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Mayuko Hagiwara (JPN) Blog

Wiggle Honda “ready, excited and confident” for the Giro d’Italia Femminile

Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Wiggle Honda “ready, excited and confident” for the Giro d’Italia Femminile

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling is sending eight of its strongest riders to the Giro d’Italia Femminile – the Giro Rosa – with the expectation of a strong showing in the ten-day race. The Giro, which begins with a short prologue in the city centre of the Slovenian capital Ljubljana, will feature stages across all different types of terrain, with the race finally finishing at the summit of San Domenico di Varzo in the north east of Italy. The black and orange team will be led by two-time race winner Mara Abbott, along with Tour of...

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Hagiwara and D’hoore retain Japanese and Belgian Road Race Championship Titles

Posted by on Jun 28, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Hagiwara and D’hoore retain Japanese and Belgian Road Race Championship Titles

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Mayuko Hagiwara and Jolien D’hoore have both successfully defended their titles in the Japanese and Belgian National Road Race Championships respectively. Both riders went into the races as favourites and, as the only ones representing the black and orange jersey, found themselves heavily marked. Both riders managed to overcome this pressure, however, and both took their victories in sprints from reduced pelotons. “It’s a very very special and happy feeling because this course was not so hilly and in the end...

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Anna Sanchis completes the double with Spanish Road Race Championship

Posted by on Jun 27, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Anna Sanchis completes the double with Spanish Road Race Championship

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Anna Sanchis completed the double at the Spanish National Championships, adding victory in the Road Race to that taken in yesterday’s time trial. The 27-year-old from Valencia confirmed her return to the top of the sport, following last year’s virus-hit season, with an emphatic sprint on the uphill finishing straight in Cáceras, in the east of Spain, close to the border with Portugal. 2013 Champion Ane Santesteban (Inpa Giusfredi) finished second, ahead of Alicia Gonzalez (Asturiana), one second behind...

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Anna Sanchis reclaims Spanish National Time Trial Championship

Posted by on Jun 26, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Anna Sanchis reclaims Spanish National Time Trial Championship

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Anna Sanchis reclaimed the Spanish National that she held in 2012 and 2013 with a dominant display over the hilly course in Cáceres, in the west of the country, close the the border with Portugal. The 27-year-old from Valencia completed the 26km in a time of 36 minutes, 21 seconds, in an average speed of 42.916kph, to beat Sheyla Gutierrez (Lointek) by 59 seconds. Defending champion Leire Olaberria (Fullgas) was third, another 21 seconds back. “I feel really good. I felt good in the Emakumeen Bira, and then at...

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Audrey Cordon-Ragot wins the French National Time Trial Championships

Posted by on Jun 25, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Audrey Cordon-Ragot wins the French National Time Trial Championships

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Audrey Cordon-Ragot has won the French National Time Trial Championships, in Chantonnay, in the Vendée region of France. The 25-year-old, who had taken the silver medal in the last three successive years, completed the 24.7km course in a time of 34 minutes, 59 seconds, at an average speed of 42.352kph. Aude Biannic (Poitou-Charentes Futuroscope) finished second, 23 seconds behind Cordon-Ragot, with road World Champion Pauline Ferrand Prevot taking the bronze medal another 11 seconds back. “Finally I did it! It...

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D’hoore finishes second in Aviva Women’s Tour as Cordon-Ragot denied at the last

Posted by on Jun 21, 2015 in News | 0 comments

D’hoore finishes second in Aviva Women’s Tour as Cordon-Ragot denied at the last

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Jolien D’hoore finished the Aviva Women’s Tour in second place overall, with Elisa Longo Borghini the most aggressive rider of the five-day race, at the end of the fifth and final stage between Marlow, Buckinghamshire and Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. For a second day in succession a black and orange rider was denied a stage victory in the final metres, as French puncheur Audrey Cordon-Ragot was caught with around 300 metres to go after escaping in the final 20km. Belgian Champion D’hoore was narrowly...

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Combative Longo Borghini denied victory by 200 metres in Women’s Tour stage four

Posted by on Jun 20, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Combative Longo Borghini denied victory by 200 metres in Women’s Tour stage four

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Elisa Longo Borghini was awarded a well-deserved Combativity Prize at the end of the fourth stage of the 2015 Aviva Women’s Tour, between Waltham Cross and Stevenage, in Hertfordshire. The 23-year-old Italian Tour of Flanders winner escaped with just over 30km to go, along with Sabrina Stultiens (Liv-Plantur) and almost managed to hold off the chasing peloton to the finish. German Champion Lisa Brennauer (Velocio-SRAM) won the 103km stage, ahead of Swedish Champion Emma Johansson (Orica-AIS) and Finnish Champion...

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Crash for Bronzini disrupts Aviva Women’s Tour stage four for Wiggle Honda

Posted by on Jun 19, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Crash for Bronzini disrupts Aviva Women’s Tour stage four for Wiggle Honda

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s riders are looking forward to the fourth stage of the Aviva Women’s Tour, after poor luck prevented a good result on stage three between the towns of Oundle and Kettering, in Northamptonshire. Former two-time road World Champion Giorgia Bronzini crashed with around 25km to go and, while the Italian was able to rejoin the peloton, she was unable to realise her full potential on a finish that would normally have suited her. Belgian Champion Jolien D’hoore was the best-placed rider from the black and orange team...

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Jolien D’hoore wins Aviva Women’s Tour stage two with a powerful uphill sprint

Posted by on Jun 18, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Jolien D’hoore wins Aviva Women’s Tour stage two with a powerful uphill sprint

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Jolien D’hoore won the second stage of the 2015 Aviva Women’s Tour, between Braintree and Clacton, on the Essex coast, with a powerful uphill sprint. The Belgian Champion launched herself around the final corner, with more than 250 metres to go, with the intention of leading out her teammate Giorgia Bronzini; as the Italian lost contact in the melee behind D’hoore, the Belgian held on to take the victory herself. German Champion and race leader Lisa Brennauer (Velocio-SRAM) took second place, just under a...

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Jolien D’hoore finishes fifth in chaotic finale of Women’s Tour stage one

Posted by on Jun 17, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Jolien D’hoore finishes fifth in chaotic finale of Women’s Tour stage one

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Belgian Champion Jolien D’hoore finished in fifth place in the opening stage of the 2015 Aviva Women’s Tour, between Bury St Edmonds and Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast, as stage winner Lizzie Armitstead (Boels-Dolmans) crashed shortly after crossing the line. German Champion Lisa Brennauer (Velocio-SRAM) took second place, ahead of Swedish Champion Emma Johansson (Orica-AIS) and Simona Frapporti (Alé-Cipollini), after hard work from the peloton had chased down a breakaway group of four riders. Unfortunately,...

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