D'Hoore Takes Aim At Gent-Wevelgem, De Panne Video Highlights - Women's News Shorts

Jolien D'hoore wins Women's WorldTour round at Driedaagse De Panne

After taking her first victory in the colours of Mitchelton-Scott , Jolien D’hoore will immediately be looking for her next at Sunday’s Gent-Wevelgem . The Belgian champion will have illustrious support in time trial world champion Annemiek van Vleuten, who returns to racing following a training block after riding at the Track World Championships. Completing the line-up will be Santos Women’s Tour winner Amanda Spratt, last year’s Tour of Flanders runner-up Gracie Elvin, Sarah Roy and Jessica Allen. D’hoore came close in last year’s sprint finish, taking second to Cervelo-Bigla’s Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig. She was racing for Wiggle-High5 then and has since switched to Mitchelton-Scott, winning with the team for the first time at the Driedaagse de Panne on Thursday. With the addition of Van Vleuten, she will have much the same team behind her as she did at De Panne. Van Vleuten believes that this common thread will pay ...

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