The Hidden Stories Of The Women'S Warnie

The hidden stories of the Women's Warnie

It's a unique challenge within the sport of cycling - a race within a race over 267 kilometres. 12 women took to the startline of the Melbourne to Warrnambool over the weekend, including SBS contributor Kirsty Deacon of Veris Racing, who reached out to the other competitors to bring their stories to life.

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