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Tour Femenino de San Luis Stage 2 Results

by pedalmag.com

tourfemenino_logoJanuary 12, 2016 (San Luis, Argentina) – Marta Tagliaferro (Ita) Ale Cipollini won the bunch sprint to the line to the win the 98.6km Stage 2 in Villa Mercedes and is now the overall race leader. Valerie Kononznko (Ukr) Ukraine was second with Anna Trevisi (Ita) Ale Cipollini in 3rd. Yesterday’s winner Coryn Rivera (USA) UnitedHealthcare Pro was 7th and is now second overall while her teammate Annie Ewart (Can) finished 69th. Fellow Canuck Alizee Brien (Can) Team Tibco – SVB was 123rd.

Results

1. Marta Tagliaferro (Ita) Ale Cipollini 2:39:03
2. Valerie Kononznko (Ukr) Ukraine
3. Anna Trevisi (Ita) Ale Cipollini
4. Emilia Fahlin (Swe) Ale Cipollini
5. Ana Teresa Casas (Mex) Conade-Visit Mexico
6. Arlenis Sierra (Cub) Cuba
7. Kendall Ryan (USA) Team TIBCO-SVB
8. Coryn Rivera (USA) UnitedHealthcare Pro
9. Maryna Ivaniuk (Ukr) Ukraine
10. Kelly Markus (Ned) Lares-Waowdeals

69. Annie Ewart (Can) UnitedHealthcare Pro
123. Alizee Brien (Can) Team Tibco-SVB 2:51

GC after Stage 2
1. Marta Tagliaferro (Ita) Ale Cipollini 5:31:51
2. Coryn Rivera (USA) UnitedHealthcare Pro 0:07
3. Valerie Kononznko (Ukr) Ukraine 0:14
4. Arlenis Sierra (Cub) Cuba 0:15
5. Anna Trevisi (Ita) Ale Cipollini
6. Olga Echenique (Cub) Cuba 0:18
7. Brianna Walle (USA) Team Tibco-SVB 0:20
8. Yumari Gonzalez (Cub) Cuba 0:21
9. Olga Shekel (Ukr) Ukraine
10. Paola Munoz (Chi) Xirayas de San Luis-OPW

90. Annie Ewart (Can) UnitedHealthcare Pro 9:34
117. Alizee Brien (Can) Team Tibco-SVB 23:18

 





1 Comments For This Post

  1. Ben Aroundo, ON, Canada says:

    How does Canada have the very best world class performances for women in cycling especially track and then conversely have inconsistent performances at other races? I’ve seen some of these women athletes up close and some look like super physical specimen (cycling thoroughbreds) that should conquer the cycling world. I did sense some eating irregularities and some hints of overtraining. Obviously there is inconsistent coaching or no cooperation or trading of knowledge between Canadian coaches. This has to change because if we are to be successful with our men and women, the Canadian coaches better work as a team, spill their knowledge beans openly with each other and get all our Canadian athletes ready to kick ass around the world and especially in Rio De Jenerio. We have the best of everything in Canada and that advantage should reflect in our athletic performances.

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