The Dutch runner won the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, heat two of the Women’s World Tour, on Saturday, January 28, 2023, in Australia.
It’s an almost perfect start to the FDJ-Suez season. Yet Grace Brown already wins Australian time trial championon le round down(3H stage and general), 1repeats A step up from the Women’s World Tour, the Vienna-born and based formation once again shone in Australia on the occasion of Cadel Evans. This time thanks to Loes Adegeest.
The Dutch runner, a rookie in his latest off-season, won on Saturday, January 28, in the 140.8km race finish. She was the strongest in a two-man race against Australian Amanda Spratt (Trek Segafredo) to take 2H Women’s World Tour and solidifying the team’s first place in the FDJ-Suez World Ranking.
The 26-year-old competitor, from Wageningen, delivered the best victory of her career, having won 3H Stage of the Women’s International Cycling Tour in Ardèche last year.
1. L. Adegeest (FDJ-Suez) covered 140.8 km in 3h52’47’; 2. a. Spratt (Trek-Segafredo) Mountain; 3. N. Buijsman (Human Powered Health) à 4”…21. G. Brown (FDJ-Suez) MT.. 26. V. Guilman (FDJ-Suez) à 1’46”.. 32 Duvall (FDJ-Suez) à 2’21” … 60. C. Copponi (FDJ-Suez) à 12’29” … 63. G. Verhulst (FDJ-Suez) mt