Niamh Fisher-Black won the queen’s stage and Reusser saved the lead


Domination and exhibition of SD Worx in the queen stage of the Setmana Ciclista-Volta Femenina of the Valencian Community, with the victory of the New Zealander Niamh Fisher-Black, while the Swiss Marlon Reusser, fourth at the finish line, remains in the lead by 8 seconds over Katarzyna Niewiadoma and 12 over his teammate who completes the overall podium.

The pace was strong in the first hour of the race (35 km/hour). The arrival of Collao, the first ascent of the day, chose a group, with less than 50 units, although in the descent it became unified.

Before the start of La Carrasqueta, the first attack on the stage was carried out by Jessenia Meneses, the Colombian from Laboral Kutxa. On the climb, a group of nine runners formed, including the Ukrainian Olha Kulynych (Fenix-Deceunik), the Swiss Elise Chabey (Canyon Sram), Amanda Spratt (Lidl Trek), Amber Kraak (FDJ), Magdelein Vallieres ( EF) , Mischa Bredewold (SD Words), Caroline Andersson (Liv Jayco), Antonia Niedermaier (Canyon Sram), and Maud Oudeman (Visma).

At the start of Xorret, the group with the main favorite broke the breakaway and in the special category pass came the final battle, with four protagonists, which went to the New Zealander of SD Words, Niamh Flasher-Black, who won in an impressive up against the Italian Gaia Realini (Lidl Trek). Third was Katarzyna Niewadoma, who did not earn enough to take the leader’s orange jersey from Marlon Reusser, who was fourth.

The Swiss saved the lead with only 8 seconds ahead and the last stage to go, tomorrow Sunday between Sagunto and Valencia which, in principle, should not be a threat for the SD Worx rider.

Source: La Verdad


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