Marianne Vos wins the BeNe Ladies Tour
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Marianne Vos has the Bene Ladies Tour won. The province was already the leader in the four days and won Sunday’s final stage, with start and finish in the Belgian Zelzate.
Vos won the sprint ahead of her compatriot Monique van de Ree. Saturday she had after a win in the individual time trial in Sint-Laureins all of the leader’s conquered.
Fox defended in the general classification with a lead of eight seconds on the British Alice Barnes. The Australian Annette Edmondson was third on thirty seconds. On the edge of the Fox came during the final stage no longer in danger.
In the stage race through Belgium and the Netherlands made Fox her comeback after a broken collarbone. Friday in the first stage, also came second behind Barnes. Saturday in the morning, she was second behind the British Elinor Barker.
Vos, who rides for WM3 Pro Cycling, started the round on Thursday still disappointing. They came in the prologue unfortunate fall and was almost last.
It was the fourth edition of the BeNe Ladies Tour. The previous two times won the Belgian Jolien D’hoore. The Swedish Emma Johanssen triumphed in 2014 during the first edition.