With 75 kilometres to go the group was reeled back in again by the chasing peloton. The bunch wasn’t too happy with the attacks and neutralised them right away. The pace in the group was so high that it would prove impossible to attack. Lorena Wiebes had a puncture with 45 kilometres to go but swiftly returned to the pack.
When the race entered the Moeren, the bunch sped up but the lack of wind made it impossible to form echelons. The peloton was split up by a crash which saw half of the riders either down or held up. Wiebes avoided the crash and had Charlotte Kool and Leah Kirchmann in the group for support. Kirchmann did a fantastic job neutralising the attacks, setting up a bunch of sprints for Wiebes. Unfortunately, Kool had a small crash in the final kilometres, ruling her out from leading out the sprint. Wiebes had to surf the wheels and ended up sprinting to second place.