Why growing the women’s Sun Tour isn’t as simple as you might think

Put the men’s and women’s Herald Sun Tours side-by-side and it’s not hard to spot the differences. The men’s race comprises five stages, the women’s is just two. The men’s offers a total of €65,130.50 (AU$103,000) in prize money, the women’s offers just €9,511 (AU$15,000). In short, the two races are far from equal. But … The post Why growing the women’s Sun Tour isn’t as simple as you might think appeared first on CyclingTips .

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