Women’s Tour of Britain | Day 3

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Stage 3 was easily the most aggressive, with the strong winds and open roads playing their part in a very fast day of racing.

Stage 3 was easily the most aggressive, with the strong winds and open roads playing their part in a very fast day of racing. Coined as ‘Dutch style’ attacks went from kilometre zero.

It eventually came back together for the seafront finish in Claction, with Dutch World Champion Marianne Vos taking the win & with it the lead in GC from a reduced bunch sprint.

 Helen & Jessie continued their fine form finishing 38th & 43rd in the bunch.

After being held up by a crash Harriet, Jo, Penny & Mel crossed the line in a small group unable to bridge back in the frenetic pace set by Rabo Liv & Boels Dolmans – as the race covered 83kms in 2 hours.

Following a crash free day the team will be looking for more opportunities tomorrow.

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