31.08.2022 , ,

ALL SAFELY THROUGH STAGE 2 OF SIMAC LADIES TOUR

Soraya Paladin moved up one place in the general classification after a fast-paced stage two of the Simac Ladies Tour in Ede, the Netherlands.

The stage was won by Lorena Wiebes (DSM) in a bunch sprint ahead of Laura Tomasi (UAE). Soraya finished 12th in the sprint and now sits 7th overall at +21 seconds behind Wiebes.

“The team looked after me all day today and made sure I was in a good position,” said Soraya.

A tailwind sprint meant a high pace but Soraya managed well and could safely get through the stage. Tomorrow’s stage is two large 78km laps around the town of Gennep. With a total elevation of 423m for the 139km-long stage, the sprinters will have another golden opportunity.

HOW TO FOLLOW

The Simac Ladies Tour can be followed on Twitter with #SLT2022 and is broadcast on GCN, Eurosport and Ziggo Sport.

Stage 3 | Thursday 1 September | 139.1km | Gennep | Race start 12:15CEST | Broadcast 14:45CEST

Stage 4 | Friday 2 September | 135.2km | Landgraaf | Race start 12:00CEST | Broadcast 14:45CEST

Stage 5 | Saturday 3 September | 17.8km ITT | Sittard – Beekdaalen | First rider 11:45CEST | Broadcast 11:45CEST

Stage 6 | Sunday 4 September | 150.3km | Arnhem | Race start 10:00CEST | Broadcast 11:45CEST

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