Women’s Team of the Week: Flat and Furious Edition

Races Out across the Flanders flatlands for Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne (WWT4) and slightly less flat Gent-Wevelgem (WWT5) . Coverage If it carries on like this TotW will no longer need to comment. Except perhaps to question the value of head-on shots in figuring out closely fought sprints. But hey. Let’s not be too picky. TotW, however, is not shy in saying that race highlights so far this year have been decidedly rubbish. At least with a bunch sprint they can’t get much wrong, though? Decide for yourself here and here . Riders Kirsten Wild : Returning from an extended track season, back to back WWT wins demonstrate she’s easily the most powerful sprinter in the peloton right now. Lorena Wiebes (2): Second in successive WWT races is a massive step up for a rider who turned 20 less than a fortnight ago. (She can thank Jens for the reverse jinx ...

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