Women Elite race info
With the start and finish in Schoten, this flat race is a breeze for the pure sprinters. The course first takes the riders towards Brecht, where the wind can play a crucial role in the open spaces in the north of Belgium. Once back in Schoten, three local laps each of 17 km await. Will it be three in a row for Lorena Wiebes or will another name be added to the list of honour of the Women's Scheldprijs?
Start: Churchilllaan in Schoten – 11:30
Finish: Churchilllaan in Schoten – around 14:43
Timetable & roadmap
Looking for the timings of the race? Then you can download the timetable below. Looking for the hours according to the fastest and slowest schedule, but then specifically at street level? Consult the road map below. Soon our fan guide will be appearing here with all the practical information.
10:15 am – 11:15 am Team presentation on the podium at the Churchilllaan, at the start and finish zone
As with their very first edition, the weather gods were not particularly kind to the women at the start in Schoten. It was especially the rain and the wind that made the race, since there were not many attacks. It soon became clear that the second edition would again end in a bunch sprint. Just as the year before, it was the Dutch rider Wiebes who sprinted convincingly to victory. She finished ahead of Consonni and Barbieri.
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