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Tour de Suisse: Great Britain's Lizzie Deignan wins by one second

Great Britain's Lizzie Deignan beat Elise Chabbey by one second to win the women's Tour de Suisse. Trek-Segafredo rider Deignan trailed Chabbey by four seconds after finishing second to the Swiss on stage one. But on stage two, won by Italy's Marta Bastianelli, she picked up bonus seconds at two...
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Lizzie Deignan back to winning ways as Brit wins GC at the Tour de Suisse Women

Lizzie Deignan returned to winning ways at the Tour de Suisse on Sunday, finishing in the bunch to take the general classification by one second. Having admitted she messed up the sprint on Saturday’s stage one, Deignan was back to her predatory best in Frauenfeld, constantly well-positioned and alert, directing her Trek-Segafredo team to neutralise any threats.
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Elise Chabbey outsprints Lizzie Deignan at the return of the Tour de Suisse Women

Elise Chabbey took the first professional win of her career, beating Lizzie Deignan in a clever sprint at the opening stage of the Tour de Suisse Women. On a rainy Saturday in Frauenfeld, the two women had escaped the clutches of a five-woman group with around 13 of the 114.3km remaining, Chabbey launching an attack which Deignan followed.
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VN news ticker: Lizzie Deignan, Ruth Winder, Team DSM, Parkhotel Valkenburg out of women’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège

Defending champion Lizzie Deignan out of Liège-Bastogne-Liège. There will be no defending champion at the women’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège on Sunday. Team Trek-Segafredo confirmed its line-up for the race Saturday, and 2020 champ Lizzie Deignan was absent. The U.S-registered squad still packs a strong selection including Lucinda Brand, Elisa Longo Borghini, and Tayler Wiles.
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Here’s why Lizzie Deignan, Mikayla Harvey, and other pros love Trofeo Alfredo Binda

The women’s peloton returns to Italy on Sunday for Trofeo Alfredo Binda in the second WorldTour race of the year, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. One of the longest-running races on the women’s calendar, Binda will celebrate the big 46 this year. The 141.8-kilometer northern Italian race is as beloved as it is aged, with countless pros citing it as a favorite for numerous reasons. The hilly course finishes with a descent to the finish, and the race can end with a solo breakaway, bunch sprint, and almost every scenario in between.
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Lizzie Deignan out as Trek-Segafredo braces for high-stakes women’s Strade Bianche

It may not be the high summer of last year’s edition, but Trek-Segafredo women’s team is feeling the heat ahead of Strade Bianche. SD Worx slam a purple and red hammer onto the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad last week, and with the race calendar as uncertain as ever, Trek-Segafredo – even more so with the absence of team anchor Lizzie Deignan due to illness – is braced for a high-stakes race on the white roads of Tuscany on Saturday.
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Lizzie Deignan on her first time riding Paris-Roubaix cobbles: ‘I’m happy with my skills, but physically it’s so demanding’

Lizzie Deignan said she’s comfortable with her abilities on the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix, but added she was surprised by how physically demanding they are. The former world champion joined her Trek-Segafredo team-mates to recon the iconic pavé sectors of northern France, ahead of the first ever women’s Paris-Roubaix next month.
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Lizzie Deignan sets pace as Tokyo looms

A season which looked at one stage as if it might collapse completely, along with half of its teams, eventually managed to cram in some half decent action. Not for the first time, it was Yorkshirewoman Lizzie Deignan who led the way in terms of British success on the road.
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