Lucia Jounier took 4th place in the sprint, the Great Eco-Struct Price in Belgium. Typhaine Laurance ranked 12th .
“The Grand Prix Eco-Struct had two cobbled sections, and we had eleven laps to race. A real Belgian fair, with a lot of bends, and a series of small and large roads. A group of breakaways formed. They were more than a minute ahead, and the DSM rolled behind and so the gap was reduced. He then climbed back up, and the junction was made at the start of the last lap. The finish is judged by the sprint. We, the Arkéa Pro Cycling Team, raced together, and in the end the girls did a top job in my favour. I really want to thank them. Amandine took me from two kilometres from the line to the one kilometre sign, then Typhaine took over. (NDAPRC: Typhaine ranks 12 thof this race). DSM had two sprinters and they are also well supported, they are first and second. And I am classified 4th.”