The 32nd edition of the Giro D’italia Donne has come to an end with the assignment of the 2021 Maglia Rosa to Anna van der Breggen

The 32nd edition of the Giro D’italia Donne has come to an end with the assignment of the 2021 Maglia Rosa to Anna van der Breggen
The 32nd edition of the Giro d'Italia Donne ended today in Cormòns. The winner of the Maglia Rosa 2021/ASG - ATHLETIC SPORTS GROUP is Anna van der Breggen (TEAM SD WORX) in 27h0’55”. Behind her, in the General Classification, second and third respectively, are teammates Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio at 1’43” and Demi Vollering at 3’25”. For the 2021 champion it is an undisputed poker: her victory in this edition is added to those of 2015, 2017 and 2020.

The Giro d’italia Donne concludes with the tenth and last stage: Capriva del Friuli – Cormòns

The Giro d’italia Donne concludes with the tenth and last stage: Capriva del Friuli – Cormòns
The Giro d'Italia Donne 2021 ends today, Sunday 11 July, at 12:15 with the Capriva del Friuli - Cormòns stage which is the tenth and last one of this 32nd edition, also valid for the Mountains Classifications. After the victory of Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (TEAM SD WORX) during the queen stage Feletto Umberto-Monte Matajur, today the cyclists will have to ride for 113 km in a ring route that is covered in full once and in a reduced version for the following two times.

The Queen Stage victory on the Matajur goes to Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, Anna van der Breggen still in Pink

The Queen Stage victory on the Matajur goes to Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, Anna van der Breggen still in Pink
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (TEAM SD WORX) prevails in the Queen Stage of the 2021 edition of the Giro d'Italia Donne with a time of 3h52’35”. 122 kilometers traveled starting from Feletto Umberto and arriving in Monte Matajur (Friuli-Venezia Giulia) for a total height difference of 1,124 meters which made this stage the hardest of the international race.

Ninth stage of Giro d’Italia Donne 2021: Feletto Umberto – Monte Matajur

Ninth stage of Giro d’Italia Donne 2021: Feletto Umberto – Monte Matajur
Penultimate stage of the Giro d'Italia Donne: today Saturday 10 July, after the victory of Lorena Wiebes (TEAM DSM) of the San Vendemiano-Mortegliano leg, at 12.05 pm the Feletto Umberto-Monte Matajur stage kicks off, this year's queen stage valid for the mountains classification. There are in fact three GPMs in this race: the first is of third category at km 25 in Attimis, the next one is of second category in Stregna at km 80 and finally the summit of Matajur, where is finish line, is a first category GPM.

Lorena Wiebes sprints and wins in Mortegliano, the italian Sperotto is third, van der Breggen still in Pink

Lorena Wiebes sprints and wins in Mortegliano, the italian Sperotto is third, van der Breggen still in Pink
In the final head to head, it is Lorena Wiebes who wins ahead of Emma Norsgaard, placed third is Maria Vittoria Sperotto. Wiebes repeats the success of Carugate. Tomorrow it is the day of Feletto Umberto-Monte Matajur stage, the "queen stage" with the greatest difference in altitude: 1,124 m

Eighth stage of Giro d’Italia Donne 2021: San Vendemiano-Mortegliano

Eighth stage of Giro d’Italia Donne 2021: San Vendemiano-Mortegliano
After the Lombard Soprazocco di Gavardo-Puegnago del Garda stage won by Marianne Vos (JUMBO-VISMA WOMEN TEAM) and which was the thirtieth career triumph for the Dutch athlete, today Friday 9 July the Giro d'Italia Donne starts from Veneto and arrives in Friuli-Venezia Giulia: at 12.05 pm the San Vendemiano-Mortegliano stage kicks off with its 130 km traveled between the provinces of Treviso, Pordenone and Udine.

Puegnago Del Garda is Conquered by Marianne Vos. Longo Borghini won Second Place, van der Breggen still in Pink

Puegnago Del Garda is Conquered by Marianne Vos. Longo Borghini won Second Place, van der Breggen still in Pink
Marianne Vos gets the better of the final head to head with the Italian Elisa Longo Borghini. Placed third is Anna van der Breggen who maintains the leadership of the general classification. Lucinda Brand is the new Maglia Verde. Tomorrow's stage, from San Vendemiano to Mortegliano, is the only one that crosses two regions starting from Veneto and arriving in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, on a flat route of 129.4 km

Seventh stage of Giro d’Italia Donne 2021: Soprazocco di Gavardo – Puegnago del Garda

Seventh stage of Giro d’Italia Donne 2021: Soprazocco di Gavardo – Puegnago del Garda
After the Colico-Colico stage won by Emma Norsgaard (MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN), today, Thursday 8 July, at 12.15 pm the Soprazocco di Gavardo - Puegnago del Garda stage starts, the seventh of the Giro d'Italia Donne that concludes the competition in Lombardy and which includes 110 km in the province of Brescia, starting at an altitude of 272 m on the morainic hills west of Lake Garda and continuing in the direction of Benaco.

Emma Cecilie Jørgensen wins the longest stage. Van Der Breggen still leader in Pink

Emma Cecilie Jørgensen wins the longest stage. Van Der Breggen still leader in Pink
Emma Cecilie Jørgensen strikes everyone at the finish line in Colico. Coryn Rivera and Marianne Vos are placed second and third respectively. Van der Breggen is the leader in Maglia Rosa, while Marianne Vos is new Maglia Ciclamino. Tomorrow is the day for another demanding stage, the last one in Lombardy, on an uneven route of 109.6 km from Soprazzocco di Gavardo to Puegnago del Garda, in a loop to be repeated five times with a total of five GMPs

Sixth stage of Giro d’Italia Donne 2021: Colico – Colico

Sixth stage of Giro d’Italia Donne 2021: Colico – Colico
After the Milan - Carugate stage won by Lorena Wiebes (DSM TEAM), today Wednesday 7 July one of the most spectacular stages of the Giro is held: at 11.05 am the Colico – Colico route, a 155 km ring, starts which runs along the entire Lake Como, between water and mountains in the provinces of Como and Lecco.