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Itzulia Women - Demi Vollering wins stage 2

Demi Vollering (Team SD Worx) has followed up on her stage 1 victory by also winning stage 2 of the Itzulia Women. A group of five had formed on the category-one climb cresting with 12.4 km to go, and the overnight leader was strongest on the uphill finish, crossing the line two seconds ahead of Olivia Baril (Valcar-Travel & Service) and Marta Cavalli (FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope), with Pauliena Rooijakkers (Canyon-SRAM) and Juliette Labous (Team DSM) a few seconds further behind.
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Demi Vollering: I would have loved to win, for Amy

Demi Vollering slumped to the tarmac beyond the finish line at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and sat still as the emotion began to wash over her. As she made her way towards the podium and linked back up with her SD Worx teammates, the tears continued to flow, and they hadn’t stopped by the time she spoke to the media.
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Demi Vollering aims for yellow at the first Tour de France Femmes, but does not feel pressure of being a leader

For another rider, filling the gargantuan gap left by the retirement of Anna van der Breggen at SD Worx would be a big ask. Not so for Demi Vollering. Filling the shoes of Van der Breggen, twice world champion, four-time Giro d'Italia Donne winner, seems to be natural for the Dutchwoman. This year, she is aiming to be the first winner of the Tour de France Femmes.
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Demi Vollering knows what it will take to win the Tour de France Femmes

Demi Vollering is embarking on her second season at SD Worx with a big goal of winning the most talked about event on the 2022 calendar - Tour de France Femmes. The Dutch talent believes that she knows what it will take to beat rivals like Annemiek van Vleuten and Elisa Longo Borghini, and that claiming the yellow jersey has the potential inspire the next generation of young female riders.
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Demi Vollering wins the Women’s Tour GC as Balsamo takes her first win as world champion

Elisa Balsamo took her first win as world champion in Felixstowe on Saturday, the Italian winning the final stage of the AJ Bell Women’s Tour. The 23-year-old benefited from an excellent lead-out in her last race with Valcar Travel and Service, surging clear in the final metres to win ahead of Lorena Wiebes (DSM) and Chloe Hosking (Trek-Segafredo).
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Demi Vollering wins third stage to seize overall lead in Women’s Tour of Britain

Demi Vollering delivered a second Women’s Tour of Britain stage win in a row for SDWorx with a resounding victory in the 16.6km individual time trial in Atherstone. The Dutchwoman was the only rider to finish the course in less than 24 minutes and the win lifted her from fourth place overall in the race to claim the leader’s jersey and the first stage victory of her career in 23min 18sec.
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Demi Vollering sprints to win La Course, Tour de France precursor

LANDERNEAU, France -- Dutch rider Demi Vollering won a sprint finish Saturday to claim a maiden victory in La Course, the women's one-day race organized as a Tour de France curtain-raiser. There were several unsuccessful attacks in the final 3 kilometers uphill before former champion Marianne Vos launched the sprint...
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Demi Vollering Wins the 2021 La Course

Demi Vollering of the SD Worx team won the women’s cycling race La Course on Saturday in an event that preceded the opening stage of the Tour de France between the Atlantic port of Brest and Landernau. Vollering, a rising star in women’s cycling, recently won the one-day classic Liege-Bastogne-Liege...
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Demi Vollering wins La Course by Tour de France – as it happened

Hugs all round for SD Worx - it was a fine, attacking team performance that allowed Demi Vollering to sprint to victory atop the Côte de la Fosse aux Loups, denying Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig in second and Marianne Vos in third. A fine race - next year’s eight-stage women’s Tour de France will no doubt bring much more excitement. That’s all for today’s La Course blog - we will post the race report here shortly - and come back soon for our coverage of Tour de France stage 1.
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