Edition 10 of Gent-Wevelgem for women will be held on Sunday 28 March. The route typically amounts to almost 150 kilometres and takes in a number of unpaved roads and five or six short and sharp Flemish hills, such as the Kemmelberg/Monteberg combo. The finale is played out on the flat, though. (Slideshow route/profile)
Jolien D’Hoore is title holder. Last year, the homerider outgunned Lotte Kopecky and Lisa Brennauer on the line.
Former winners of Gent-Wevelgem for women are Kirsten Wild (2019, 2013)), Marta Bastianelli (2018), Lotta Lepistö (2017), Chantal Blaak (2016), Floortje Mackaij (2015) and Lauren Hall (2014), while Elizabeth Armitstead (now Deignan) pocketed the inaugural edition in 2012.
Gent – Wevelgem for women 2020: profiles, more
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