Ellen (Team Sunweb) a 3’’
4) Winder Ruth (Team Sunweb)
5) Labous Juliette (Team Sunweb)
6) Lippert Liane (Team Sunweb)
7) Soek Julia (Team Sunweb)
8) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott) a 4’’
9) Elvin Gracie (Mitchelton Scott)
10) Van Vleuten Annemiek (Mitchelton Scott)

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT” – THE JERSEYS:
– PINK JERSEY (COLNAGO): Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb)
– CYCLAMIN JERSEY (SELLE SMP): Wild Kirsten (Wiggle High5)
– GREEN JERSEY (SOPREMA GROUP): Gutierrez Ruiz Sheyla (Cylance Pro Cycling)
– WHITE JERSEY (COLNAGO): Labous Jouliette (Team Sunweb)
– BLUE JERSEY (GSG): Elena Cecchini (Canyon Sram Racing)

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WOMEN’S WORLD TOUR” – THE STAGES:
– Friday 6th July 2018 – Verbania-Verbania (km 15,5 – Cronometro a Squadre)
– Saturday 7th July 2018 – Ovada-Ovada (km 120,390)
– Sunday 8th July 2018 – Corbetta-Corbetta (km 132)
– Monday 9th July 2018  – Piacenza-Piacenza (km 109)
– Tuesday 10th July 2018 – Omegna-Omegna (km 122,6)
– Wednesday 11st July 2018 – Sovico-Gerola Alta (km 114,1)
– Thursday 12nd July 2018 – Lanzada-Dighe di Campo Moro (km 15 – Cronoscalata Individuale)
– Friday 13rd July 2018 – San Giorgio di Perlena (Fara Vicentino)-Breganze (km 126,2)
– Saturday 14th July 2018 – Tricesimo-Ovaro (Monte Zoncolan) (km 104,7)
– Sunday 15th July 2018 – Cividale del Friuli-Cividale del Friuli (km 120,3)

Foto (c)  Flaviano Ossola

AD OVADA VITTORIA “THRILLING” DELL’OLANDESE KIRSTEN WILD

 

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Sprint vincente della possente velocista olandese Kirsten Wild nella seconda frazione del “Giro Rosa U.C.I. WWT”, la Ovada-Ovada di 122,1 chilometri. La forte portacolori del team Wiggle High5, compagna di squadra di Elisa Longo Borghini, si è lasciata alle spalle la due volte campionessa del mondo su strada Giorgia Bronzini (Cylance Pro Cycling) e la tre volte dominatrice della “Corsa Rosa” e campionessa europea in carica Marianne Vos (Waowdeals Pro Cycling).

La competizione, spalmata sulle strade di un percorso ricco di saliscendi e caratterizzata dal gran caldo, è vissuta sulla lunga fuga di una coppia ben assortita formata dalla già campionessa italiana di ciclocross Alice Maria Arzuffi (Bizkaia Durango Euskadi Murias) e dall’ex campionessa nazionale spagnola Sheyla Gutierrez Ruiz (Cylance Pro Cycling), che hanno accumulato un vantaggio massimo sul gruppo di oltre tre minuti. La bella azione delle atlete al comando è stata annullata dal plotone solamente in vista del triangolo rosso dell’ultimo chilometro, quando ormai il folto pubblico presente al traguardo di Ovada si attendeva una volata a due. Successo, quindi, per Kirsten Wild davanti a Bronzini, Vos, all’ex iridata Marta Bastianelli (Alè Cipollini) e all’olandese Amy Pieters (Boels Dolmans Cycling).

Grazie al decimo posto odierno Lucinda Brand (Team Sunweb) ha conquistato la Maglia Rosa, Kirsten Wild (Wiggle High5) ha vestito la maglia ciclamino, Sheyla Gutierrez Ruiz (Cyclance Pro Cycling), vincitrice del G.P.M. di terza categoria a Belforte Monferrato (Km 57,52), ha indossato la maglia verde, il giovane talento transalpino Jouliette Labous (Team Sunweb) si è aggiudicata la maglia bianca, mentre la tre volte tricolore su strada Elena Cecchini (Canyon Sram Racing) ha mantenuto senza troppi affanni la maglia blu. Domani, domenica 8 luglio, terza tappa, la più lunga del Giro con i suoi 132 chilometri. Partenza ed arrivo sono collocati a Corbetta.

ORDINE D’ARRIVO SECONDA TAPPA “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT”:
1) Wild Kirsten (Wiggle High5) Km 122,100 in 3h22’00’’ alla media di 36,267 Km/h
2) Bronzini Giorgia (Cylance Pro Cycling)
3) Vos Marianne (Waowdeals Pro Cycling)
4) Bastianelli Marta (Ale Cipollini)
5) Pieters Amy (Boels Dolmans Cycling)
6) Ryan Alexis (Canyon SRAM Racing)
7) Sanguineti Ilaria (Valcar PBM)
8) Fournier Roxane (FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine)
9) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott)
10) Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb)

CLASSIFICA GENERALE “GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT” DOPO LA SECONDA TAPPA:
1) Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb) 3h40’22’’
2) Kirchmann Leah (Team Sunweb)
3) Van Dijk Ellen (Team Sunweb) a 3’’
4) Winder Ruth (Team Sunweb)
5) Labous Juliette (Team Sunweb)
6) Lippert Liane (Team Sunweb)
7) Soek Julia (Team Sunweb)
8) Spratt Amanda (Mitchelton Scott) a 4’’
9) Elvin Gracie (Mitchelton Scott)
10) Van Vleuten Annemiek (Mitchelton Scott)

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT” – LE MAGLIE:
– MAGLIA ROSA (COLNAGO) Brand Lucinda (Team Sunweb)
– MAGLIA CICLAMINO (SELLE SMP): Wild Kirsten (Wiggle High5)
– MAGLIA VERDE (SOPREMA GROUP): Gutierrez Ruiz Sheyla (Cylance Pro Cycling)
– MAGLIA BIANCA (COLNAGO): Labous Jouliette (Team Sunweb)
– MAGLIA BLU (GSG): Elena Cecchini (Canyon Sram Racing)

“GIRO ROSA U.C.I. WWT” – LE TAPPE:
– Venerdì 6 Luglio 2018 – Verbania-Verbania (Km 15,5 – Cronometro a Squadre)
– Sabato 7 Luglio 2018 – Ovada-Ovada (Km 120,390)
– Domenica 8 Luglio 2018 – Corbetta-Corbetta (Km 132)
– Lunedì 9 Luglio 2018 – Piacenza-Piacenza (Km 109)
– Martedì 10 Luglio 2018 – Omegna-Omegna (Km 122,6)
– Mercoledì 11 Luglio 2018 – Sovico-Gerola Alta (Km 114,1)
– Giovedì 12 Luglio 2018 – Lanzada-Dighe di Campo Moro (Km 15 – Cronoscalata Individuale)
– Venerdì 13 Luglio 2018 – San Giorgio di Perlena (Fara Vicentino)-Breganze (Km 126,2)
– Sabato 14 Luglio 2018 – Tricesimo-Ovaro (Monte Zoncolan) (Km 104,7)
– Domenica 15 Luglio 2018 – Cividale del Friuli-Cividale del Friuli (Km 120,3)

Foto (c) Flaviano Ossola